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Theresa Payton: From IU to the White House to Crusader of the Year

Theresa Payton

Recently named Cybersecurity Crusader of the Year, Theresa Major Payton ’89 shared how Immaculata reinforced everything she needed to become successful.

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Time Management Proves Key for ER Nurse Andrew Sullivan ‘19

Andrew Sullivan

Andrew Sullivan ’19 learned early on that time management was essential, and made him an ER nurse who can expertly handle five different situations at once.

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Marianne Crawford Stanley: Making History Again

Marianne Crawford Stanley '76

The Immaculata University community congratulates Marianne, and the entire Washington Mystics organization, for winning the 2019 WNBA Championship.

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Remembering Mary Scharff ’77

Mary Scharff

On Monday, January 14, Immaculata alumna Mary Scharff ’77 passed away at the age of 64. Mary played on the 1974 Mighty Macs women’s national basketball championship team and was named a Kodak All-American her senior year. Mary continued coaching at the high school and collegiate levels, including 11 years as head coach at Immaculata.

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’06 RN to BSN Alum Earns National Award for Radiation Therapy

Kathleen Solari ’06 has been selected as the 2019 recipient of the Excellence in Radiation Therapy Nursing Award presented by the Oncology Nursing Society.

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RN to BSN Alum Earns National Award

Kathleen Solari

Kathleen Solari ’06 has been selected as the 2019 recipient of the Excellence in Radiation Therapy Nursing Award presented by the Oncology Nursing Society.

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Chester County Woman Devotes Career to Catholic Education

JoAnne McAdams

In addition to her professional dedication to education, McAdams has spent decades volunteering for a variety of positions with various Catholic schools including her alma mater.

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