University Communications

Monthly Archives: November 2008

Immaculata University Hosts Research Project on Student Brain Development

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Consortium for Higher Education (SEPCHE), of which Immaculata University is a charter member, has received funding from the Teagle Foundation for a two-year research project to form a Collegium of faculty who will explore and test how

Immaculata University Holds Registration for Spring Semester

Immaculata University´s undergraduate and graduate programs are currently registering students for the spring semester. Day, evening and graduate classes begin January 12, 2009. The undergraduate day and evening programs offer over 60 majors, minors, certificate, and pre-professional programs that allow

Immaculata University Offers Information Session for High School and Transfer Students

The College of Undergraduate Studies of Immaculata University is offering two Admission Information Sessions on Saturday, November 22, and Saturday, December 13, beginning at 9:00 a.m. The Information Sessions are held in Loyola Hall on the University´s campus. High school

Immaculata University Presents Sports Friendship Day

On Sunday, November 16, students in the Immaculata University´s Exercise Science program present, with the office of Mission and Ministry, the first annual Sports Friendship Day. Immaculata University´s Sports Friendship Day aims to promote unity and companionship among all participants

Stephen L. Martin, Ph.D., Appointed Assistant Professor of Theology at Immaculata University

Immaculata University announces that Perkasie, PA, resident Stephen L. Martin, Ph.D., has been appointed Assistant Professor of Theology. Previous to accepting the position at Immaculata, Dr. Martin taught at Seton Hall University as an assistant professor in the Department of

Obituary: Sister Marian Bernard Monahan, IHM

Sister Marian Bernard Monahan, IHM, 82, associate professor of biology at Immaculata University, died on Sunday, October 26, of a stroke. Sister was born in Centralia, PA. Sister Marian Monahan, a member of the faculty at Immaculata University since 1972,