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Monthly Archives: July 2009

Immaculata University Graduate Student Receives Doctoral Degree in Psychology

Virginia Kelbish recently completed her doctoral degree in School Psychology from Immaculata University. Kelbish currently resides in Lower Heidelberg Township and is a school psychologist in the Antietam School District in Berks County. In addition, she works as a therapist

The College of Graduate Studies at Immaculata University Holds Open House In July

The College of Graduate Studies of Immaculata University will hold an open house on Wednesday, July 15, in the Great Hall on the University´s campus, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The open house will provide attendees with the opportunity to

Immaculata University Announces A New Four-Year BSN Program

Immaculata University now offers a four-year undergraduate pre-licensure Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The program was recently approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the Pennsylvania State Board of Nursing. With the second highest number of nursing graduates in

Havertown Resident and Recent Immaculata University Graduate Receives Honor From National Organization

Melissa Hopely of Havertown, PA, recently received honorable mention from the Jed Foundation´s Annual Mental Health Awards. She plans to attend the awards ceremony held in June in New York City. Melissa recently graduated from Immaculata University with a BA

Immaculata University Honors Outstanding Students At Commencement Ceremony

At Immaculata University´s recent commencement ceremony, awards were given to the following students for excellence in academic performance: Laura M. Butensky of Branchdale, PA – The John Reilly Medal for Accounting Jennifer Ann Norris of Hockessin, DE – The Maurice

Immaculata University Announces July Workshops

INTERVIEWING SKILLS. In this course students become familiar with types of interview questions, theories of persuasion, and nonverbal communication. As they prepare for and participate in mock interviews and public speaking exercises, students will arrive at an actual interview with

Summer Biology Camp Held At Immaculata University

A summer biology camp for middle school students will be held in July at Immaculata University. The focus of the program will be on human body systems, allowing the students to discover how each system interacts to form a living

Sister Elaine Marie Glanz, IHM, Receives the Annual Lindback Teaching Award from Immaculata University

Sister Elaine Marie Glanz, IHM, Ph.D., was presented with the 2008-2009 Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award during the University´s commencement ceremony in May. This award is given annually to a faculty member who possesses excellence in teaching. Sister Elaine is a