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Monthly Archives: August 2010

Immaculata University Presents An Evening of Welsh and Celtic Tales

On Thursday, September 23, at 7:30 p.m., Immaculata University begins the fall program in Irish Studies by featuring relationships among stories from several Celtic sources. Beth Phillips Brown, poet, storyteller and fluent Welsh speaker, will offer an exploration of the

Immaculata University Welcomes Father Christopher B. Rogers as Chaplain

Reverend Christopher B. Rogers has been assigned to Immaculata University as Chaplain and Director of Campus Ministry. He will be a member of the Mission and Ministry staff. His duties at Immaculata will include celebrating daily Mass and the Sacraments

Immaculata University Gives Back: Student service project kicks off Fall semester

On Saturday, August 28, the largest number of incoming students from Immaculata University will be helping the Philadelphia community by volunteering their time and talents by sprucing up two parks and a Church. To build upon the 2010 theme of

Immaculata University Announces A Short Course on Teaching English Pronunciation to Non-English Speakers

As part of Immaculata University´s College of Graduate Studies Special Topic series, the Cultural and Linguistic Diversity Department is offering a one-credit course called Teaching Second Language Pronunciation: From Theory to Practice." The two-day course is held Friday, September 24,

Immaculata University Announces September Workshops

ADOLESCENT ADDICTION. This exploration of adolescents struggling with addictions from a biopsychological perspective uses adolescent development and challenges faced by individuals, families, and court systems to study treatment models that facilitate recovery. Theresa Agostinelli leads this workshop on Friday, September

Immaculata University Celebrates 35 Years of Golf Tradition

Since 1976, Immaculata University has hosted the Immaculata Invitational at some of the most prestigious golf courses in the region. To celebrate the 35th anniversary, the 2010 Immaculata Invitational will be held on Monday, September 27, at Stonewall Country Club

Immaculata University Professor Discovers Mass Grave: Cholera or Murder?

William Watson, Ph.D., project leader and professor of history at Immaculata University, along with his team, will unearth three additional human remains from the mass grave site located in Malvern, PA, known as Duffy´s Cut. The excavated site has been

Immaculata University Cohosts Symposium for Teachers Who Teach English As A Second Language

Immaculata University is partnering with the Chester County Intermediate Unit to provide a five-day English Language Learner´s Symposium for K-12 teachers and administrators from Pennsylvania. The symposium concludes Thursday, August 5. As Pennsylvania continues to attract residents, businesses, and other