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Vice-Presidents give annual address

Carleton Provost and Vice-President (Academic), Alan Harrison, and Vice-President (Research and International) both gave annual presentations to faculty and staff last month. Both highlighted Carleton’s many accomplishments and new initiatives in Continue 

Video revolution

It all began with a complaint from his roommate. Now, Sajeeth Cherian’s video solution promises to revolutionize the world of television and convert this fourth-year engineering student into a dynamic entrepreneur. Last year, Cherian’s roommate was lamenting the amount of time his Continue 

A world of experience

For a long time, Master of Social Work graduate, Quan Hong knew he wanted to be a social worker. “I decided to pursue social work because I have been helped so much in my life by social workers who came from all over the world,” remarks Hong. He had his first experience with the Continue 

Ontario Innovation Trust – funding fall-out

The Ontario Innovation Trust (OIT) has been instrumental in assisting Ontario universities strategically grow their research enterprises through the development and acquisition of infrastructure. This has in turn attracted the best and brightest Continue 

Carleton committed to employment equity

In reference to the upcoming random audit of Carleton’s employment equity program, under the Federal Contractors Program (FCP), Equity Services Director Barbara Carswell says it’s “a welcome opportunity to demonstrate a history of hard work, Continue 

CUSA Student business is good business

There is no doubt that coffee is an important part of the university experience. The all-too-common mix of late nights and early mornings makes that much-needed caffeine fix even-more necessary. But when was the last time you thought about where Continue 

Former University of Vermont assistant coach to guide women Raven’s program

Christine Lauzon, a London native, and a graduate of the University of Vermont has been selected the head coach of the Carleton University Women’s Continue 

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