The sizable grant presented by the Health Resources and Services Administration will allow Carlow to provide training to address the mental health needs of rural, vulnerable and underserved populations.
Carlow University has been awarded a total of $450,000 from two grants to back the education department’s “Power of One” project, aimed at providing teacher certification for educators of color in Pittsburgh.
Carlow University was awarded $886,892 from the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education’s Professional Development Organization Grant through the Office of Child Development and Early Learning for scholarships and supports for childcare providers who are attending a college or university programs.
Carlow University, a leading university in the health sciences, announced today that following a national search and RFP process, it has selected Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate to develop its Lower Campus, a 1.77-acre tract of property located along Fifth Avenue and Robinson Street, through a public-private partnership (P3).
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Carlow University a grant of $649,826 to be used for the recruitment, retention, graduation, and placement of academically talented students with financial need who are interested in majoring in one of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) majors that the university offers, specifically the Carlow majors are: chemistry, biology, or data analytics.
Carlow University President Suzanne K. Mellon, PhD announced that the university will be transitioning back to an in-person instructional class schedule featuring face-to-face classes and standard options of hybrid or online.