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Monthly Archives: September 2006

FEMALE BASKETBALL PLAYERS NEEDED!

Heery Casting is having open tryouts for leading roles as female basketball players in the feature film, "Our Lady of Victory." “Our Lady of Victory” is inspired by the true story of Immaculata’s 1972 national championship team. The story was

IU Announces Erin Ebersole as New Director of Institutional Research

Wyomissing, PA, resident Erin R. Ebersole is joining the staff of Immaculata University as Director of Institutional Research. The focus of this position is to collaborate with faculty, staff, and students to utilize data and enhance the assessment process. As

Chester County Resident Mary Ann Weselyk Named Featured Artist for the 24th Annual Immaculata Art Show

Immaculata University announces that Mary Ann Weselyk, of Unionville, PA, will be the featured artist for the 24th Annual Immaculata University Art Show. Weselyk, a full-time artist, has been an invited artist to the Immaculata show since 1999. The Art

Immaculata University Appoints Linda S. Crawshaw Assistant Professor in the Graduate Nutrition Department

The College of Graduate Studies of Immaculata University announces the appointment of Denver, PA, resident Linda Crawshaw, Ph.D., as assistant professor for the Nutrition Education Department. Before coming to Immaculata, Dr. Crawshaw was an adjunct faculty member and assistant/associate professor

Chester County Resident to Teach in the Foreign Language Department of IU

Immaculata University announces the appointment of Alvaro I. Tarrago, of Malvern, PA, as an instructor in the Foreign Language Department. Mr. Tarrago has extensive knowledge of several languages including Spanish, French, German, Italian, Catalan, and Portuguese. As an adjunct instructor

Immaculata Schedules Theology Courses for the Fall

Immaculata University, in conjunction with the Philadelphia Archdiocesan Office of Religious Education, announces a religion certificate program designed for diocesan teachers, catechists, and liturgists. In addition to its regular three-credit theology offerings, Immaculata is providing one-credit academic courses that may