Neumann University will present honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degrees to Irish Chamber founder Bill and Natalie McLaughlin on Dec. 20 during a winter graduation ceremony that will welcome approximately 200 students into its alumni ranks.
Pending the results of final exams, the university will award four associate degrees, 128 bachelor’s degrees, 50 master’s degrees, and 18 doctoral degrees at a 6 PM ceremony, officiated by Dr. Chris Domes and Board Chair Anthony Latini in the Mirenda Center.
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Congratulations to our long-time members and sponsors, Paul & Theresa Murtagh, who received the American Catholic Historical Society’s annual Barry Award.
Photo credit: Tom Keenan
The American hotspot named the ‘cheesesteak capital of the world’ – and is one of the best cities to visit in 2024
Lonely Planet has just named Philly among the top ten best cities in the world to visit in 2024 — the only one in the US to make the list. Click HERE to read more.
Many thanks to our members from Saint Joseph’s University for co-hosting our 2nd annual Philadelphia-Ireland Connections reception and panel discussion!
To view a recording of our event, please click HERE.
Congratulations to our Life Sciences Summit panel member, Audrey Greenberg, on being named to Philadelphia Magazine’s list of the 150 Most Influential Philadelphians.
Commodore John Barry’s Revolutionary War sword, which was displayed in the Oval Office during John F. Kennedy’s presidency, is now on display at the Museum of the American Revolution.