January Professional and Personal Workshops

Immaculata University will offer on-campus undergraduate workshops for personal and professional development during the month of January. STEIN AND PHENOMENOLOGY (Section I). This class is the first in a series of classes which offers an introduction to phenomenology through the life and writings of Edith Stein. In this class, students will become acquainted with Edith Stein and the study of phenomenology through her autobiographical...

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Immaculata Days Scheduled for January 29

The College of Undergraduate Studies at Immaculata University is holding an "Immaculata Day," an open house for men and women who will enter in fall 2005. The Open House takes place on Saturday, January 29. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. in Alumnae Hall on the University´s campus. Prospective men and women will have the opportunity to meet with Immaculata faculty and administration, speak with Immaculata students...

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Irish Courses for the Spring 2005 Semester

The Irish Studies program at Immaculata University continues its course offerings for the Spring 2005 semester. All courses may be taken for enrichment or for college credit. Irish Literature. This class will examine selected works in classical and contemporary Irish literature. Sister Marie Hubert Kealy, IHM, will lead this class on Mondays and Thursdays, January 13 to April 28, from 11:35 a.m. to 12:50 p.m. The cost is $960 for this...

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Register Now for Spring 2005

Immaculata University´s undergraduate and graduate programs are currently registering students for the spring semester. Classes begin January 12, for graduate and evening classes and January 13, for day classes. The undergraduate day and evening programs, housed in the College of Undergraduate Studies and the College of LifeLong Learning, offer over forty areas of concentration for the bachelor´s degree, in addition to a...

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New Artists Participate in 22nd Annual Immaculata Art Show

The 22nd Annual Immaculata University Art Show boasts 36 new artists who bring a wide array of media techniques to the show. Among the new artists are: Jupi T. Das, originally from India (currently living in Harrisburg) works in Papercutting. She adds her unique vision to the world of Scherenschnitte by melding elements of its tradition with glimpses of that far off land where she was raised. Jupi belongs to both the Guild of American...

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