Bernadette Maguire to Receive Camilla Award
Aug07

Bernadette Maguire to Receive Camilla Award

Immaculata University is pleased to announce that Bernadette Maguire ’57, of Philadelphia will receive the Mother M. Camilla Maloney Award at the Immaculata Awards Gala on Friday, October 20. The Camilla Award is presented to those who demonstrate leadership and vision to sustain the future of Immaculata through service—including volunteerism, counsel and philanthropic support—to carry on the mission and vision of Mother Camilla,...

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Immaculata Announces New President
Jan31

Immaculata Announces New President

The Board of Trustees of Immaculata University announces that Barbara Lettiere ’72 has been appointed the 10th president of Immaculata. Lettiere will take office on July 1, replacing Sister R. Patricia Fadden, IHM, Ed.D., who has served as president since 2002. Lettiere becomes the first lay president of Immaculata. She brings a wealth of experience and expertise as a former vice president of finance at a small liberal arts college...

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Sr. Monica Sicilia, new IT instructor
Dec17

Sr. Monica Sicilia, new IT instructor

Sister Monica Sicilia, IHM, of Philadelphia, Pa., has completed her first semester as an instructor of information technology in Immaculata University’s Mathematics, Computing Sciences, and Physics Department. This fall, she taught classes in multimedia, web design, computer technology and social computing. Sister Monica has worked as a teacher or administrator in Catholic schools for more than 20 years, and she has helped develop...

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New assoc. professor of math Ileana Ionascu

Ileana Ionaşcu, Ph.D., has joined Immaculata University’s Mathematics, Computing Sciences, and Physics Department as an associate professor of mathematics. She is currently teaching classes in calculus and probability and statistics. Before coming to Immaculata, Dr. Ionaşcu taught at Philadelphia University, Houston Baptist University, Ursinus College, the University of Texas at Austin, University of Waterloo, and the University of...

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