University Communications

Monthly Archives: September 2005

IU Welcomes Lansdale Resident as Sports Information Director

Bob Macartney, of Lansdale, PA, has been named Immaculata University´s sports information director and assistant director of athletics. Starting his career at Cabrini College as media relations coordinator, Bob moved into the role of sports information coordinator at Cabrini in

Immaculata Continues its Offerings of Irish Studies Courses

The Irish Studies program at Immaculata University features a new course for fall 2005, namely, "John B. Keane: Kerry Playwright." The popular Kerryman, who died in 2002, will be represented by three of his best known works in a one-credit

Immaculata University Presents Amethyst Night “Oktoberfest”

The Immaculata University Alumnae/i Association is sponsoring a community event Amethyst Night Oktoberfest on Saturday, October 1, from 6:00 to 11:00 p.m. in the Great Hall on the campus of Immaculata. The event includes a live and silent auction, cocktail

Dr. Jean Shingle of Coatesville Appointed to Full-Time Faculty at IU

Coatesville resident Jean M. Shingle, Ph.D., has joined the faculty of Immaculata University as an assistant professor of Biology. From 1997 to recently, Dr. Shingle was an adjunct faculty member in the Biology and Chemistry departments at Immaculata University. She

Exton Resident to Teach Nursing at Immaculata University

Exton resident Jane Hsiao-Chen Tang, Ph.D., has joined the faculty of Immaculata University as assistant professor in Nursing. She will be teaching in the ACCEL® program. Since 1996, Dr. Tang has served as research assistant (1996-2001), teaching assistant (1997-2000), and