Immaculata News

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Immaculata University Students Recognized as Heroes During EMS Week

Two Immaculata students serve their communities as emergency medical technicians (EMTs) and are making a difference when people need help the most. We recognize these students during the 50th anniversary of National EMT Day.


IU 2024 Graduate Profile: Maryann Johnson, M.S.

Maryann Johnson

As a member of the first graduating class of Immaculata University’s master’s in higher education, Maryann Johnson is glad she didn’t wait to enroll. Johnson found the program manageable, aided by a blend of synchronous and asynchronous classes accommodating her demanding schedule.


IU 2024 Graduate Profile: Julia Hallman, B.S.N.

Julia Hallman

Hallman’s professors supported her as she completed the accelerated second-degree B.S.N. program and prepared for a career in pediatric nursing, where she will offer holistic care to support her patients’ physical and mental health.


IU 2024 Graduate Profile: Nick Livolsi, B.S.

Nick Livolsi

Graduating senior Nick Livolsi is poised for a thriving career in business and finance. His proactive approach to earning extra college credits necessary for his CPA license during his undergraduate studies is laying the groundwork for a future with one of the world’s leading public accounting firms.


Immaculata University Student Firefighters Celebrate International Firefighter Day on the Feast of St. Florian

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Immaculata University honors International Firefighters Day by profiling a few of these dedicated public servants who are members of the Immaculata community.


From Classroom to Patrol Car: How Immaculata’s Criminology Degree Shaped Alumna’s Journey to Policing

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Jasmine Hess loved her time at IU and appreciates how her criminology classes and a forensic science course helped her develop crucial skills for her job as a police officer.


Mighty Macs Host Inaugural Atlantic East Women’s Flag Football Championships

Flag football players with Eagles mascot Swoop.

Although football is typically associated with fall, it took center stage on a beautiful spring day when Immaculata University hosted a four-team Atlantic East Conference (AEC) tournament. The participants, which included Centenary, Immaculata, Marymount and Neumann universities, played in the first women’s varsity flag football tournament in NCAA history –at any divisional level.


From Nutrition Student to CEO: Sue Daugherty’s Inspiring Path to Advocating for Medically Tailored Meals

Sue Daugherty

Sue Daugherty, an IU nutrition alumna and Metro Philadelphia Power Woman, reflected on food as powerful medicine and the people who helped her develop her power on her way to becoming the CEO of MANNA.