We are searching for volunteer guest lecturers from our talented faculty who are interested in getting involved in the F20 Gender Matters course. Held Wednesdays from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., one guest per class presents topics from their discipline as it pertains to gender. Past topics: Exploring Works By Ursula Le Guin, Anthropology of Gender, Gendered Spaces, Economics of Gender,…
More than 30 employees and students from the English-language CEGEPs are receiving training at Dawson College to prepare them to serve in long-term care centres (CHSLD) and other healthcare facilities as assigned by the local health authority, the CIUSSS. Dawson College and Collège de Maisonneuve are the two designated training sites for the Montreal CEGEP…
Revised calendar and exam schedule
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Is this quarantine cramping your style?! Do you want to stretch your horizons and learn some tools to improve your health? As part of their internship, third-year Physiotherapy Technology students will be offering a series of webinars on various health promotion topics. Sessions will take place every Monday and Wednesday at 11 a.m. via Zoom….
Over 40 Nursing students complete program early
On April 17, over 40 members of the Class of 2020 Dawson College Nursing Program completed their program. This was about two weeks ahead of schedule to allow the new graduates to contribute to the healthcare system now.
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Optogonetics is among the most widely employed techniques to manipulate neuronal activity. It uses a combination of light and genetic engineering to control the cells of the brain, resulting in behavioural manipulation. In essence, a behaviour can be “turned on or off” using a light stimulus. The therapeutic implications of this technique are monumental. However,…
At Resist Violence, we’re watching the ways in which social inequalities in relation to Covid-19 are being addressed. In some instances, this may become a frustrating endeavour. Preserving our sense of personal agency, faith in everyday actions, and connection to others is key. Although we are unable to make our voices heard in the streets at this time, we do…
Board game and e-book advancing sustainable campuses
Gisela Frias (Coordinator of North-South Studies) was in Mexico last month to promote a board game and an e-book produced as part of the Sustainable Campuses Initiative.
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Dawson’s Virtual Campus opens
Dawson College began a big move yesterday: the move online to our new Virtual Campus.
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Last Modified: April 28, 2020