Immaculata University Announces the Appointment of Bridget Haines-Frank as New Assistant Dean of Students

Milmont Park, PA, resident and Immaculata University alumna, Bridget Haines-Frank, has returned to her alma mater in the newly created position of assistant dean of students. In this position, Ms. Haines-Frank will support the dean of students, serve as the chief conduct officer, and oversee various activities related to the Student Development and Engagement Office.
Most recently, Ms. Haines-Frank was the assistant dean of students at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. In that capacity she provided leadership regarding residential life, health services, and counseling services. During her career in higher education, she has served as assistant dean of students for Student Development and First Year Programs at Philadelphia University and assistant dean of Student Life at Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA. To keep current in her field, Ms. Haines-Frank retains memberships in several professional organizations including the American College Personnel Association, ACPA Standing Committee on Women. She also volunteers her time and talents to several non-profit organizations including Turning Point of the Lehigh Valley, Inc. and Habitat for Humanity, and is an active member and volunteer at her local parish – St. Rose of Lima.
With a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Immaculata University, Ms. Haines-Frank continued her education earning a Master of Education in Counseling Psychology from Temple University in 1998. She is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Education from Widener University. Given her vast expertise, she has written about and presented at numerous workshops and conferences on topics dealing with student development. In addition, she has served on the conference planning committee and co-chaired the 2002, 2008, and 2009 Delaware Valley Student Affairs Conferences.
"I am very excited to begin my work as assistant dean of students. My goal is to utilize my previous experience in the Student Affairs field to serve my Alma Mater which had such a strong impact on my own academic and personal development," commented Ms. Haines-Frank on her new appointment to Immaculata University.
Ms. Haines-Frank lives with her husband and daughter in Milmont Park, PA in Delaware County.
Immaculata University, a Catholic coeducational institution, is located 20 miles west of Philadelphia, south of the intersection of routes 30 and 352, between Paoli and Exton.

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12/09/09

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