Circles of Healing: Forming Clay, Shaping Self

The College of Graduate Studies at Immaculata University will offer a two-day workshop entitled Circles of Healing: Forming Clay, Shaping Self, on Saturday, March 5, and Sunday, March 6, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., in Loyola Hall on the university´s campus. John Matthews, M.Ed., will instruct this class. This workshop is based upon the writings and works of poet/potter M.C. Richards. Participants will pinch, coil, center, and...

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Edward Michalik Received Doctor of Psychology Degree from IU

Edward B. Michalik, Jr. of Shillington, PA, was awarded a Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology from Immaculata University on January 10, 2005. He previously received his Master of Science degree in Rehabilitation Counseling and his Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services from the University of Scranton. Dr. Michalik has served as the Berks Mental Health/Mental Retardation Program Administrator for the past six years. He...

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Immaculata Hosts Seminar on “Where’s the Justice in the Justice System”

The Department of History, Politics and International Relations is sponsoring a presentation entitled "Where´s the Justice in the Justice System?" on Wednesday, March 2, from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. in Loyola Hall. Defense Attorney Michael Malloy will be the guest speaker for the program. The highlight of the program will be the remarkable story of Ricky Jackson. Ricky was falsely accused of murder, convicted, and received a...

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Harlem Wizards Visit Immaculata

The internationally known Harlem Wizards, who have been thrilling fans around the world with their exciting brand of "show" basketball for over four decades, will be coming to Immaculata University on Wednesday, February 23, at 7:00 p.m. in Alumnae Hall Gym. The Harlem Wizards´ show is built on a foundation of fundamental basketball, serious skill, trick-hoops, acrobatic slams, and dynamic personalities that engage the...

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IU Students Attend Annual Research Symposium

Five Immaculata University students presented at the 7th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Chemical and Biological Sciences at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, on October 16, 2004. Immaculata faculty members Carl R. Pratt, Jr., PhD, professor of biology, Sister Susan J. Cronin, IHM, Ph.D., associate professor of biology, and James Murray, PhD, assistant professor of chemistry, served as judges at the Research...

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