Truly amazing stories in research and innovation come out of Carleton. Below are a few of our stories.
Peter Mansbridge delved into new technology and terrain while delivering the 18th annual Kesterton Lecture at Carleton University on March 21.
Graduate students pitched their research in the space of three minutes to a four-judge panel during the 2017 Carleton 3MT.
Carleton is celebrating National Engineering Month by showcasing outstanding alumni from its engineering and design programs.
The Carleton community welcomed back their two triumphant Ravens basketball teams as they returned from stellar performances at the U Sports Final Eight Championships.
Carleton is reaching out to Japanese schools as the university strives to expand and enhance the relationship between Canada and Japan.
Carleton’s engineering graduates are in on the ground floor when it comes to leading the charge in evolving industries through innovation.
Carleton University is the latest Canadian university to receive a Fair Trade Campus designation awarded by Fairtrade Canada.
Derek Burney spoke about Trump's trade policy at a Rideau Club event co-hosted by Carleton’s Centre for Trade Policy and Law in March 2017.
Catherine McKenna spoke about rapid climate innovation at the Visions for Canada 2042 conference in March 2017.
Juno-winning jazz vocalist Kellylee Evans is Carleton's artist-in-residence (AIR) at the School for Studies in Art and Culture for the winter 2017 term.
The Immersive Media Studio is using cutting-edge technologies to help showcase Canada’s historic Parliament buildings, including a virtual Senate tour.
Health Sciences student Melissa Corbin was awarded the inaugural Chief Statistician of Canada Infographic Challenge Award at Statistics Canada in Feb. 2017.