New directions for environment and health research at Carleton

Research in the area of environment and health is an area of strength at Carleton University, and is being targeted for strategic development in order to further promote excellence and the impact of this research. To open discussions among researchers and the Office of the Vice-President (Research and International) to establish an action plan, Acting Vice-President Kim Matheson hosted a special “blue sky” session on Wednesday, August 29, 2007 for close to 50 Carleton faculty, professional staff, students and external experts. The purpose of the event was to discuss the benefits and opportunities of a collaborative, integrated and strategic approach to this research, as well as to identify the activities and structures that would facilitate such an effort.

Once the outcomes of the session have been collated, participation and input will be invited from the broader Carleton community.

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