Scholarship for Business Student: Anne Marie DeCarolis
Nov14

Scholarship for Business Student: Anne Marie DeCarolis

The Immaculata University Business Department Advisory Board has selected Anne Marie DeCarolis of Nottingham, PA, for its inaugural scholarship.  DeCarolis is majoring in Business Management.  The scholarship, worth $1,825 in support of her educational expenses for the spring 2014 semester, is awarded to an incoming freshman Business and Accounting major with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. With Business as her major, DeCarolis emphasizes...

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Scholarship for Business Student: Michael Sturdivant
Nov14

Scholarship for Business Student: Michael Sturdivant

The Immaculata University Business Department Advisory Board has selected Michael L. Sturdivant, Jr., of Philadelphia, PA (19111) for its inaugural scholarship.  Sturdivant is majoring in Business Management.  The scholarship, worth $1,825 in support of his educational expenses for the spring 2014 semester, is awarded to an incoming freshman Business and Accounting major with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. As a business major, Sturdivant...

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Joe Slavick
Aug15

Joe Slavick

Printer Friendly JOE SLAVICK, a 2009 graduate of Immaculata with a B.S. in Marketing Management and a minor in Graphic Design, went on to pursue his master’s of design in design innovation (M.Des Design Innovation) at the prestigious Glasgow School of Art, Scotland, and he has distinguished himself as a member of the winning team in a competition sponsored by the Audi Design Foundation. Sustain Our Nation put the challenge to young...

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Kerri McDonald
Aug15

Kerri McDonald

  Printer Friendly This is the Bethlehem native’s second year with the team, but she has been dancing her whole life. “My mom got me involved in dance when I was 4,” she said, “and I ended up falling in love with it when I was little. It was something I was good at, and it’s a form of stress relief for me.” Though McDonald noted that auditioning for the Sixers was anything but stress-free. “The anxiety from auditions is...

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Theresa Major Payton
Aug15

Theresa Major Payton

In 2006, the White House extended an invitation to Payton to serve as the first woman Chief Information Officer at the White House. Her duties included setting the business and technology information management strategy and direction as part of the Office Administration for the Executive Office of the President. She managed the technology that supports the 3,000 staff members that support the Executive Office of the President both at...

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Courtnie Williams
Aug15

Courtnie Williams

[icon name="icon-print"] Printer Friendly Even athletes who claim they’re not superstitious have lucky numbers. So why should singers and musicians be any different? For Courtnie Williams ‘09, that fateful digit would be #113514, the number on the tag she wore for her “American Idol” audition in Philadelphia. Earlier this year, Williams—who earned a degree in music/vocal performance from Immaculata—made it into the top 42 at the...

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