Monthly Archives: January 2013
Sister Annette Pelletier, IHM, has joined Immaculata University as an instructor in the Theology Department. She is currently teaching an introductory theology class and classes in theological anthropology and ecclesiology. Sister Pelletier earned her Master of Arts in religion and
Immaculata University, in conjunction with Jacobs Music, presents the inaugural “Steinway Spotlight Performance” featuring pianist Young-Ah Tak. The concert is being held on Saturday, February 2, at 7:30 p.m. in Memorial Hall. In addition, guests are also invited to Tak’s
Immaculata University will conduct a Financial Aid Workshop for prospective students, their families, and the community on Saturday, February 9, and Saturday, February 16, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. in Loyola Hall, room 127, on the University’s campus.
Ileana Ionaşcu, Ph.D., has joined Immaculata University’s Mathematics, Computing Sciences, and Physics Department as an associate professor of mathematics. She is currently teaching classes in calculus and probability and statistics. Before coming to Immaculata, Dr. Ionaşcu taught at Philadelphia University,
The Immaculata University community got its first glimpse of the newly constructed ImmacuLatté Café on Monday, January 14, when it officially opened to the campus. Located within Gabriele Library, the new café offers freshly brewed espressos, lattés, and other delicious
Immaculata University’s undergraduate and graduate programs are currently registering students for the spring semester and will continue registration until day, evening, and graduate classes begin on Thursday, January 10. The College of Undergraduate Studies offers more than 60 majors, minors,