Truly amazing stories in research and innovation come out of Carleton. Below are a few of our stories.
LVD Fitness is a strength-centric, socially conscious fitness brand created by a current Carleton student and a recent grad.
The Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS) has created a virtual reality exhibiting showcasing some of the most iconic spaces on Parliament Hill.
Carleton is always working to encourage women in engineering by emphasizing recruitment in Engineering and other STEM subjects.
CIIX is an innovative new program at Carleton University focuses on creating sustainable infrastructure that protects the environment.
In 2017, the Centre for Research and Education on Women and Work celebrates 25 years of helping women move into leadership roles in the workplace.
Prof. Linda Duxbury's new book aims to start a national conversation about elder care and work-life balance in the Canadian labour landscape.
The Ottawa Holocaust Survivors Testimony Project, organized by Carleton's Mina Cohn, tells the stories of 10 local people who survived the Holocaust.
A company started by two Carleton University students called Desk Nibbles promises regular deliveries of healthy snacks to your workplace.
Volunteers play a crucial role in providing peer-to-peer disability services at Carleton University's Paul Menton Centre.
Prof. Michel Nakhla has won the highest award possible from the Canadian branch of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
Master of Journalism student Liam Harrap is going in-depth on the ecological impact of oil and gas industry seismic lines in the northern Alberta.