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Undergraduate Profile: Abby Anderson

Abby Anderson

Looking back with admiration and surprise at how much she has grown as a person, Abby is the perfect example of making the best of the college experience.

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Adult Professional Studies Profile: Nathaniel DiDonato

Nathaniel DiDonato

Even though DiDonato is uncertain where his career will take him, he knows that having a degree in EPM and cybersecurity is going to help him, and ultimately, he’ll be helping us—the calm, complacent public.

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Graduate Profile: André McLaurin

André McLaurin

Erdenheim Elementary School principal André McLaurin is earning his Ed.D. in educational leadership from Immaculata and is thrilled that his family, who has gone on this educational journey with him, can see the fruits of his labor.

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Immaculata University to Hold 95th Commencement

Immaculata University will hold its 95th commencement ceremonies on Friday, May 17 and two on Sunday, May 19.

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Petrona Laporte: Adult Undergraduate Commencement Profile

Petrona Laporte

Petrona Laporte: I Kept Showing Up When Petrona Laporte’s daughter was just entering her freshman year of high school and her son was preparing to graduate, her daughter asked her a simple question: Mom, what college did you graduate from? As a single mom raising two children and working full-time, Laporte, who had attended college…

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Jesse Main: Graduate Commencement Profile

Jesse Main

“Once I realized that all of human behavior, and the way we experience the world, happens in the brain, I was hooked!” says Jesse Main, Psy.D., of Lancaster, Pa. Early in his time in Immaculata University’s doctoral program in clinical psychology, Main, who will participate in commencement exercises this Friday, took a class in biological…

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Jacki D’Amico: Undergraduate Commencement Profile

Jacki

To Jacki D’Amico there is nothing more precious than to see the world from a child’s point of view. “They are so carefree and see the world as an exciting place to learn and play,” states D’Amico who will be graduating with a degree in Elementary and Special Education from Immaculata University. Since she was…

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