Meet Prof. Alireza Sobhanmanesh (ESL)

Alireza is a professor of ESL in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Sheridan. He is a Ph.D Candidate in Education at the University of Ottawa, currently in the final stages of completing his degree. As… Read More

Meet Prof. Marlon Valencia (ESL)

Marlon Valencia is a Professor of English as a Second Language in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. He received Master’s degrees in Foreign Languages and Cultures from Washington State University and Applied Linguistics from York University…. Read More

Meet Prof. Malissa Phung (Communications, English, Cultural Studies)

Malissa Phung is honoured and privileged to live and work as an uninvited guest on the territories of the Huron-Wendat, Mississauga, Haudenosaunee, Anishnaabe peoples. She is a second-generation settler descendant of Sino-Vietnamese refugees who have resettled on the… Read More

Meet Paulina Delfino (Program Support Specialist)

Paulina has obtained diplomas from Humber and Seneca College, and is currently in progress of completing her B.A. in Psychology from Queens University.  Paulina has over 10 years of experience providing support services to students, faculty, and administrative… Read More

Meet Prof. Joel Lopata (Psychology and Creativity)

Dr. Joel Lopata is a Professor of Psychology and Creativity at Sheridan. Joel holds a Ph.D. in Applied Psychology from Western University, as well as a M.Ed., a B.Ed., and a BFA (Film and Video Production). His scholarly… Read More

Nathaniel Barr continues to find his Reasons

In a recently released chapter entitled “Why Reason Matters: Connecting Research on Human Reason to the Challenges of the Anthropocene,” Prof. Nathaniel Barr and his colleague Gordon Pennycook provide evidence to show why advancing and applying the study of… Read More

Marcel Nelson in Latin American Perspectives

Prof. Marcel Nelson recently published an article titled “Walking the Tightrope of Socialist Governance: A Strategic-Relational Analysis of Twenty-first-Century Socialism” online in the journal Latin American Perspectives. The article will appear in an upcoming thematic issue of the… Read More

Claire Meldrum on the Research Trail

Prof. Claire Meldrum has recently won two research fellowships in support of her current biography project about nineteenth century detective fiction writer Anna Katharine Green. She received the 2018 Weston A. Cate Fellowship from the Vermont Historical Society and a Harry Ransom… Read More