After receiving an honorary doctorate from Carleton, Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus told a packed audience that education, curiousity and selflessness are the driving forces behind his success in using small loans to curb poverty. Foreign dignitaries, community members, international development leaders and Carleton staff, faculty, students and alumni were present to hear Yunus’ convocation address on Sept. 1, when he spoke about the need to rethink capitalism. “We … Continue
The trial period of Carleton University’s text message parking solution is off to a promising start and will likely be extended, thanks to more than a dozen regular users and positive feedback from the campus community.
During his first three years at Carleton, Tim Gull went from knowing almost nothing about his heritage to writing his final research essay on Aboriginal Continue
Last year, Carleton went green. This year, it’s going greener. Smart decision-making on small and large projects at Carleton have been key to the success of Continue
Welcome back! Carleton is offering several new degrees and program streams starting this fall. Please find some of them below. 1) Degree: Master’s of Continue
Carleton’s bookstore is one of six in Canada testing out a Rent-A-Text system this fall that will allow students to access books for half-price. An estimated 20 per cent of textbooks will be for rent at a cost of about half of the list price. Continue
When Carleton Prof. Brett Stevens goes to a party and introduces himself as a mathematician, an uncomfortable silence usually follows. “The conversation Continue
Mandi Crespo admits that navigating one of Carleton’s new master’s programs made her feel a bit like an explorer. The Missouri resident expected to face challenges moving to Ottawa to attend university, but starting a new program added to the Continue