2018-2019 FHASS AWARDS

On June 4, 2019, FHASS hosted its annual student awards celebrating academic excellence within the Faculty. Check out the list of award winners below, and be sure to keep your excellent students in mind when nominations roll around… Read More

TENT Updates! What a semester…

By: Dr. Brandon McFarlane I’m writing to thank everyone for their awesome work on the TENT project this year and to wish you all a happy holidays. 2019 was a big year for our collaboration with Toronto Fringe…. Read More

CWP in the news, on the bus, and in the theatre!

As ever, it was an exciting semester for students, faculty, admin, and other community members in the Honours Bachelor of Creative Writing & Publishing. This semester saw the launch of a new, monthly film series focused on writing-… Read More

An anonymous message from a FHASS colleague…

I have decided that this should be anonymous because I wish to focus your attention on the message that I have to give, rather than on myself.  I am your colleague, and you may have spoken to me or… Read More

Sheridan Reads 2019 with Marlon James!

By: Prof. Glenn Clifton On March 4, 2019, FHASS was thrilled to welcome award-winning author Marlon James to discuss his new novel Black Leopard, Red Wolf for the 2018-2019 installment of Sheridan Reads. Sheridan Reads is an annual… Read More

FHASS People are Sheridan People! (Especially Patrice Esson!)

By: Prof. Jennifer Phenix The Sheridan People Awards is an internal awards system aimed at recognizing and celebrating the achievements of our Sheridan community, its people and groups who “bring Sheridan to life” by ensuring that Sheridan “students… Read More

Talking the Walk in 2019

This semester saw the launch and evolution of the SRCA-funded Talk the Walk project, a social, cultural, and academic community comprised of Sheridan students, staff, and faculty who met once a week throughout the semester at Trafalgar’s Centre… Read More

Tyson Seburn talks to TESOL+

By: Prof. Danielle Freitas In the Fall of 2018, the TESOL Plus Graduate Certificate program proudly hosted a talk with Tyson Seburn on “Inclusive and Othering Approaches to Marginalised Groups.” Tyson was invited to share his expertise as… Read More

FHASS’ Collaboration with Toronto Fringe

By Brittany German Prof. Brandon McFarlane (Creativity and Creative Thinking) has been busy this term! As Sheridan announced on November 5, McFarlane won a $240,000 Community & College Social Innovation Fund from SSHRC to bring Sheridan’s creative problem… Read More

Getting Creative in Peru

The Community Ideas Factory (CIF), a collaborative SSHRC-funded research initiative between Sheridan College and the Oakville Community Foundation, utilizes the principles of creativity and community-based problem-solving to engage beneficiaries and front-line workers in the identification and development of… Read More