Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC – March 22, 2017 – The John Abbott College campus took on a remarkable look and feel yesterday, raising $20,006 for the Student Assistance Fund. Students and staff jumped in to the annual fundraiser, started in 2003, where loonies are stuck to two-sided tape that runs the length of College – almost 250 m! Energy and school spirit led the charge to elevate the Loonie Line to an unprecedented success. Everyone ca... Continue Reading.
Located on the western tip of the island and surrounded by a vast natural habitat, the College’s grounds and campus instills in our students and staff a deeper appreciation of nature and the environment. Students and staff alike are fortunate to experience one of the most beautiful campuses in Quebec. The surroundings and the college’s buildings, especially the Anne-Marie Edward Science Building, provide several opportunities to learn about ... Continue Reading.
* The call for proposals has been extended until January 20, 2017 * ** Click here to obtain an e-copy of the official promotional poster. ** John Abbott College is proud to announce that we will be hosting the Learning Specialists Association of Canada’s (LSAC) National Conference. 2017 National Conference May 29 – 31. Click here to access the conference website. ... Continue Reading.
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Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC – October 6, 2016 – English teachers Will McClelland and Lori Weber each launched their respective books at a campus gathering on Thursday, September 29. Will McClelland creates a world in his book The Minted where the characters live an allegory of Canadian society. Written for an adult audience, this is the first book for author and John Abbott College English teacher McClelland who says that he started work on t... Continue Reading.
The John Abbott community came together on September 28 to celebrate research at the College. Over the last two years, an impressive $1,374,000 was granted to John Abbott, not including other grants for which we were not the principal applicant. Seen on photo: faculty members who received grants. ... Continue Reading.
College Courses Tailored to the Needs of Nunavik Inuit Click here for complete press release. ... Continue Reading.
Under the leadership of Nabil Khalid (Biopharmaceutical Production), John Abbott College was awarded the NSERC Innovation Enhancement grant for a project entitled “Pharmaceutical Technology: Controlled Drug Delivery Systems”. Click here for more details. ... Continue Reading.
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC – August 31, 2016 – Capitalizing on a movement that is gaining wonderful momentum among young people today, the John Abbott College Student Employment Centre is holding its 1st Annual Volunteer Recruitment Day Tuesday, September 13, 2016. A positive trend is emerging with increasing numbers of students seeking volunteering opportunities whether for course credit, athletic program requirements, or to simply get invo... Continue Reading.
Peter MacArthur, a John Abbott 1978 graduate in Social Sciences, has been appointed Canadian Ambassador to Indonesia effective autumn 2016. He will continue as Canada’s senior APEC official. Peter was previously Director General for South and Southeast Asia and Oceania at Global Affairs Canada in Ottawa and has had several diplomatic postings abroad. These have included Russia, India, Australia, Hong Kong and Japan. While at JAC Peter edited ... Continue Reading.
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec – June 21, 2016 – Dr Julie Caouette, Psychology teacher at John Abbott College, has received confirmation of a three year Federal grant to investigate Pathways to radicalization among multicultural youth in Canada. Dr Caouette, the lead applicant on this research project, will study the process of youth radicalization: The proposed research aims to… [examine]…the different pathways to radicalization among ... Continue Reading.
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec – May 19, 2016 – The Hall of Distinction, a new point of interest on campus, has been created to recognize alumni, employees, and friends of the College who have made an indelible mark on John Abbott College and beyond. It will be revealed to the public Thursday, May 26, 2016. Response to the call for nominations in the month of November 2015 was impressive. The ten people selected for this inaugural honour pe... Continue Reading.
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue – April 26, 2016 –Thursday, April 28, Vanier College joins John Abbott College students for a joint science symposium, sharing the results of their original scientific research. The Independent Research Project in Science course is a new approach to science class. Students participate in research in a bustling microbiology lab, a state-of-the-art microscopy facility, an internationally-recognised research institute, or... Continue Reading.
Click here for Summer school info and schedule (more…) ... Continue Reading.
Click here to view the final exam schedule (amended on April 6) for the Winter 2016 semester. ... Continue Reading.
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC – April 1, 2016 – When third-year Pre-Hospital Emergency Care student Karl Devries came upon an accident scene on Saturday, he did not hesitate to step into the roll he has been training for at John Abbott. On his way home after a 24-hour internship shift (in his JAC uniform and jacket) March 26, Karl witnessed a rare scene – a vehicle has crashed into a bank office on St-Jean Blvd near Blue Haven. An elderl... Continue Reading.
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC – March 17, 2016 – The John Abbott College campus took on a remarkable look and feel yesterday, raising $15,450 for the Student Assistance Fund. Students and staff jumped in to the annual fundraiser, started in 2003, where loonies are stuck to two-sided tape that runs the length of College – almost 800 feet! Energy and school spirit led the charge to elevate the Loonie Line to an unprecedented success. E... Continue Reading.
YOU’VE COME A LONG WAY BABY! Awards stack up for local Building Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC – January 11, 2016 –The science building at John Abbott College, named after Anne-Marie Edward (’88) in 2013, is a shining example of hard work, perseverance, energy and spirit, from its namesake to the hundreds of people involved in the coming of age of this monument to sustainability and innovation in a suburb of Montreal, Québec. Even before t... Continue Reading.
LEFT: Josée Lanouette, Sustainability Manager John Halpin Director General, John Abbott College RIGHT: France Lampron, Director – Transportation Electrification at Hydro-Québec Erich Schmedt, Academic Dean, John Abbott College Click here for the Press Release ... Continue Reading.
