Truly amazing stories in research and innovation come out of Carleton. Below are a few of our stories.
Alumni Lawrence Krauss has endowed an annual scholarship for an undergraduate physics student with a $25,000 gift that’s being matched by the university.
A team of Carleton physicists are working on an upgrade to the ATLAS experiment to help usher in the next phase of research at the Large Hadron Collider.
A group of Carleton University students learned how to build a wiigwaas chiimaan—a birchbark canoe—under the careful guidance of Daniel "Pinock'' Smith.
Carleton University marked its 75th anniversary year with a CU75 Founding Day Celebration honouring Carleton’s founding on June 18, 1942.
Carleton University congratulates four doctoral students who have received the The Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship. This is a record result for Carleton.
Canada Research Chair Kim Matheson is working with First Nations communities & the IMHR to find interventions to help improve Indigenous Mental Health.
Gilles Vigneault – a poet and singer-songwriter known for capturing the spirit of Quebec culture – received a Doctor of Literature from Carleton in June 2017.
Alumna Stephanie Vizi will screen her 23-minute documentary called Mistissini Healing on June 7, 2017 during Ryerson University’s DocNow 2017 festival.
Alumna Zita Cobb delivered an inspiring message about lessons learned during Fogo Island's renewal at the Ottawa Leadership Luncheon in spring 2017.
The inaugural India Study Tour brought nine students to Mumbai and Bengaluru for two weeks in 2017 to get a better understanding of Indian culture.
Architecture students are looking at how a stretch of York Street used for parking could be reimagined once the sesquicentennial site is disassembled
A pair of jointed-arm industrial robots acquired by the Carleton Immersive Media Studio represent the latest leap forward in heritage conservation.