Joyful, Joyful
Feb05

Joyful, Joyful

Sue Graves ’03 M.A. got a text one night from her boss at Melmark, an organization that serves people with intellectual disabilities. The Joybells have been invited to perform when the Pope is here…we’re in! Graves texted back, You’re joking, right? She wasn’t. The Joybells, a handbell choir made up of some of Melmark’s adult members with disabilities, had been chosen out of thousands of applicants to be one of the performing groups...

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Berks County Resident Selected for Presidential Scholarship
Sep16

Berks County Resident Selected for Presidential Scholarship

Immaculata University is pleased to announce that incoming freshman Julia Coppa of Birdsboro, PA, has been awarded the Presidential Scholarship, a full tuition scholarship worth $33,280 per year, to attend Immaculata. As a Music Therapy major, Coppa acknowledges that music has always been a part of her life and she wants to pursue music in a way that would serve others. The Presidential Scholarship is awarded to a select number of...

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IU to Host International Music and Medicine Conference
Jun10

IU to Host International Music and Medicine Conference

Immaculata University is pleased to announce that its Department of Music Therapy will be co-hosting the Interdisciplinary Society for Quantitative Research in Music and Medicine’s third biennial conference from July 24-26. The three-day event, Music Meets Medicine, features academic sessions, various concerts, research posters and a keynote address by Dr. Arthur Harvey, internationally renowned authority on research in...

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Andrea Hunt, Ph.D., Joins Music Faculty
Sep25

Andrea Hunt, Ph.D., Joins Music Faculty

Media, PA, resident Andrea McGraw Hunt, Ph.D., MT-BC, has joined the faculty of Immaculata University as assistant professor of Music Therapy and coordinator of Clinical Training. Most recently, Hunt served as assistant professor in the Department of Music Education and Therapy at Temple University.  Prior to that assignment, Hunt was the assistant director for the Arts and Quality of Life Research Center, also at Temple University....

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Maryland Resident Selected for Presidential Scholarship
Sep15

Maryland Resident Selected for Presidential Scholarship

  Immaculata University is pleased to announce that incoming freshman Natalie Rose Brosh of Bel Air, MD, has been awarded a Presidential Scholarship, a full-tuition scholarship worth $30,700 per year, to attend Immaculata.  The Presidential Scholarship is awarded to a select number of students with a record of academic excellence.  Students are evaluated on the basis of GPA (students must maintain a 3.25 GPA), class rigor,...

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