IU Student Accepted into Summer Medical Program
Mar30

IU Student Accepted into Summer Medical Program

Immaculata University freshman Andrew Zakhary of Malvern, PA has been accepted into the Summer Medical and Dental Program sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Rutgers University. Zakhary graduated from Great Valley High School and is majoring in Allied Health. “I am very excited for Andrew and his acceptance into the Robert Wood Johnson summer medical program,” stated Bob Rimkis, D.H.Sc., chair of the Department of...

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New Ed.D. Program in Higher Education with Nursing Education Concentration
Feb23

New Ed.D. Program in Higher Education with Nursing Education Concentration

Immaculata University will begin offering a new doctoral program in Nursing Education within its Higher Education Ed.D. program beginning in Fall 2015. Applications are now being accepted. The Nursing Education concentration equips registered nurses (RNs) to become highly qualified faculty who also have the skills and experience to lead departments, colleges and schools of nursing and to teach the next generation of nurses effectively...

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IU Welcomes Dr. Kristy Brumfield to Psychology Faculty
Feb06

IU Welcomes Dr. Kristy Brumfield to Psychology Faculty

Immaculata University announces that Kristy Alaine Brumfield, Ph.D., recently of New Orleans, LA and now residing in Philadelphia, PA, has joined the Psychology faculty as associate professor. Dr. Brumfield will be teaching in the Clinical Mental Health counseling program. Most recently, Dr. Brumfield served as associate professor at Xavier University of Louisiana in the Division of Education and Counseling. Prior to that, she served...

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IU Faculty Co-authored & Edited Irish-American Encyclopedia
Feb06

IU Faculty Co-authored & Edited Irish-American Encyclopedia

Two Immaculata University faculty members, Eugene J. Halus, Jr., Ph.D., associate professor of Politics, and William E. Watson, Ph.D., professor of History, co-authored and edited the recently published encyclopedia titled Irish Americans: The History and Culture of a People. In addition, several other Immaculata faculty members contributed to the encyclopedia including Sister Marie Hubert Kealy, IHM, Ph.D., faculty emerita of...

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IU Receives Nurses for Tomorrow Scholarship Grant
Nov06

IU Receives Nurses for Tomorrow Scholarship Grant

  Immaculata University has been awarded $45,220 from the Independence Blue Cross  Foundation (Foundation) for the Nurses for Tomorrow Undergraduate/Graduate Scholarship Program.  The Nurses for Tomorrow is one of the Foundation’s many programs that leads solutions for a healthier community.  The program recognizes the integral role of nurses in the health care system and supports nursing education to help increase the number of...

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Christopher Shoemaker Appointed Director of Extended Learning
Nov05

Christopher Shoemaker Appointed Director of Extended Learning

  Immaculata University announces that Chris Shoemaker has joined the University’s College of LifeLong Learning as the director of Extended Learning.  In this capacity, Shoemaker is tasked with helping Immaculata partner with various organizations and educational institutions to broaden its academic offerings. He will work specifically to increase outreach efforts and improve the overall footprint of the University. Beginning his...

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