Goodbyes and Some Last Bits of Advice

Kate Cayley. Credit: Livia Ambrose

Well, here we are. It’s spring, you are in the middle of exams and I am packing up. It’s been a wonderful year. I’ve been amazed by all the work I’ve seen, all the poems, stories, plays, essays… Read More

Neoliberal Realism and Conflict as Property

Kate Cayley. Credit: Livia Ambrose

As this amazing year winds down (for real, where did the time go?), I’ve been thinking a lot about conflict. Perhaps because there’s so much in the world right now (though there has always been, of course, acknowledged… Read More

Welcome to Winter, 2024!

Dear Colleagues, Open House is one of my favourite events of the year. It’s an opportunity for me to unabashedly laud our Faculty’s achievements and unique offerings from a list that gets longer every semester. In turn, prospective… Read More

Professor Peter Grevstad Hosts Sheridan’s Inaugural Pride Reads!

By Peter Grevstad In 2022 I completed a doctorate with the University of Toronto. My work focuses on the school experiences of LGBTQ+ students in a community college. Part of what I did was an environmental scan for… Read More

Virtual Reality has arrived to the Pre-Health program!

By Tara Hayes In the spring of 2022, Sheridan applied for a College Equipment and Renewal Fund (CERF) from the Ontario Ministry of Colleges and Universities and in the fall of 2022, it was announced that Sheridan was… Read More


FHASS’s LAC (Local Academic Council) during the 2023/2024 academic year introduced three new faculty working groups, with the long-term goal of encouraging faculty involvement across the FHASS community.    In the absence of a faculty senate, the mission of the reimagined LAC… Read More

Kate Cayley and Alex McLean bring The Archive of Missing Things to Sheridan

This Winter, Sheridan Writer-in-Residence Kate Cayley brought Alex McLean from Halifax’s Zuppa Theatre company to Sheridan to discuss the intersection of games and theatre with our CW&P students. First year degree students in the program’s Narrative and New… Read More

Fourth-year CW&P Students Collaborate with Universidad de Sonora, Mexico

This semester in Glenn Clifton’s fourth-year Creative Writing Pedagogy class, senior students in the CW&P degree developed a COIL collaboration with first-year students at Universidad de Sonora in Mexico. As the students at Universidad de Sonora are aspiring… Read More

Mahak Jain publishes The Only Astronaut

Professor Mahak Jain (FHASS, CW&P) has published her third book for children, The Only Astronaut, with Kids Can Press. The book is illustrated by Andrea Stegmaier and has also been translated to Portuguese (Brazil) and German. The Only Astronaut is… Read More

FHASS Welcomes Nicolette Little!

Nicolette Little researches and writes about media, feminist mediated activism, and gender-based violence, and is also a children’s author (A Toot in the Tub, 2018; Khloe’s Kooky Hair Day, forthcoming). She loves teaching, and is happy to be… Read More