Carleton graduate Emma Miskew returns home from Beijing, China with a gold medal this week after representing Canada at the World Women’s Curling Championship.
Miskew and her teammates on Team Homan took the gold after an 13-game undefeated streak, culminating in an 8-3 victory over Russia on Sunday, March 26, 2017.
Team Homan was the first in the 39-year history of the women’s worlds to emerge without a loss.
Miskew will look forward to the 2017 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings Canadian Curling Trials in December 2017, which will take place at the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa. The Trials will decide who represents Canada during the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea.
Miskew graduated from Carleton in 2012 with a Bachelor of Industrial Design and minor in Psychology. Read her most recent profile in Carleton Now.
More News Posts
Carleton Students Take on Tough Social Issues in Community Engaged Sociology Course
By Lucy Juneau This isn’t your ordinary university course. There isn’t even a textbook. Community Engaged Sociology, a team-based course looking to take book learning and translate it into action,... More
Province Approves Carleton’s Strategic Mandate Agreement 2017-2020
Carleton is pleased to announce that the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development has approved the university’s Strategic Mandate Agreement, 2017-2020. Click here to view the document. The agreement... More
Norman Paterson School of International Affairs Marks 50 Years
By Dan Rubinstein What do Canada’s ambassador to Italy, the Attorney General of Ontario, the Dean of Arts at McGill University, the president and CEO of the C.D. Howe Institute... More