Faculty Lecture Series

Recognizing the depth of expertise among the faculty, Immaculata University offered a Faculty Lecture Series on Monday, February 11, from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m. in the Green Room.  Faculty presenters included Jed Yalof, Pys.D., professor of Psychology, and Stephanie Theodorou, Ph.D., professor of Philosophy. Dr. Yalof began the lecture with a presentation entitled “A New Rorschach Approach to Analyzing the Superego.” The presentation...

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Feb. 21 transfer information session

Immaculata University hosted an information session for transfer students on Thursday, February 21, in the Lillian Lettiere Center. Students were invited to visit any time between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. and to bring their official transcripts for a preliminary evaluation of their credits. This session provided an overview of academics, the transfer admission process, transferring credits, financial aid and scholarships. The session also...

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Eileen Raffaele joins Business & Accounting Department
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Eileen Raffaele joins Business & Accounting Department

Eileen Raffaele, CPA, has joined Immaculata University as an instructor in the Business and Accounting Department. She is currently teaching a variety of basic and advanced accounting classes. A resident of Exton, Pa., Raffaele has a strong work history ranging from business to education. She was the vice president, controller at Wawa, Inc. for 17 years, serving as the chief accounting officer of the privately owned $4 billion...

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Peggy Schooling Joins Education Faculty

Immaculata University announces that Willow Street, PA resident Peggy Schooling, Ed.D., is a new assistant professor in Education. Previously she served as director of Professional Development for Learning Sciences International in York, PA, before moving to director of Teaching, Learning, and Development there.  Throughout her career, she has held various educational-related positions including Federal Programs Coordinator, Early...

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Symphony Youth Concert

The Immaculata Symphony, a university-community organization, held its annual Youth Concert entitled The Composer is Dead, on Sunday, February 10, 2013, at 3 p.m. in Alumnae Hall.   Joseph Gehring conducted and Daniel Williams served as narrator. The Composer is Dead is an exciting and perplexing murder mystery.  Based on the book by Lemony Snicket and composed by Nathaniel Stookey, participants helped solve the mystery by joining the...

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