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RMU in the News

Sunday, June 1, 2014

A monthly selection of media coverage of Robert Morris University during the previous month.

May 2014

The latest results of the Robert Morris University Polling Institute Powered by Trib Total Media are in and getting plenty of media attention for the university:

In non-poll related RMU news, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette published op-eds by health care economist Steve Foreman and President Dell'Omo on Ukraine and higher education funding, respectively:

The Post-Gazette called on Foreman as an expert for a story about the region's highest revenue healthcare organizations:

Economist Brian O'Roark was a guest DJ on WYEP, playing some of the best songs about economics over the past 50 years, also the topic of an article in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review:

The Pittsburgh Business Times wrote about RMU's expanding online degree programs:

The timing couldn't have been better for a group of RMU students attending a cybersecurity conference in Washington D.C. -- they visited the Chinese embassy the same day the U.S. announced corporate espanioge charges against five Chinese officials:

The Post-Gazette tapped historian John McCarthy for an article about the impact of Tom Brokaw's book The Greatest Generation:

Joe Angelelli, director of the Health Services Administration program, testified about the UPMC-Highmark dispute:

The Post-Gazette profiled Athlettics Director Craig Coleman:

Hyla Willis also made her way into the pages of the Post-Gazette as Artist of the Year for the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts:

The Post-Gazette published an article about a project by the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management to create a show documenting the lives of women in nonprofits:



NFL Draft: Legacy of Robert Morris' Only Draft Pick Survives Almost 20 Years After His Untimely Death (5/11/14):

Colonials OT Tries To Impress Detroit (5/21/14):

Men's Basketball

Ex-Robert Morris Star Jones Chasing Hoops Dream (5/22/14):

Minnie, Recruits Shore Up Frontcourt (5/29/14): 

Robert Morris Happy With Newest Recruits (5/27/14):


Yough, Connellsville Grads Make Big Impact for RMU Softball (5/31/14):