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Vernissage Season goes digital

May 26th, 2020

Close to 200 students in six Creative and Applied Arts programs at Dawson College have been looking forward to their vernissage shows for three years. Vernissage events, often called openings or exhibits outside Quebec, are much more than wonderful celebrations of our talented students’ work at the conclusion of their program. Critical for students’ education… Read More – Vernissage Season goes digital

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A decade of transformation at Dawson leads to SALTISE award for Ian MacKenzie

May 26th, 2020

Ian MacKenzie’s work has “transformed the classrooms, programs, and even the academic culture” of Dawson College. These words come from the official nomination of Ian MacKenzie for the 2020 SALTISE Best Practices & Pedagogical Innovators Award. Ian has taught English at Dawson since 1992 and over the years has contributed in many ways to the… Read More – A decade of transformation at Dawson leads to SALTISE award for Ian MacKenzie

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ScienceFest Conference a Virtual Experience for students in 2020

May 19th, 2020

ScienceFest is an annual conference celebrating the knowledge, creativity and passion for learning science of Dawson College students. The conference showcases work, projects, and activities from across the Science, Medical Studies and Engineering (SMSE) programs and in collaboration with initiatives such as SPACE. The usual lively festival of science featuring sessions of talks, poster presentations, live demonstrations… Read More – ScienceFest Conference a Virtual Experience for students in 2020

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New graduates of Diagnostic Imaging on the frontlines

May 19th, 2020

Grateful, surreal, overjoyed, bittersweet are some of the words that new graduates of the Diagnostic Imaging Program at Dawson College used to describe their feelings about graduating early during the COVID-19 pandemic. The College went through a process to determine that each student met the competencies of the three-year career program. Twenty-one students learned they… Read More – New graduates of Diagnostic Imaging on the frontlines

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The “why” of the Dawson Blues Band

May 12th, 2020

The Dawson Blues Band has been actively preparing for the launch of their first video, Lean on Me, slated for Tuesday, May 19. The premiere of the first song will be a celebration to cheer the Dawson College community and friends of Dawson. “I am inviting everyone who feels cheered by our music to support… Read More – The “why” of the Dawson Blues Band

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Dawson College will remain mostly a virtual campus for Summer and Fall semesters

May 12th, 2020

Dawson College will continue to offer most courses online for the Summer and Fall Semesters in order to protect its students and staff and the greater Montreal community. Montreal remains a hot zone for COVID-19. The Ministry of Education has directed all CEGEPs and universities in Montreal to continue offering courses online. There will be… Read More – Dawson College will remain mostly a virtual campus for Summer and Fall semesters

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Students share their recipes and the stories behind them for unique assignment

May 12th, 2020

The Sociology of Food is a deep dive into the world of food for final-year students in Social Science, especially those in the Child Studies Profile. “Usually this course involves experiences planting and cooking together and a tour of Mount Royal,” said teacher Anna-Liisa Aunio. When the shutdown happened March 13, Anna-Liisa had to change… Read More – Students share their recipes and the stories behind them for unique assignment

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Witness to humanitarian crisis develops award-winning industrial design to help refugees

May 5th, 2020

Third-year Dawson College Industrial Design student Alejandrina Hernandez returned to her home country in late 2018 to visit family and friends and the experience marked her. Nightmare experience “Venezuela was a nightmare,” she said. “I could not recognize my city. It had changed for the worse.” Alejandrina and her family had immigrated to Canada in… Read More – Witness to humanitarian crisis develops award-winning industrial design to help refugees

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No limits for Lieutenant Governor’s Youth Medal recipient Bradley Heaven

May 5th, 2020

Bradley Heaven (Social Science, Class of 2019) is again showing the world that there are no limits and that you can do whatever you want. The new graduate of Dawson College and entrepreneur has won the Lieutenant Governor’s Youth Medal, awarded by Quebec’s Lieutenant Governor to students who “demonstrate a sustained voluntary action at the… Read More – No limits for Lieutenant Governor’s Youth Medal recipient Bradley Heaven

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Dawson’s Daycare continues to be a Living Daycare online

May 5th, 2020

For the past three years, Dawson’s Sustainability Office has offered special weekly activities during the winter semesters at Dawson Daycare. Appreciation for Nature “Our goal is for these children to grow up with an appreciation for Nature and to use Nature as a mentor,” said Jennifer de Vera of the Sustainability Office. “Through this work,… Read More – Dawson’s Daycare continues to be a Living Daycare online

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