Researchers at Carleton University’s Sprott School
of Business explore complex management issues
through applied, interdisciplinary research and
collaborative partnerships. Our activities are aligned
along three core strengths: international focus,
innovation, and responsible management.
The dramatic increase in refugees worldwide poses
pressing challenges to societies and organizations.
Sprott’s Luciara Nardon is exploring the career
experiences of refugees and the unique barriers they
face in entering the workforce in Canada and Australia,
as well as the role of organizations in their integration.
In the rural community of Longido, Tanzania, water
access, storage and purification are critical issues.
Sprott’s Troy Anderson, alongside Onita Basu and
Bjarki Hallgrimmson from Carleton’s Faculty of
Engineering and Design, is leading a multi-year,
interdisciplinary project aimed at addressing this issue.
The project involves professors, students, Tanzania
Education and Micro-Business Opportunity (TEMBO)
and community leaders in Tanzania.
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