A new exhibit, The Anthropology of Motherhood: Culture of Care, is open through the end of January at the Carlow University Art Gallery.
Carlow University President Suzanne K. Mellon, PhD, will retire at the end of the 2020-21 academic year. Announcement was made at the Friday, October 16, Board of Trustees meeting.
Carlow University will hold a "drive-by" induction ceremony for the nursing national honor society on Friday, October 9.
Carlow University's fifth floor terrace art project on University Commons - designed by Carlow art majors - wins an AIA Pittsburgh Certificate of Merit.
Carlow University has received a $1.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education for student support of first generation college students, students with low income, or who have a disability.
The Richard King Mellon Foundation awarded Carlow University a challenge grant of $210,000 to help with expenses students may incur due to COVID-19.
Carlow University has received two grants from a private charitable foundation totaling $113,000. One of the grants will go towards establishing the Sister Mary Paul Hickey Educator Development Project.
Carlow University elected four new members of its Board of Trustees at the June meeting.
Carlow University has named E. Jeanne Gleason, a Carlow alumna from the class of 1960, a Carlow Laureate, and former chair of the Board of Trustees, a Trustee Emerita.
Four Carlow University nurse practitioner graduates are the first NP residents in the state of Pennsylvania, working out of Allegheny Heath Network's Urgent Care Center in Braddock.
Carlow University has consolidated the College of Learning and Innovation and the College of Leadership and Social Change into one college: the College of Arts and Science.
Carlow University's MSW program has received its initial accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for the Council on Social Work Education.
Carlow University receives grant from HRSA for loan forgiveness for graduate students who secure positions as nurse educators.
Carlow University receives $1 million grant and $1 million endowment from Heinz Endowments for Western Pennsylvania Early Childhood Apprenticeship Hub.
Jan Beatty, professor of English and director of the Creative Writing program at Carlow University, will publish her sixth book of poetry, The Body Wars, in September. The book will be published by University of Pittsburgh Press.