The International Day of Mathematics (IDM) will take place for the first time this year. All countries are invited to participate in this worldwide celebration of mathematics on March 14 (Pi Day: 3/14). Activities are planned for both students and the general public in schools, museums, libraries and other spaces. Dawson’s Mathematics Department is organizing…
Wear your Pink Shirt Feb. 26
Get out your Pink Shirt! Tomorrow is Pink Shirt Day. CLL invites everyone to join people across Canada who are standing up to bullying on Wednesday, Feb. 26. Come to the Upper Atrium and write a message of kindness on a tiny pink t-shirt card. In exchange, you will receive an "Always Be Kind" pin and a coupon for pink cotton candy to sweeten your day.
Hop on the Dawson bus in the St. Patrick’s Parade
Enjoy the music and merriment of the Dawson College bus in the St. Patrick's Parade on Sunday, March 22!
Sign up in Omnivox > Student Services > St. Patrick’s Day Parade RSVP.
Give blood today and tomorrow at Dawson
Your blood may be needed by someone who has had an accident, is having surgery or is being treated for an illness: 1,000 donations of blood are needed every day. Donate blood today and tomorrow at Dawson College in 3C.1:
Tuesday, Feb. 25: 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Feb. 26: 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Dawson College’s Counselling department will be hosting a Drug and Alcohol Awareness Fair for all students and staff March 25 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Lower Atrium. Our goal is to provide relevant information about drug and alcohol use in order to help students make informed decisions. We will have a number of…
Uprisings from the South series begins Feb. 14
North South Studies, with the collaboration of academics, journalists, Human Rights organizations, activists and engaged members of communities from the South, has organized a series of conversations about the ongoing social uprisings.
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Dawson students build wind turbines in 3 hours
Five teams of Dawson Science students participated in the annual Déplace de l'air competition at Polytechnique Montréal Feb. 8. They had three hours to build an operational wind turbine from scratch using only the materials provided. The best among them produced 1150mV during testing. Dawson's best entry placed 14th of about 60 teams.
The risk of Canadians contracting the Novel Coronavirus is low, according to Health Canada. Most people with common coronavirus illness will recover on their own. The Public Health Agency of Canada is working with international partners to actively monitor the situation and is posting updates online. Protect yourself and others You can reduce exposure and the…
Come and celebrate Black History Month today from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.and support the Division 1 Women’s Basketball Team at the Cultural Food Fest, offering traditional delicacies from Africa, the West Indies and Central America. Help support these young women on their road to the Provincial Championships March 1 & 2 at Dawson College. Today,…
DAC offers lunches & special events for employees
DAC stands for the Dawson Activity Club and it is a great way to meet people at Dawson College and enjoy lunches and activities once a month. The next DAC event will be in March and will likely be related to St. Patrick's Day.
All employees are welcome to join DAC. It only costs $1 per pay. To join, visit Gianna Smith in 2E.6.
Last Modified: March 3, 2020