Faculty briefs

  • Arts and Social Sciences– On March 11, 2005, the Ottawa Chamber Music Society will devote an entire concert to the chamber music of Carleton Music Professor, Patrick Cardy. The concert is part of the Society’s Winter Festival, March 11-13. It will take place at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Ottawa at 8:00 p.m., and will feature a variety of performances, including a few world premiers.

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  • Public Affairs and Management– Carleton Professor of Business, Linda Duxbury, and one of her classes were featured in the February/March 2005 issue of Canadian Government Executive. The class had been researching ways in which the Public Service could improve recruitment efforts. To view the article, go to: www.cangovexec.com

    – The Reader’s Digest Foundation has announced a five-year commitment to support research undertaken by students in the Master and Bachelor of Journalism degrees at Carleton. The Foundation has pledged $10,000 per year to establish the Reader’s Digest Research Fund to underwrite costs incurred by students in the course of their journalistic enterprise.

    – The Centre for European Studies (CES) at Carleton University has launched EU-Learning: CES Presents the European Union On-line (carleton.ca/ces/EULearning/index.html), an innovative, web-based educational tool for high school students. EU-Learning aims to generate interest in European integration studies, and assist students in exploring the world outside of Canada through the Internet.

    From – http://www.now.carleton.ca/2005-03/707.htm

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