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Carleton’s Faculty of Public Affairs launches Professional Institute

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Workshops Aimed at Journalists, Non-Profit Groups and Lawyers Carleton University’s Faculty of Public Affairs is launching a new Professional Institute with two workshops – one to to provide journalists with new skills in data journalism and another to provide non-profit organizations with new skills in strategic communication practices. These intensive two-day workshops will be held in June. The first will ... Read More »

Carleton launches semi-annual Advanced Leadership Program for Women

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Carleton University is launching an advanced leadership program for women in partnership with corporate sponsor Goldcorp Inc. and two of Carleton’s research centres – the Centre for Women in Politics and Public Leadership (CWPPL) and the Centre for Research and Education on Women and Work (CREWW). The new Advancing Women in Leadership Program, designed for women pursuing careers in traditionally ... Read More »

Carleton University welcomes new Canada research chair, renews two current chairs

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Carleton’s Merlyna Lim, a faculty member in the School of Journalism and Communication, has been named Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Digital Media and Global Network Society, the Honourable Ed Holder, Minister of State (Science and Technology), announced today. Carleton’s Steve Cooke, an associate professor in the Department of Biology, and Winnie Ye, an associate professor in the Department of ... Read More »

Carleton University stays open as contract talks continue

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Strike or no, Carleton University is open for teaching. The university and unions representing contract instructors, teaching assistants, and campus security staff spent the weekend in contract negotiations, but late Sunday evening there was no word of a last-minute settlement. If none was reached the two sectors — units of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 4600 and the ... Read More »

Report: students caught cheating at Saskatchewan universities


Schools use technology, common sense to fight plagiarism, cheating during exams A CBC study of Canadian universities shows Saskatchewan is in the middle of the pack when it comes to academic cheating. During the 2011-2012 academic year, 74 students at the University of Regina were brought before formal panels to face charges of academic dishonesty. That same year, 63 cases ... Read More »

Carleton University to Launch MBA Program in Colombia

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Carleton University’s Sprott School of Business is proud to announce the launch of the Sprott MBA in Bogotà, Colombia, delivered in partnership with the Colegio de Estudios Superiores de Administración (CESA). Carleton is the first Canadian university to deliver an MBA program in Colombia. With its program in Shanghai, Carleton now has a presence in Asia and Latin America. Members ... Read More »

Carleton receives $500,000 from province to explore innovations in teaching

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Carleton University will develop a teaching certificate program and an expanded academic review process with $500,000 in funding from Ontario’s Productivity and Innovation Fund. The Ontario Government announced a total of $2.15 million for Ottawa post-secondary institutions at the University of Ottawa. “The fund provides us all with the opportunity to step back from the day-to-day responsibilities of providing a ... Read More »

Ottawa’s universities, colleges get provincial boost

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By Alison Sandor Ontario is investing over $2-million into Ottawa’s universities and colleges to help them better their programs and improve their students’ learning experiences. Carleton, Algonquin and La Cite Collegiale are getting $500,000 each. John Shepherd, the vice-provost and associate vice president of academics at Carleton told CFRA they will use money to implement a new program review process ... Read More »

Carleton and the Azerbaijan Academy of Public Administration sign academic cooperation agreement

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Carleton University, through its Centre for Governance and Public Management, and the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan are pleased to announce they have signed an important Memorandum of Understanding detailing a range of academic cooperation activities. The agreement reflects growing academic and cultural relationships between Canada and Azerbaijan. The two institutions have agreed ... Read More »

Carleton University Co-op Students of the Year fly high and contribute to international scholarship program

At the National Research Council’s Flight Research Lab, a Carleton co-op student brought Canadian flight safety to new heights. This remarkable contribution has earned him the distinction of Carleton University’s Undergraduate Co-op Student of the Year. The winner, third-year Aerospace Engineering student Bradley Jung, worked in the Flight Recorder Playback Centre – a Transport Canada accredited aircraft maintenance facility where ... Read More »

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