To mark the CEGEP institution’s 50th anniversary, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts collaborated with the Fédération des cégeps, inviting members of its various colleges to produce short videos on works in the Museum’s collection. “I am impressed by how technology is clearly at the service of creativity and reflection in this project. I think this shows how our teachers and students combine technical mastery with an imaginative and cr... Continue Reading.
After participating in the Brazil Film Festival of Montreal, seven animation films produced by John Abbott College animation students will open in Toronto this week. The 2017 edition of the Brazil Film Fest will take place from November 3 to 5, once again, in the prestigious TIFF Bell Lightbox theatre in Toronto. The Festival’s program is composed of internationally acclaimed Brazilian fiction and documentary movies. JAC animation student f... Continue Reading.
Four Islanders will be participating in the RSEQ all-stars game on Saturday, October 28. Cheer on Aube Racine, Sara Lévesque, Hailey Burns and Audrey Gervais. You rock! Click here to learn more. ... Continue Reading.
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue – October 25, 2017 – Thousands took advantage of the sunny and warm weather on Saturday, October 21 to visit the annual John Abbott College open house. Potential students and their parents asked questions, visited labs and wandered through classrooms. Current students from Police Technology, Pre-Hospital Emergency Care and Nursing programs set the scene outside for a multi-vehicle accident simulation. Actors from the T... Continue Reading.
John Abbott College Science student Emilie Laflèche and Physics Professor Karim Jaffer were invited to speak at the upcoming Montreal Space Symposium to be held on Thursday and Friday, October 5-6, 2017. Emilie will present The JAC Solar Eclipse – An Astronomical First Day of Classes on Thursday at 12:30. Karim will be making two presentations on Friday: – A Student-Directed Approach to Introductory Astronomy at 16:30 – Pu... Continue Reading.
Dr. David Levy A Lifetime of Eclipses… Montreal-born and long-time RASC Montreal Centre Member as well as Honorary President, Dr. David Levy, will present a lecture at John Abbott College on his personal experience that spans many decades of astronomical observations of both lunar and solar eclipses. His first was on October 2, 1959 and culminating with his 90th this past August with the solar eclipse. Dr. Levy is Canada’s foremost comet hunt... Continue Reading.
Homecoming has been around for quite some time throughout North America. Here at Abbott, despite some smaller versions over the years, this past weekend was the 2nd formal, structured one, and what a Homecoming it was. When asked to describe the flagship event – the 3-0 football team taking on the Trois-Rivières Diablos – a fan stated emphatically: “HOT! Wow!” Indeed. With the temperature hovering near 40 degrees on the field, and cert... Continue Reading.
On Wednesday, September 20, special guests, dignitaries, teachers and friends all gathered at the Atwater Club for the official launch of the Nunavik Sivunitsavut program to celebrate the future of 18 Inuit students who came to Montreal to study their culture. Also in attendance were second-year students from the Nunavut Sivuniksavut program (Ottawa) on which the Montreal program is based. In addition to the traditional inauguration speeches, the... Continue Reading.
St-Colomban, Québec, September 7, 2017– Following the installation of the synthetic turf sports field at the John Abbott College in 2012, 5 years later, for the third time in a row, they have maintained their FIFA QUALITY Certification, despite of countless hours of strenuous usage. John Abbott College Memorial Field is open from April 3 to November 12. From April to May, the field is used 9 hours per day for a total of 297 hours in a 33 day p... Continue Reading.
Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Québec –Septembre 1, 2017 – HEMA-QUÉBEC will be holding a BLOOD DONOR clinic at John Abbott on Tuesday, September 12 and Wednesday, September 13. The clinic will run from 9:00 – 4:00 in the Casgrain building (Agora). Everyone is welcome from both the internal and external communities. Participants must be 18 years of age or older. Every pint donated can save a life! Please enjoy a good meal before donating... Continue Reading.
- Blood Drive this week at JAC September 10, 2018
- Physics Making Class Fun with Smartphones September 5, 2018
- JAC Academic Dean Appointed to the Conseil supérieur de l’éducation du Québec August 23, 2018
- Two Grants Awarded to JAC Biology Teacher August 1, 2018
- Research Grant Awarded to JAC Math Teacher July 31, 2018