Spring 2014 Magazine - Immaculata University - page 6

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I MMA C U L ATA MA G A Z I N E * S P R I N G 2 0 1 4
During the 2013-2014 academic year,
Immaculata University added five new members
to its Board of Trustees. These new members will
each serve a three-year term.
In addition to the new members, Immaculata
University has elected Barbara Lettiere ’72, as the
first lay chair of the Immaculata Board. Lettiere
has been a trustee since August 2010, serving on
the Finance and Property and Investment com-
mittees, which she has chaired since fall 2011. An
active and supportive alumna, she believes in and
is committed to Immaculata. When making the
announcement to campus, Sister R. Patricia Fad-
den, IHM, Ed.D., commented, “We thank Bar-
bara for her willingness to serve in this important
position and congratulate her on her election.”
New Board Members:
1. Mary Crowley McDonald ’66, Ed.D.
CEO of MCD Partners, an educational firm she founded in 2012;
a radio talk show host on a local Memphis station
2. Sister John Evelyn DiTrolio, IHM
Serving a second term on the leadership team for the IHM Congregation
3. Sister Maureen Lawrence McDermott, IHM
Principal of Bishop Shanahan High School in Downingtown, PA
4. Susan McCrary
Assistant Administrator for St. Ignatius Nursing and Rehab Center in Philadelphia
5. Theresa Major Payton ’89
CEO and chief advisor for Fortalice, LLC, providing expertise to government and
private sector organizations in the area of risk, security, compliance, fraud, and quality
Board of Trustees’ Update
STUDENT HOUSING
Emerges
UNDER
THE DOME
CHAIR
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The first spade went into the ground for the
new West Campus Housing in late 2013. Now
with a scheduled opening for mid-August 2014,
construction is well underway. Assisting with
the design and construction of the building
are Kinsley Construction Company; Crabtree,
Rohrbaugh & Associates, project architects; and
Chester Valley Engineers.
The first phase of this new housing project
will include two, of what will ultimately be 10,
three-story buildings each containing multiple
apartment-style units built on a wooded area
near the athletic fields on the west side of cam-
pus. Each fully-furnished suite will feature four
or five private bedrooms (single occupancy), a
complete kitchen including dishwasher, an open
dining and living area with a wall-mounted flat-
screen television, compartmentalized bathrooms
and a shared laundry area. Immaculata’s West
Campus Housing Village is located behind the
University’s tennis courts and parking lot “B”.
Selected by a lottery, upperclassmen will
have the option of residing in the new apartments.
“Students have shown an overwhelming
interest [in West Campus Housing] so far with
excitement over the amenities offered,” stated
Rhonda Fioresi, director of Residence Life and
Housing.
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