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Carleton journalism grad new host of Ottawa Morning

When Robyn Bresnahan was a fourth-year Carleton journalism student in 2001, she worked with the CBC radio show Ottawa Morning. She  never imagined she would eventually host the city’s number one radio program 10 years later. Bresnahan will start Continue 

Convocation: Yvonne Langen wins H.M. Tory Award

Journalism and Women’s Studies alumna Yvonne Langen will receive the Henry Marshall Tory Award at the November convocation. Langen, who is currently doing graduate studies at the University of Toronto, is receiving the award for her academic Continue 

Print journalism’s days numbered: former Toronto Star publisher

For centuries, newspapers have offered a voice to the vulnerable and have uncovered countless travesties that might have otherwise gone undiscovered. But print Continue 

Teaching achievement

he Teaching Achievement Awards were established in 1991 to enhance the teaching of the recipients and the quality of instruction at Carleton. Selection for the awards is based on demonstrated excellence in teaching and on the quality of the teaching development projects proposed. These Continue 

News in brief

Something to talk about: major debating championships held at Carleton University The Carleton University Debating Society hosted one of the top major student debating tournaments, the CUSID-APDA North American Debating Championships, from January 25 to 27, 2008. More than 70 teams from all Continue 

Faculty accomplishments

Biology professor co-authors chapter in new book on dragonflies and damselflies Professor Mark Forbes, the Canada Research Chair in ecological parasitology and wildlife conservation, has co-authored a chapter in a recently released book entitled Dragonflies and Damselflies: model organisms Continue 

What do Carleton University readers think of The Unfinished Canadian?

Journalism professor Andrew Cohen’s latest book, The Unfinished Canadian: The People We Are, has been provoking debate and dialogue since it was published on Continue 

Journalism students intern in Rwanda

Allan Thompson is the driving force behind a media internship program that has given 20 Carleton University journalism students and new graduates first-hand knowledge in the daily hardships faced by African journalists. He hopes these experiences Continue 

News in brief

CU partners with CHIN Radio Carleton University is delighted to receive close to $120,000 from CHIN Radio, Ottawa’s premier multicultural/ multilingual broadcaster, which will support 10 music and journalism scholarships, a multicultural concert series, and a multicultural music Continue 

El-Aggan Family Muslim Community Award supports journalism and communication students

It’s a perfect match—a generous local family partnering with Carleton University’s School of Journalism and Communication to create a bursary Continue 

Edward Greenspon on terror and the press

On January 31, more than 200 students, faculty, staff and members of the public took the opportunity to hear Edward Greenspon, BJ/79, Editor-in-Chief of The Globe and Mail, discuss the implications of the often tenuous relationship between the Continue 

Journalism internship leads to Hockey Hall of Fame dream

Fourth-year Journalism student Francine Charbonneau was able to do something this spring that most NHL players and Canadian hockey fans can only ever dream about – hoist the Stanley Cup over her head. Charbonneau did that and much more when she Continue 

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