Spring 2014 Magazine - Immaculata University - page 9

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PAMELA ABRAHAM, PSY.D.
Professor of Psychology and
Predoctoral Internship Consortium Coordinator
Presented “Electronic Communication: Ethical
and Clinical Issues Related to Intern Training” at
the Quarterly Supervisor Meeting for the Predoc-
toral Internship Consortium.
SISTER MONICA ACRI, IHM, PSY.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Presented “Caring for the Caregivers: Resiliency
and Self-Care” to Keystone Hospice volunteers
in Bryn Mawr, PA and “Focus on WAIS, MMPI
and Rorschach Data in Integrated Psychological
Report Writing” to the IU Predoctoral Internship
Consortium.
WILLIAM CARR, DMA
Professor of Music, Steinway Artist
Performed a 90-minute concert of selected classical
music on a new 9-foot New York Steinway D
Concert Grand Piano as part of the Washington
International Piano Series held at the Catholic
University of America.
BETH CHIATTI, ’07 M.S.N.
Instructor in Nursing
Presented “Connecting to Form International
Partnerships for Research, Education and Prac-
tice: The New Online Transcultural Research
Interest Group” and “Walking in the Footsteps of
Florence Nightingale: Advancing Transcultural
Nursing Knowledge through Study Abroad in
England” at the Transcultural Nursing Society
39th Annual Conference in New Mexico.
LILLIAN EYRE, PH.D.
Assistant Professor of Music Therapy
Editor of the book
Guidelines for Music Therapy
Practice: Mental Health
.
SISTER REGINA FOY, IHM
Associate Professor of Music
Presented at the Commemorative Symposium for
the 50th Anniversary of the Promulgation of the
Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy by Vatican II.
MIRIAM FRANCO, PSY.D. ’99
Professor of Sociology
Participated in a panel discussion “Developing
Brief Group Therapy Interventions for Newly
Diagnosed MS Patients via Telecommunications”
at the MS Association of America Conference in
Cherry Hill, NJ.
SISTER SHEILA GALLIGAN, IHM, S.T.D.
Professor of Theology
Presented “Relight the Fire” at SS. Simon and
Jude Church, “The Wow and the Woe of the
Psalms” at St. Aloysius Retreat House in Bryn
Mawr and “Forgiveness: Path to Peace” at the
Desmond Hotel, Great Valley, PA.
SISTER ANN HEATH, IHM, PH.D.
Vice President for Academic Affairs
Presented “Using CIC’s Key Indicators Tool
(KIT) and Financial Indicators Tool (FIT) to
Study Retention and Graduation Rates” at the
CIC Conference in Pittsburgh, PA.
SISTER MARY HENRICH, IHM
Assistant Professor of Theology
Presented “Paying Attention to What God is
Doing in our Prayer” at St. Aloysius Academy in
Bryn Mawr, PA.
CHRISTINE IANNICELLI
Assistant Professor/Reference Librarian
Presented “Stand Up and Participate: Incorporating
Active Learning and Assessment into your
Library Instruction” at the Pennsylvania Library
Association Annual Conference in Seven
Springs, PA.
SISTER MARIE HUBERT KEALY, IHM, PH.D.
Professor Emerita of English
Presented “An Appreciation of Seamus Heaney”
at the Irish Society of South Jersey and “Faith—
Continuity and Change: a History of the IHM
Sisters in Eastern Pennsylvania” at St. Theresa
Parish in Hellertown, PA.
DAVID MARTINSON, PH.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Presented a workshop on “Using Continuous Cli-
ent Feedback to Inform Psychotherapy.”
ANTHONY MEADOWS, PH.D.
Associate Professor of Music
Awarded the Flagler Fultz Research Award from
the American Music Therapy Association.
CHRISTINE MORAN, PH.D.
Associate Professor of Education
Presented “Service Learning and Social Studies”
during the pre-conference of the Pennsylvania
Council for Social Studies 60th Annual Con-
ference in Harrisburg. Moran also facilitated a
Service-Learning Mini-Conference at Wilkes
University as well as a workshop entitled “Engage
Me or Enrage Me: Teaching Today’s Learners” at
the Professional Development/Teacher In-service
Day at Villa Maria Academy.
SARAH TREMBANIS, PH.D.
Associate Professor of History
Presented “Effortlessly Perfect: Teenage Girls
in ’50s Sitcoms” at the Mid-Atlantic Popular &
American Culture Association Conference in
Atlantic City, NJ.
MARGARET VAN NAERSSEN, PH.D.
Coordinator of the Cultural and
Linguistic Diversity program
Presented at the International Association of
Forensic Linguistics conference at the University
of Santa Catarina in Florianopolis, Brazil on “The
Linguistic Functions of ‘Knowingly’ and ‘Intel-
ligently’ in Police Cautions.”
JED YALOF, PSY.D.
Professor of Psychology
Received the Young Members Award from the
Psychoanalytical Center of Philadelphia and par-
ticipated in a panel presentation “Psychodynamic
Graduate Training in Psychology: Crises, Chal-
lenges, and Opportunities” at the Austen Riggs
Center in Massachusetts.
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