A monthly selection of media coverage of Robert Morris University during the previous month.
The Pittsburgh Business Times profiled John Clark and the focus on ethics the School of Business is bringing to its MBA program:
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Pittsburgh City Paper tapped Clark, director of the RMU Sport Management Program, for a story about the Steelers' image problem:
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette called on the expertise of Peggy Outon, director of the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management, for this story about the YMCA's plan to open a hot dog shop:
Peggy was profiled by the Pittsburgh Business Times for its "Investing It" column:
The Bayer Center's work also was the subject of an article in the Daily American newspaper in Somerset County:
The Post-Gazette featured RMU's work with Moon's Allard Elementary School to help the school put on a play:
Paul Spradley's work at RMU and with YouthWorks was praised during an interview with the latter's executive director on KDKA-TV's "Sunday Business Page":
RMU's plans to sell its downtown Pittsburgh building were detailed in the Post-Gazette, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and on WTAE-TV:
The Trib called on the expertise of Jeffery Guiler for an article about the retirement of union chief Andy Stern:
The Trib interviewed Provost David Jamison for this article about faculty tenure:
And the Trib tapped Ralph Reiland, also a columnist for the paper, for an article about living wage proposals:
RMU was included in this round-up story in the Business Times about the job market for graduating seniors:
The Post-Gazette interviewed David Brooks, who came to RMU for the Pittsburgh Speakers Series:
The Post-Gazette and the Trib wrote about RMU's plans to build a new residence hall:
As usual, our athletics programs generated plenty of media coverage for RMU, though this time with a bit of an asterick, as you might guess. Click here for the April sports clips.