Monthly Archives: September 2012
Immaculata University’s College of Graduate Studies will host an open house on Wednesday, October 17, in the Great Hall on the University’s campus. A buffet dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m., and an information session will begin at 6
Immaculata University is now offering four of its accelerated degree-completion programs in Center City Philadelphia: Emergency Planning and Management, Health Care Management, Information Technology in Business, and Organizational Management. These programs are available in partnership with the Pennsylvania Institute of
Immaculata University has been named one of the fastest growing campuses in the U.S. for the decade (2000-2010) by the trade publication The Chronicle of Higher Education. Based in Washington, D.C., The Chronicle of Higher Education is the number one
On Tuesday, September 11, Immaculata University dedicated its newest building in honor of Lillian P. Lettiere, mother of an alumna and Immaculata Board Member, Barbara Lettiere. Barbara Lettiere donated $1 million for the building to be named after her mother.
Christine Baeza, director of Immaculata University’s Fashion Merchandising program, will speak about the business of fashion on Tuesday, September 18, at Hotel Palomar during The Philadelphia Collection’s third annual Fashion Week. Baeza will be on a panel of fashion experts
Immaculata University announces that Sister Judith Parsons, IHM, Ph.D., has been appointed as assistant dean of the College of Undergraduate Studies. Sister Judith will also continue in her role as assistant professor of Philosophy. Her new duties as assistant dean
Immaculata University’s College of Undergraduate Studies will host an open house on Saturday, September 29, in Villa Maria Hall’s Rotunda on the University’s campus. The open house is designed for high school juniors and seniors and students interested in transferring.
Immaculata University’s Eugene Halus Jr., Ph.D., will hold his annual Constitution Day presentation on Tuesday, September 18, at 1 p.m., in the Gabriele Library. His topic is What Direction Goes the Constitution? Chief Justice John Roberts and the Affordable Care