Going Head to Head with Concussion Risks
Sep29

Going Head to Head with Concussion Risks

“I hate Friday Night Tykes,” states Michele Monaco, DSc, ATC, associate professor of Human Movement Sciences and clinical coordinator at Immaculata, referring to the popular cable TV reality show that takes  an inside look at the wild world of Texas youth football. “Go get ’em” is what the coaches tell the young players, perpetuating the idea that a concussion is just ‘getting your bell rung.’” It’s a very simple question: how many...

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Athletic Training Major Receives Accreditation
Jul10

Athletic Training Major Receives Accreditation

  Immaculata University announces that its Athletic Training major has been awarded accreditation for the program by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). In May of 2014, Immaculata graduated its first class of Athletic Training majors which precedes the accreditation process. Students enrolled in Immaculata’s Athletic Training program combine scientific inquiry, theoretical knowledge, and...

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Light the Night Fundraiser

For the 6th consecutive year, Immaculata University supported the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s annual “Light the Night Walk” fundraiser.  The walk took place on Saturday, September 28, at Oakbourne Park in Westtown, PA. Immaculata University’s Exercise Science Club organizes Team Immaculata’s fundraising efforts and recruits its members, Immaculata athletes and the campus community, to join the cause.  Over the years, Immaculata...

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