Stacy Linkins Joins Faculty of English/Communication Department at Immaculata
Immaculata University named Coatesville, PA, resident Stacy Linkins as instructor in communication. While employed at West Chester University as a full-time faculty member, she taught Public Speaking and Small Group Communication. At Villanova University, Ms. Linkins was an instructor in Business and Professional Communication, Public Speaking, and served as an advisor for the Communication Department. Throughout her career, she has taught communication related courses as an adjunct faculty member for Villanova University, Delaware County Community College, Lafayette College, and Montgomery County Community College. She also conducted seminars on resume writing and interviewing.
Ms. Linkins received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English at Bloomsburg University and earned her Master of Arts in Communication Studies at Bloomsburg University. She is a member of the National Communication Association since 1994. Her duties at Immaculata University include acting as Internship Coordinator, advising, and teaching. Ms. Linkins initiated steps for the development of the Immaculata chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, a national communication honor society.
"It is so ironic to call what we do "teaching," when the students give us new insights each day. Immaculata students are innovative and excited, and it will be a privilege to watch them grow and develop in a major which provides so many career choices," comments Ms. Linkins.
Immaculata University, a Catholic, coeducational institution, is located 20 miles west of Philadelphia, south of the intersection of route 30 and 352, between Paoli and Exton.
z:word: release: Stacy Linkins Named Instructor in Communication #46 (10.5.05)