Barbara Lettiere, 10th President: Still Making a Difference
Aug08

Barbara Lettiere, 10th President: Still Making a Difference

It may not be too far-fetched to say that if it was not for Barbara Lettiere, female students at Immaculata University would still have to wear skirts and dresses to class. As junior class president in 1971, amidst the protest-hungry youth movement of the early 1970s, Lettiere and her fellow classmates yearned to make their own mark. Taking her leadership duties seriously, Lettiere was sent to discuss the dress code policy with the...

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What is different about leadership today?
Apr05

What is different about leadership today?

By Janice Jacobs, Ph.D., Chair of the Graduate Department of Leadership Studies Leadership, in many ways, looks the same today as in times past. I can’t imagine that most of our great leaders throughout history—religious, military, political, literary—didn’t bring, in their time, many of the same characteristics and qualities we still need in leaders today. Being visionary, innovative, challenging, strategic, action-oriented—certainly...

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Higher education Ed.D. offered in Harrisburg

This fall, Immaculata University will be offering its Doctor of Education in Higher Education (Ed.D.) at Dixon University Center in Harrisburg, PA. Immaculata’s Ed.D. in Higher Education program is designed for higher education administrators and faculty who are seeking to advance their careers by expanding their knowledge of higher education and developing strategic leadership skills. The program is also ideal for individuals working...

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