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Maryann Johnson

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

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.


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.


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.


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.


Immaculata Community Members Teach English to Students in Peru

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Several Immaculata University students continued the tradition of traveling to Lima, Peru with the IHM Sisters to teach English to the school children at Villa Maria Academy in Miraflores and San Pablo School in Manchay, both of which are neighborhoods in the capital city of Peru.


Immaculata University Makes Switching to a Nursing Career Fast and Easy

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Immaculata University’s accelerated, second-degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) is helping people switch to nursing careers.


Immaculata Adds Family Nurse Practitioner to M.S.N. Offerings

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The 44-credit M.S.N. program is designed for bachelor’s-prepared registered nurses seeking to become a certified registered nurse practitioner.


Students Who Transfer into Immaculata’s Fashion Program Thrive

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Students who transfer into Immaculata’s Fashion Merchandising Program thrive. Meet a current student who transferred during her freshman year and a recent alumna who is working in the fashion industry upon earning her degree.