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September 2023

Alumna Combines Psychology and Business to Help College Students

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Catherine Knoll ’22 graduated from Immaculata and accepted a dream job as director of outreach for a nonprofit organization that builds campus-wide networks that support college students. Her Immaculata education opened doors and molded her into the responsible leader she is today.

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Immaculata and Thomas Jefferson Universities Offer Path to Master’s Degree in Emergency and Disaster Management

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Immaculata University President Barbara Lettiere ’72 signed a partnership agreement with Thomas Jefferson University providing a pathway for Emergency Planning and Management majors to have guaranteed enrollment into TJU’s master’s in Emergency & Disaster Management.

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The Evolution—and Importance—of Athletic Training Programs

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Immaculata University professor Kelly Stalker, Ed.D., LAT, ATC, discusses the evolving field of athletic training and how high-profile injuries to professional athletes put athletic trainers in the spotlight.

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Immaculata’s Emergency Planning and Management Students Gain Experience Managing Disasters

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Immaculata University Emergency Planning and Management (EPM) majors Adam Bockius ’24 and Daniel Schmid ’25 gained hands-on experience by participating in a four-day extensive training program, NY Hope 2023, during their Immaculata Disaster Response Field Experience course.

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