Global Impact

Changes Lives in Honduras

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At Carleton, we believe experiences outside the classroom are vital to a student’s development and growth. We believe these experiences instill in students a sense of purpose and of global responsibility, both of which continue to shape their lives long after they graduate. Over the next six weeks, we’re featuring stories from students and recent… Read more »

Carleton’s Culture of Philanthropy in Full Bloom

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Becoming a Global Citizen in Finland

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At Carleton, we believe experiences outside the classroom are vital to a student’s development and growth. We believe these experiences instill in students a sense of purpose and of global responsibility, both of which continue to shape their lives long after they graduate. Over the next six weeks, we’re featuring stories from students and recent… Read more »

Storytelling in Ghana

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At Carleton, we believe experiences outside the classroom are vital to a student’s development and growth. We believe these experiences instill in students a sense of purpose and of global responsibility, both of which continue to shape their lives long after they graduate. Over the next six weeks, we’re featuring stories from students and recent… Read more »

Meet Our Champions: Dan Fortin

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The Champions series by Sarah Brown profiles those who are supporting social and economic good in society. This is Carleton’s founding premise and it’s being celebrated on the cusp of the university’s 75th anniversary in 2017. Learn more about Carleton’s most ambitious comprehensive fundraising campaign. Together, we’re #HereforGood.    Dan Fortin, BEng/78, LLD/09, stepped straight out of university and… Read more »

Carleton’s Day for Good is November 29

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  Some days, you’ll agree, are better than others. Since 2013, the Carleton community of alumni, faculty, staff, students, parents, and friends have come together each year to celebrate #GivingTuesdayCA. Year after year, we have rallied in support of promising student projects and inspiring research initiatives. This year, we hope you will join us. On November… Read more »

Meet Our Champions: Dr. Chris Carruthers

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The Champions series by Sarah Brown profiles those who are supporting social and economic good in society. This is Carleton’s founding premise and it’s being celebrated on the cusp of the university’s 75th anniversary in 2017. Learn more about Carleton’s most ambitious comprehensive fundraising campaign. Together, we’re Here for Good.    He’s the Chair of Carleton University’s… Read more »

Meet Our Champions: Linda Ann Daly

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The Champions series by Sarah Brown profiles those who are supporting social and economic good in society. This is Carleton’s founding premise and it’s being celebrated on the cusp of the university’s 75th anniversary in 2017. Learn more about Carleton’s most ambitious comprehensive fundraising campaign. Together, we’re Here for Good.    Linda Ann Daly, BA/71, has always… Read more »

Addressing the critical challenge of water and public health

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On March 22, 2016—this year’s World Water Day—the Jarislowsky Foundation announced that it chose Carleton University as the home for a $2M investment to establish a chair in Water and Global Health. With this support, Carleton researchers will be able to contribute significantly to combating the world’s serious environmental issues pertaining to water and public health…. Read more »

Investing in the Ability to Imagine

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Katie Rychliski, a Human Rights and Political Science student, has been given a richer post-secondary experience because of donor-funded programs. She’s traveled internationally to discuss and solve world problems, become active in student groups, has received financial aid and has never felt prouder to be a Raven. This is her story.  — Carleton has given… Read more »