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Ours the task eternal: An exit interview with Carleton president Roseann O'Reilly Runte

It was a one-two punch. Last week, Carleton University announced its president and vice-chancellor Roseann O’Reilly Runte would depart on July 31. This week, it was announced that Runte will become president and CEO of the Canadian Foundation for Innovation. 1,234 more words

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Carleton students urged to change passwords after potential security breach

Carleton University students are being asked to change their passwords after a routine inspection turned up several devices designed to steal passwords installed on instructional computers in six classrooms across three university buildings. 341 more words

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Carleton's unbalanced approach to wellness

This op-ed appeared in the Ottawa Citizen on March 14, 2017.

It’s hard to overstate the naïveté at the heart of Carleton University’s initial decision… 622 more words


#Canada150 Day 85

Celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2017, the Aboriginal Family Festival honours cultural and traditional knowledge while teaching leadership skills to Anishinabek children & youth. Dancers range in age from 12 – 18 months to 24 years, with adults participating as mentors. 21 more words

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The Chapel

In my younger years I was a student at Carleton University in Ottawa, a relatively new institution which is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year. So I hesitate to make a comparison between Carleton and Cambridge University, which has been a seat of higher learning for more than 800 years. 510 more words


Editorial: Carleton University President Runte served the academic community well

During a month that has brought women’s issues into the spotlight in mixed ways – young women invited into the House of Commons on International Women’s Day, a male senator in disgrace for his treatment of a female teen, a federal budget acknowledging that women’s issues matter – we note with some regret the resignation of Carleton University President Roseann O’Reilly Runte. 218 more words

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Carleton University president to step down for 'new leadership opportunity'

Carleton University president and vice-chancellor Roseann O’Reilly Runte has announced her resignation from the school, effective July 31.

Her resignation, announced at Carleton’s board meeting on Thursday, follows a nine-year career with the school. 650 more words

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