Matthew E. Gordley, PhD, dean of the College of Learning and Innovation, will read from his new book: "New Testament Christological Hymns: Exploring Texts, Contexts, and Significance.
The Carlow Closet has expanded from gently used clothing to include non-perishable food items to address food scarcity among students.
Carlow first year student, Dustin Yuhas, a biology/perfusion major from Macedonia,Ohio is a recipient of an Army ROTC Scholarship.
Carlow University has added five new members to its Board of Trustees.
Carlow University's Board of Trustees elects new officers, including Dorothy Davis, JD, a Carlow alumna as board chair.
Carlow Univeristy's most recent group of BSN graduates were a perfect 49 for 49 in passing the NCLEX nursing licensure exam. Second year in a row that Carlow has achieved a perfect score.
Carlow University Theatre will present Neil Simon's comedy, "Fools," in November.
Carlow University presented Patrick and Michele Rehfeld Atkins, '82, with the David and Barbara Capozzi Kirr, '60, Leadership in Philanthropy Award.
Carlow University has received two grants totaling $130,000 focused on enhancing nursing education for patients with behavioral health challenges.
Carlow University's first year students will be working out in the community for Mercy Service Day, the university's annual celebration of its Mercy heritage and an opportunity to help 18 local non-profit agencies.
The Carlow University Art Gallery will exhibit the work of five local photographers for "Out of Many - Stories of Migration" from September 13-December 6.
Seven Sisters of Mercy, who came to Pittsburgh from Carlow, Ireland in 1843, will be honored with posthumous honorary degrees on August 30, 2018.
Students from Saint Vincent College can complete a Carlow University bachelor of science in nursing program on-site at Saint Vincent!
Carlow University has received an HRSA grant of $150,000 to provide loan forgiveness for graduate nursing students who become nurse educators.
Carlow University's highest academic honor, the Joseph G. Smith Award, was presented to Devan Stanko, a nursing major, Forest Hills resident, and one of the valedictorians of the Class of 2018.