Émilie Robert is new director of research at CRISPESH
On May 11, Émilie Robert began her new position as Director of Research and Transfer at CRISPESH, a CCTT (College Centre for the Transfer of Technologies) at Dawson College in partnership with the Cégep du Vieux Montréal that is unique in Quebec. The focus of our CCTT is on conducting applied research to improve the lives of people living in a disabling situation.
Émilie holds a doctorate in Public Health from Université de Montréal, and has dedicated a great part of her life to improving conditions for people in vulnerable situations. She has a background in international development and expertise in public health, knowledge sharing and collaborative evaluation.
To read more about Émilie on the CRISPESH website, click Read More.
Mylène Saucier began her new position as Assistant Dean of Social Science and Business Technologies at the end of March. Prior to taking on this new role, Mylène had been a teacher in the Physiotherapy Technology program. Mylène earned both her Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Exercise Science from Concordia University…
Kayla Tutino became the new head coach of the Dawson Blues Division 1 Women’s Hockey Team in mid-April but has not had the chance to meet her players yet. “We get together on Zoom and keep in touch by email,” she said, adding that she is looking forward to getting together when it is possible….
R.I.P. Marian-Ellen Ring
We regret to inform you that Marian-Ellen Ring has passed away.
Marian-Ellen had taught at Dawson since 1996 and served on the Humanities Executive, most recently as Curriculum Coordinator. In addition to teaching, Marian-Ellen was involved in the Active Learning community. She was always present at social events and was often one of the last to leave a good party.
Her obituary is in the Read More link.
Coach of the Year Trevor Williams celebrating 20th at Dawson
Basketball is just a tool to get the players to believe they can do the impossible, says Trevor Williams, who is celebrating his 20th anniversary as coach of the legendary women's Division 1 Dawson Blues Basketball team.
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R.I.P. Roy Hartling and Bill Reid
We regret to inform you of the deaths of two colleagues:
Roy Hartling (Photography), who is pictured, passed away April 24. Roy had served as a teacher at Dawson from October 1982 until his retirement in June 2018.
The Montreal Gazette obituary
Dawson Photography Facebook tribute
William (Bill) Reid (English) passed away Jan. 16. Bill had taught at Dawson since January 1992.
R.I.P. Mary Wawrzetz
We regret to inform you that Mary Wawrzetz passed away suddenly on February 27. She had worked at Dawson College from 1980 until her retirement in 2016. Mary was a valued member of the College management team and served as the Bookstore Manager for several years.
The presence of Nick Gabrilopoulos is still felt in the Department. He set up our website, edited and posted our website profiles. He catalogued and made working copies of many materials we still use. He also helped many of us in setting up our courses, especially the hardest ones – the methods courses. Nick had the…
Teacher Maureen MacMahon (Physiotherapy) was inducted into the Canadian Rugby Hall of Fame on Feb. 21. Here is Maureen’s listing on the 2019 Hall of Fame Inductees page: A powerhouse on the field, strong leader in the community and inspiration to younger generations, women’s rugby pioneer Maureen “Mo” MacMahon exemplifies the Canadian rugby athlete. In…
Sunday, Feb. 9 marked the 50th work anniversary of Michel Ross at Dawson College, and he is still happy every morning when he comes in! Michel started working at the Selby campus in 1970, shortly before getting married. Michel and his wife Christianne had four sons, and and are now grandparents to seven grandchildren. He…
Last Modified: May 19, 2020