Three of our dapper business co-op students represent us well on their work term at a local accounting firm. Eric, the tallest student, elevated the standard of dress by instigating Bowtie Wednesdays in the office. It's the little things.... -Katie L.
Natalie Linklater’s work on a number of youth outreach initiatives includes Go Eng Girl, which engages girls in grades 7 to 10 to explore their potential in engineering as well as Girl Guide Engineering Badge and Pathfinders STEM Badge days. She was named the third recipient of the Adrian D.C. Chan Award for Volunteer and Community Service. Mike R
Someone (or a group) in a leadership role decided that Carleton should be promoted as inclusive and welcoming. Thousands pass under these words (and flags of the world) daily - I hope they notice. Jackie C.
Passing on of collective memory and heritage to enable leadership: Martha Attridge Bufton from the library recently defended her masters thesis on an aspect history of labour organisation at Carleton. Rebecca Schein met with her to leverage that knowledge and heritage in her own leadership role within her union. - Andrew Riddles
This is a photo of Julie Lalonde--a recent Carleton graduate--receiving an award from the Governor General for her activism. Among other things, Julie was one of the leaders of the struggle to establish a student-run Sexual Assault Support Centre on campus and is the coordinator of the Carleton Sexual Assault Support Line. -Peter H.
A new online hub created by Carleton University students is pushing a variety of international policy topics to the forefront – from conflict and security to international development. iAffairs Canada, produced by the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA), provides regularly updated international affairs content, including news, op-eds, interviews, multimedia and scholarly articles. - Yinlang Wang
A colleague demonstrating leadership by identifying grant opportunities for others, when he has nothing to be gained personally. He cares about the success of the team as a whole and is constantly helpful.
Tony Bailetti is a visionary leader. He has a vision and works tirelessly to bring everyone on board. He is the first to say he can't do it alone and always makes a point to recognize individuals for their efforts and contributions to the goal. Passion, humour, commitment, respect, appreciation and hard work are hallmarks of Tony's leadership style. - Kim