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Meet Elaine Gusella, Dawson’s new Independent Video Game Design co-coordinator

January 19th, 2022

Elaine Gusella is living out her professional dreams as the new co-coordinator of the Independent Video Game Design (IVGD) AEC Program at Dawson College and as a partner in Artifact 5, an independent video game studio. “Breaking into video games is difficult for anyone,” she said. “Historically, the industry has been male-dominated and there has…

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Tips from Dawson’s Sustainable Happiness community to weather rough start to 2022

January 19th, 2022

Chris Adam, Co-developer of Sustainable Happiness Certificate, Sustainability Office: Create micro-restorative places that calm you, bring back pleasant memories or contribute to pleasant family moments. It could be an outdoor garden project, constructing a backyard “snow restaurant” with a special lunch for young children or an indoor sitting area with plants and photos that pull…

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More than $8,000 raised for our Living Campus thanks to Dawson volunteers

January 19th, 2022

For 19 days in December, an empty storefront in Alexis-Nihon bustled with activity as a valiant squad of volunteers wrapped gifts: big ones, small ones, oddly shaped ones, hundreds of them. This special activity was offered to the College by the mall’s administration: to be the beneficiary of the gift-wrapping service leading up to the…

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Celebrating our Fall Awards Recipients

December 1st, 2021

We are proud to celebrate our Fall 2021 Awards cohort of 35 exceptional Dawson College students. Their involvement in student life, commitment to community service and determination to succeed at CEGEP enrich the Dawson community and make us hopeful about the future. Congratulations to our students! Thank you to all the donors, teachers and employees…

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Dawson’s refreshed and youthful brand to launch in the New Year

December 1st, 2021

With the input of more than 4,700 students, employees and others connected to the Dawson community, the College will be launching a refreshed and youthful brand in the New Year. Dawson’s branding project began late last spring and involved consulting the entire Dawson community through surveys, focus groups with representative samples of the community and…

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Dawson’s Living Campus ranked #1 for sustainability

November 17th, 2021

The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) recognized Dawson College as the top performer in the category of associate colleges around the world and called out the Monarch Butterfly Nursery project as an institutional highlight in its 2021 Sustainable Campus Index, published Nov. 9, 2021. This comes less than a year…

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Snow, freezing rain and other inclement weather plans at Dawson

November 17th, 2021

Mid-November means that the s-word is in the forecast. In fact, there are three s-words that Dawson’s Communications Office monitors: snow, storms and special weather alerts, such as freezing rain. If the College decides to cancel classes and in-person work: all students will be alerted via an Omnivox mandatory document all employees will receive an…

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Beyond Orange Shirt Day at Dawson

November 17th, 2021

In September, a series of activities to bring awareness of the legacy of Canadian colonialism was launched leading up to and Beyond September 30th, the National Day of Truth & Reconciliation and Mourning for the victims and survivors of the Residential School System. These events, which have been running through the semester, emphasize our roles…

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An Interview with Anahita Norouzi

November 17th, 2021

An Interview with Anahita Norouzi, artist of Other Landscapes at the Warren G. Flowers Art Gallery By Sabrina Schmidt and Victoria Berthelet-Petrecca Q: In Other Landscapes, you experiment with materials and find ways to reinvent established conventions. How did you come to discover these materials, and did this require any collaboration? A: I always begin…

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Student sets up mask-recycling initiative at Dawson

November 3rd, 2021

You can now recycle your disposable procedural masks at Dawson thanks to Dawson Professional Theatre student Nathan McDonald, Facilities Management, the Sustainability Office and the Green Earth Club (Dawson Student Union). Four drop-off boxes are located at: the 2E wing entrance 2E.19 the Atwater metro station entrance the Information Desk beside Conrod’s Nathan says he…

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