Grad students often want to know about things happening outside their own department. Here is a list of campus newsletters and other resources that can help keep you up-to-date. In some cases, you will need to read online.

African Studies Digest (Listserv)
To subscribe, email

African Studies Newsletter
Distributed by the Institute of African Studies. Issues are available online at:

CUNorth (email listserv)
This listserv is an informal northern research network at Carleton. It features information about funding, research and other relevant northern opportunities such as the annual Ottawa-Carleton Student Northern Research Symposium. For more information, and for instructions on joining this listserv, please visit:

Carleton Events Calendar
You can access this calendar off the university home page or go directly to this web page.

EURUS Newsletter
They have a yearly newsletter that students can subscribe to online by clicking here. Past newsletters can be found by clicking here.

Explore Science@Carleton
Bi-weekly e-newsletter produced by the Faculty of Science. To subscribe, visit:, or email

FASS Newsletter
Bi-weekly newsletter produced by the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Subscribe by emailing To view the latest copy of the newsletter:

FPA Voices
This magazine-style publication comes out five times a year. This e-magazine is available on this web site. If you want to subscribe, please click here.

gLoeb Xpress
The Department of Geography & Environmental Studies publishes a newsletter that features several grad success stories.

GRAD Bulletin
You can subscribe to the Grad Bulletin, produced by the Graduate Students’ Association. Sign-up is on the GSA’s website (scroll down to the right column under the search box):

History News Sources
The Department of History’s news posts keep students up-to-date on the activities, teaching and research in History. See what graduate students are doing, and what alumni and faculty members are up to. Available at  You can also follow the Department on Facebook ( and Twitter ( to learn more about the latest news and events.

Housing Services
If you are a grad student in residence or thinking of applying to live in residence, we suggest that you visit our website. You may also want to check out our residence social media platforms:  Facebook   Twitter  Instagram  Blogs

International Students Newsletter
International Students Newsletter (published by the International Student Services Office on a regular basis). International and exchange students are automatically subscribed to this newsletter. If you would like to be added to the mailing list, instructions are available on the ISSO website.

Minwàdjimowin (Good News)
The Centre for Aboriginal Culture and Education (CACE) distributes a weekly e-newsletter that showcases the latest events and updates related to the Aboriginal community at Carleton.  Subscribe by clicking here. Latest issue is available here.

READ Initiative
You can find both their newsletter and a subscription form on this website:

Research Works
Digital publication of research stories produced by the Office of the Vice-President (Research and International). (The sign up button is at the bottom of the page)

School of Journalism & Communication
For up-to-date news in the School of Journalism and Communication, please go to this web page on a regular basis:

State of the Raven
Weekly newsletter for Carleton undergraduate students prepared by the Office of the Vice-President (Students and Enrolment). Grad students can read the latest newsletter by going to:

TA Blog (for Teaching Assistants)
Updated on an ongoing basis, this blog features short articles on teaching written by Carleton University’s Teaching Assistants. It can be found on this website:

And of course, there are many Twitter accounts that you can follow. Many of these are listed in Carleton’s social media directory. You can follow FGPA @CUGradStudies. If you want your departmental account added, please send your request to

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