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Dawson College moves most in-person exams online

November 27th, 2020

(MONTREAL- Nov. 27, 2020) Most in-person final examinations for the fall semester at Dawson College will now take place online. “In response to new guidelines from the Ministère de l’Enseignement supérieur and the Direction régionale de la santé publique with respect to a period of voluntary confinement, as well as important logistical constraints, Dawson College…

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National magazine features Dawson’s environmental programs and innovative arts programs

October 16th, 2020

Dawson College is featured in the Maclean’s 2021 Canadian Colleges Guidebook, which came out across Canada in September. You can now access the two features digitally: Dawson’s extraordinary vernissage season for the graduating students in six programs in Creative and Applied Arts was featured: These Dawson College students missed out on a live gallery show. So…

Investigation concludes; dialogue with Theatre community begins

September 18th, 2020

MONTREAL (Sept. 18, 2020) – The investigation into the very serious allegations against Winston Sutton of the Professional Theatre (Acting) Program has concluded. Effective today, Winston Sutton is no longer employed by Dawson College. “I would like to acknowledge receipt of the complaints and the many messages sent to the College,” said Richard Filion, Director…

A Statement from Director General Richard Filion of Dawson College

September 1st, 2020

(MONTREAL- Sept. 11, 2020) – Recently, there has been much media coverage and social media discussion about the allegations against Winston Sutton of the Professional Theatre (Acting) Program. I wish to provide some more information to clarify the situation and to assure the public that the College is listening to the complaints. Silence does not…

Science Fest 2020

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…


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…


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…


Time to get your bike out!

May 5th, 2020

Spring is always a good time to reconsider your transportation options. One of the best ways to prevent health problems and boost your immunity is to stay healthy. Bicycling is probably the simplest way for you to maintain cardio-vascular health on a daily basis. When we are back on campus, you can get to work…


A message from Steve Hatajlo, President of the Dawson College Foundation

April 7th, 2020

Since January, I have been serving as the Interim President of the Dawson College Foundation. When I accepted this mandate, I could never have imagined the crisis we are all living through at this moment. At the last meeting, we were looking forward to our spring fundraising events, including Artists in Bloom, the Tony Proudfoot…


Innovative research advancing sustainable campuses in Mexico and Canada

April 7th, 2020

A board game and an e-book are the two major outputs of a research project that spanned four years and brought together academic and community partners in Canada and in Mexico. “Research is usually something researchers do and they produce academic articles for academic journals,” said Dawson College’s Gisela Frias, Profile Coordinator of North-South Studies….

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