Tanya Talaga to Deliver 20th Annual Kesterton Lecture at Carleton
Carleton University’s School of Journalism and Communication will host the 20th annual Kesterton Lecture Seeing/Saying: Journalism, Indigeneity and Hard Truths, presented by award-winning journalist and celebrated author Tanya Talaga. The... More
Science Café – Chronic Pain: Uncovering a Path Towards Better Treatments
As part of Carleton University’s Science Café series, Michael Hildebrand of the Department of Neuroscience will present Chronic Pain: Uncovering a Path Towards Better Treatments. When: Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019... More
Carleton to Host Sixth Annual FPA Research Month
Carleton University’s Faculty of Public Affairs (FPA) will host the sixth annual FPA Research Month. The month-long event will explore, examine and engage with research by FPA faculty and students... More
Update: Carleton Parliamentary Initiative to Host Panel on Artificial Intelligence and Elections with Minister Karina...
Carleton University’s Initiative for Parliamentary and Diplomatic Engagement will host Artificial Intelligence, Democracy and Your Election – which will explore the impact of artificial intelligence on democracy and election integrity, featuring... More
Carleton’s Author Meets Readers Event to Discuss Open Government in the Digital Age
Carleton University’s Amanda Clarke, assistant professor in the School of Public Policy and Administration, will discuss how the Canadian federal government has transitioned into the digital age and adjusted to... More
Carleton to Celebrate 400 Years of Black Excellence in Canada
Carleton University’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and the Afro-Caribbean Mentorship Program (ACMP), in collaboration with the School of Social Work, Equity Services and the Black Student Alliance, present... More
Science Café – Deep Underground, Looking for Dark Matter
As part of Carleton University’s Science Café series, Simon Viel of the Department of Physics will present Deep Underground, Looking for Dark Matter. When: Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019 at 6:30... More
Postponed: CU in the City Talk – Sanctuary Cities: Refuge, Citizenship, and the Politics of...
Please note, due to the impending snowstorm on Feb. 12, this event has been postponed. Carleton University’s Prof. Jennifer Ridgley of the Department of Geography will host the Faculty of... More
Carleton Expert Available: International Development Week
As International Development Week takes place from Feb. 3 to Feb. 9, a Carleton expert is available for comment. Logan Cochrane Banting Fellow, Global and International Studies Email: Logan.Cochrane@carleton.ca Cochrane... More
Carleton to Co-Present the Fourth Annual African Film Festival of Ottawa
Carleton University’s School for Studies in Art and Culture (Film Studies) and the Institute of African Studies in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences will present the fourth annual... More
Carleton to Host Launch of Healthy End of Life Project Ottawa
Carleton University will host the launch of the Healthy End of Life Project (HELP) Ottawa – an innovative, inter-professional, cross-institutional research initiative led by Prof. Pamela Grassau at the School... More
Carleton to Host Discovery Lecture on the History and Future of Medicine with The Economist’s...
Carleton University will host the 2019 Discovery Lecture The Past, Present and Future of Medicine, presented by Natasha Loder, The Economist’s health policy editor. Loder will discuss modern-day advances through... More