Faculty Briefs


The annual Maclean’s Guide to Canadian Universities has named Dave Tait, Assistant Professor with Carleton’s School of Journalism and Communication, as one of Carleton’s most popular professors. Tait joins Paul Attallah, Roger Bird and Peter Johansen as most popular professors in the School of Journalism and Communication.


Carleton’s Rob Winger, a doctoral student in cultural mediations was recently honoured with the CBC Literary Award for Poetry in English. Winger received the $6,000 first prize for his work “Selections from Muybridge’s Horse.”

On March 12, Carleton hosted a Sexuality “Intercourses” conference where professors and graduate students from several different disciplines, including History, English, Law, Sociology, Canadian Studies and Journalism presented their latest research on sexuality. The conference also included a session on student activism, and the possibility of developing sexuality studies at Carleton.


The Carleton University School of Industrial Design will hold its Annual Graduation Exhibit at the Carleton University Art Gallery from April 24-27. This exhibit will feature work from graduating students and lower-year students from the school.

Fourth-year Computer Systems Engineering students Brian Baribeau and Heng Chhay Chao won second place in the “Explanatory Communications” category at the Canadian Engineering Competition in Hamilton, Ont. The three-day competition brought nearly 150 engineering students from across Canada to participate in eight different events, from debate to design competitions and explanatory communications.

From – http://www.now.carleton.ca/2004-04/312.htm

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