Sister-y Mysteries
Aug16

Sister-y Mysteries

After spring classes end and summer begins, you might overhear some of the Sisters talking a lot about murders. Murder mysteries, that is. If you need any beach reading recommendations this year, two of the many IHMs who are avid detective fiction fans were kind enough to share a list of their favorites. “I know no better relaxation than curling up in my favorite chair with a hot cup of tea (and cookies!) and a good murder...

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Immaculata Advantage
May30

Immaculata Advantage

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Be Mighty in Your Career
May29

Be Mighty in Your Career

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Immaculata Announces New President
Jan31

Immaculata Announces New President

The Board of Trustees of Immaculata University announces that Barbara Lettiere ’72 has been appointed the 10th president of Immaculata. Lettiere will take office on July 1, replacing Sister R. Patricia Fadden, IHM, Ed.D., who has served as president since 2002. Lettiere becomes the first lay president of Immaculata. She brings a wealth of experience and expertise as a former vice president of finance at a small liberal arts college...

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Lucia Pasternak Receives Saint Catherine Medal
Nov17

Lucia Pasternak Receives Saint Catherine Medal

Immaculata University is pleased to announce that Fairfield, NJ, resident Lucia G. Pasternak ’17 recently received the prestigious Saint Catherine of Alexandria Medal for 2016-2017. The Medal was given during the annual College of Undergraduate Studies Honors Convocation. Kappa Gamma Pi, a national honor society for graduates of Catholic colleges, sponsors this medal. This special medal is named after Saint Catherine of Alexandria,...

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What Will 9 Billion People Eat?
Oct19

What Will 9 Billion People Eat?

On Monday, November 7, at 6:00 p.m.,  Immaculata University is offering a presentation in Loyola Hall 127 on the crucial topic of What Will 9 Billion People Eat and Where Will It Come From? with Linda Froelich, global sustainability director for FMC Corporation and member of the advisory board for Wharton’s Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership. The challenges of feeding the projected population of the world is complicated by...

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