Remembering Sister Jane Anne Molinaro
May29

Remembering Sister Jane Anne Molinaro

She was a professor, yes, but so much more. “It wasn’t just the content of what she taught, it was how she taught it,” said Sister Carol Anne Couchara, IHM, Ed.D. It’s impossible to describe Sister Jane Anne without using the words compassion, gentle, faithful, love. These are the things her students remember about her from her 35 years of teaching at Immaculata, not to mention her time teaching in elementary and secondary schools....

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Kareemah Parker Receives “Outstanding Dietetic Student Award”
May12

Kareemah Parker Receives “Outstanding Dietetic Student Award”

Immaculata University student Kareemah Parker ’15 of Philadelphia, PA (19121), was awarded the 2015 Pennsylvania Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics “Outstanding Dietetics Student Award for the Didactic Program” category. Parker is a Dietetics major and president of the Immaculata Student Dietetic Association. As an active member of the Immaculata campus community, Parker serves as a Student Ambassador and vice president of Kappa...

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IU Student Awarded “Philly’s Future” Scholarship
May05

IU Student Awarded “Philly’s Future” Scholarship

Immaculata University student Anne Marie DeCarolis ’17 of Nottingham, PA, was awarded the “Philly’s Future” Scholarship from the Philly Ad Club, a trade association of advertising, media, creative, marketing, and public relations professionals in the Greater Philadelphia area. DeCarolis, a marketing management and business management dual major, was one of seven students in the Philadelphia area selected for the scholarship in...

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Student Receives Family and Consumer Science Scholarship
Apr27

Student Receives Family and Consumer Science Scholarship

Immaculata University student Nicole Caromano ’16 of Collegeville, PA, was selected for the Pennsylvania Family and Consumer Science (PAFCS) 2015 Undergraduate Scholarship. Caromano is a Family and Consumer Science major with a minor in Entrepreneurship. She is also co-president of the Immaculata Family Consumer Science Club. Upon formally receiving notification of the Scholarship from the PAFCS, representatives stated that, Caromano...

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James Mooney: 50 Years and Still Going Strong
Apr24

James Mooney: 50 Years and Still Going Strong

In the fall of 1965, when Sonny and Cher topped the airwaves, moviegoers flocked to watch The Sound of Music, and the Dune Chronicles captivated America, Jim Mooney arrived on the campus of Immaculata College. Fifty years later, Mooney is still going strong, teaching a full class load, and serving as chair of the English/Communication Department and as advisor to Pilgrimages, the campus literary publication. “People at Immaculata are...

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Food Fads: Facts and Fallacies
Apr24

Food Fads: Facts and Fallacies

Perhaps you’ve seen the headlines and book titles lately. From Doctor Oz to LeBron James, everyone’s talking about the health benefits of the grain-free, high-protein paleo diet. “The theory is that since agriculture came into being, we’re no longer perfectly adapted physiologically to the way that people have been eating,” said Laura Frank, Ph.D., R.D., L.D.N., to summarize the premise of the diet. “We should be eating as if we were...

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