-- The School of Business is holding the fifth annual Sustainable Enterprises of the Future Conference Sept. 25-27 in the Sewall Center. The objective of the conference is to provide an international forum for the dissemination and exchange of scientific information in theoretical, generic and applied areas of management, economics, marketing, accounting, finance, communication, and industrial engineering. This year's conference will examine the role of sustainable enterprises in the creation of social profit.
-- Lawton Crentsil, a double major in manufacturing and biomedical engineering, has recived a $2,500 Mrytle and Earl Walker Scholarship from the Scoiety of Manufacturing Engineers Education Foundation. Crentsil is also a US Army Reservist.
-- RMU is holding its annual Fall Blood Drive in partnership with Central Blood Bank on Tuesday, Sept. 24, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the John Jay Gym. Our goal is collect 50 units and we need your help. If you would like to preregister for a specific time please call or email Jess Mann, assistant director for student civic engagement at ext. 3835 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Walk-ins are also welcome! The entire donation process should take less than one hour. Your participation will help to save lives and you will be modeling active community engagement for our students to emulate.
-- Luis Monterrubio, assistant professor of engineering, has been named to the Mexican National Council of Science and Technology. His term on the council begins in January 2014 and runs through 2016.
-- Ireland: A collection of three years of photography abroad runs through Oct. 3 in the Media Arts Gallery in the Wheatley Center. Regular gallery hours are Monday through Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The show is free and open to the public. In May 2011, 2012 and 2013 Christine Holtz, Robert Morris University professor of media arts, accompanied photography students to Galway, Dublin, and Sneem. While there, the students were challenged to develop themes for their photography and shoot with the goal of sharing their work online and in books. In preparation for this exhibition, students explored a variety of photographic genres both commercial and fine art-based. This exhibition showcases three years of student photographers from Robert Morris University’s flourishing Media Arts Photography BFA, BA and minor programs. Visitors will enjoy seeing each student’s unique approach to the media.
Friday, Sept. 20
Men's Soccer vs. Niagara (3 pm/North Athletic Complex/free admission)
First 100 fans receive a card for a free single cheeseburger courtesy of Wendy's
Saturday, Sept. 21
Women's Soccer vs. RMU Alumni (noon/North Athletic Complex/free admission)
WELLNESS TIP -- If you're under 40, hold your stretches for 30 seconds. If you're over 40, hold them for 60 seconds. As you reach your 40s, your muscles become less pliable, so they need to be stretched longer.
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