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Carleton University is a dynamic, interdisciplinary research institution located in Ottawa – Canada’s capital. Carleton is proud of its innovative programs in sciences, business, engineering, arts, and public administration; and has realized research partnerships with numerous public and private sector organizations. Its strengths have led to international recognition for its faculty, as well as an ability to attract outstanding students. Learn more.
You are invited to The Rights and Wrongs of Girls: From Representation to Redress - a roundtable discussion exploring contemporary issues of the human rights of girls in the context of marriage, sexuality, armed conflict, motherhood, and criminal law. Timed to accompany the Too Young to Wed photography exhibit on loan to the Department of Foreign ... more
Carleton University’s Stanley Winer still remembers Doug Purvis, and knew him well before his death 20 years ago. Now he’s receiving a prize named in honour of the Canadian economist for a book he co-authored entitled Interregional Migration and Public Policy in Canada: An Empirical Study. “It’s very nice,” says Winer, Canada research chair professor ... more
The Honourable Vic Toews, Minister of Public Safety, provided an update today at Carleton University on the Kanishka Project – a five-year, $10-million initiative that invests in terrorism-focused research. Carleton has featured prominently in the federal government program. Faculty and students at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs conducted a project on chemical, biological, ... more
The Honourable Diane Finley, minister of Human Resources and Skills Development, has released Harnessing the Power of Social Finance at the Women in Leadership Foundation’s inaugural Women in Social Business Forum. This report covers the inaugural Call for Concepts for Social Finance launched last November at the Social Finance Forum in Toronto, which precipitated more ... more
Natural Resources Canada invests in Carleton University research project through the ecoENERGY Innovation Initiative Carleton University’s Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering today announced that Natural Resources Canada has made a $1.44 million investment through the ecoENERGY Innovation Initiative for a research project that will create a pilot-scale gas turbine facility to develop technology for ... more