Welcome to the December issue of Carleton Now. This month we are featuring several research-related stories, including one about psychopaths. There are also lots of photos in our photo gallery this month, so be sure to check them out. Enjoy your read.
The way that existing and new undergraduate and graduate programs are reviewed and approved is about to change at universities across Ontario. As of Jan. 2011, all programs at both levels will be assessed internally at Carleton under the direction of the newly-formed office of Quality Assurance (Academic Programs) headed by John Shepherd, the Associate Provost (Academic Quality Assurance). “It’s a positive change, as it allows Carleton to look at … Continue
Everyone remembers the moment Paul Henderson scored the Summit Series-winning goal over the U.S.S.R. in 1972. It was a pivotal moment in Canadian sports history. But could it also have affected the politics of our world? It might sound like a Canadian fantasy but a visiting research chair at Carleton is making that claim. “At that time, there were ample reasons for the Canadian government and Canadian people to be … Continue
Smita Bharadia wanted to create something that would have a lasting impact on Carleton’s campus. “When I started in Equity Services about six years ago, I Continue
Canada needs to step up to the plate and develop strong guidelines and priorities for its involvement in universities, says a School of Public Policy and Continue