College of LifeLong Learning at Immaculata University Holds Information Session on April 14

The College of LifeLong Learning at Immaculata University (IU) will hold an information session on Thursday, April 14, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in the Faculty Center Lounge on the university´s campus. Working adults may come and learn about IU´s adult undergraduate education programs, offered in a traditional semester format or accelerated degree completion formats. Accelerated programs include a choice between online...

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Immaculata University Hosts 9th Annual Chester County Dance Festival

The ninth annual Chester County Dance Festival will be held in Immaculata University´s Alumnae Hall on April 16 at 7 p.m. The festival celebrates dancers´ talent and the diversity of dance styles in Chester County. The festival will feature 19 dance groups from local professional and pre-professional companies, as well as area private and public schools. The groups will perform in a variety of dance styles including...

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Immaculata University’s Sister Kathleen Doutt, IHM, Receives PA Music Educators Association Award

The Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) has presented a District XII Citation of Excellence Award to Sister Kathleen Doutt, IHM, Professor of Music at Immaculata University. The award recognizes recipients for providing high-quality, exemplary music education. Once every four years, each of the 12 Pennsylvania district presidents, together with the district curriculum/instruction chairs, selects one PMEA member from each...

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Immaculata University to Receive Grant to Fund Preventative Education on Dating Abuse and Violence through the I2U Peer Education Program

Immaculata, PA (March 21, 2011) – Immaculata University has received a $5,715 grant from the beauty and fashion boutique mark., as part of its m.powerment by mark. Healthy Relationship Peer Educator Program, which is managed by the Avon Foundation for Women through its Speak Out Against Domestic Violence initiative. The grant will fund the I2U Peer Education program at Immaculata University to promote healthy dating relationships...

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IU Music Therapy Students Visit Jamaica for Service Learning Project

Immaculata assistant professor in Music Therapy, Dr. Lillian Eyre, will lead a group of graduate students from Immaculata University´s Music Therapy Program to participate in the Jamaica Field Service Project from May 26 to June 5, 2011. Rachel Sacksteder of Dayton, OH, Andrew Ghrayeb of Downingtown, PA, and Rose Kern of Scottsbluff, NE, will be volunteering to work in area care centers in Jamaica, sharing their love of music...

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