Carlow alumna takes nursing to the skies

Trista (Globlosky) Weiss, CFRN, used her Carlow degree to become a medical emergency flight nurse and save lives throughout Western PA.

From Zambia to Pittsburgh to Carlow adjunct: one dreamer’s journey

Mpande Mwape ’19 grew up in the suburbs south of Pittsburgh, went to Mt. Lebanon High School and entered a community college program in nursing. In many ways, she was like other college-bound teenagers in America, except for a critical detail: American citizenship.

Carlow alum on front lines of pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has created a lot of fear and uncertainty, which has led to many people staying home and staying safe. There’s a segment of the Carlow community, however, who have continued to go to work, providing care for the sickest, and putting themselves on the front lines of a battle against the virus.

Cayla Zdrojewski, an MSN-MBA grad student, selected for JHF Fellowship

As a nurse, putting patient care first is something that Cayla Zdrojewski believes in wholeheartedly, so much so that when she learned that the Jewish Healthcare Foundation (JHF) has a program that seeks to reduce medical errors and advocate for improvements in our healthcare system, she eagerly applied.
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