Joyful, Joyful
Feb05

Joyful, Joyful

Sue Graves ’03 M.A. got a text one night from her boss at Melmark, an organization that serves people with intellectual disabilities. The Joybells have been invited to perform when the Pope is here…we’re in! Graves texted back, You’re joking, right? She wasn’t. The Joybells, a handbell choir made up of some of Melmark’s adult members with disabilities, had been chosen out of thousands of applicants to be one of the performing groups...

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Presidents Day undergraduate information session
Jan29

Presidents Day undergraduate information session

Immaculata University is hosting an undergraduate admissions information session on Presidents Day, Monday, February 15. This event, held in the Green Room of Villa Maria Hall, will provide an overview of the admissions process, academics, financial aid and scholarships, as well as time for questions and answers. Registration and a continental breakfast will begin at 8:45 a.m. The program will start at 9 a.m. and conclude at 11...

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Admissions info session on Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Jan05

Admissions info session on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Immaculata University will host an undergraduate admissions information session on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, January 18 in the Green Room of Villa Maria Hall on the University’s campus. An admissions counselor will give an overview of academics, campus life, athletics, the admission process, and financial aid. The session will provide time for questions and answers and a student-guided tour. This event is designed for high...

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Annual report 2014-2015
Dec21

Annual report 2014-2015

We invite you to celebrate the good things that have happened at Immaculata during the 2014-2015 academic year—meaningful research, a celebration of Villa Maria Hall’s 100 years, scholarships, student volunteer projects, awards, and improvements to the campus. These good things are possible because of people like you, Immaculata’s alumni and friends. Your supportive efforts—through your gifts, time, and prayers—are making positive...

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Putting Twitter to the test
Dec15

Putting Twitter to the test

Heads are bent over screens, thumbs tapping out messages. It might look like a class lost to digital distraction, but if Sean Flannery, Ph.D., is in the room, those students are hard at work. “I use Twitter in almost all of my classes now, especially the film-based courses,” said Flannery, associate professor in the English/Communication Department. “There was some resistance initially from students who were wary about an ‘authority...

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