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Sprott is hot

The Sprott School of Business has been busy this semester building its portfolio with success. The School has introduced new scholarships, taken steps to improve its research capacity and started a series of new professional development programs, to name but a few ongoing initiatives. The latest project is the new Sprott Entrance Scholarship for Excellence. High school students who attain an average of 90 percent or higher are eligible to … Continue 

Professor has hand on the pulse of Aboriginal music

Carleton is helping put a disjointed Canadian Aboriginal music heritage back together. A Canadian Heritage Grant has allowed the University to create a project called “Native Drums” that will establish an on-line music resource for Aboriginals and non-Aboriginals alike. “The project will put Carleton on the map because there is nothing else like this in Canada,” says Music Professor and principal investigator for the project, Elaine Keillor. “The information on … Continue 

Students gain from group discussions

By developing a unique approach to teaching language, Carleton’s French Department is making it easier for students to communicate “en Français.” Writing support and oral discussion groups are offered to undergraduate students in addition to Continue 

Ph.D. student gets experience on international stage

The Asian tsunami has put earthquakes and other natural disasters in the minds of researchers all around the world. Here at Carleton, one Ph.D. student is getting international recognition for his studies on these devastating phenomena. VietAnh Continue 

Research leads to stronger communities

Volunteer organizations will have a better sense of their impact thanks to a research partnership with Carleton University. For the past four years, Carleton researchers have been working with volunteer organizations across Canada through the Continue 

Undergraduate programs benefit from COU audit

Carleton University’s undergraduate programs are being put to the test. The University always strives to make its programs better, and soon they will have scientific evidence to support these efforts. In 1996, the Council of Ontario Universities Continue 

Perking up the hockey slump

Suffering from hockey withdrawal? Thanks to a new partnership with the Ottawa 67’s, Carleton’s Alumni Association can help get you out of the slump! Just $36 will get you a family pack of four tickets to see a 67’s game. Included in the $36, Continue 

Carleton professor puts shyness in the spotlight

Carleton Psychology Professor Robert Coplan was recently awarded a grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to gain a better understanding of young children who struggle with shyness. Coplan will study shyness in children and Continue 

Bachelor of Humanities student says busy is best

Carleton student Kim Curley is graduating from the Bachelor of Humanities program with an A+ average, the Canadian Graduate Scholarship, at a value of $17,500, and full funding to pursue her Master of Arts in English Literature degree next year at Continue 

Public Administration grad begins career with the United Nations

An undergraduate degree in political science, first-hand experience in the developing world and now a master’s degree from Carleton’s School of Public Continue 

Carleton ensuring safe travel

Recent bombings in Madrid, combined with increasingly hostile situations around the world have Canadian students thinking about a bit more than simply learning a new language and adjusting to a new culture. Carleton International, the department Continue 

Leaving a legacy – funding dreams

Carleton currently offers more money in scholarships and bursaries than any other Canadian comprehensive university. Generous donations, co-ordinated and managed by Carleton’s Development team, have made this possible. Development Program Officer Continue 

Board of Governors approves new Institute of Cognitive Science

Carleton is giving its Cognitive Science program a new home. The decision to establish an Institute of Cognitive Science will bring individual identity and Continue 

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