The following message was sent to all registered students on June 18, 2020 Dear current and future students, We have reviewed the Minister of Education’s recently announced expectations for the fall semester, and we can confirm that the College will continue with our plans to provide classes online except for practical coursework and evaluations that cannot be handled remotely. Online courses will include some “synchronous” clas... Continue Reading.
In light of the disturbing events that recently surfaced in the United States, the John Abbott College Board of Governors held a moment of reflection on the issue of systemic discrimination at its June 10th meeting. We must recognize that this issue continues to also be present in our own country, and in our community. We invite you all to take a moment to reflect on the issue of discrimination in the hope that our community can continue to wo... Continue Reading.
Dear members of the John Abbott community, On Wednesday evening, June 3, members of the administration of John Abbott College learned of anonymous allegations of sexual violence involving student athletes enrolled in the athletics program. Every member of the college community has the right to study, work and learn in an atmosphere that is free of sexual violence. John Abbott prohibits all forms of sexual violence and promotes a culture of consen... Continue Reading.
At a virtual ceremony held on Wednesday May 6, John Abbott College recognized the dedication and efforts of 43 students with a Service and Leadership Award. This year the College was forced to hold the ceremony using the Zoom platform. The event was held live and recipients were encouraged to invite family and friends to view the event. The awards were established to honour students who made a significant contribution to student life and/or servi... Continue Reading.
Launched in 2003 by John Abbott employees, the sole purpose of the Loonie Line is to help students in need at the College to stay in school, focus on succeeding, on getting their diploma. Thousands have accepted the help and have done exactly that. The 2020 Special Edition Loonie Line has taken on a more intense level of importance as students and parents alike have lost their jobs or seen their household income slashed. Donations to date have be... Continue Reading.
The College encourages all students to attempt to complete their winter 2020 semester when possible. In some cases students may be unable to complete some or all of their winter 2020 courses due to family responsibility/childcare, personal or health reasons related to the COVID-19 pandemic situation and/or for reasons related to online learning. In such cases students may request an authorized absence(s) so that there is no academic penalty for n... Continue Reading.
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Somewhere nearby at a home office/kitchen table, Québec – April 2, 2020. Success stories keep us going, brighten our day, give us hope, energy and momentum. Who has a plan B on this scale? To modify traditional post-secondary education at one of the biggest CEGEPs in the province to virtual classes in 14 days. To set up and load more than 500 devices to lend to students, faculty and staff of John Abbott College to enable students to continue ... Continue Reading.
Are you a graduate from Summer 2018, Fall 2018 or Winter 2019? If so, your feedback is needed! A survey has been sent to all JAC grads for the above noted semesters. Did you receive yours? If not, we do not have your current email address. Please contact Lisa Boyle at email@example.com with your email link! Thank you! ... Continue Reading.
Formally announced on Wednesday, February 26, the Montréal Centre for Higher Learning in Artificial Intelligence (PIA) shared the projects selected to adapt post-secondary curricula to “better prepare students for the challenges posed by the development and incorporation of artificial intelligence into all sectors of society”, says Benoit Pagé, director of PIA. The projects will receive aggregate funding of $1.4 million. Among the project... Continue Reading.
Montreal, December 16, 2019 – As part of the 28th National Bank Bursary Program, the Quebec Foundation for Athletic Excellence (FAEQ) has awarded $126,000 in individual bursaries of $2,000 or $4,000 to 38 student athletes. The ceremony was held today at National Bank’s head office. The National Bank Bursary Program recognizes student athletes in the Hopeful, Elite, and Excellence categories between the ages of 13 and 26 from all over Queb... Continue Reading.
La Fondation de l’athlète d’excellence distribue 81 000 $ en bourses à 30 étudiants-golfeurs méritants en collaboration avec Golf Québec Sainte-Julie, le 13 novembre 2019 – La Fondation de l’athlète d’excellence (FAEQ) et Golf Québec ont récompensé 30 étudiants-athlètes dans le cadre de la 6e édition du Programme de bourses Golf Québec / FAEQ en remettant 81 000 $ en bourses individuelles de 2000 à 4000 $. Des bo... Continue Reading.
At the annual national conference of the Canadian Dental Hygienists Association (CDHA) in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, our own Christine Fambely was awarded the Oh Canada! Readers’ Choice Award for her article, “Paying It Forward. Part Two: Special Olympics.” Christine and fellow JAC Dental Hygiene teacher Anila Hasko also participated in a Poster Presentation of their latest research at the conference. The Canadian Dental Hyg... Continue Reading.
September 27th will be an Institutional Day with no classes for the Day Division and changes to the Continuing Education afternoon schedule to allow for participation in the Climate Change March (with some exceptions for courses with workplace/clinical internships). We had to revise the Academic Calendar to meet our legal obligations. The planned study day on December 11th will become a class day with a Friday schedule. For Continuing Education c... Continue Reading.
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A special thank you to Dr José A. Morais of McGill and Claire Webster of Crosswalk for sharing with our audience of caregivers their knowledge and experience on Dementia and Alzheimer. It was a very educational evening and we look forward to new training in 2019. Thank you to the Alzheimer Society, CIUSS, all the organizers, and especially the participants! ... Continue Reading.
It is with great pride that we announce that chemistry teacher, Suzanne Black is the recipient of the 2019 CICan Gold Leadership Excellence Award for Faculty. This honour was presented to her during the annual CICan conference held in Niagara Falls. The Colleges and Institutes Canada Awards Program recognizes and promotes excellence within Canadian colleges, institutes, CEGEPs and polytechnics. The Awards showcase the extraordinary contribution o... Continue Reading.
Do you know alumni, former employees, or friends of the College who have contributed to life on campus or to the greater community in a significant way. You can nominate them to the Hall of Distiction. Nominees should have sufficient stature and recognition to ensure that their induction into the Hall of Distinction recognizes their contribution and brings credit to John Abbott. The 2019 ceremony will be held in September. For more information... Continue Reading.
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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 – 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.
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.
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.
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.
June 16, 2020 – John Abbott College Physics teacher Dr Phoebe Jackson, has been named the SALTISE (Supporting Active Learning & Technological Innovation in Studies of Education) 2020 Best Practice & Pedagogical Innovators Award recipient, college level, by her peers and students. “SALTISE is a learning community that brings together instructors and professional development staff from English and French educational institutions within ... Continue Reading.
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- FAQs June 30, 2020
- JAC PHYSICS TEACHER RECEIVES THE 2020 SALTISE BEST PRACTICES AND PEDAGOGICAL AWARD June 22, 2020
- Moment of reflection on the issue of systemic discrimination June 11, 2020
- Important Message to the John Abbott College Community concerning a Culture of Consent June 10, 2020
- Outstanding Service and Leadership Awards May 29, 2020