Carleton University is home to experts in fields spanning engineering and design, science, the arts and social sciences, public affairs and business.
Below, you can find lists of Carleton experts available to comment on current affairs and trending topics.
Carleton Expert Available: Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion
A Carleton expert is available to discuss the federal decision on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. Ian Lee Associate Professor, Sprott School of Business Email: Ian.Lee@carleton.ca Lee has appeared multiple... More
Carleton Expert Available: 75th Anniversary of D-Day
As June 6, 2019 marks the 75th anniversary of D-Day, a Carleton expert is available to comment. Tim Cook Adjunct Research Professor, Department of History Phone: 819-776-7000 Email: Tim.Cook@warmuseum.ca Cook is a... More
Carleton Expert Available: Indigenous History Month
June is Indigenous History Month and a Carleton expert is available to comment. John Kelly Adjunct Professor, School of Journalism and Communication Email: John.Kelly@carleton.ca Kelly serves as a co-director of... More
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