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First phase of Learning Commons to be unveiled in September

Carleton is continuing to enhance the student experience. Plans for Carleton’s new Learning Commons are well underway, with the first stage to be implemented in September. “The Library is at the centre of the learning and research mission of the University,” says Ann Tierney, Dean of Student Affairs. “The Learning Commons will become an integral part of the Library and it is our hope that its presence will encourage students … Continue 

Students show solid future at OCRI awards

For the second year in a row, Carleton students took home the two top student prizes at the annual Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation (OCRI) Futures Awards held in late April. The OCRI Futures Awards recognize the accomplishments of students from the region’s academic institutions. The Student Researcher of the Year Award is presented to a student whose research activities and achievements reflect OCRI’s focus on leading-edge technology and … Continue 

Making dreams real

Industrial Design students show off their wares at the 27th Annual Graduation Exhibition: “I Dream.” Some examples of the projects of this year’s I.D. graduate students include, from top to bottom: Surpass system of wearable technology for women; monitoring device for high-risk Continue 

Design defined

At the annual Ottawa Branch Alumni Leadership Luncheon, guests were treated to a special presentation by world famous industrial designer, Karim Rashid (BID/82). Rashid’s perspective and clients are global, and while he considers himself more of a cultural provocateur, his projects range Continue 

FOCUS on pharmaceuticals

Journalism Professor Kathryn O’Hara (left), CTV Chair in Science Broadcast Journalism, stands with Elaine Silver, BA/95, President of the Montréal Branch of the Carleton University Alumni Association. O’Hara was in Montréal on Wednesday, April 20, speaking to local graduates as part of Continue 

Faces of Carleton

Carleton has many dedicated employees. In each issue of Carleton NOW, we introduce a person or team from the Carleton community in an effort to showcase the outstanding individuals that contribute to the University’s many accomplishments. Hidden in the tunnel level of the Herzberg Continue 

Recognizing our outstanding faculty

Carleton is home to many outstanding teachers and researchers, whose reputation for excellence spans well beyond the campus borders. As such, each year, we make special recognition of a select few who have made a significant impact in their field Continue 

Carleton sends six finalists to Edugala

Congratulations to six Carleton faculty members who were chosen as finalists for a Capital Educators’ Award. The Capital Educators’ Awards are presented annually at Edugala, an event organized by the Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation Continue 

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