Carleton University’s roots as a non-denominational college supported in part by charitable donations from the Ottawa community make it unique among Ontario universities. Founded in 1942, Carleton was created in response to the need to help provide the young people in Ottawa, many of whom had taken on jobs to cope with the pressures of the Depression.
We take pride in our institution and are committed to providing the programs and services that contribute to Carleton University being an employer of choice.
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A consortium of nine Canadian universities and Indian partners, led by Carleton, Ryerson and Simon Fraser, strengthened its position in India with the opening of offices that provide space to focus on entrepreneurship and innovation. The announcement was made today by Roseann O’Reilly Runte, Carleton’s president and vice-chancellor, at a press conference in New Delhi.
These Top 25 received a prize of $3,000, registration and accommodation at Congress at Brock University (provided by the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences), and an invitation to participate in an exclusive research communications workshop at Congress.
Carleton attracts leading researchers who are committed to innovation, collaboration and taking innovative approaches to addressing critical real-world problems,” said Rafik Goubran, vice-president (Research and International). “Congratulations to both our newest CRC, Dr. Robertson and to Dr. Gruber on his renewal.
The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) and Carleton University’s Co-operative Education office are pleased to announce a partnership to expand career opportunities for students within the autonomous vehicle (AV) sector and to advance Ottawa’s position as the AV capital of Canada.
The Carleton University Student Emergency Response Team (CUSERT) is a volunteer campus emergency response team serving the Carleton University community. Operating under Carleton’s Campus Safety Services, CUSERT provides on-call emergency medical response services for the entire Carleton campus twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, as well as first aid coverage at university events.
On June 20, academics joined civil society and funding organizations from across Canada at Carleton University to launch Community-Campus Engage Canada, a network that will strengthen connections between participating institutions and co-create socially innovative research that’s equitable, ethical and respectful.
For over 40 years, Carleton University has been offering Ottawa’s finest sports camp experience for kids aged 4 to 17. Check out our wide variety of sports camps and children’s programs offered year-round.
The Carleton University Students’ Association (CUSA) is an incorporated, not-for-profit, student-run organization. We are your undergraduate student government, your campus services, your clubs and societies, your student life, your community campaigns, your students’ association. If you are a member of CUSA, you are encouraged to take advantage of the services, events, and programming that we offer.
Artemeva’s first task at SLaLS was to design and implement a course that would satisfy the requirement of the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board to introduce a written and oral communication component into the engineering curriculum.
It is very welcoming and friendly to international students. Plenty of supports and services for both study and future career.
I really liked the community and the support Carleton provides the students. I did not expect to get involved within the community. It is also very international, the students are made up of diverse backgrounds which provides an openminded environment.
The courses for this program were well set up, interesting, and relevant to the overall objective of the program. However, there was a limited number of resources and designated work spaces for people completing their final year project, such as designated meeting spaces and computer labs.