Fall 2017 Noted and Quoted

“Cooking is pretty much an art, but baking is a science.”

  - Monique Hockman, professor of chemistry and physics. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 2017)

“It's a huge opportunity for us.” 

- Aya Attal, 2017 Brashear High School graduate, participant in Carlow University/Neighborhood Learning Alliance High School in College program. (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, June 2017)  

“This Hub will ensure our students' skill sets are aligned with the future needs of our region's economy.”

- Carlow University President Suzanne K. Mellon, PhD, speaking on KDKA's "Sunday Business Page" about Carlow's new Hub for Workforce Development and Innovation, made possible by a $500,000 grant from the R.K. Mellon Foundation.

“I hope to make mother and baby my focus... I'm excited to see where the program takes me.”   

- Women's Health Nurse Practitioner student Catherine Gregg. (NEXTPittsburgh, March 2017)  

“One of my priorities will be to find ways to increase the probability that the people we train stay in the region. It's important and something we need to focus on.”

- Sabrina Saunders Mosby '11 on her new position as president and CEO of Coro Center for Civic Leadership-Pittsburgh. (New Pittsburgh Courier, March 2017)  

“These schools go above and beyond with their online curriculum, offering the best combination of value and quality that translates into student success.”

- Wes Ricketts, senior vice president of LearnHowToBecome.org, in reference to a list where Carlow appeared among Top 50 Religious-Based Schools for 2017. (BizWire Express, May 2017)