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Dawson student wins biggest undergrad scholarship in Canada!

February 18th, 2020

Margaux Roncière, who will be graduating from Dawson College in Pure and Applied Science this spring, has won Canada’s largest undergraduate award: the Loran Award.

Margaux's scholarship includes university tuition for four years, $10,000 in living expenses per year and more. Click Read More to learn more about our Loran Scholar.

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Cegep programs ranking

February 18th, 2020

The Journal de Montréal, the Journal de Québec and TVA Nouvelles (all owned by Quebecor Inc.) created a ranking of public cegeps across Quebec and released several reports and a special booklet Feb. 14-15. In the lead-up to the application deadline of March 1, the Journal de Québec education reporter obtained data from the Ministère de…

CTV features 3D Animation and CGI Program

February 11th, 2020

Dawson's 3D Animation and Computer Generated Imagery Program was featured in a news report by CTV News Montreal Feb. 8. They looked into the digital effects industry in Montreal in their pre-Oscars coverage. For the news report on our website and a link to the CTV feature, click Read More.

All Access Life featured on CTV

February 11th, 2020

Last week Brad Heaven (Class of 2019) and his assistant and partner Danny O'Connor were featured on Global Montreal. This Sunday, they were featured on CTV. The pair shared their All Access Life, website and YouTube channel. Their powerful message "to never give up and just keep pushing through" continues to reach more people. Click on Read More for link to CTV News Montreal feature report.

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Brad and Danny share their All Access Life

February 4th, 2020

CTV News Montreal and Global Montreal (TV) were at Dawson College on Feb. 3 for the Social Science Week presentation by Bradley Heaven and Daniel O’Connor about their unique friendship and how they work together to improve life for people living with disabilities. Brad has non-verbal spastic cerebral palsy. Danny was 19 in 2010 when…

News report on DAWSCON

January 21st, 2020

Find out all about the most successful DAWSCON conference to date in our news report about the software conference organized by Computer Science teacher Ken Fogel.

La Presse named Hannah Tooktoo Excellence Personalité de l’année humanisme

January 14th, 2020

In the Jan. 1 New Year edition of La Presse, they looked back on the remarkable journey of Dawson College Visual Arts student Hannah Tooktoo in the summer of 2019. Click Read More for the article.

Andrew Katz’s Book Nominated for Le Prix Peuplier

December 10th, 2019

From now until May, about 30,000 kids in schools across Ontario will read all 10 of the French picture books nominated for Le Prix Peuplier. One of those books is the French version of How to Catch a Bear Who Loves to Read by Dawson teacher Andrew Katz and Juliana Léveillé-Trudel. The nominees are kid-picked, and the eventual winner will be as well. Congrats Andrew and good luck!

Read more about: Ken Fogel elected to Java Community Process Global Executive!

Ken Fogel elected to Java Community Process Global Executive!

December 10th, 2019

Teacher Ken Fogel was elected Nov. 19 to a one-year term on the executive committee of the Java Community Process. This organization, managed by Oracle Corporation, reviews all JSRs (Java Service Requests) submitted by developers and companies from around the world for changes, enhancements and even removals from the Java language. This language is used…

Dawson’s Young Women in Science on CTV Dec. 4

December 3rd, 2019

CTV News recently interviewed a variety of our young women in science programs as well as faculty members Annie-Hélène Samson and Gesche Peters. The feature is part of CTV's special coverage leading up to the 30th anniversary of the École Poytechnique tragedy Dec. 6. The Dawson feature will air  Dec. 4 during the noon and 6 p.m. newscasts and perhaps at 11:30 p.m. Click on Read More for link to the CTV website.

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