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 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
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
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
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
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