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Unfold ALC Festival Fall 2021

December 1st, 2021

Unfold, the title and theme of this year’s Arts, Literature and Communication (ALC) Festival, presents creative works by students in the ALC program made in the first semester of in-person learning since March 2020. To unfold is to smooth surfaces, to disclose what is or has been hidden from view, to reveal secrets and potentials. Unfold celebrates the opening up and continuation of our lives as the pandemic starts to wane.

Some of the works in the festival reflect upon the changes undertaken in the last 18 months and speculate on changes still to come.  Others address how COVID has altered our customs of interaction with each other and the effects these transformations have had on our family life and friendships. All the works on view remind us that new ways of knowing and being are always unfolding.

Click Read More to go to the Unfold Festival landing page.


Dawson College Model UN attends SSUNS

December 1st, 2021

Dawson College Model United Nations sent 38 delegates to the Secondary Schools’ United Nations Symposium, which took place Nov. 11-14. Organized by McGill University, SSUNS hosts hundreds of students from across the world and allows students to address various issues relating to global stability.

Thanks to a rigorous fall training season, we wish to highlight the exceptional diplomatic performance of the entire delegation throughout the event. Our delegates distinguished themselves through their perseverance, and were recognized by the following awards: the Lester B. Pearson Award for Peacemaking, the Nellie McClung Award for Advocacy, the Pierre E. Trudeau Award for Diplomatic Finesses, Outstanding Delegate, and Honourable Mention.

-Submitted by Caroline Chochol & Julie Johnson (DCMUN Faculty Advisors)


Beyond Orange Shirt Day at Dawson

November 17th, 2021

A committee at Dawson has been hard at work to ensure that Dawson does more than just mark Sept. 30.

Click Read More for a report about Beyond Orange Shirt Day from the committee.


de Maisonneuve to re-open Nov. 8

November 3rd, 2021

The STM will complete its work by Nov. 8. The City of Westmount will continue working in the area to finish installing road signage. When this work is finished, De Maisonneuve Boulevard will once again be open to traffic between Atwater and Wood.

The sidewalks and bike path will open on Nov. 8.


Join us for Dawson’s first ever Certificate Day on Nov. 10

November 3rd, 2021

Certificates offer students from all programs the opportunities to interact in a learning community of fellow students and teachers who share a passion for thinking about and finding solutions to a specific contemporary issue. Students currently can take along with their DEC a certificate in Women/Gender Studies, Hellenic Studies, Peace Studies, Decolonization and Indigenization, and as of this year, SPACE: Arts and Sciences and Environment and Sustainability.

Interested in learning more about any of these certificates? Wondering about how to get more involved or the possibilities for co-teaching a certificate course with a colleague? If so, we invite you drop by the Lower and Upper Atriums on Wednesday, Nov. 10 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.

For more information, please contact LC Certificate Lead Pat Romano at promano@dawsoncollege.qc.ca.


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Academic Dean: Opening the door to dialogue

November 3rd, 2021

I have had the opportunity to speak with some 20 faculty and staff in recent weeks at two meet-and-greets. These occasions have provided exciting and welcome opportunities to re-connect with the Dawson community. Before I go into further detail about these events, it might be useful to introduce myself, how I first came to Dawson…

Come cheer for the Dawson Blues at home games

November 3rd, 2021

You can come cheer for the Dawson Blues basketball teams again at home games! The first ones were Div. 2 last Friday (women won their first game against Collège Montmorency 61 to 47). The next home game is Friday, Nov. 12 for Div. 1 women at 6:45 p.m. against Champlain – St. Lawrence and men at 9 p.m. against Collège Ahuntsic.

Drop by P.A.R.C. in the Lower Atrium or email athletics@dawsoncollege.qc.ca to get your tickets or for more information. Please note that you must show your vaccine passport and wear a mask to attend games.


The Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Campaign at Dawson

November 3rd, 2021

Poppies are available on a donation basis at one of the following Dawson locations:

  • Information Booth (second floor atrium)
  • Library Circulation Desk (5C.03)
  • Campus Life & Leadership Office (2E.06)

Lest we forget.

-Submitted by Kaye Francis of Student Services 


Thank you Team Open House 2021

November 3rd, 2021

Dawson’s Open House 2021 was reimagined this year to help visitors experience the best version of the College and all it has to offer. We achieved record-breaking attendance by keeping the best elements of the first online Open House in 2020 and introducing new features and in-person tours for the first time since 2019.

Gone were the one-hour waits to have questions answered and navigating a hot, loud and crowded building. This year the maximum wait time for a question was not more than 2-3 minutes during the chat sessions for Open House on Oct. 24. Team Dawson Open House 2021 made sure the event was useful, smooth and pleasant for everyone.

Director General Diane Gauvin and Academic Dean Robert Cassidy would like to thank the more than 150 faculty members, current students and deans as well as managers, professionals and support staff from the Registrar's Office, the Communications Office, the Sustainability Office, Information Systems and Technology, Student Services, the Office of Academic Development and more.

Special thanks to Carey-Ann Pawsey, Jennifer de Vera, Lucy Segal, Ivana Bonaduce, Catherine Fusk, Marien Griffin, Dianne Hawryluck, Irene Kakoulakis, Antonina Nobile, Michele Pallett, Julie Pellegrino, Madalina Radu, Jane Valihora, Diane Wong, Carmela Gumelli, Julie Brosseau, Laura Paterson, Tommy Diamantakos, Maxwell Jones, Mylène Saucier, Dana Dragomir, Donna Varrica, Christina Parsons, Jonathan Perlman, Chris Georgieff, Pat Phutthavong, Virginia Law.

Click Read More for the report about our successful Open House 2021.


Live Model Drawing sessions every Monday evening

November 3rd, 2021

The Fine Arts Department is pleased to invite current students and employees to:
Live Model Drawing Sessions
(funded by the SSAP and Dean of Creative & Applied Arts)

Every Monday evening from 6-9 p.m. in studio 2G.4 until Nov. 29

Photo: artwork by Alexandra Louwagie.

  • Only current Dawson students and employees can attend
  • Maximum attendance is 30 people - first come, first served
  • You must bring your own materials
  • Masks to be worn at all times
  • No eating or drinking allowed in the studio
  • Use of phones or cameras prohibited in the studio

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