Sheridan Students Showcase Public History Posters during Black History Month

By Christian Knudsen On February 5th, Sheridan students taking the general education elective HIST19936G, Canada in the Making: Exploring Canadian History, showcased public history posters they designed as part of their course work at the opening night of… Read More

Constrain, Apply, and Release

by Lukasz Kurowski, Professor of Philosophy and Social Sciences Over the past few years I have noticed that in the age of social media and the world of Google our students appear to have lost specific analytical abilities… Read More

A FHASS and CTL Initiative

Supporting Sheridan College’s Faculty and Staff to meet the needs of Sheridan’s multilingual and international student population by Professors Ranya Khan (FHASS) and Carol Appleby (CTL) A different norm on college campuses: No longer is the monocultural, monolingual… Read More

Creativity… with friends like these

by Michael J. McNamara, Professor of Creativity and Creative Thinking Who amongst us hasn’t enjoyed a little good-natured ribbing at the hands of friends and family members? Having spent the vast majority of my adult life in the… Read More