Iu Offers New Major in Political Science and International Relations

A new major in Political Science and International Relations will be added to the pool of offerings at Immaculata University beginning with the Fall 2005 semester. In an ever-increasing global environment, graduates with skills gleaned by this degree will be invaluable. The Immaculata major is distinctive because it leans more heavily toward practice. Professionals who are currently making a mark in their careers in political science...

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IU Announces the Appointment of Jody Roberts as Assistant Coach of Men’s Soccer

Southern New Jersey resident Jody Roberts has been chosen as the men´s soccer assistant coach at Immaculata University. He is well-known in collegiate soccer circles for his ability to develop winning programs quickly. Coach Roberts carries a record of 61-44-8 at the NCAA Division I and NJCAA Division III levels and comes to Immaculata from the USL/PDL Reading Rage and Gloucester County College (NJCAA Division III) where he...

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Dr. William Carr Named a Steinway Artist

Dr. William Carr, a resident of Media, PA, and Professor of Music at Immaculata University, has been named a Steinway Artist. While 98% of piano soloists choose to perform on the Steinway piano, inclusion on the worldwide Steinway Artist Roster is reserved for those who are recognized by Steinway & Sons as being at the top of their field. "When such a musician is also a respected pedagogue, his or her students can be assured...

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IU Adds Elementary Irish I and II to its Foreign Language Offerings

The Irish language course at Immaculata will be a full semester component of the University´s language program beginning in September 2005. Part I of Elementary Irish will be offered in the fall semester and Part II in spring 2006, each will be three credits. The six credits in Irish will fulfill the University´s core requirement in a foreign language. The course may also be taken for enrichment (no credit). Elementary...

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