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.
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.
The phrase “breathing easy” has multiple meanings for a respiratory therapist. As students at Carlow University, Kassidy Dickson and Zachary Talley could breathe easy each semester when their finals were done.
Today it is not uncommon to create a social media page dedicated to your pet, but how many people’s pets have more followers than they do? Alumna Michelle Drager ’88 can say her golden retriever, Bean, has more than 77,000 followers and counting because his mission is simple—to share joy.
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.
Following a national search, Carlow University’s Board of Trustees appointed Suzanne K. Mellon, Ph.D., as the institution’s tenth president. She succeeds Dr. Mary Hines, who will retire next month after … Continued