Research By the Numbers
Canada Research Chairs
Royal Society Fellows
Order of Canada Recipients
National Killam Award Winners
In Sponsored Research Funding
Companies Created Since 2010
Carleton University Research Centres
Visiting Scholars from 44 Countries
Faculty of Engineering and Design
Excellence and innovation in biomedical and health research were the highlights in FED this year. Dr. Adrian Chan received an Outstanding Biomedical Engineer of the Year award, Dr. Monique Frize received multiple awards in the field of Systems and Computer Engineering, and Dr. Sreeraman Rajan, Carleton’s Canada Research Chair on Sensor Systems, received a grant to improve health care using sensors.
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Dr. Brian Foss, Director of the School for Studies in Art and Culture and Professor of Art History, has spent the bulk of the last decade researching an unsung but intriguing collective of Canadian artists known as the Beaver Hall Group. Dr. Foss’s research culminated last fall in an exhibition for the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts titled 1920’s Modernism in Montreal: The Beaver Hall Group.
Faculty of Public Affairs
Dale Spencer, Assistant Professor in the Department of Law and Legal Studies, delves into the experiences, effects of, and reactions to, manifold forms of violence and victimization. Dr. Spencer is collaborating on three projects to study homelessness, policing and sexual violence, and the impact of forced indigenous adoption in Canada.
Faculty of Science
Hilary Maddin, Assistant Professor in the Department of Earth Sciences participated on a team that has identified a Canadian fossil. With its steak knife-like teeth, the fossil had long been mistaken for that of a dinosaur.
Sprott School of Business
On April 15, 2016, Sprott marked the 20th anniversary of its PhD in Management Program with a research symposium that showcased the work of students, faculty and alumni. The program also featured two panel discussions.
Faculty of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs
This year’s research highlights from FGPA included a Vanier Scholarship awarded for poverty research, and the graduation of the first cotutelle student from Carleton University,