Educational Leadership Forum
Immaculata University is hosting an Educational Leadership Forum on current trends in education on Thursday, April 30, in the Green Room. Reception and networking begin at 5:00 p.m. followed by lecture and presentation by renowned speaker and Immaculata alumna Lynne Dorfman, Ed.D. ’03. Cost for the event is $15 with a cash bar. Registration is at EddLectureIU.eventbrite.com or RSVP@immaculata.edu or call 484-323-3927.
With over 40 years of educational experience, Dr. Dorfman currently serves as co-director for the Pennsylvania Writing and Literature Project and is also president of the Chester County Reading Association and is president-elect of the Eta Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa. In addition to conducting workshops for school districts across Pennsylvania, Dr. Dorfman also shares her vast knowledge as an adjunct faculty member at Arcadia University.
She received her Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Beaver College (now Arcadia), a Master of Arts degree in Elementary Education from Bloomsburg University, and her Doctoral degree in Educational Leadership from Immaculata University. Dr. Dorfman is the co-author of four books on the teaching of writing. Currently she is working on a new book regarding formative assessment and writing workshop.
Given Immaculata University’s history in the field of Education, this event will honor and recognize long-time Education faculty member Sister Anne Marie Burton, IHM, Ed.D., professor emerita of Education. Immaculata offers undergraduate, masters, and doctoral degrees in Education. For more information on Education degree programs, contact 484-323-3060 (undergraduate) or 484-323-3224 (graduate programs).
Immaculata University is a Catholic, comprehensive, coeducational institution of higher education, located on the Main Line between Malvern and Exton, 20 miles west of Philadelphia.