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Friday, May 22, 2020
Energy Road Map: MoCreebec Eeyoud Enlists Carleton Students
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 path forward. The two Sustainable Energy master’s students are developing recommendations on the most viable option...
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Grad Research: Improving Public Engagement in Renewable Energy Projects
Friday, March 8, 2019
Research and Wisdom Shared at FPA Graduate Conference
From economics and political economy to public policy issues in the areas of health, technology, media and feminism, FPA graduate students from across the Faculty shared their research and ideas at the Emerging Perspectives: FPA Graduate Conference. The inaugural two-day conference is part of FPA Research Month, which runs from February 24 –...
Monday, December 3, 2018
Carleton University Achieves Top 10 Ranking in Graduate Employability Rankings
From Carleton Newsroom A new report issued by QS World University Rankings has singled out Carleton University for being among the 10 best Canadian universities for graduate employability in 2019. Carleton was recognized in the overall global ranking with its highest scores in the alumni outcomes indicator, placing 163rd globally out of more than...
Thursday, November 8, 2018
FPA Highlights Janice Pillon, MA Sustainable Energy Policy (’16)
From FPA News... Janice Pillon is a Policy Advisor at Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada. How did you become interested in sustainable energy? After receiving a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies, I spent a summer studying the emissions reduction potential of different technologies in Iceland. It was my first hands-on...
Tuesday, October 23, 2018
Energy Road Map: MoCreebec Eeyoud Enlists MA-SEP Students
From the Carleton Newsroom... By Ellen Tsaprailis Photos by Joshua Russell 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 path forward. The two Sustainable...