Carleton University is a dynamic, interdisciplinary research intensive institution with a creative international approach to research that has led to many significant discoveries and collaborations in science and engineering, business, public policy and the arts. Home to many award-winning researchers, Carleton is uniquely committed to discovery, knowledge, and understanding of the world around us.
At Carleton, research is the air we breathe and we are so pleased to showcase our many recent successes in our yearly Research and International Review.
Carleton University Research and International Review 2022
In 2022, Carleton celebrated its 80th anniversary, providing an opportunity to reflect on how the university has evolved and changed through the years. This year epitomizes this evolution, with tremendous successes, awards and growth in our research enterprise.
Carleton University Research Review 2021
The 2021 Research Review highlights the extraordinary growth in research, discovery, partnerships and impact, despite the challenging circumstances of a global pandemic. Our award-winning researchers rose to the challenge and delivered important innovative research findings, new industry and community collaborations and a notable rise in funding.
Carleton University Research and International Review 2019
Our community is charging ahead with more exciting research projects, awards and collaborations than ever, and with 929 faculty members and 30,416 students, we have many success stories to celebrate. Some exceptional highlights this year include our contributions to the realms of energy efficiency, accessibility and autonomous vehicles.
Carleton University Research and International Review 2016/2017
This was a particularly remarkable year for Carleton as we looked back to our founding in 1942 as a fledgling college for returning Second World War veterans. As we celebrate our 75th anniversary, we are proud of the progress we have made, particularly in our ever-growing research programs.
Carleton University Research and International Review 2015/2016
This year’s highlights in research excellence include seven stories in the fields of sustainable energy, European, Russian and Eurasian studies, sensory technology, fundamental physics, water and global health, political science, and anthropology.