Carolyn Wiesner Joins Nursing Faculty
Nov12

Carolyn Wiesner Joins Nursing Faculty

Immaculata University announces that Carolyn Wiesner of Thornton PA, has joined the faculty in the Division of Nursing where she will instruct students in the undergraduate pre-licensure Nursing program. Beginning her academic career at Delaware County Community College as adjunct clinical faculty and then as interim nursing program coordinator, Wiesner also served as an adjunct Nursing faculty member for Immaculata for over two...

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IU Welcomes Cristina Tansey to Nursing Faculty
Oct29

IU Welcomes Cristina Tansey to Nursing Faculty

Immaculata University announces that Cristina Tansey ’11, MSN, RNC, of Newtown Square, PA, has joined the faculty in the Division of Nursing where she will instruct students in the undergraduate pre-licensure Nursing program. Most recently serving as Nursing Lab faculty for Immaculata, Tansey was also the assistant director of the Nursing Clinical Simulation Lab since August 2014. She started her nursing career as a staff nurse at The...

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IBC Nurses for Tomorrow
Oct26

IBC Nurses for Tomorrow

Immaculata University Division of Nursing is pleased to announce that two Nursing students pursuing a Master of Science in Nursing, Lisa Polk of Hatfield, PA and Peaches Procaccio of Springfield (Delaware County), PA, were the recipients of the 2014-2015 Independence Blue Cross Nurses for Tomorrow Graduate scholarship. Nurses for Tomorrow specifically focuses on the goal of retention of students throughout their years of study,...

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New Chair of the Division of Nursing
Sep16

New Chair of the Division of Nursing

Immaculata University announces that Patricia A. Knecht of Downingtown, PA, has joined the Division of Nursing as chairperson. In this capacity, she will oversee the RN to BSN, pre-licensure, and MSN nursing programs that Immaculata offers and will supervise over a dozen full-time faculty members. “I am excited to join the Immaculata team. Immaculata’s core values echo key elements essential to the profession of nursing. This synergy,...

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New Ed.D. Program in Higher Education with Nursing Education Concentration
Feb23

New Ed.D. Program in Higher Education with Nursing Education Concentration

Immaculata University will begin offering a new doctoral program in Nursing Education within its Higher Education Ed.D. program beginning in Fall 2015. Applications are now being accepted. The Nursing Education concentration equips registered nurses (RNs) to become highly qualified faculty who also have the skills and experience to lead departments, colleges and schools of nursing and to teach the next generation of nurses effectively...

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