FHASS Welcomes Paula Ogg!

Paula Ogg has been a professor at Sheridan since 2011 consulting on curriculum design and development, teaching and learning, and instructional design and technology as well as teaching in EASL, COMM, and TESOL Plus classes. Paula has certification… Read More

Alia Somani Takes New Role as GenEd Coordinator

By Alia Somani In January of 2024, I took on the role of Programme Coordinator of General Education. In addition to teaching, which I love, this role enables me to engage with the broader Sheridan community. It involves… Read More

Lisa Droogendyk assumes GASU Coordinator Role

Greetings from the new General Arts and Sciences Coordinator! Having served as the General Arts and Sciences Faculty Advisor last semester, I am excited to take on this new role where I can work closely with Dalia and our… Read More

Dalia Hanna (AD) Presents Research at ICERI & Ed Tech Conferences

Last year, Dalia Hanna (Associate Dean, School of Social & Life Science) engaged in several research opportunities, highlighting the outcomes of research and development work conducted within Sheridan and extending her postdoctoral interdisciplinary work.  Dalia presented virtually and… Read More

Jennifer Phenix’s Lessons about Greek Myth Inspire Student’s Professional Work

Jennifer Phenix’s courses about Greek Myth are providing fodder for professional illustrator Kai Lui’s work after graduation. In Jennifer’s Degree Breadth Elective Myths of the Greek Gods, students are invited to create a visual piece of a Greek… Read More

Patsy Marshall’s Students Push Their Boundaries!

“A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions”.                                              — Oliver Wendell Holmes An assignment given to our students in the Principles of Creative Problem-Solving course involves them trying… Read More

Read More Poetry

Kate Cayley. Credit: Livia Ambrose

One of the many things I love about poetry is how deeply elusive it is. Which can also be maddening. But it is the thing most compatible (at least for me) with the fact of being alive. By… Read More