Pittsburgh, Pa. - Carlow University has named Deanne Horner D'Emilio, J.D., to be the dean of the School of Management.
D'Emilio comes to Carlow from Mt. Aloysius College, where she was an associate academic dean and professor of Legal Studies and chair of the division of Humanities, Social Science, and Professional Studies. In that role, she oversaw 12 different undergraduate programs, and graduate programs in business administration, psychology, community counseling, and criminal justice.
She received her B.A. in education with a religion minor and graduated Cum Laude from Westminster College in 1982. Two years later, she earned an M.A. in Higher Education and Student Affairs from Bowling Green State University. She earned her law degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 1987.
Upon graduation from law school, D'Emilio worked as an attorney until 1998 when she became the chair of the Legal Assistant Department at Mount Aloysius College in Cresson, PA. In 2002, she became the chair of the Department of Law and Justice Administration, and five years later she was named to her current position.
She has led and served on numerous committees during her time at Mt. Aloysius, including, most notably, the Middle States Self-Study Team, the Committee for Strategic Plan, and the Presidential Search Committee. She has given many presentations, and received many honors during her academic career.
D'Emilio is a resident of Plum Borough.
About Carlow University
Located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Carlow University was founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1929. Offering both undergraduate and graduate programs, Carlow University is a comprehensive master's institution dedicated to learner-centered education at the collegiate levels and at the elementary school level in the Campus School of Carlow University.