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Tuesday, May. 26, 2020

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Masques will be live-streamed this Friday

The Professional Theatre Department welcomes you to attend Masques, performed by the graduating students this Friday. Director Jude Beny describes Masques as "a buffet of theatrical shenanigans, comic and contemplative, but always edgy."

The link to watch the performance is on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAS1o-_NuCI&feature=youtu.be

#DawsonProud, Academic News, Dawson Grads, Dawson Talent, Events, Homepage news

Vernissage Season is going digital June 3-18

Nick Ladd, a graduate of both Illustration and 3D Animation and Computer-Generated Imagery, came to the rescue of Vernissage Season with a customized platform that his company Studio Syro has built for Dawson College.

Six programs in the Creative and Applied Arts will be hosting vernissage events from June 3-18. First up is Illustration on June 3.

Read the homepage news story and get a link to a preview in the Read More link.

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#DawsonProud, Academic News, Dawson Talent, Events

Emergent: ALC Festival 2020

By exhibiting the works of ALC students in their respective fields, our festival showcases their accomplishments, hard work and talent, and also speaks to their commitment to make change in their worlds, to be present and to make their voices matter.

https://www.dawsoncollege.qc.ca/alc-festival/alc-festival-2020/

Click Read More for highlights of the festival program.

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#DawsonProud, Academic News, Faculty Hub, Homepage news

A decade of transformation at Dawson leads to SALTISE award for Ian MacKenzie

Ian MacKenzie’s work has “transformed the classrooms, programs, and even the academic culture” of Dawson College, according to his nomination for an award from SALTISE.

Read a feature about Ian's work with WID and the Learning Communities on the homepage by clicking the Read More link.

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Milestones

Greg Bagshaw appointed Coordinator, IT Operations

Meet Dawson's new Coordinator of IT Operations, Greg Bagshaw.

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ScienceFest’s Photo Contest 2020 Edition – Results!

Coverage of the ScienceFest Photo Contest including the top three winners and a link to view the gallery.

Read More - ScienceFest’s Photo Contest 2020 Edition – Results!

#DawsonProud, Awards Office, Dawson Blues, In the news/in social media, Student Services

Dawson Blues Awards Night was May 22

The Dawson Blues celebrated their award recipients online on May 22. Click Read More for some of the recipients and for instructions to view the ceremony, available until midnight on May 30.

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Dawson Research

Adaptech “Zooming” ahead in research

Susie Wileman and Alice Havel have written an update about the work of Adaptech.

Click Read more for their news.

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Sustainability, Well-being for all

Please pick up your plants or make new arrangements for plant care

The Sustainability Office has cared for 500 plants on a weekly basis over the past 10 weeks. Now with the demands of outdoor gardening, this service is coming to an end. Click Read More for more about the project and what to do about your plants.

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Faculty Hub

Message from the Faculty Hub

A new resource for teaching with Moodle is available, and webinars are beginning this week.

Click Read More to read the message from the Faculty Hub team.

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Sustainability, Well-being for all

Peace Garden bulbs are blooming

Dawson's Peace Garden is looking beautiful. The tulips and other bulbs are still going strong.

The grounds are no longer restricted. If you would like to enjoy the gardens, you can walk into the grounds through the de Maisonneuve parking lot entrance.

Well-being for all

Dawson community recipes: Cabbage Pancake Pie by Nadia Khouri

"Dawson is my long-lasting family," wrote Humanities/Scholar in Residence Nadia Khouri.  "I'm still connected via a newsletter I send to my Humanities colleagues."

Nadia was one of the first people to suggest that D News publish recipes for and from the community. She suggested recipes with five or less ingredients to make on a budget. Italians call these cheap, delicious and nutritious recipes "cucina povera, big on flavour, easy on the wallet," said Nadia.

You can send a recipe you would like to share in D News by using the submit news form or emailing Christina.

Click on the Read More link to see Nadia's recipe for Cabbage Pancake Pie.

Read More - Dawson community recipes: Cabbage Pancake Pie by Nadia Khouri

DawsonITE

DawsonITE Newsletter # 471

DawsonITE is your weekly curated news related to IT and Education prepared by Dawson's Rafael Scapin. In this issue:

  • 30+ COVID-Inspired Predictions About Education One Year from Today
  • 6 Good Chrome Tools to Help You Eliminate Distractions and Beat Procrastination
  • Teaching Online: A Guide to Theory, Research, and Practice - Free ebook

Read More - DawsonITE Newsletter # 471

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Last Modified: May 26, 2020

 

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