Carleton University

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Carleton University,

at Ottawa, Ont., Canada; nonsectarian; coeducational; founded 1942 as Carleton College. It achieved university status in 1957. It has faculties of arts, social sciences, science, engineering, and graduate studies, as well as the Centre for Applied Languages and Paterson Centre for International Programs.
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Sri Lanka is emerging as an important source of talented undergraduate students," said Rob Finlayson of Carleton University and CIS Tour Director.
The investment from the province and the federal government will help Carleton University renew existing facilities, and support new infrastructure to house the Institute for Advanced Research and Innovation in Smart Environments.
Life science company Agilent Technologies (NYSE:A) disclosed on Wednesday that it has inaugurated a new centre for life science research in partnership with Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.
India is a key undergraduate student market for Canadian universities," said Robert Finlayson of Carleton University and Tour Director.
The Performative Power of Naming: The Use of "Gay-Straight Alliance" in Debate over Ontario's Accepting School Act (Bill 13), Carleton University.
The conference, titled "The Contemporary Awakening and Imam Khomeini's Thoughts," was organized by the Iranian embassy in Ottawa and the Iranian Cultural Association of Carleton University, a student group headed by Ehsan Mohammadi, son of Hamid Mohammadi, who is the cultural counselor at the Iranian embassy in Ottawa.
8220;In particular I would like to thank the Canadian National Research Council for their early support of the development as well as the Technology Innovation Management team at Carleton University for their mentoring and skillful guidance of my company.
Fen Hampson is Chancellor's Professor and director of The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University.
Hudson previously worked as Fulbright Visiting Policy Research Chair at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.
Researchers from the National Research Council's Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (NRC-CISTI) and Carleton University have produced a map of science that aims to make it easier to navigate through millions of scientific research articles.
Addressing, via satellite, a group of students and representatives from board and faculty associated with various units of study on campus at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, the Prince reiterated the importance of listening and conversation in order to activate dialogue away from stereotypes
Carleton University & Community Based Research Network of Ottawa Pamela Grassau <Pamela_Grassau@carleton.

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