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Long-time NPSIA professor named director of acclaimed international affairs school

For Prof. Dane Rowlands, working with Carleton’s Norman Paterson School of International Affairs is like being at a buffet. But now he’s the head Continue 

Amanda Clarke

Trudeau Scholarship winner heads to Oxford

Carleton student Amanda Clarke has been awarded a Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Doctoral Scholarship worth $180,000. Clarke was one of 15 Canadian and international doctoral candidates to receive the coveted scholarship. “The Trudeau Continue 

Faculty accomplishments

FASS accomplishments feted at 2008 vin d’honneur The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) feted its faculty’s accomplishments at the FASS vin d’honneur on March 19, 2008. Originally held to honour faculty members who have contributed new publications to their fields of expertise, Continue 

Nuclear non-proliferation and arms control expert is new chair in international affairs

Trevor Findlay (far right) has been appointed as the first William and Jeanie Barton Chair in International Affairs at Carleton University. Findlay Continue 

Pull up a chair

For really good stories, you pull up a chair and listen. The stories of William Barton and Ruth Bell—long-time Carleton University donors whose recent generosity established two Chairs in the Faculty of Public Affairs— are these types of stories. Vienna, Geneva and New York were just a Continue 

International specialist heads the Canadian Centre of Intelligence and Security Studies

Fen Hampson, the director of the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA), announced the appointment of Jez Littlewood as the new Continue 

Leaving a legacy of strength at NPSIA

Two faculty members who have made immeasurable contributions to the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) retired at the end of June. Martin Rudner stayed until the close of business on June 29, “until the last light was out.” Continue 

Seeing the importance of faith in the fight against HIV/AIDS

Student’s research makes a difference to Ugandans Sharon Peake–who graduates this June with a master’s in international affairs from the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA)–focused her research essay on Continue 

NPSIA introduces new cluster in national security and intelligence

The post-911 world has lead to a greater demand for graduates with expertise in intelligence and international security matters. In response to this need, Continue 

Norman Paterson School of International Affairs program beats out Harvard’s

Ahead of ivy-league Harvard and second only to Johns Hopkins—this is how Carleton University’s master’s degree program in international affairs ranked in Continue 

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