Jennifer Chambers’s Research Project Wraps up a Great Year!

Jennifer Chambers SRCA-funded research project, Everybody’s Got a Story, wrapped up at the end of the semester with over 60 stories from a diverse range of students, staff, and faculty across Sheridan. This project enlisted the help of… Read More

Stories of Home: An Update

In the Fall 2021 Alchemy edition, we introduced a new project set up by a team from the English as a Second Language (ESL) department: Nataly Shaheen, Claudia Daniela Cirip, Sara Cordeiro Alexandre, Suzanne Soares, and Diana Catargiu…. Read More

Danielle Freitas wins CSSE Doctoral Award!

Each year, the Canadian Society for the Study of Education and the Canadian Association for Teacher Education (CATE) recognize significant contributions to research in teacher education in Canada. Dr. Danielle Freitas (AD) received this award for 2021, for her doctoral thesis,… Read More

Alireza Sobhanmanesh Wins E-Campus Grant!

Professor Alireza Sobhanmanesh has been working on a project which received $74,130 in funding from E-Campus Ontario. The project includes designing a course that aims to enhance advanced-level ESL learners’ language learning motivation, in addition to teaching them… Read More

Sheridan Creativity Profs Tackle Vaccine Confidence

Professors Nathaniel Barr and Michael McNamara have been hard at work on two NSERC grants for their work targeting vaccine misinformation. Their most recent project, Equipping Citizens to Promote Vaccine Confidence in Canada, aims to equip Canadians that have… Read More

Joel Lopata and Nathaniel Barr publish on Creativity in Education

Congratulations to Professors Joel Lopata and Nathaniel Barr, who have had a paper accepted to a special issue of Translational Issues in Psychology Science! The article, Dual-modes of Creative Thought in the Classroom: Implications of Network Neuroscience for… Read More

FHASS and SRCA… again please!

The latest round of Scholarship, Research, and Creative Activities (SRCA) funding was allocated in February, and to no one’s surprise, FHASS names and projects were prominently on display! You can check out the announcement on Sheridan Central right… Read More

Jennifer Chambers gets the perfect Angle…

CW&P professor Dr. Jennifer Chambers–who also stands as the Member-at-Large (Colleges) of the Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English (ACCUTE) has an article in the most recent issue of The Angle, the ACCUTE Newsletter for… Read More

Celebrating Exceptional FHASS Work on SOURCE

by Kathleen Oakey and Adam Duguay FHASS faculty continue to make significant contributions to SOURCE, Sheridan’s digital repository. Over the past year, we have been proud to highlight exemplary works from FHASS faculty on SOURCE, making them available… 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