Join the Lifelong Learning Program from February to March for the Winter 2024 session, featuring topics on popular music, art, a scientific and historical exploration of ADHD, memoir writing, and more! Registration opens Wednesday, December 6, 2023 at 10:00am. Early Winter This year, a special course in January is planned. Join Dr. Elliot Tepper for another round of Behind the Headlines: Current News and World Events, running as a bonus series from January 17th…
The Early Fall 2023 LLeaP Learn session from September 11 – October 23 offers courses to explore climate and environmental studies, political philosophy, poetry, and more! Registration opens Tuesday, August 1st at 10:00 a.m.
The Carleton University Lifelong Learning Program (LLeaP) is back in session for March and April. Registration is open for classes as follows.
The Lifelong Learning Program (LLeaP) of Carleton University is offering three online lecture series, as well as three in-person art gallery series, for early Fall 2022. Registration for the session, which will take place from September 12 to October 21, opens August 10, 2022, at 10am.
The Lifelong Learning Program at Carleton University (LLeaP, formerly known as the Learning in Retirement Program) has announced their offerings for the early spring 2022 session. The session details are found on the Lifelong Learning Program website. Due to pandemic-related restrictions, classes will be offered in an online format. Registration begins February 15, 2022. Lecture Series:
Joining the western side of Brewer Park to the Carleton University campus is a well-used footbridge tucked alongside the Rideau River. The construction material is quintessentially Canadian: the railings are made of wooden hockey sticks! The commemorative plaque, somewhat worn and graffiti-ed, installed on the bridge reads:
The City of Ottawa is seeking comments on the planned footbridge over the Rideau River joining Carleton University & Vincent Massey Park.
The first floor of Carleton’s MacOdrum Library is now home to a city-focused resource centre — the Ottawa Resource Room. The official grand opening, on February 4, 2016, was an opportunity for library staff to provide tours of the space and give an understanding of how it operates.
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.
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