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Co-curricular Activities: Winter 2022 Overview

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To fulfill the co-curricular requirement of the SPACE: Arts and Sciences Certificate, students must complete one of the following course / additional activity credit combinations.

* One cross listed course plus 15 credits of additional activities
* Two cross listed courses plus 12 credits of additional activities
* Three cross listed courses plus 9 credits of additional activities 

You can view the list of courses cross listed for the Winter 2022 semester here — for the list of Fall 2021 cross listed courses see here.
NOTE: cross listed courses  must be taken in ADDITION to the foundational knowledge requirement for the certificate.



Additional acitivity credits are accumulated through involvement in activities taking place outside of the classroom. Additional activities can include:

- Submitting and publishing written, visual, audio or other work (classwork or independent work) on the SPACE website
- Participating in editorial meetings (SPACEmag) for content published on the SPACE website
- Working on an episode of SPACEpod (the SPACE podcast)
- Organizing social media for SPACE
- Organizing social events for SPACE
- Organizing and/or presenting at a talk, workshop, conference, showcase or other academic/creative SPACE or SPACE-affiliated event
- Participating in a SPACE or SPACE-affiliated competition
- Attending excursions
- Attending events
- Attending SPACEcorp meetings
- Doing research


To claim additional activity credits:

  1. Log onto the Omnivox portal
  2. Under Menu choose the "Certificate of Studies" tab
  3. Choose “Enroll in activities here” to see the activities listed for the current semester
  4. Click the magnifying icon in the “Check progress” column to view the activities and courses that you have participated in to date.


Winter 2022—Additional Activities (activities will be updated throughout the semester)

February 8, 2022: Science Fiction Prototyping: Problem Solving and Story Values attendance (2 credits)
February 14, 2022:
Writing Contest winners and honourable mentions (2 credits)
February 16, 2022:
The Arts of One World outing (2 credits)
February 17, 2022:
The Arts of One World outing (2 credits)
February 21, 2022:
Standing Waves Guitar activity (2 credits)
Follow up: The Arts of One World exhibit reflection assignment (2 credits)
The Arts of One World independent visit and written response (4 credits)
April 1, 2022: Indigenous Science: A Brief Exploration of the Connections Between Culture and Western Science. (2 credits) https://dawsoncollege.zoom.us/j/99320989081
April 6, 2022: Karen Tam, Artist Talk (2 credits)
April 2022: CRC
robotics team involvement (3 credits)
April 2022:  
CRC robotics team involvement + competition participation (5 credits)
April 27, 2022:
ScienceFest/SPACE 2022 Photo Contest submission (3 credits)
Presentation at Enriched Science (3 credits)
April 27, 2022:
SPACE talk: Stan Douglas: Revealing Narratives (2 credits)
Follow up:
SPACE talk: Stan Douglas: Revealing Narratives Written reflection (2 credits)
April/May 2022: Participation at ScienceFest (3 credits)
May 2022: Writing Contest Reading (3 credits)
May 2-6:
Participation with project during SPACEweek (3 credits)
May 2-6:
SPACEweek student guide volunteers (2 credits)
May 6, 2022: SPACEweek teardown (2 credits)
May 3, 2022
: Photo contest winners/honourable mentions (2 credits)
May 16, 2022: Planetarium Visit (2 credits)
Publication of piece on SPACE website (2 credits)
SPACEcorp meetings (5 meetings 3 credits)—maximum 9 credits
SPACEmag meetings (5 meetings 3 credits)—maximum 9 credits

If you have any questions concerning the SPACE certificate requirements and/or the accumulation of credits please contact Ursula Sommerer at usommerer@dawsoncollege.qc.ca

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