Andrea Hunt, Ph.D., Joins Music Faculty
Sep25

Andrea Hunt, Ph.D., Joins Music Faculty

Media, PA, resident Andrea McGraw Hunt, Ph.D., MT-BC, has joined the faculty of Immaculata University as assistant professor of Music Therapy and coordinator of Clinical Training. Most recently, Hunt served as assistant professor in the Department of Music Education and Therapy at Temple University.  Prior to that assignment, Hunt was the assistant director for the Arts and Quality of Life Research Center, also at Temple University....

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Maryland Resident Selected for Presidential Scholarship
Sep15

Maryland Resident Selected for Presidential Scholarship

  Immaculata University is pleased to announce that incoming freshman Natalie Rose Brosh of Bel Air, MD, has been awarded a Presidential Scholarship, a full-tuition scholarship worth $30,700 per year, to attend Immaculata.  The Presidential Scholarship is awarded to a select number of students with a record of academic excellence.  Students are evaluated on the basis of GPA (students must maintain a 3.25 GPA), class rigor,...

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July 16 graduate open house
Jun30

July 16 graduate open house

Immaculata University’s College of Graduate Studies will host an open house on Wednesday, July 16 in the Great Hall of Lourdes Hall on the University’s campus. A buffet dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m., and an information session will begin at 6 p.m. The open house will provide attendees with the opportunity to meet faculty, staff, and students, and to learn about Immaculata’s graduate programs. For further information, or to make...

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IU Receives Research Award for Music Therapy
Nov07

IU Receives Research Award for Music Therapy

Anthony Meadows, Ph.D., MT-BC, associate professor of Music and director of the Music Therapy program at Immaculata University, received the Flagler Fultz Research Award from the American Music Therapy Association.  “Examining the efficacy of clinical improvisation in music therapy practice: A qualitative research synthesis” is the title for Meadows’ research.  The award, worth $20,000, is for completing the first international study...

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IU Presents “Broadway on Broad Street and a Few Doors Down” concert at the Kimmel Center

To celebrate its new status as an All-Steinway School, Immaculata University will present “Broadway on Broad Street and a Few Doors Down,” a concert of Broadway classics and other musical selections, on Saturday, October 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the Kimmel Center’s Perelman Theater. Immaculata’s renowned Steinway Artist and Professor of Music William Carr, DMA, will perform with Immaculata students, faculty and alumni, as well as...

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