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Industrial Design Grad Karim Rashid Opens Exhibition at Ottawa Art Gallery
Karim Rashid, Carleton University’s well-known industrial design graduate, has returned to his roots for the first large-scale Canadian presentation of his work at the Ottawa Art Gallery. The show, Karim... More
Mayor Jim Watson Visits Carleton Chapter of Engineers Without Borders for Talk on Sustainability
To build a sustainable world, you start at home. Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson explained to Carleton University students on Oct. 11, 2018 how Ottawa is hoping to change the world... More
New Degree Focuses on Digital Media Storytelling
As media organizations dismantle their print editions and increase their online presence in myriad platforms, Carleton University has launched a new undergraduate program to teach students how to be digital... More
Energy Road Map
The MoCreebec Eeyoud First Nation in Moose Factory, Ont., wants to reduce energy costs and take ownership of power consumption. Carleton University students Joshua Russell and Keelia LaFreniere are helping them figure out the best... More
It’s So Much More Than Math
Asked to reflect on when her interest in engineering began, Megan McEwen tells a story about her ninth birthday, when she ripped the small circuit out of a musical birthday card. Examining the extracted device, she... More
And the Oscar Goes to…
Photos Courtesy of Paul Austerberry This past awards season, Carleton architecture alumnus Paul Austerberry (BArch/89) scored a double feature for his work on Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water. After a big win at... More