Monthly Archives: May 2015

Permafrost conditions along the Dempster Highway, Peel Plateau Region, Northwest Territories

Blog post featured in The Canadian Federation of Earth Sciences written by Brendan O’Neill, DGES PhD candidate  “The road wound steadily north as our SUV passed through snowy mountains under a cloudless March sky. Once again, my colleague Jeff Moore and I … Continue reading

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Meet May Chazan at the launch of her book

The Grandmothers’ Movement: Solidarity and Survival in the Time of AIDS May Chazan completed her MA & PhD in Geography at Carleton & this book is derived from her PhD research. Join in celebration for a gathering of academics and … Continue reading

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Introduction to Geocaching and the DGES for EMCP Students

Each year, Carleton University, the University of Ottawa, La Cité Collégiale and St. Paul University offer a week-long enriched learning experience to bright and highly motivated high school students in grades 8-11 (Ontario) and Sec. 2-5 (Québec). More than 3,000 … Continue reading

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Carleton professor leads community-based learning initiative

By Michelle Zilio | Print this article Featured in Carleton Now May 2015  First-year students in the seminar on sustainable environments hosted an eco-workshop at Churchill Alternative School, a community-based learning initiative. (Photo provided by Paul Williams) Carleton geography and … Continue reading

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