Carlow grad student working to preserve Churchill Valley Greenway

Penn Hills resident Emily Golling, a Carlow University graduate student, is leading efforts to turn the 148-acre country club property that sits on the border of Penn Hills and Churchill into the Churchill Valley Greenway, the name for the land formerly used by the country club that will become a greenspace for area residents to enjoy.

Alumna counsels children from homeless to hopeful

Alizé Strickland ’20 has always given back as a community and church volunteer. In Carlow University’s Bachelor of Social Work program, she learned how to shape her helpfulness into a career. She found her calling as the family engagement coordinator for Homeless Children’s Education Fund (HCEF).

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.
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