Behind the Scenes: Practicing Creative Thinking in Introduction to Studies in Creativity Classes

By Prof. Anna Boshnakova One of the most effective ways to develop and nurture student’s creativity is to give them the freedom to express themselves through a creative outlet. Creative activities enhance learning, can lead to a positive… Read More

Prof. Nathaniel Barr on Creativity and the Survival of Higher Education

by Prof. Jennifer Phenix Dr. Nathaniel Barr (PhD University of Waterloo) is professor of Creativity and Creative Thinking in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, teaching courses within the Board Undergraduate Certificate in Creativity and Creative Problem… Read More

Meet Prof. Kyle Bromhall (Philosophy)

Kyle Bromhall joined FHASS as Professor of Philosophy in Fall 2019, shortly before the world ended. Prior to that, he taught extensively at the University of Guelph, the same institution from which he earned his PhD in 2015…. Read More

Prof. Kylie Hartley, Creative Ideation, and the SSU

Dr. Kylie Hartley is Professor of Psychology and Creativity in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, teaching courses within the Board Undergraduate Certificate in Creativity and Creative Problem Solving. In November 2020, Kylie had an interactive opportunity… Read More

Meet Prof. Diana Catargiu (ESL)

Diana Catargiu has a Master’s Degree in English Literature and a TESL Ontario Certificate. She has extensive experience in working as a teacher, and also as a translator and interpreter of English and Romanian. Diana has been teaching… Read More

CW&P Master Classes Welcome Who’s Who of Contemporary Writing to “campus”

Creative Writing & Publishing kicked off 2020 with a new series of programming in the form of Master Classes with exceptional visiting creative writers and thinkers. These events, designed to complement both our annual Writer-in-Residence programming and the… Read More

Prof. Marlon Valencia shares student work and says thanks as he bids Sheridan adieu…

By Prof. Marlon Valencia Dear Sheridan colleagues, In this brief note, I want to say thanks to all of you for the nearly three years that I had the privilege to work with you and learn from you…. Read More

Meet Suzanne Soares (ESL Program Manager)

Suzanne was born and raised in southern Brazil, where she started her career as an English language teacher. Suzanne moved to Canada in 2001– first to Alberta, then to Ontario in 2008. Suzanne continued teaching English as a… Read More

Celebrating Creative Leadership and CPS Students

Prof. Patsy Marshall is a partial-load professor in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, teaching courses within the Board Undergraduate Certificate in Creativity and Creative Problem Solving. For her Fall 2020 Creative Leadership and Problem Solving class,… Read More

Meet Prof. Maryse Prazuch (ESL)

Maryse joined Sheridan in 1998 as a partial-load faculty member and became a full-time ESL professor in 2002. She has taught in both the ESL and LINC programs and held the positions of program coordinator, academic advisor, and… Read More