Celebrating Student Success: 2015-2016 FHASS Student Awards

FHASS held its annual Student Awards Ceremony at Macdonald-Heaslip Hall on Sheridan’s Trafalgar campus on June 6, 2016. The event once again brought administration, faculty, staff, students, and their families together to recognize student success from the 2015-2016… Read More

Meet Prof. Erminia Bossio (ESL)

Erminia has been romping about the halls of learning since she was 6. She has a BA in English Literature, an MED in ESL Curriculum and an MA in Rhetoric and Communication Design. Erminia found her calling teaching… Read More

Meet Andrew Staples (GAS Student Advisor)

Andrew Staples joined FHASS in September 2015 as part of the Embedded Student Advisor pilot project in partnership with Student Advisement. After being an integral part of Student Advisement and the HMC community for 4 years, Andrew is… Read More

Meet Raj Dhaliwal (FHASS Operations Manager

Raj Dhaliwal is continuing her Sheridan journey in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in her new role as Operations Manager as of February 2016. Raj joins us from the Office of the Associate Vice-President, Information Technology, where she… Read More

Taylor Graham: The Playwright Applause

FHASS professor Taylor Graham, whose success for her play Cottage Radio was featured in our Fall 2015 issue, continues to receive well-deserved accolades for her playwriting. Specifically, she was been selected by none other than Canadian theatre icon… Read More

Jennifer Chambers at FOLD

FHASS professor Jennifer Chambers moderated the panel “Growing Pains” at the inaugural Festival of Literary Diversity (FOLD) in Brampton on May 7, 2016. This panel highlighted three Canadian writers in the beginning of their literary careers through a… Read More

Hamilton Women’s Book Club

FHASS professors Robyn Read and Owen Percy delivered their second of two presentations to the Hamilton Women’s Book Club on March 28, 2016. Their presentation on Emily St. John Mandel’s 2014 dystopian novel, Station Eleven, generated a lengthy… Read More

The Stories We Teach

Three of FHASS’s Creative Writing faculty presented as a panel on “Stories We Teach: Writing Inspired by the Creative Writing Class and Beyond” at the Canadian Creative Writers and Writing Programs (CCWWP) conference and Canadian Writers’ Summit at… Read More