In addition to passing resolutions and posting them online, schools often receive the added bonus of being featured in local, or even national and international publications - highlighting the leadership of students and faculty working to promote this important issue on campus and take concrete steps towards addressing it through implementing a procurement policy. Below are a few examples of the types of articles written about CFCI efforts:
- UC Berkeley: Intel, "Student Activist Roxanne in pursuit of Conflict-Free Minerals"
- Brandeis University: Campus Technology, "Brandeis U Goes 'Conflict-Free' with Computer Buying"
- Duke University: HuffPo Impact, "How I Got Apple To 'Think Differently'"
- Illinois College: WLDS, "Local college student involved in human rights initiative"
- Cal Poly: San Luis Obispo Tribune, "Cal Poly adopts student's resolution on conflict minerals"
- Middleton Cross Plains Area School District: News-Sickle-Arrow, "MHS student asks board to support Conflict Free Materials resolution"
- University of Edinburgh: Reuters, "British university encourages others to curb use of conflict minerals"
- University of Glasgow: Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) "University of Glasgow tackles conflict minerals after student pressure"