We all face unique and difficult challenges from the coronavirus (COVID-19). As individuals, organizations and corporations, we’re experiencing disruptions and uncertainty. Long-term challenges face our society, with implications for public health, politics and the economy.
Share Kindness is Carleton’s academic, research and community response to these challenges. It’s the idea that, even in these unprecedented times, we can do good together.
Now, more than ever, we believe in our capacity to share kindness. Join us and make your impact at the Hub for Good.
Moments of Good
We’re recognizing the moments of resiliency, empathy, friendship and hope among our community near and far. Share your Moment of Good with us today!
More Moments of Good
Make an Impact Through the Hub for Good
Explore opportunities for collaboration with Carleton’s community. These are ideas and initiatives that have the capacity to make a difference.
Thinking Big and Taking Action
At Carleton, we’re weathering this storm by moving forward, thinking new, and building connections among our socially distant neighbours, partners and friends.
Across the university, our community generates knowledge and programs to tackle pressing issues. Discover the big ideas, innovative research and new initiatives that take action against COVID-19 and the challenges it poses.
Carleton Research Is Doing Good During the Pandemic
A part of our institutional response to the pandemic, the Carleton University COVID-19 Rapid Response Research Grants are providing over $800,000 in seed funding to faculty for original, innovative and time-sensitive research that responds to the pandemic. The 59 selected projects will build our understanding of COVID-19 and its societal impacts.
There are five key areas of research:
- Business, Economics and Modelling
- Epidemiology, Testing, Tracing and Security
- Mental Health, Wellness and Social Adaptation
- International and Indigenous Communities
- E-Health, Technology, AI and Autonomous Systems