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Recognizing Catherine Moore for exceptional leadership in Nursing

May 18th, 2022

Catherine Moore has been working in Dawson’s Nursing Department since the fall of 1974. She has taught generations of students within the same family and seen others become colleagues. In light of National Nursing Week last week (May 9-15) and her upcoming retirement, Dawson would like to thank Catherine for her exceptional leadership and lifelong commitment to shaping Quebec’s future healthcare workers.

“Nursing is finally getting recognized for the valued profession it is," she said. "This is solely due to all the nurses, teachers and students who have worked tirelessly and selflessly during the pandemic.”

Each year, over 60 Dawson Nursing students graduate after completing over 1,000 hours of direct patient contact, providing them with the knowledge, skills, and aptitudes to provide excellent care.

"Nursing allows you to deal with all aspects of the person; physical; emotional; mental; spiritual. As you put the whole picture together, you become an excellent advocate for patients' needs," said Catherine. "Nothing is more satisfying than having a patient say 'Thank you for being my nurse today.'"


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In memoriam Lyle Cruickshank

May 4th, 2022

Obituary: https://montrealgazette.remembering.ca/obituary/lylecruickshank-1084813413  Those who are unable to attend can watch the service May 7 at 2:30 p.m. on Zoom or YouTube. Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84587856503?pwd=SlFqaW5NQ1RvYldiWUh4NEF5MDBNZz09 Meeting ID: 845 8785 6503 Passcode: 947671 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2ICJBtfw0Gu8-r6QZ0UvFg

Caroline Blouin

New Coordinator of Student Services

March 23rd, 2022

We are thrilled to welcome Caroline Blouin as the new Coordinator of Student Services. She has worked for many years at different post-secondary institutions, particularly in Ontario, in services that supported students and their academic success. We are confident that our students and staff will benefit from her experience and knowledge of college-aged students and that she will prove to be a great asset for our team and for the College.


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Pat Powers, retired New School teacher, has passed away

March 23rd, 2022

We were saddened to hear of the passing earlier this month of Pat Powers, retired teacher and driving force of the New School since its inception. He was 77. Pat’s remarkable life is told in the obituary lovingly composed by his spouse, which can be read here where you can post a message. Jacinta Luis,…

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History teacher Emmanuelle Simony has passed away

March 9th, 2022

In the sadness of the passing of Emmanuelle, we can warmly recognize her life. She has always been an example of a class act, with a core of steel forged in personal experience. Barriers made her taller and challenges made her stronger. Her descriptions of her origins in Morocco resemble a fairy tale, from her…

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Christine Lister named manager of new AccessAbility team

March 9th, 2022

Dawson has been experiencing a period of unprecedented staff renewal over the past two years, with change happening in many areas including the Academic sector and Student Services. The Student AccessAbility Centre is one such service, with an almost entirely new team of support staff, professionals and managers. The latest change to the roster is…

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Longtime Dawson employee, James Richards, has passed away

February 16th, 2022

James Richards, a familiar figure at Dawson for almost 20 years, died on Saturday, Feb. 12 at the age of 73. James began at Dawson as a security guard in 1994 before joining the staff of Plant and Facilities (now Facilities Management). He retired in 2013.

Apart from his good humour and helping hand in performing his duties, James was an outstanding Dawson volunteer. He spent many hours of his free time preparing and staffing Dawson’s often prize-winning St. Patrick’s Day float for 15 years. And every December for too many years to count, he could be found behind the bar serving drinks with a wink and a joke at Dawson’s holiday parties.

James is survived by his partner Yvonne, his daughter Tara (Chris), grandchildren Dalia and Domenic, and his stepdaughter Vanessa.


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David Hopkins is retiring from Professional Photography after 44 years

February 2nd, 2022

David Hopkins’ association with the College began as a student at the Viger Campus in 1973. Just five years later, he started teaching non-credit photography classes at the tender age of 23, at what was then called the Dawson Institute of Photography. David was instrumental in developing a series of non-credit photography courses for the Institute…

In memoriam Dr. Stanley Rajiva

January 19th, 2022

We regret to inform you that Dr. Stanley Rajiva passed away on Nov. 29. Poet, scholar, academic, educator, musician, Dr. Rajiva was Professor of English Literature at Dawson College from 1973 to 2002.

Click Read More for his obituary.


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Jonathon Sumner appointed new Associate Dean, SMSE

January 19th, 2022

Jonathon Sumner has been appointed to the position of Associate Dean in the Science, Medical Studies and Engineering sector, following approval by the Executive of the Board of Governors. His mandate began Jan. 17, 2022. He will report to Dean Leanne Bennett and work alongside Associate Dean Max Jones.  Jonathon began teaching at Dawson in…

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