Meet Glenn Clifton, Professor (Literary Studies and Creative Writing)

Dr. Glenn Clifton is excited to join Sheridan after 4 years living abroad in the States, where he taught at Indiana University-Purdue University in Indianapolis and West Virginia University in Morgantown, WV. He has an M.A. in Playwriting… Read More

Meet Jack Leung, ESL Logistics Officer

Jack Leung recently joined Sheridan and FHASS as ESL Logistics Officer. And he knows all about Sheridan logistics: Jack himself studied Accounting at Sheridan and graduated in 2013. During his three and a half years as a student… Read More

Meet Michael Baker, Professor (Film Studies)

Dr. Michael Baker is a Professor of Film Studies in Sheridan’s School of Humanities and Creativity.  Born and raised in nearby Burlington, he spent the last fourteen years studying and teaching at post-secondary institutions across Canada.  His areas… Read More

Meet Gail Benick, Professor (Communication and Literary Studies)

Gail Benick is a writer and a professor in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Sheridan. She earned a M. Phil. from the City University of New York and a M.Ed. from the Ontario Institute for… Read More

Welcoming Dr. Christian Knudsen

The Medieval Bells Ring Out…the Newest Member of our Creativity Team It is with great pleasure that we’d like to introduce the latest faculty member of Sheridan’s Humanities and Social Sciences, Dr. Christian Knudsen, Professor of Cultural History…. Read More

Michael McNamara: Professor of Creativity and Creative Thinking

In August of this year, Mike joined Sheridan as the new Professor of Creativity and Creative Thinking.  He brings with him a research program centered squarely on participatory design, creative problem-solving, and community engagement.  Through this work, Mike… Read More

Welcoming Sociologist Sara Cumming

Sara Cumming joined the School of Social and Life Sciences this past fall. We’re thrilled to have her! Anna Boshnakova asked Sara to tell us a bit about herself. Sara Cumming: “My goal as a sociologist is to… Read More

Welcoming Rory Sommers

Rory Sommers joined FHASS this fall and Anna Boshnakova asked him to tell us a bit about himself. Welcome Rory! Rory Sommers: “One of the reasons I enjoy teaching at Sheridan so much is the diversity of our… Read More

Why Stories Matter: Introducing Alexander Hollenberg

Dr. Alexander Hollenberg is a Professor of Storytelling and Narrativity in Sheridan’s School of Humanities and Creativity. His areas of expertise include American modernist literatures, narrative theory, and the ethics of interpretation. Although still in the early stages… Read More

Did you know? With Julie Morris

Julie Morris sat down and shared a few fun facts with us about some things you may not know about her.   Julie keeps toys around for inspiration: Julie finds that having things around to fiddle with helps inspire… Read More