A graduate can go far with the right major combined with a strong liberal arts background.
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Kayla Bowyer, a 2011 Communications graduate, fondly recalls Mercy Service Day. Today, as Amachi ambassadors coordinator for Amachi Pittsburgh, she still takes service seriously. Her values—strengthened at Carlow—fuel her life’s pursuits.
A nurse and 2016 graduate of the Doctor of Nursing Practice is also a harpist with interests in music therapy.
Amy Palatucci is pursuing a career in education leadership, after having strong educators as mentors.
Tess Barry '13 was shortlisted for the Manchester Poetry Prize, one of the most prestigious poetry awards in the world.
An Army Ranger becomes a family nurse practitioner.
A first-year law student at Duquesne University, Taylor Corn '15 mentors undergraduate minority students interested in pursuing legal careers.
"Nursing school helped set in stone the fact that I knew I wanted to be an intensive care nurse or a trauma nurse. Carlow provided me with a wonderful education, I passed the boards on my first try, and had a job offer waiting for me when I graduated."
"Carlow made this easy for me. Because my classes were so engaging, I found myself excelling in school like I never did before. I took advantage of every opportunity Carlow had, and that is what led to my current success."
A senior Carlow Celtics soccer player, nursing student Sarah Schwartz knows a lot about teamwork
The RN to BSN program is ideal for those looking to advance their nursing careers.
How one Carlow alum is helping turn Pittsburgh's fashion scene into a movement
"Our mission is to raise funds to support breast cancer research, clinical trials, education and patient care within the Pittsburgh community."
Carlow alumna profiled in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.