Nursing Students Receive Scholarships from IBC
Jun07

Nursing Students Receive Scholarships from IBC

Immaculata University Division of Nursing is pleased to announce that 21 undergraduate and two graduate Nursing students have received scholarships from the Independence Blue Cross Nurses for Tomorrow scholarship program. Nurses for Tomorrow specifically focuses on the goal of retention of students throughout their years of study. Its focus helps challenge the applicant to look beyond their capacity as nurses toward the role of nurse...

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Dr. Sandra Leh Joins Nursing Faculty
Jun07

Dr. Sandra Leh Joins Nursing Faculty

  Immaculata University announces that Pottstown, PA, resident Sandra Leh, Ph.D., RN, CNS, CNE, has joined the faculty of the Division of Nursing associate professor of Nursing. She will work with Pre-licensure, RN to BSN, MSN, and Doctoral students. “I am delighted and privileged to be joining the nursing team at IU,” stated Leh on her new position at Immaculata University. Prior to coming to Immaculata University, Leh held the...

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Sandra Lockhart Nolan Joins Nursing Faculty
May02

Sandra Lockhart Nolan Joins Nursing Faculty

  Immaculata University announces that New Castle, Delaware resident Sandra Lockhart Nolan, RN, MSN, is completing her first semester as a faculty member for the Division of Nursing. She is working with RN to BSN and pre-licensure students. Most recently serving as interim assistant director of Nursing and assistant professor at Lincoln University, Nolan spent 10 years at ARIA School of Nursing in Trevose, PA, as a full-time...

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Journey to Paradise Lost
Feb24

Journey to Paradise Lost

This past year, Immaculata B.S.N. alumna Maureen Beail-Farkas, R.N., ’04 worked in a closed community on a remote Hawaiian island with people who had developed Hansen’s disease, the disease formerly called “leprosy.” This story is an excerpt account of her three-month assignment working with the nine remaining patients. I was in Hawaii on vacation in 2015 when I met another nurse [Paula] in a restaurant in Honolulu. Upon learning that...

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Nursing Students Receive Scholarships from IBC
Feb22

Nursing Students Receive Scholarships from IBC

Through the Nurses for Tomorrow grant from the Independence Blue Cross (IBC) Foundation, Immaculata University is offering more than $50,000 in scholarships to be distributed among two graduate students in the MSN program ($24,480 total) and 21 undergraduate nursing students in the pre-licensure or RN to BSN programs ($26,024 total). These competitive scholarships were awarded to support a part of the students’ Spring 2017 tuition. To...

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