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Open House on Sunday, January 31

January 7th, 2016

Open House will take place on Sunday, January 31, 2016 from 1-5 p.m. On this day, the College is open to prospective students and their families, and anyone thinking of applying to CEGEP or transferring programs. This is a chance to meet and talk with current students, teachers, advisors, admissions and other non-teaching staff about… Read More – Open House on Sunday, January 31

Catherine Fichten

Adaptech’s Catherine Fichten honoured with Leadership Award from California State University

December 7th, 2015

The Center on Disabilities at California State University, Northridge will award Dr. Catherine Fichten its Fred Strache Leadership Award at the Annual International Technology & Persons with Disabilities Conference in March 2016. This conference, commonly known as the CSUN Conference, is the largest, oldest and only university-sponsored conference of its kind. It is now in… Read More – Adaptech’s Catherine Fichten honoured with Leadership Award from California State University

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Applying to CEGEP by March 1? Need information?

November 13th, 2015

The departments and programs of Dawson College want to assure potential students that we greatly value your interest in us, that our Open House has been delayed due to difficult labour negotiations, and that we expect it to be rescheduled at the nearest possible date. We encourage you to get in touch with our program… Read More – Applying to CEGEP by March 1? Need information?

Monarchs Butterfly Tagging

Dawson releases over 175 monarch butterflies

October 1st, 2015

As part of the Living Campus initiative with Sustainable Dawson, faculty, students and staff nurtured monarch chrysalises and caterpillars over the last three weeks. The pièce de résistance was the tagging and releasing of 175 monarch butterflies into the Peace Garden. According to the World Wildlife Federation, the monarch butterfly will travel between 2,000 –… Read More – Dawson releases over 175 monarch butterflies

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Exhibition in Australia with Dawson College Visual Arts students

June 29th, 2015

Julianna Joos of the Fine Arts Department is having a solo exhibition at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, in Brisbane, Australia. She has invited 18 students from the Visual Arts Program, registered in her Printmaking I classes, to exhibit with her; the students are : Melisa Badea, Rossana Chacon, Lucas Cormier-Afleck, Aidan Ferguson,… Read More – Exhibition in Australia with Dawson College Visual Arts students

Law, Society and Justice at the National Assembly yesterday

February 18th, 2015

Students from the Law, Society and Justice Student Association (and others) visited the National Assembly in Quebec City yesterday. Upon arriving, they had lunch in the National Assembly restaurant. Afterwards, they toured the National Assembly and then watched Question Period. The issues that appeared on the news last night (searching high school students, zoning of… Read More – Law, Society and Justice at the National Assembly yesterday

Dawson College Model UN at McGill University’s McMUN Conference

January 27th, 2015

Last weekend, the largest ever Dawson College Model United Nations delegation of 57 students represented Dawson College at the McGill Model United Nations conference (McMUN) at the Sheraton Hotel Thursday through Sunday. This year McMUN continued its progression into one of the premier Model UN conferences in North America by attracting large numbers of student… Read More – Dawson College Model UN at McGill University’s McMUN Conference

Research Ethics Board Call for Members

October 31st, 2014

The Dawson College Research Ethics Board (REB) is currently seeking members. For more information and to apply, click here.

Announcement: Isabelle Carrier, new Assistant Dean, Social Science and Business Technologies

October 24th, 2014

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Isabelle Carrier as Assistant Dean, Social Science and Business Technologies. Isabelle has been with Dawson College since 2004 when she joined the History and Methods departments, the latter for which she serves as Coordinator. In addition to her teaching duties, she is involved with Dawson’s Kiuna partnership… Read More – Announcement: Isabelle Carrier, new Assistant Dean, Social Science and Business Technologies

Thomas Henderson steps down as head of CRISPESH

October 15th, 2014

Thomas Henderson, who has been the Director of CRISPESH since February 2012, will step down from his duties on November 7 to take a position as Director General of Giant Steps School which specializes in education for students on the autism spectrum. Dawson College and the Cégep du Vieux-Montréal were awarded the CCTT (College Technology… Read More – Thomas Henderson steps down as head of CRISPESH

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