Sister Ann Heath, IHM, brings extensive experience and a long career in serving the higher education community both in faculty and administrative roles. At Immaculata University, she has served as mathematics and computer science faculty and chair, dean of the College of Graduate Studies, vice president for academic affairs, and currently serves as director of the doctoral program in higher education, a role where she can combine her passion for collegiate education, student success, and mentorship of the next generation of academic leaders.
Her interests span a broad array of topics ranging from mathematics and technology to art and travel along with her primary commitment to effective teaching and learning. She currently serves on the executive board and the editorial board of the American Association of University Administrators, as the MSCHE accreditation liaison officer for the university, and remains actively engaged with the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
She received her Ph.D. in mathematics from Bryn Mawr College in the area of analytic number theory, completed the MLE Summer Institute for Higher Education Leadership at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and studied coursework in enrollment management at Capella University.