Welcome to Carleton’s Faculty Affairs website, part of the larger Office of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic).
Faculty Affairs provides a centralized and comprehensive support centre for our prospective, new, and current faculty, instructors, and librarians as well as a full complement of tools and resources for Chairs, Directors, and Deans.
If you have a chance, please be sure to stop by and visit me, Norah Vollmer, Manager, Faculty Affairs, on the fourth floor of Dunton Tower. I look forward to welcoming you to campus and providing support and assistance in navigating our community.
About the Opportunity Carleton University is seeking a new Dean for its Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences during a period of exciting strategic growth and development. We invite applications from and nominations of individuals who are established scholars and teachers, and who are strongly... More
On behalf of Provost and Vice-President (Academic) Peter Ricketts and Vice-President (Research and International) Kim Matheson We are pleased to announce the 2014-‘15 Achievement Awards at Carleton University for faculty, instructors, librarians and contract instructors. Teaching Achievement... More
Teaching Achievement Awards (2008-Present) Year Candidate Academic Unit / Faculty 2013-2014 Aflonzo Abizaid Neuroscience Aaron Doyle Sociology and Anthropology Iryna Kozlova Linguistics and Language Studies Leonard MacEachern Electronics Marc St-Hilaire Information Technology 2012-2013 Deidre... More
The Healthy Workplace at Carleton University has some great resources for entertainment and activities during the summer. Click HERE to find out more! Here are some examples: animals and zoos! boat excursions! water parks! theatre and performing arts! Want to learn more? Click HERE!... More
The Office of the Provost and Vice-President (Academic) and the Office of the Associate Vice-President (Teaching and Learning) are pleased to announce the eight outstanding educators who have been named 2014 Carleton University Teaching Award winners. Kim Hellemans (Neuroscience), Wayne Horn (Math)... More
One of the defining characteristics of a university education is that students learn within a scholarly environment that is enriched by research and the discovery of new knowledge. Providing opportunities for undergraduate students to engage directly in research is a central part of Carleton’s... More