Monthly Archives: December 2012
Immaculata University is hosting two information sessions in January, one on Monday, January 21 from 9 to 11 a.m. for first-time undergraduate students, and one on Thursday, January 24 for transfer students. Transfer students are invited to come any time
Immaculata University is hosting an information session for transfer students on Thursday, December 20 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Lillian Lettiere Center. This event will provide an overview of the transfer admission process, academics, financial aid and scholarships,
The Teagle Foundation has awarded the Southeastern Pennsylvania Consortium for Higher Education (SEPCHE) $150,000 over two years for its collaborative initiative “Building Faculty Capacity for 21st Century Teaching” expanding faculty usage of twenty-first century approaches to teaching and faculty work.
Kelly Orlando, Ph.D., has joined Immaculata University as an assistant professor in the Biology Department. She is currently teaching classes on microbiology, human anatomy and physiology and genetics. A resident of Secane, PA, Dr. Orlando received her doctorate in pharmacology
Immaculata University is hosting a credit evaluation event on Thursday, January 3 for undergraduate students who are interested in transferring to the University. This event will allow prospective students to take a campus tour, learn about academics, the admission process,
Immaculata University’s (IU) Mighty Macs-sponsored powerboat won its second consecutive Offshore Powerboat Association (OPA) Class 5 World Championship when the world championship races were held in Jupiter, FL, October 19-21. IU’s team, racing under the name “The Mighty Macs,” consists
Immaculata University’s College of Undergraduate Studies will host an admission information session on Wednesday, December 12 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in Villa Maria Hall. The event will include an overview of academics, campus life, athletics, financial aid and the
Immaculata University announces that Lancaster, PA resident Christine Iannicelli has joined the Gabriele Library faculty as an assistant professor and reference librarian. In this position, she will teach information literacy instruction and support students in their research efforts, which include
Sister Elizabeth Monica Acri, IHM, Psy.D., has joined Immaculata University’s Graduate Psychology Department as an assistant professor. Originally from the Harrisburg area, she is currently preparing classes on psychopathology and ethical and professional issues in psychology for the spring semester.