An overall body workout made possible by the ICenter at Robert Morris University in Chicago, IL! Brought to you by Ashley, Bryan, and Brett. Enjoy! This was created as part of the ICP 358 Project - Health Message Delivery. GREAT WORKOUT!
Students in an ICenter Project (ICP 358, Health Message Delivery) created a new Blog to help deal with stress. You can follow this student-created blog here:
Students held a bake sale in the Student Center at the Chicago Campus on June 28 to raise money for their project. Every penny made was used to fund research for Childhood Leukemia!
Students, faculty and staff participated in the Making RooM 5K to raise money for Feeding Illinois. At RMU we have a tradition of access and community outreach. With this value in mind, the University has developed a program called Making RooM that asks faculty, staff, and students to "make room" in their days, their minds, their hearts, and their budgets for people outside of our academic community who need our support.
At RMU we have a tradition of access and community outreach. With this value in mind, the University has developed a program called Making RooM that asks faculty, staff, and students to "make room" in their days, their minds, their hearts, and their budgets for people outside of our academic community who need our support.
Students in the Making RooM ICenter project held an event at the Chicago Campus on Tuesday, February 8, 2011 to sell the Making RooM t-shirts, sign up volunteers to work at the local food banks, and promote the Making RooM project.
RMU President Michael Viollt got a Making RooM t-shirt at the event, here with ICenter students Maria Ramirez and Andrew Lucko
Video Streaming of Athletic Events - ICP 350, Intermediate ICenter Project
Students live streaming at the Edge Ice Arena in Bensenville, IL as part of their ICenter Project with their Professor, Rob Kosin.
Students in the Marketing Videos ICenter Project work with Vice President of Brand and Image, Chris Fisher, to create storyboards for their videos with their Professor, Mary Russell.
Students in the graduate level ICenter Project are working on a Hardware Replacement Strategy for the United Way of Chicago.
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