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Sydney Kormos-Springer wins award given in her uncle Rob Springer’s memory

April 20th, 2022

Long before she arrived at Dawson College, Sydney Kormos-Springer decided she would aim to win the Rob Springer Memorial Award. “When I learned that Dawson was having a memorial game in honour of my uncle, I wanted to make it my goal to go to Dawson College and play for him,” the Health Science student…


Physical Education Department addresses climate action

April 6th, 2022

The ecological footprint of each Physical Education course at Dawson is being tracked in a pilot project of the department with support from Anna Likht and Rafael Scapin of Information Systems and Technology and the Sustainability Office. The demo, expected to launch next month, aims to educate staff and students on the greenhouse gas emissions…


First-year student wins research bursary for work with Adaptech Research Network

April 6th, 2022

First-year Dawson Social Science student Abigaëlle Vasseur is one of seven CEGEP students in Quebec to win a bursary for research work this winter semester. Abigaëlle joined Dawson’s Adaptech Research Network and it was through this work that she won a Bourse pour stage d’initiation à la recherche pour la relève au collegial, valued at…

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Director General Reacts to Cancellation of Infrastructure Project- Letter to Dawson Community

March 24th, 2022

Late yesterday afternoon, the College received a letter from Danielle McCann, the Minister of Higher Education. This letter serves as an official confirmation of the cancellation of Dawson’s much-needed infrastructure project. Once again, she stated that the decision was based on her government’s intention to prioritize infrastructure projects for francophone CEGEPs. The denial of additional…

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Florence Yee: Sharp Tools for Unripe Fruit

March 23rd, 2022

Florence Yee is a visual artist, Dawson Alum, and serial collaborator based in Tkaronto/Toronto and Tiohtià:ke/Mooniyang/Montreal. Their exhibition Sharp Tools for Unripe Fruit features photographs on fabric and hand-embroidered text, now on view at the Warren G. Flowers Art Gallery until April 14. On a recent Tuesday evening, two second-year visual art students, Sabrina Schmidt…

DSU in front of National Assembly in Quebec

Dawson delegation brings support for new healthcare pavilion project to National Assembly

March 16th, 2022

QUEBEC (March 16, 2022) – A delegation from the Dawson Student Union (DSU) came to the National Assembly today to deliver their petition. In just three weeks, some 20,000 Quebecers signed the DSU petition asking the Government of Quebec to maintain Dawson’s infrastructure project. Member of the National Assembly for Westmount–Saint-Louis, Jennifer Maccarone, officially presented…

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Une délégation de Dawson apporte un témoignage de soutien envers le projet de pavillon de la santé à l’Assemblée nationale aujourd’hui

March 16th, 2022

Québec, le 16 mars 2022 – Une délégation de l’Association étudiante de Dawson (AÉD) s’est rendue à l’Assemblée nationale aujourd’hui pour livrer sa pétition. En tout juste trois semaines, quelque 20 000 Québécois et Québécoises ont signé la pétition de l’AÉD demandant au gouvernement du Québec de maintenir le projet d’infrastructure de Dawson. La députée de Westmount–Saint-Louis,…

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Four more days to sign petition in support of Dawson students and rights of Quebec anglophones

March 11th, 2022

MONTREAL (March 11, 2022) – Quebecers have rallied around Dawson College in the wake of the Quebec government cancelling the new healthcare pavilion, which would house a community clinic and Dawson’s seven healthcare programs. Seven years of work have already been invested in the infrastructure project that would finally solve the chronic student space deficit…


New video shows impact of Dawson’s Sustainable Happiness Certificate

February 16th, 2022

A new four-minute video presents the Sustainable Happiness Certificate, which has been offered since 2015 at Dawson to students and employees. We hear about the impact of the program from past students and the value of it from teachers. Sustainable Happiness helps students learn how to take care of their self, so they can in…


Ex-prisoner, Dawson graduate, yoga entrepreneur is a Quebec Black Changemaker

February 16th, 2022

Before he served time in prison, Brandon Dawson-Jarvis graduated from Dawson College and from the University of Ottawa. Brandon (Class of 2007, Social Science – Psychology Profile) has been in the news during Black History Month because CBC Quebec named him a 2022 Quebec Black Changemaker for his inspiring yoga enterprise named Grove Campus and…

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