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A Strenuous, Sacred Calling

Amid the ongoing pandemic, here’s how Immaculata’s nursing faculty are supporting students and helping them to build resilience.

Sweat, Support and Smiles: GetFIT@IU

Adults with disabilities love Immaculata’s GetFIT@IU program, where student trainers and exercise science faculty guide them in customized workouts.

Brains & Brawn: Academically Successful Student-Athletes

Nearly 35% of traditional-aged full-time students play sports, and 70% of student-athletes made the dean’s list.

From Disney to the Runway: Scholarships and Students

Meet some students who have benefited from generous scholarships and grants, and the donors who make it possible.

INSIDE THIS ISSUE

Summer 2022

Work the Network

Here are stories of how alumni have found and filled openings in various fields, thanks to their Immaculata connections.

Catherine Knoll is Listening

Even before middle school, Catherine Knoll ’22 was being told that she had a special talent for softball. During high school, her coaches encouraged her to apply only to Division I universities. She remembers talking to representatives from Division I programs during...

The Money Game

With the proliferation of online trading apps, students need to understand the risks involved and learn the fundamentals of finance and investing.

The Immaculata University Awards 2022

FATHER KYLE ADAMCZYK ’12 Scientia Floret Virtute Award It has been 10 years since Kyle Adamczyk graduated from Immaculata with a degree in music and theology. He then attended St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, where he completed his master’s degree in divinity and...

A Reputation for Education

Lucille “Mikie” Lamontagne Markle ’67 remembers that whenever people complimented her as a teacher and found out she had been educated at Immaculata, they said, “It’s no surprise.” “Because Immaculata came with such a reputation,” she said. Mikie first learned from...

Emergency Preparedness

By Max Cannon '22, emergency planning and management major September is National Preparedness Month, and it’s a good idea to plan for emergencies such as thunderstorms, floods, heatwaves, power outages, hurricanes, wildfires and other scenarios. Active...

On Tap with Ruth Duffy-Krywicki

When you reach for a cold brew—just waiting in the fridge for the big game—you expect it to taste, look and feel like you remember. When you pop the top, the head (foam) should gently spray and run down the side—just like you see in the commercials. As the senior...

Message From President Lettiere

The first full “normal” academic year is completed, and it was so good to have our students, faculty and staff back on campus. Slowly but surely, things are getting back to the pre-COVID days. It was great to see the students back in the classrooms, on the courts and fields, and on the stage. I even had an opportunity to sit in on a few classes.

With countless hours in the bleachers, on the sidelines, in the audience and classrooms, I have a newfound appreciation for the level of commitment and effort our Immaculata community puts into creating a fantastic student experience here at IU.

In this issue of the Immaculata Magazine you will find numerous articles about our students’ accomplishments on and off the field, the court and the stage. These articles give you a good look into what we call the IU student experience.

I encourage you to come to campus and see first-hand the achievements of Immaculata’s students. There are many fun, exciting and educational events and programs throughout the year. I hope to see you here on campus in the future!

With summer in full swing, we plan to do what we do best—prepare for a spectacular fall semester and new academic year.

Please take care and be well!

Barbara Lettiere 72

Barbara Lettiere ’72

University President