From Challenges to Joy: Jane Tang, chair of Immaculata’s Division of Nursing
Feb06

From Challenges to Joy: Jane Tang, chair of Immaculata’s Division of Nursing

Jane Tang, Ph.D., R.N., never shies away from a challenge. As the division of nursing chair, she oversees the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs, which constitute 21 percent of Immaculata University’s total enrollment. This job as a full-time administrator is heavy with responsibility and includes what some might consider speedbumps, but Tang is loving the ride. “We have lots of challenges, but I see those challenges as...

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From NCLEX Nightmares to Living the Dream at 22
Dec21

From NCLEX Nightmares to Living the Dream at 22

Ally Carmody ’17 B.S.N., R.N. It was the most important 90 minutes of Ally Carmody’s life thus far. Four years of hard work, perseverance and dedication was about to pay off…or at least all the indicators pointed in a positive direction. As a nursing student in the pre-licensure program at Immaculata University, Carmody took full advantage of the resources that the nursing faculty provided to help prepare for the National Council...

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Nursing Students Attain High Pass Rate for NCLEX
Nov27

Nursing Students Attain High Pass Rate for NCLEX

Immaculata University is extremely proud to announce that 96.67% of its pre-licensure nursing students pass the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN) on their first try. This astonishing statistic rates high in the state of Pennsylvania, which averages 91.10% and well above the national average of 86.94%. “I am so proud of our students, faculty, and the nursing program,” states Division of Nursing Chair Jane Tang, Ph.D,...

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Alice Yang Ho Joins Nursing Faculty
Nov20

Alice Yang Ho Joins Nursing Faculty

Immaculata University is proud to announce that Alice Yang Ho of Wilmington, DE, has joined the faculty of the Division of Nursing. She will serve as an associate faculty member and clinical coordinator. Starting her nursing career as a pediatric nurse practitioner for Chinatown Pediatric Services in Philadelphia where she developed standard operating procedures for the nursing office, Alice then spent eight years as the program...

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Lynn Krieger Receives Presidential Scholarship
Sep08

Lynn Krieger Receives Presidential Scholarship

Immaculata University is pleased to announce that incoming freshman Lynn Krieger has been selected for the Presidential Scholarship. Krieger resides in York, PA, and graduated from Red Lion Area Senior High School. The Presidential Scholarship is awarded to a select number of students with a record of academic excellence. Students are evaluated on the bases of GPA (students must maintain a 3.25 GPA), class rigor, standardized test...

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