Carlow professor to bring expertise to military

After more than 10 years of wearing Hawaiian shirts to class on Fridays, Carlow chemistry and physics professor Bill Kowallis soon will be putting on a different kind of uniform – that of a U.S. Army officer.

Remembering memorable moments

Throughout the decades, alum continue to embrace their Carlow education. Carlow University, formerly Mount Mercy College, has seen thousands of graduates walk its halls since 1929. During this 90th anniversary … Continued

Carlow’s partnership with UPMC prepares perfusionist students for solid careers

Courtney Claar ‘19 is academically driven and ambitious, but she never once took her education for granted. She was the first person in her family to go to college. Her family could not coach her through the college landscape, but when she sought help on campus, she learned the Carlow faculty were willing to answer questions and guide her along the way.

Making a Meaningful Difference

Born in Brooklyn N.Y., and raised by her single mother in Pennsylvania, Nancy Wisnom Stuever graduated from Carlow College in 1973 with her bachelor’s degree in nursing. Today, Nancy serves on the Carlow Board of Trustees and as a member of the Development and Alumni Engagement Committee.

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.

From adversity to accomplishment: December grad shining example of pressing through

When Rita Price ‘19 needed to take a few evening courses to complete requirements for her Carlow University bachelor’s degree, she found herself with a dilemma. The two-bus commute from her Carnegie apartment to the Oakland campus was geographically challenging by day, and extremely demanding on late dark winter nights.
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