Grad Research: More Effective Software

–Written by Mitch Jackson While in India, current Electrical and Computer Engineering PhD student Sunint Khalsa was a regular reader and admirer of Dr. Yvan Labiche’s research at Carleton University. “One day, I found myself sending my... More »

Grad Research: Disability History in Canada

PhD Student Sandy Barron is focusing on disability history in Canada – an emerging field that is exploring not only the experiences of people with disabilities, but also how disability challenged and changed social and political life for everyone.... More »

Basketball Hoops and Dreams

The Carleton’s Women’s Basketball team took the country by storm this past year, ending up with a bronze medal at the U-Sports national championship in Victoria, B.C. It was their best performance ever! Catherine Traer, a master’s student in... More »

Grad Research: Vibrating Caterpillars

PhD Biology student Chanchal Yadav and two grad alumni are in the news these days over their research.  Along with Professor Jayne Yack and a colleague from Brazil, they published a paper on how caterpillars use vibrations to attract nest mates.... More »