If you’re keen on succeeding in a world that’s governed by change, Arthur Kroeger College can provide you with a strong foundation on which to build your future.
Fourth-year B.PAPM student Annie Kingston Miller spent the Fall term working with Mallory Whiteduck and Linda Capperauld of Carleton’s Centre for Aboriginal Culture and Education, in conjunction with the Faculty of Pubic Affairs, on a research report investigating Aboriginal Research Ethics. The project highlighted current efforts at Canadian institutions and organizations to develop guidelines and offer ... more
The 2013 contingent of Kroeger College B.PAPM students attached to the Peruvian NGO Nexos Voluntarios has arrived in Urubamba in the high Andes. They are adjusting to the altitude and beginning work on an anti-racism campaign on which Kroeger students have worked since 2011. Left to right, they are: Imaan Sandhu, Marianne Poirier, Victoria MacArthur, ... more
David Coletto, B.PAPM graduate (’04), adjunct faculty member of Kroeger College, and CEO of Abacus Data, has been named to the 2013 roster of Ottawa’s Top 40 Under 40 by the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce and the Ottawa Business Journal. The annual awards program recognizes young business leaders who give back to the Ottawa community. ... more
Three recent B.PAPM grads — Maria Loveys, Sofija Vrbaski and Mozynah Nofal — were part of the Hayat Humanitarian fact-finding convoy that visited refugee camps in Syria earlier this month, documenting conditions so as to make recommendations to various aid organizations about the needs of Syrian refugees. The team of 15 included members from Canada, the U.K., ... more
B.PAPM graduate Robyn Gibbard (’12) has been selected for the prestigious Parliamentary Internship Programme for 2013-14. The 10-month programme provides an opportunity for 10 young Canadian university graduates to work and study on Parliament Hill. Interns receive a $22,000 scholarship and spend five months working in the office of a Government MP, and five months in ... more