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Industrial Design students win provincial design competition

November 29th, 2023

Four Dawson students in the Industrial Design Program won first place in the provincial Odysée de l'objet en 48 heures competition for college students across Quebec held Nov. 10-11-12 at Université de Montréal.

Visit the link for the homepage news story, which includes a link to a City News TV report.


Canadore College and Dawson College to collaborate on Sustainable Happiness

November 29th, 2023

Canadore College in North Bay, Ontario, and Dawson College will be working together to improve the overall well-being of our respective campuses and communities. The two institutions recently signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on advancing a Sustainable Happiness Certificate.

Please visit the link for the joint news release.


Read more about: Doug Smyth’s photo in Birds Canada calendar

Doug Smyth’s photo in Birds Canada calendar

November 9th, 2023

Physical Education faculty member and Nature photographer Doug Smyth’s photo is featured in the Birds Canada 2024 Calendar, which is mailed out to 15,000 people across Canada. Kate Dalgleish of Birds Canada said that “in 2023 nearly 2,000 photographers submitted images, so the competition is fairly fierce. A few of Douglas’s shots were in the…

Dawson grad and student are finalists for College Writers Award

November 8th, 2023

Charles Brisson (third-year student in 3D Animation and Computer Generated Imagery) and Nemesis Jarry (Class of 2023- Arts, Literature and Communication – Literature) are two of three finalists for the Quebec Writers Federation College Writers Award.

The winner will be announced at a gala on Nov. 13.

To read their writing entered in this competition and for interviews with them, go to the homepage news story: https://www.dawsoncollege.qc.ca/news/q-a-with-dawson-semifinalists-for-the-qwf-college-writers-award/

To read the QWF press release, visit the link below.


Dawson K-Pop team was front page news

November 8th, 2023

Dawson’s K-Pop dance team, IntenCITY, under Campus Life, was featured on the front page of The Montreal Gazette on Nov. 1. The dancers hosted a Random Dance Play activity where snippets of K-Pop songs are played. If you know the choreography of the dance, you jump onto the dance floor and dance in unison. The activity always brings a lot of spectators and of course, K-Pop dance fanatics.

“Dawson has competed in the Intercollegiate Triple Crown K-Pop Dance competition the last four years,” said Michelle Lee of the Campus Life team in Student Services. “We brought home the trophy the last two years. We compete against Vanier, Marianopolis, Champlain, John Abbott, and last year, Brébeuf was included. Each school performs three dances. Dawson’s team, IntenCITY, is strong again this year and is working hard to hold onto the trophy at the 2024 competition.”

People of all ethnic backgrounds are part of this community, not only Koreans, Michelle says.

 


Dawson moose activity made the news

November 8th, 2023

The First Peoples’ Centre hosted a traditional moose field dressing and cookout on the west grounds of the College on Oct. 24. Under the guidance of elders and knowledge holders, Cree, Inuit and Kanienʼkehá꞉ka students participated in the preparation, while welcoming other members of the Dawson community to participate as well. Over the course of the day, students from many communities were able to reconnect with customs not commonly practiced in our urban setting.

Tiawentí:non Canadian of the First Peoples’ Centre oversaw the planning of the successful event that will generate other learning opportunities over semesters to come. This winter, students will tan the moose hide during an outdoor activity, and Brian Mader of the Environmental Science program will use the moose skull for a biology course activity. The food prepared during this initiative will feed students at the First Peoples’ Centre well into the winter semester.

The First Peoples’ Centre thanks Living Campus and the Dawson Foundation for providing a chest freezer for food storage following the event.

CBC News was on campus to report on the activity. See their coverage of the story here: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/moose-butchering-quebec-cree-college-montreal-1.7008894

Photo credit: Tristan Beauregard 


Field trip to Canadore College

October 25th, 2023

Jenn de Vera, Sophie La Font and Chris Adam of Dawson's Office of Sustainability were in North Bay, Ontario this week to visit Canadore College.

"Dawson is entering an exciting partnership with Canadore that will further define what it is it be a Living Campus that offers high impact practices, research and experiential learning to reconnect people, community and Nature," Chris Adam said before the team left.

More to come...

Photo: Jenn de Vera on a tour of Canadore.


Four teachers honoured with Teaching Excellence Award

October 25th, 2023

Four outstanding teachers at Dawson received the Director General’s Teaching Excellence Award on the occasion of Ped Day on Oct. 13:

  • Hannah Heath-Engel (Biomedical Laboratory Technology)
  • Audrey Juhasz (Mathematics)
  • Roger Machaalani (Chemistry)
  • Nicola Martino (Italian).

Please visit the link for the homepage news story.


French teacher and poet launches book

October 25th, 2023

Marc-André Lévesque, a college French instructor, will release his fifth book of poetry, Tricératopcanon, in October. The book will be available in stores beginning October 17. A launch event was held Oct. 19 at the Atomic Café.

The book explores the theme of an impending apocalypse caused by dinosaurs reappearing on Earth, with everyday experiences related to dinosaurs forming the basis for most of the poems. The collection is written entirely in French, and includes several neologisms and a few citations in English.


Theatre students win first and second place in playwriting competition

October 11th, 2023

Three Dawson Professional Theatre students were finalists in Infinithéâtre’s The-Write-Stuff playwriting competition: Marcel Paré, Alina Ichmouratov and Elliot Million-Lovett.

Marcel`s play Cadillac took first place and Alina`s play Egg tied for second place. The plays by finalists were read by professional actors on Sept. 25 at Parc Drolet-Rachel.

Dawson`s Communications Office interviewed the three young playwrights. Visit the link below to read transcripts of those interviews.


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