Patty Canterino Named Vice President for Student Development and Engagement
Jun01

Patty Canterino Named Vice President for Student Development and Engagement

Immaculata University announces that Patricia Canterino ’92, ’12 M.A., of Exton, PA, has been promoted to vice president for Student Development and Engagement and Dean of Students where she will be responsible for implementing strategic direction and leadership that focuses on enhancing the student experience, and the success of effective and quality student development and engagement programs that complement and support the academic...

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Summer Spirituality Days
May30

Summer Spirituality Days

Immaculata University is pleased to announce that the 2017 Summer Spirituality Days: Spiritual Psychology with presenter Paul Coutinho, will be held Wednesday, June 21 through Friday, June 23 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. In addition, a one-day retreat with Coutinho, entitled Silence in the Soul Echoes the Symphony of the Universe, is offered on Tuesday, June 20, from 8:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The retreat will be a day of reflection that will...

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IU Hosts Four-Day Steinway Event
May17

IU Hosts Four-Day Steinway Event

As an all-Steinway school since 2013, Immaculata University is proud to present a weekend of activities that includes concerts, fundraisers, piano selection sale, and a perform-a-thon. Events begin on Thursday, June 8 and conclude on Sunday, June 11. “As an All-Steinway school, I am very honored that Immaculata University will be hosting the fundraiser for CHOP which will bring awareness to the field of music therapy in which...

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An Inspiring Life: Hayley Tuscai
May15

An Inspiring Life: Hayley Tuscai

The numbers are alarming: According to AAA, there are 328,000 crashes, 109,000 injuries, and 6,400 deaths each year from drivers who fall asleep at the wheel. Immaculata University student Hayley Tuscai is reflected in those statistics. During her senior year of high school, a time when possibilities are endless, she became one of the 109,000 people injured in a car accident. After graduating from West Chester East High School in...

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The Science of Endurance
May12

The Science of Endurance

While standing at Mile 24 during the New York City Marathon, Michele Monaco, DSc., associate professor of Exercise Science at Immaculata University, was experiencing “endurance medicine” up-close and personal. Within six months, Monaco had volunteered for four marathons–not to participate as an athlete, but to help the athletes during the marathon. Last October, a friend asked Monaco to volunteer with the finish line medical team at...

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