Climate change is not only accelerating the melting of sea ice in the Arctic, but it is allowing access to a virtually untouched fishery of Arctic char, Arctic cod, and Northern shrimp. That’s prompted researchers from Carleton University, Queen’s University, and the Ontario Genomics Institute... More
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Many faculty members have a research project that’s languishing on a shelf due to a lack of time or resources. The FPA Research Productivity Bursary is intended to give those projects a boost. Created by the FPA Research Committee, these small investments will support faculty members in... More
A group of students from the Master’s in Social Work (MSW) program set out to find out what life was like for people with dementia. They called their project A Day in Their Shoes. Read More… ... More
Carleton University journalism grad Amanda Connolly is heading to Europe this autumn to research the security threat posed to Europe by poor integration of migrants. Her work is part of the EU-Canada Young Journalist Fellowship. and is featured on the School of Journalism and Communication... More
Journalism Graduate Student Katarina Kuruc Studies Politics of Fashion Growing up in Communist Czechoslovakia, Katarina Kuruc learned that fashion statements were in fact “visible forms of self-expression and political discourse” in a country where self-expression was severely curtailed. As a... More