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Monthly Archives: September 2011

Immaculata University Builds Raised Bed Gardens for Food Banks

Students and staff from Immaculata University will join with members of the Chester County Food Bank on Saturday, September 17 to build three raised bed gardens for growing organic produce. Various student organizations will take turns harvesting the vegetables, some

Offers Crime Scene Investigation Course

Immaculata University´s Sociology/Criminology Department is offering a unique new course this fall, Crime Scene Investigation (CSI). This four-credit course includes a faculty lab that gives students the rare opportunity to investigate simulated crime scenes under direction from faculty and officers

Immaculata University Goes Hollywood for Homecoming and Family Weekend

Special events are planned for Immaculata University´s Homecoming and Family Weekend. Alumni, family and friends are invited to attend any and all events. The festivities begin on Friday, September 23, with a Paparazzi Pizza Party followed by the annual Miss

Immaculata University Receives National Science Foundation Grant

Immaculata University has received $595,880 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to support its science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) Scholars Program over the course of five years. Under the direction of Sister Susan Cronin, Ph.D., chair of the Department

Tickets Now on Sale for the World Premiere of “The Mighty Macs” Movie at the Kimmel Center

Tickets are now on sale for the Red Carpet movie premiere of "The Mighty Macs" on Friday, October 14, at the Kimmel Center. The film, based on a true story, depicts the 1972 national championship basketball season of the Mighty

Immaculata University Hosts Constitution Day Presentation on September 15

Immaculata University will host "Justice Louis Brandeis: The Constitutional Challenges of Financial Collapse in 1929 and 2008," a Constitution Day presentation by Dr. Eugene Halus, Jr., associate professor of politics. The presentation will be on Thursday, September 15 at 1