Alice McKeever Riley, the sole surviving member of Carlow's first graduating class, will turn 107 on Saturday, June 17.
Carlow University has established the Atkins Endowed Center for Ethics, named for Carlow alumna Michele Atkins and her husband, Patrick.
Carlow University professor Diane Matthews was named the 2017 Educator of the Year by ACFE, the largest anti-fraud association in the U.S.
Preschool, Pre-K, Montessori, and Kindergarten students will ride in their annual Trike-a-Thon to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital on May 19.
Carlow University and the Neighborhood Learning Alliance have tripled the number of students served by the high school to college program.
Dr. Jim Withers, founder and medical director of Operation Safety Net, will receive an honorary doctoral degree during Carlow University's Commencement on May 13.
Carlow University chemistry professor Monique Hockman, PhD, is honored by the Women Chemists Committee for encouraging women into the chemical sciences.
Carlow University's Youth Media Advocacy Project helps city school students make a difference in their schools.
Former President of Catholic Relief Services, Carolyn Y. Woo, will be the speaker at Carlow University's Commencement on May 13.
Carlow announces news "micromasters" programs in MBA, Fraud and Forensics, and Professional Counseling.
Carlow University announces five alumni as their 2017 Carlow Laureates. This is the university's highest honor given to alumni.
Carlow University Theatre will present Lee Blessing's comedy, "Eleemosynary," on March 23, 24, 25, 30, 31, and April 1 at 8 pm.
In response to disturbing trends in women's health, Carlow University will offer the only women's health nurse practitioner program in the region.
Carlow University's men's and women's basketball teams will lend their efforts to the battle against cancer.
Carlow University will host local potters and art students for its annual Bowls in the Night Pottery Marathon on February 2.