New archaeology minor

Immaculata University’s History, Political Science, and International Studies Department is offering a new minor in American and industrial archaeology. According to William Watson, Ph.D., chair of the department and professor of history, the minor will train students in archaeological technique and help them understand the historical context of artifacts and remains. “Philadelphia was a major center of the American Industrial...

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PA Principal of the Year Awarded to IU Grad

Wyomissing, PA, resident and Immaculata University alumna Dina Wert, Ed.D., was named  Pennsylvania’s National Distinguished Principal.  Dr. Wert earned a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership and Administration from Immaculata in 2005.  She has been the principal of West Bradford Elementary School in the Downingtown Area School District since 2011. The National Distinguished Principal award, established in 1984, honors...

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CLL Student Receives Scholarship

Immaculata University’s College of LifeLong Learning student, Kristin Merk of Philadelphia, PA (19116), received an academic scholarship from the West Chester/Chester County Branch of the American Association of University Women. As a Health Care Management major in Immaculata’s online program, Merk was awarded a $1,000 scholarship to be applied toward tuition expenses for the 2013-2014 academic year. Currently, Merk is a human...

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Athletics Hall of Fame induction

Showcasing its rich history of sports excellence, Immaculata University will host its second Athletics Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Saturday, October 19, in the Great Hall on the University’s campus beginning at 5:30 p.m. Among the inductees are Molly Lackman ’94 and Letitia Huntzman Santarelli ’86, two of Immaculata’s outstanding athletes; Thomas J. Ford, Ed.D., and Sister Marian William Hoben, IHM, Ph.D., former members of...

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Sean Flannery wins Lindback Award
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Sean Flannery wins Lindback Award

Sean Flannery, Ph.D., was presented with the 2012-2013 Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award during Immaculata University’s recent commencement ceremony. This award is given annually to a faculty member who demonstrates excellence in teaching. Flannery is an assistant professor in the English/Communication Department where he has taught since 2007. Sister Ann Heath, IHM, Ph.D., vice president for Academic Affairs, praised Flannery’s...

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