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Although she decided to study clinical psychology because she enjoys working with people, Eilenberger’s dream is to open a private practice that would allow people and animals to interact with one another.
Currently serving as the third base coach for the Miami Marlins, Fredi tells us why he’s shifting gears in order to pursue his undergraduate degree – as well as what inspired him about Immaculata University.
AJ Castaldi ’21 did not want to get out of the car on his first visit to IU. Nor did he want to go to IU’s Enactus club meeting. But he ended up attending the Enactus World Cup as a member of the student advisory committee.
When Stephen Brandt, now in IU’s K-12 educational leadership Ed.D. program, became principal at Roxborough High, it was on the state’s list of “persistently dangerous” schools. But Brandt and his team began to change the culture of the school.
The Women’s Soccer team captain shares her thoughts on being a strong leader in this quick Q&A.
Carrie Quigley, ’19
Elementary and Special Education
Grounded in IHM tradition and charism since 1920.
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