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue – September 18, 2015 – Seeing a new passion in the eyes of a college student when a research project is presented is undoubtedly a rare and rewarding reaction for a teacher. This is particularly true for 3 teachers at John Abbott College working with students and industry experts on the cutting edge of knowledge and innovation. A mere 9 months ago, Physics teacher Nathaniel Lasry, PhD, was awarded an Applied an... Continue Reading.
The John Abbott College Athletics department announced Tuesday that David Emory has been named the new head coach of the Islander swim team. The Pointe-Claire, QC, native brings more than ten years of coaching experience to his alma mater. The Athletics department had been looking for a new coach since late July, following the departure of Cliff Berry. “I am thrilled to be a part of [the team] this year,” says Emory. “While I never swam for... Continue Reading.
On May 7, John Abbott College students will be holding their inaugural symposium to present the results of their semester-long projects that began back in November 2014. These students were pioneers to a brand new approach to science class that allowed them to participate in research in a working lab, and to ultimately share their experiences and findings with the rest of the world. This was a chance never before offered at John Abbott College, a... Continue Reading.
JOHN ABBOTT LOOKS FOR NEW WOMEN’S HOCKEY COACH Following the departure of longtime hockey coach Hank Binning, John Abbott College is looking for a dynamic leader who is committed to guide the Lady Islander hockey program as they continue to compete in the Réseau du Sport Étudiant du Québec (RSEQ) Division 1 league. The successful candidate will have a minimum of 5 years related coaching experience or equivalent and will be responsible for th... Continue Reading.
Cyclists travelling along the bike path can now benefit from an outdoor bike repair station on John Abbott College’s lower campus. The station is located just off the bicycle path and is easily accessible for those needing a quick adjustment to their bikes when travelling along Lakeshore Boulevard. The bike repair station features an integrated air pump as well as all-purpose tools secured by reinforced steel cabling. For information on how to ... Continue Reading.
The final exam schedule for Winter 2015 is now available. ... Continue Reading.
In 1970, John Abbott College had just moved into Laird Hall, one of the building on what is today the McGill University Macdonald Campus, to set up the new college. Sometime in the late night hours in those early days, some Macdonald Agriculture students decided to pinch a sign that read: John Abbott College. It had just been put up in the front of Laird Hall. The sign was 18 inches by 20 inches, bolted to the front exterior wall. A former Macdon... Continue Reading.
Women’s Basketball on their way to Provincials The women’s basketball team qualified for the RSEQ Division 2 provincial championships as they went 2-2 in the South West Conference finals to claim the fourth and final playoff berth. The Islanders opened with a solid 80-51 in over St. Jerome Friday night at Abbott as Annie Pollender led all scorers with 25 points while Andrea Batrla and Kelly Corsi chipped in with 17 and 10 points respect... Continue Reading.
Swim Team Brings Home Another Banner For the 9th consecutive year, the Isles claim the regular season banner. Although finishing 2nd at the last meet of the year, the Isles had built up enough of a lead to claim the title. Maisonneuve got the better of the Isles besting the men by 38.5 points and the women by 279.5 points. Our swimmers will now prepare for the Provincial Championships being held in Jonquiere April 1-2. With over 40 swimmers quali... Continue Reading.
Women’s Basketball Getting Ready for the Playoffs The Isles continued their winning ways Friday evening when they defeated the Edouard Montpetit Lynx 82-51. Annie Pollender led Abbott with a solid 22-point performance while Rikki Blumenfeld added 18 and Darnelle Noel chipped in with 11. Prior to the game three graduating players, Sydney Netto, Blumenfeld and Noel, were recognized for their invaluable contributions to the team. Swim Team Come Ba... Continue Reading.
Women’s Basketball on a Roll The Isles ran their win streak to three with a 79-61 victory over Ahuntsic College Friday evening. Annie Pollender led the Islanders with 23 points followed by Andrea Batrla with 13. Darnelle Noel and Aaliyah Hamilton chipped in with 10 points apiece. The Islanders will close out their regular season home stand this Friday night when they entertain the Edouard Montpetit Lynx at 19h00. Men’s Volleyball Still Leadin... Continue Reading.
A Real Estate Agency EXPO was held at John Abbott on February 7. It was the second Expo of this nature in the history of the program. Seven agencies registered with about 20 brokers and agency directors/managers on hand to meet, interview and hopefully hire the Real Estate potential graduates. In all, 37 students are registered in this program of studies, all of them graduating this March. Thanks to teachers Deborah Cere and Jodie Lennon as w... Continue Reading.
Women’s Basketball Lock in a Playoff Spot The Isles solidified their hold on third place with a 75-64 victory over the Dawson Blues. The Islanders jumped out to a 24-11 lead in the first quarter and maintained a double-digit lead throughout the game. Darnelle Noel led all scorers with 20 points while Andrea Batrla added 13 points to the winning cause. Zoe Arvanitis and Kelly Corsi chipped in with 11 and 10 points respectively. Hockey Looking to... Continue Reading.
Women’s Basketball in Tough vs Undefeated St Jean The Isles faced the Géants from St. Jean-sur-Richelieu on Friday night for the second time in 3 weeks. It was a rollercoaster of a game as the Isles were down 10 early in the first and as much as 13 in the in the second. The ladies fought back each time and took the lead for the first time in the fourth quarter 56-54. That’s when the first place Géants took over the game. They went on a 17-1... Continue Reading.
Christopher Milo, kicker for the CFL Champions Ottawa Redblacks, brings the 2016 Grey Cup to John Abbott! Milo played at John Abbott College in 2004. He holds the college provincial record for the most career points with 385, which places him 3rd among kickers in Canada according to the CFLPA. ... Continue Reading.
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