Obituary: Sister Eileen F. Hughes, IHM

Sister Eileen Hughes, IHM (formerly Sister Eileen Immaculate) died at the age of 74 in Camilla Hall on Friday, February 13, 2009, after a short but serious struggle with metastasized melanoma. Prior to her illness, she had been serving as a tutor in the Math Center of Immaculata University where students quickly came to value her dynamic ability to convince them that "Math is beautiful". Sister Eileen´s education...

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Championship Mighty Macs of Immaculata University to Be Inducted Into CYO Hall of Fame

The Immaculata University championship Mighty Macs of the 1970s will be inducted in the Archdiocesan Office for Youth and Young Adults (CYO) Hall of Fame at the 16th Annual CYO Hall of Fame Banquet on Thursday, March 5, at the Drexelbrook in Drexel Hill, PA. Joining the Mighty Macs in enshrinement are: Mr. Leo Carlin, Mr. and Mrs. James and Jacqueline Delaney, and Mr. Daniel Quinn. The Hall of Fame ceremony celebrates the inductees...

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Sister R. Patricia Fadden, IHM, Ed.D., Named Businesswoman of the Year

Sister R. Patricia Fadden, IHM, Ed.D., president of Immaculata University, has been named Businesswoman of the Year by the Great Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce. Sister Patricia will be recognized at the 19th Annual Profile Awards Dinner on Monday, March 16, at the Desmond Great Valley Hotel and Conference Center. Sister Patricia, a native of Canonsburg, PA, is the ninth president of Immaculata University. She is in the second...

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Kathleen Clark is New Instructor in Nursing Department at Immaculata University

Immaculata University announces that West Chester, PA, resident Kathleen A. Clark, joins the undergraduate Nursing faculty. As a faculty member at Thomas Jefferson University: College of Health Professions for almost eight years, Kathleen has a wide range of experience in subjects that include mental health, community health, pharmacology, surgical nursing, pathology, and professional nursing. She honed her teaching skills at Delaware...

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Tara Basile, of Havertown, Joins Immaculata University As Director of Major Gifts

Immaculata University announces that Tara L. Basile, of Havertown, PA, is the new director of major gifts. Tara will report to the vice president for University Advancement. For the past four years, Tara worked for Cabrini College where she most recently held the position of director of planned giving and special projects. In that capacity, she was in charge of planned giving, athletic fundraising, annual fund, and the annual golf...

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