Kelley Taptich of Freehold, NJ, joins the Admissions staff of Immaculata University as executive director of Non-traditional Admissions. In this capacity, Taptich will oversee the admissions process for adult students seeking to earn undergraduate or graduate degrees.
The Immaculata University sponsored project, Duffy's Cut: Immigration, Industrialization, and Illness in Nineteenth Century America, is among more than 200 humanities projects receiving grants totaling $36.6 million from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Immaculata University Professor of History William Watson, Ph.D., will serve as the project director.
Immaculata University has been named a College of Distinction along with a Catholic College of Distinction. Criteria for inclusion consists of four standards: engagement, teaching, community, and outcomes that use a mix of quantitative and qualitative data.
Immaculata University announces "On-the-Road" Information Seminars offered on Saturday, October 24, at two regional locations: Lehigh Valley and Central New Jersey. The Information Seminars will introduce attendees to Immaculata including: the history, campus life, academics for both undergraduate and graduate programs, the admissions process, financial aid options, and a Q and A panel with current students, faculty and alumni. The application fee will be waived for all attendees.
Immaculata University proudly presents its annual Edith Stein Lecture Series on Wednesday, October 7, at 7:00 p.m., in the Great Hall. This year's theme is The Beauty of Faith: Christian Art at the Service of the New Evangelization with guest speaker Jem Sullivan, Ph.D.
Immaculata University is hosting its own Festival of Families for students, faculty, and alumni on Saturday, September 26, from 1:00 to 9:00 p.m. on the campus of Immaculata. In addition, the Papal Mass on Sunday, September 27, will be streamed live on campus beginning at 3:30 p.m. in Loyola Hall.