Truly amazing stories in research and innovation come out of Carleton. Below are a few of our stories.
Lifting Macdonald Gardens Park
Carleton Prof. Susan Ross and her grad students help the Lowertown Community Association achieve heritage designation for Macdonald Gardens Park.
Carleton Moves on Talks to Buy Dominion-Chalmers United Church
Carleton’s Board of Governors has approved a motion to formally negotiate the potential purchase of the historic Dominion-Chalmers United Church.
Media and Mass Atrocity
When Pulitzer Prize-winning war correspondent Paul Watson is reporting from the field, he searches for one element — a smell, a sound, an article of clothing — that will transport his audience from the comfort of their... More
Minister Kent Hehr has announced $1.65M in funding to support the Research and Education in Accessibility, Design & Innovation (READi). training program
Chris Hadfield Lands at Carleton for SOAR Conference in 2018
If you’re putting on a conference called SOAR!, having astronaut Chris Hadfield there to speak is about as appropriate as it gets. Carleton University’s SOAR Student Leadership Conference will welcome Hadfield as keynote speaker at... More
Reducing Methane Emissions
Methane measurements in Canada’s oil and gas sector were the focus of a full-day symposium at Carleton University on Nov. 20, 2017.
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