Mr. Bush teaches Introduction to Political Science and can primarily be found on our Cranberry and Greensburg campuses. He is a retired public school teacher who has also taught at Community College and Point Park.
Ms. Dimola joined Carlow this fall to teach constitutional law. She is a graduate of Chatham University, the University of Pittsburgh, and holds a law degree from Duquesne University. She has 25 years of experience in corporate litigations in New York and Los Angeles.
Cynthia A. Karaffa
Ms. Karaffa holds both an MA and MPIA degree. During the past five years, Cindi has taught Public Policy, Introduction to Political Science, International Relations, Comparative Politics, American Political Development, and her signature course, Politics of Terrorism. Currently, she is completing her PhD at the University of Pittsburgh; the title of her dissertation is: The Social Construction of Reality, a View of Terrorism and International Relations, a Female Perspective.
Allyson M. Lowe
Dr. Lowe’s bio is here.
William Schweers, Jr.
Mr. Schweers holds a J.D. degree from Duquesne University. He joined the adjunct staff in 2008 and has taught multiple courses including Introduction to Political Science, Political Thought, and Marriage and Family Law.
Ms. Toliver has served as an adjunct professor for the past three years. She is a graduate of Chatham University. She currently is employed by The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. as a Human Resources Professional working in the Strategic College Recruiting Department.
Howard A. Stern, Ph.D. is the Director and Chief Information Officer for the City of Pittsburgh. Dr. Stern has been an adjunct professor of Political Science at Carlow since 2007 where he teaches "Introduction to Political Science" and "Politics and Technology." His research interests include e-government, social media and community development block grant funding.
Kristin Baginski, J.D. Ms. Baginski joined the adjunct staff to teach State and Local Government this fall. She is a graduate of Washington and Jefferson College, The University of Pittsburgh School of Information Science and holds a J.D. from The Pennsylvania State University- The Dickinson School of Law. Kristen previously worked for Mayor Luke Ravenstahl and has taught at the University Of Maryland School of Law.