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Meet Our New Vice-President (Finance and Administration)

Michel Piché is Carleton’s new Vice-President (Finance and Administration) and he recently sat down with writer Maria McClintock for a Q & A interview. Q: Tell us about yourself. A: I have been married for over 26 years and I have three children, two boys and a girl, and the youngest is 13 years old and the oldest is 21 (he is not going to Carleton because I wasn’t here … Continue 

Happy Thanksgiving!

As we all get ready for the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, Carleton Now spent some time with Dining Services’ executive sous-chef, Rick Lapierre to bring some fun turkey tips your way. Whether you’re a “seasoned” chef in your own right, or if this may be your first time hosting a Thanksgiving dinner, we hope you’ll enjoy this mini video series on how to: Cook and choose your Thanksgiving bird Carve that bird like … Continue 

October is Healthy Workplace Month!

October is Healthy Workplace Month across the country, an initiative celebrated by Canadian institutions and companies to keep their employees mentally and physically sound. In 2009, Carleton adopted Excellence Canada’s Healthy Workplace Continue 

Community Collaboration Creates Campaign Success

Caitlin MacGregor, acting manager of the Academic Advising Centre, has shifted from library user to library supporter. She’s one of the reasons that the Collaborate campaign, Carleton’s most ambitious fundraising effort to date, has already Continue 

Enriching Students’ Lives Since 1996: ESP Celebrates 20-Year Anniversary

When Ottawa Police Constable Jafeth Maseruka was in high school, his primary focus was on basketball and socializing. While he was a star on the court, Continue 

Carleton Student Helps Build School in Nicaragua

A Carleton student is using his design skills to improve the lives of Nicaraguan students. Parker Armstrong, a third-year Carleton student in architectural conservation and sustainability engineering, spent last summer in the Central American Continue 

EURUS Student Named to Prime Minister’s Youth Council

Aaron Taylor was doing laundry when he read the email: he had been shortlisted to become one of 15 young Canadians to join the Prime Minister’s Youth Council. “You know how you sometimes have a feeling that there is something you are meant Continue 

Numbers Rise for Students in Co-op

Hard work is paying off for Carleton’s Co-op students – in greater numbers too. Carleton University’s Co-operative Education (Co-op) program has collected its fall 2016 employment information and the number of co-op positions secured by Continue 

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