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–now fully online–
Immaculata University is now offering the accelerated R.N. to B.S.N.
program in a fully online delivery format, in addition to classroom delivery
on campus or at numerous off-site locations in the tri-state area.
nurses can complete their bachelor’s degree in about two years, even while
The Division of Nursing at Immaculata, accredited by the Commission
on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), is one of the largest nursing
programs in Pennsylvania. In addition to the R.N. to B.S.N. program, the
Division of Nursing offers a Master of Science in Nursing and a pre-licensure
Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
For more information about IU’s Division of Nursing and its programs,
BOB RIMKIS WINS TENTH NATIONAL
TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIP
Robert Rimkis, chair of the Health Sciences and Services
Department at IU, together with his team, recently won the
United States track and field national masters championship.
Rimkis now has won his tenth national championship in track
It all started in 1975 when Rimkis discovered running. He
developed a track and field team to raise money for Catholic
Charities, originally known as the Philadelphia Athletic
Charities. For the past 10 years, Rimkis has been a team
member of the Greater Philadelphia Track Club.
The competition is part of USA Track and Field, which
is the governing body for all running-related activities in the
United States. Rimkis competes in the masters competition
level, which is for athletes over 40 years old. Recently, Rimkis
and his team competed in the 5,000-meter race (3.1 miles)
and Rimkis ranked 14th overall in the 50-59 age category. He
finished the race in 17 minutes and 38 seconds.
Rimkis (above) #350; and far right (below)