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November 2nd, 2022


Brand new Social Science Program launching in 2023

October 19th, 2022

More than 150 people at Dawson as well as external stakeholders contributed over a three-year process to develop the brand new Social Science Program, which was approved by Dawson’s Board of Governors on Oct. 12 and will be implemented in the Fall of 2023.

Special thanks to: Worku Aberra (Program Revision Committee & Program Revision Writing Committee), Chris Bourne (Program Revision Committee), Selma Hamdani (Program Revision Committee), Cornelia Howell (Program Revision Committee & Program Revision Writing Committee), Cynthia J. Martin (Program Revision Committee & Program Revision Writing Committee), Marianne Pelton (Program Revision Committee) and Lisa Steffen (Program Revision Committee & Program Revision Writing Committee); the Office of Academic Development: Madeleine Bazerghi, Catherine LeBel and Monica Lopez; and Dean Isabelle Carrier.

To see a new promotional video: go to the updated Social Science Program page: 

To learn about the new program: click Read More for the homepage news story.

Meet the 2022 cohort of Teaching Excellence recipients

October 19th, 2022

Dónal Gill (Political Science), Angela Rose Lapierre (Biology), Jaya Nilakantan (Computer Science), Gregory Polakoff (Humanities) and Emilie Richer (Mathematics) were honoured on Oct. 14 when they each received a Teaching Excellence Award from Dawson’s Director General Diane Gauvin.

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Fall 2022 Open House at Dawson

September 21st, 2022

Here is the experience of Dawson's Open House 2022. Newly added: a webinar on our brand new Social Science Program at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 25.

For your information and to share with the senior high schoolers and parents in your life, click Read More.

Blues logo gets refresh

September 7th, 2022

The Dawson Blues logo has been proudly worn by five decades of athletes at Dawson, some of whom went on to play at the national and international level, including the Olympics. It has just been refreshed.

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Strength and resolve: Welcome back Fall 2022

August 24th, 2022

Meeting in person for the first time since January 2020, the community was invited to attend the Director General and Academic Dean’s welcome back general assembly and lunch on Aug. 17. Nearly 500 people participated for what was also the first time Diane Gauvin and Rob Cassidy were able to convene the traditional Fall meeting since they took office in January and August 2021, respectively.

To learn what the DG and Academic Dean spoke about, click Read More.

Dawson celebrates its largest graduating class ever

August 24th, 2022

In case you missed it: nearly 3,000 Dawson students made up the Class of 2022, graduating from the College in the Summer and Fall 2021 and Winter 2022 sessions, making it the largest group of graduates yet. Over 800 attended three ceremonies at Place des Arts on June 22.

Arwen Low was one of three valedictorians and you can watch her inspiring address on YouTube.

For a full report and link to photos, click read more.

New coaching staff will continue building women’s hockey at Dawson

August 24th, 2022

It’s a new season and a new coaching staff for the Dawson Blues Div. 1 Women’s Hockey team.

Meet the new head coach Joey Brandone and his coaching team by clicking read more.

Basketball hall of famer Joel Tyrrell retires after 49 years of service

August 24th, 2022

Joel Tyrrell arrived at Dawson in 1973 as a Social Science student and did not really leave until he retired on Aug. 19, 2022!

His career has been “very fulfilling and appreciated,” he said in an interview with Dawson’s Communications Office.

Click Read More for a feature story on the occasion of Joel's retirement.

Dawson is Sustainability Institution of the Year

August 24th, 2022

From a field of 56 finalists, many from large universities in 19 countries around the world, Dawson was named Sustainability Institution of the Year by the Alliance for Sustainability Leadership in Education at a virtual awards ceremony in early July.

For the news release and a new video about Dawson's Living Campus, click Read More.

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Last Modified: November 2, 2022


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