Truly amazing stories in research and innovation come out of Carleton. Below are a few of our stories.
Celebrating the Carleton University Art Gallery
Some strange organisms are growing at the Carleton University Art Gallery (CUAG). There are fungi in plain sight. No, there’s no humidity problem at the gallery. The live specimens of mushroom mycelium are part of... More
Casablanca Screening: Here’s Looking at 75 Years, Kid
Carleton’s Film Studies program will screen Casablanca on Nov. 26 2017 as the university’s 75th anniversary celebrations draws to a close.
Fall Convocation: Husband and Wife Team Find Academic Success
They talk shop 24 hours a day. And love it. Whether they are grocery shopping or out for dinner, Sean and Jana Sarran spend most of their time studying and helping each other grasp engineering... More
Carleton Receives Three Canada Awards for Excellence
Carleton’s focus on Healthy Workplace, Mental Health and Excellence, Innovation and Wellness earned it three awards from Excellence Canada in November 2017.
Communication and Media Studies: Behind the Scenes of their New Video
A new recruitment video for the Communication and Media Studies program tells the story of Carleton students accepting offers of admission, feeling excited by their courses, travelling the world, graduating and eventually finding work in... More
Indigenous Communities Governing Themselves
Leaders, researchers & experts delved into how Indigenous communities can realize their right to self-government at the Transitional Governance Think-Tank.
Student Entrepreneurs Hatch Great Ideas
We live in an age of big ideas. But how exactly do you transform a great concept into the next global business empire, or at least the next thriving side hustle? Every entrepreneur defines success differently, but... More
Graduate Co-op Opportunities
Without experience, you can’t get the job. Without the job, you can’t get the experience. It’s the new graduate’s paradox, and the implications of this classic Catch 22 are only amplified when you’re looking for... More
Alastair Summerlee Joins Carleton
In 2014, when Alastair Summerlee, Carleton University’s interim president, stepped down after 11 years as president of the University of Guelph, he spent a month walking through the Kalahari Desert, from the Okavango Delta to... More
Carleton Day at Queen’s Park
A group of Carleton University researchers, students, senior leaders and staff spent the day at Queen’s Park on Oct. 25, meeting with cabinet ministers and provincial officials to discuss the importance of stable support for... More
A Tiny House Big on Style
Under an overhang of Carleton University’s Architecture Building, a pair of attractive wood-framed structures are taking shape. Small in size but ambitious in scope, they’re energy-efficient tiny houses embodying an amalgam of research, education and... More