The opening reception for the Carlow University Art Gallery's latest exhibit will be September 19 at 6 p.m. The work of the #notwhite collective will be exhibited.
Allegheny Health Network and Carlow University receive a $1.8 million grant to train nurse practitioners to serve disadvantaged and rural areas that are underserved medically.
Carlow University has welcomed four new board members: Michele Atkins, Cynthia Maleski, JD, Sister Mary Fanning, RSM, PhD, and Patricia G. Donohoe.
Abie's Irish Rose, the longest running play on Broadway in the 1920s, will be performed by Carlow University Theatre to mark the 90th Anniversary of Carlow University on September 24-28 at 7 pm, and a matinee at 2 pm on September 28.
Carlow's MBA program has a project management track, which was reviewed and approved by the Project Management Institute, the world's leading professional association for project, program, and portfolio management.
Carlow University's College of Health and Wellness is sponsoring the Disrupting Healthcare Conference on Monday, September 23, in the Gailliot Center, fifth floor, University Commons, beginning at 8:30 a.m. and lasting until noon.
Jessica Webster has been named the new Head of School for The Campus Laboratory School of Carlow University.
Keely Baronak, EdD, chair of the Department of Education at Carlow, has been named the new executive director of the Campus Laboratory School of Carlow University.
Carlow University works with the Pittsburgh International Airport to create a new model for customer care using recent Carlow grads.
The ribbon cutting for the newly renovated St. Joseph Hall Athletic and Fitness Center will be on Thursday, June 6, at 5 p.m.
Carlow University's doctoral program in counseling psychology has had its accreditation reaffirmed for ten years by the American Psychological Association's Commission on Accreditation.
Carlow University has named five distinguished alumni as its 2019 Carlow Laureates for exemplary achievement in their respective fields.
Carlow University's Youth Media Advocacy Project teaches Pittsburgh Public School students how to advocate for change in their schools and communities using media. Projects are on display at Carlow on Friday, April 26.
The presidents from Carlow University and the Community College of Allegheny County will sign a reverse transfer agreement that will allow students who transfer from CCAC the opportunity to earn their associate's degree using Carlow credits.
Carlow University's Atkins Endowed Center for Ethics presents "The Attack on Faith," a panel discussion about finding common ground and confronting bigotry that targets all faiths.