Help CU Grad Student Win 3MT People’s Choice Award
The National Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition is on. You can help Carleton grad student Daniella Briotto Faustino win the People's Choice Award. All you have to do is to... More
Graduating PhD Student’s Research May Help Save Lives
--Written by Ty Burke The treatment may be as bad as the disease. Or at least that’s a common refrain from cancer patients suffering the acute effects of radiation therapy.... More
Carleton Grad Student Wins an NSERC Science Action Award
Brandon Robinson, a Carleton graduate student, has just won one of NSERC’s prestigious Science Action video awards. He placed second in the English category. .Robinson, a Master of Applied Science... More
Did You Hear? Some Butterflies May Use Hearing Aids!
Did you know that some butterflies can hear, and some even have use “hearing aids”? That’s what Biology student Carrie Sun found out when she started conducting her master’s research.... More
New Sun Grad Bursary Recipient is Researching Traditional Oral Storytelling
--Written by Ty Burke “Education got us into this mess, and education will get us out” Chief Commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Senator Murray Sinclair summed up the... More
Grad Research: Are Giant Lecture Halls Conducive to Learning Mathematics?
--This story was written by Burke The new economy isn’t so new anymore, and by now, it’s no secret that Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) graduates are its ultimate... More
Grad Research: Data-mining Jane Austen
Before there was Mr. Big, there was Mr. Darcy. Tall and handsome, wealthy and witty, aloof and arrogant…Fitzwilliam Darcy made a poor first impression in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice... More