Sigrid King, English program director, at Carlow University was interviewed [by Public Source] along with several other Pittsburgh-area professors who are trying to embrace AI in the classroom rather than … Continued
Applying the apprenticeship model to the field of early childhood education is a unique approach that pays dividends for both children and those who care for them. It’s a novel idea and one Carlow University has been employing since 2018 when it established the Western Pennsylvania Early Childhood Education Apprenticeship Hub — the state’s first.
Stigma and language-based learning disabilities are a disappointing, yet a reversable combination that has endured generations of learners. Too often, learning disabilities — dyslexia in particular — are thought of … Continued
Carlow University is pleased to announce that Rhonda E. Maneval, D.Ed., has been selected to be a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing (Academy). Dr. Maneval is dean at of the College of Health and Wellness.
Ashley Svec, a cardiovascular perfusion student, received a $2,500 scholarship from the Excela Westmoreland Hospital Auxiliary! Svec is one of five recipients to receive this award, which is given to Excela Health … Continued
Sarah Jacobs, who teaches at Carlow, has a display of multimedia paintings on display at the Majestic Theater’s art gallery at Gettysburg College. “The Carnival,” which will run through the end of August, features a series of … Continued
Gabrielle Adams, recipient of The Joseph G. Smith Award, Carlow’s highest undergraduate academic honor, received a stellar mention in Pittsburgh Urban Media’s latest coverage of “Around the Burgh!” This highlights the people who make Pittsburgh so great.
Tyhir Royster is the recipient of the CoSIDA Academic All-District award! Royster’s accolade is the first for the Carlow men’s track and field/cross country team. The recognition is given to the nation’s top student-athletes for their combined performance inside and outside the classroom. Royster is a junior … Continued