Carleton University has announced its upcoming sessions scheduled for fall of 2019. Early and Late Fall 2019 Sessions will feature a total of thirty-one lecture series, five writing workshops, and six language workshops.
One of the steps being taken by the university to mitigate traffic congestion on campus is the construction of a new road called Stadium Way that will connect Bronson Avenue and University Drive through Parking Lot 5, near Carleton U's Athletic Field, MNP Park. This would be as a right-in, right-out for cars only from Bronson Ave, including a pedestrian sidewalk connection along the north side of Stadium Way, raised pedestrian crosswalks, and street lighting revisions. Construction on Stadium Way begins the week of July 2, 2019.
Over the last several months, Carleton University has been developing a strategy to best respond to the impacts of the closure of Hog's Back swing bridge this summer and the shutdown of the O-Train in 2020 for Stage 2 LRT. These projects by the National Capital Commission and the City of Ottawa are going to have a major impact on campus. In summary:
The Learning in Retirement program at Carleton University has announced the upcoming sessions for Spring 2019.
Carleton University Learning in Retirement has announced the upcoming session scheduled for Winter 2019. The session will feature a total of twelve lecture series, two writing workshops, and two language workshops. The lecture topics include art, architecture, politics, history, music, physics, and literature.
Registration will begin at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, November 20, 2018.
Summer 2018 session, June 5-28, will feature seven unique and exciting lecture series. Registration begins May 15, 2018.
Registration for the 2018 Early Spring, Late Spring, and May Evening Sessions of the Learning in Retirement series at Carleton University begins on Tuesday, January 30, 2017, at 9:00 a.m. Here are some of the courses offered:
Joseph Scanlon, a long-time Old Ottawa South resident and renowned journalist, professor and researcher, died suddenly May 2, 2015, at 82 years of age.
Known as "Joe" to many colleagues, friends, neighbours, and former students, Scanlon resided for decades at his welcoming home on Aylmer Avenue, both during and after his tenure as professor and director of the journalism school at Carleton University.