Staff Spotlight: Mary Fran Reidell, BSN '02, MSN '12
January 22, 2015
"When a student walks in, I think how I would want my own children to be treated. I understand where they are."
Carlow University Mourns the Death of Former President Sister Grace Ann Geibel
December 25, 2014
President Emerita Sister Grace Ann Geibel, PhD passed away on December 24, 2014. Our thoughts and prayers are with her friends, family, and Sisters of Mercy during this time of sorrow.
Alumni Spotlight: Dawndra Jones, BSN '94, MSN '06
December 11, 2014
"Carlow allowed me to maintain my full-time job while providing me with the education that I needed to be successful in my career choices." -Dawndra Jones '06
Alumni Spotlight: Maria Graziani, MBA ’11
October 03, 2014
"Carlow puts a strong emphasis on supporting women business owners. That was inspiring for me to see."
Alumni Spotlight: Mary Dreliszak, BA Communications ’83
September 26, 2014
"The Carlow community takes you under their wing and believes in you. I really found my place there."
Alumni Spotlight: Emily Wasel, BSW ’12
August 21, 2014
“I learned how to balance my life while I was at Carlow.”
Alumni Spotlight: Chelsea Schreiner, Bachelor of Arts, Early Childhood Education/Special Education, '12
June 13, 2014
“Carlow was the best choice I ever made. There are so many opportunities for service through leadership. I took these opportunities and ran with them, and honestly, it helped me get a job.”
Alumni Spotlight: Genevieve Szekely, BSN '14
May 29, 2014
"As nurses, we're taught to focus on the person and not just the disease. We're really thinking about what the patient might need to start feeling better." - Genevieve Szekely
Alumni Spotlight: Melinda Ward, BA in Sociology '12
May 20, 2014
How do you create harmony in the world—bring about peace and advocate for change?
Melinda Ward wants to know.
Alumni Spotlight: Beth Peyton, MFA in Creative Writing '12, author of Clear Skies, Deep Water
May 08, 2014
Beth Peyton's new memoir, Clear Skies, Deep Water: A Chautauqua Memoir has been called "A gentle, quietly moving memoir about the power of nature and the community to heal and inspire."