The complex issues facing us today demand new perspectives and collaborative efforts. By uniting your drive for impact with Carleton’s expertise and network, you can make a real difference for people and the planet. You can be part of the solutions that address the causes that matter most you.
Our world’s fragile ecosystems affect every living entity and are at risk due to rising climate concerns. Carleton is working with diverse partners in a variety of areas, including green technology and policy research, to strive toward a sustainable future for all.
Health is more than the absence of disease. In partnership with its community, Carleton is working on new approaches to health and wellness that embrace its social, physical, cultural and environmental aspects – including finding new ways to maximize quality of life through electronic care, patient monitoring and prevention, and mental health support.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, our economic revival and growth must be ambitious yet equitable. We are committed to working with partners worldwide who can help us lead global efforts toward innovative, inclusive and sustainable business, foster entrepreneurial mindsets and skills among all learners and influence change in our communities, particularly among underserved groups.
Technology has never been more vital to education, jobs and human connection as it is today. And, as the world continues to face complex challenges, new technology can present solutions that improve lives. Carleton is driving innovation, training skilled workers and building more reliable and secure technology for 5G applications, autonomous vehicles and real-time data analytics, among other things.
Like you, we believe that the human potential for understanding is limitless when we experience other perspectives. Across disciplines and with the support of our partners, Carleton is fostering a sense of belonging through meaningful shared experiences. Our research and innovative approaches to teaching are connecting people and communities through art, culture, journalism and philanthropy.
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