Truly amazing stories in research and innovation come out of Carleton. Below are a few of our stories.
Alan Steele has received the 3M National Teaching Fellowship from the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education and 3M Canada.
Student Efrem Berhe had the opportunity job shadow Meg Beckel, CEO of the Canadian Museum of Nature, though a a student leadership program.
The Centre for Aboriginal Culture and Education and the Carleton University Art Gallery are building a birchbark canoe.
Carleton researcher Richard Yu has received $600,000 for research into the next generations of wireless networking.
Carleton PhD student Scott Bishop is one of a few dozen people still on the Canadian Space Agency’s list of potential astronauts.
Carleton's Front Door initiative is working with Bridgehead to solve one of the coffee industry's greatest mysteries - how and when coffee beans age.
Carleton student and Lead to Win participant Cole Miller is on the cusp of making a big splash with his company Twelve Barrels Whisky.
Arctic Greenhouse, a documentary produced by Prof. Claudia Schröder-Adams, premiered at two sold-out screenings at the Canadian Museum of Nature.
Prof. Jacqueline Kennelly and her students hosted Encountering Democracy, a public screening of the results of a research project with homeless youth.
International Affairs Prof. David Carment leads a team of researchers that looks into how policies effect fragile and failed states.
Arlene Dickinson, the entrepreneur best known from CBC’s Dragons' Den, opened the third annual SOAR Conference on Jan. 21.
In 2013, Coach Sumarah predicted his Carleton Ravens football team would play in the semi-finals within four years. In 2016 they did.