The Carleton University Fall 2020 session of Learning in Retirement (LinR) will feature a mixture of online lecture series, a writing workshop, and single lecture presentations.
The City of Ottawa is seeking comments on the planned footbridge over the Rideau River joining Carleton University & Vincent Massey Park.
Registration for Carleton University's Learning in Retirement series starts February 13, 2020. The spring 2020 program offers lectures, writing workshops, and language workshops taught by experts in their field. The courses are open to all.
Winter 2020 registration will begin on Tuesday, November 19, 2019, at 9:00 a.m. The session features twenty-one lecture series, four writing workshops, and four language workshops.
The Butterfly Show is an annual event that runs daily from Saturday, October 5, 2019, to Sunday, October 13, 2019, in the greenhouses of Carleton University’s biology department. The show features 1300 butterflies released into the Nesbitt Biology Building greenhouses where the public is invited to come visit these beautiful creatures and learn more about them.
Geoheritage Day is an annual event that highlights spectacular geological sites in and around the National Capital. Volunteers from Carleton University’s Department of Earth Sciences and the Ottawa-Gatineau Geoheritage Project are on hand at featured parks and green-spaces to explain how geological processes have shaped the regional landscape.
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.