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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Enactus Team wins Regional Championship
Mar26

Enactus Team wins Regional Championship

  Immaculata University’s Enactus team emerged as the League Champion at the Enactus Regional Championship held in Baltimore recently.  They are invited to the National Championship held in Kansas City, MO in mid-May. The Immaculata Enactus team demonstrated the meaning of entrepreneurship in action through its outstanding work organizing three projects: contributing to Campbell’s “Let’s Can Hunger” projects,...

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Eileen Raffaele joins Business & Accounting Department
Jan29

Eileen Raffaele joins Business & Accounting Department

Eileen Raffaele, CPA, has joined Immaculata University as an instructor in the Business and Accounting Department. She is currently teaching a variety of basic and advanced accounting classes. A resident of Exton, Pa., Raffaele has a strong work history ranging from business to education. She was the vice president, controller at Wawa, Inc. for 17 years, serving as the chief accounting officer of the privately owned $4 billion...

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Presentation: Protecting Your Identity on the Internet

            Immaculata University’s Business and Accounting Department and Student Activities and Leadership are sponsoring an important presentation on “Protecting Your Identity on the Internet: Are you naked online?”   The special guest speaker is Theresa Major Payton ’89, an Immaculata alumna and author of a new book of the same title.  The presentation is held on Tuesday, October 23, at 7 p.m. in Loyola Hall 127 and is free and...

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