Call for Papers: Philosophy of Education Conference

George Brown College invites faculty to attend and/or present at their upcoming second annual Philosophy of Education Conference to be held May 28th, 2015 at their waterfront campus. The conference invites faculty, staff and administrators to submit proposals… Read More

CTL Spring & Summer Series

The Faculty Development Team in the Centre for Teaching & Learning invites faculty to attend the Second Annual Spring & Summer Series, a series of workshops developed and delivered for faculty, by faculty. This year the Spring &… Read More

Cool Stuff: Gothic Text to Gothic Game

Some creative and ambitious 2nd-year students in Professor Anita Agar’s Gothic in the Western Imagination class (LITT20004GD) recently took an exciting interdisciplinary approach to literary analysis. The students, hailing from Sheridan’s Game Development program, created an online game… Read More

Cool Stuff: HERA Conference Deadline Extended

The organizers of the 2015 Humanities Education and Research Association (HERA) Annual Conference have extended the deadline for proposals to December 1, 2014. This year’s conference—Beyond the Binary—will be held in San Francisco from April 9-11, 2015. According… Read More

Cool Stuff: Homeward Bound Halton Program Update

From Rossana Gorys: Home Suite Hope, along with the Oakville Community Foundation and Region of Halton, are sponsoring five women who will be enrolled in a two-year diploma program at Sheridan. The women are currently in the Academic… Read More

Cool Stuff: Ian Williams Writes

If you’re missing Professor Ian Williams (Literary Studies and Creative Writing) around campus this semester it’s because he’s been serving as the 2014-2015 Canadian Writer-in-Residence in the Calgary Distinguished Writers Program at the University of Calgary. The residency… Read More

Cool Stuff: Intercultural Intersections CFP

Please check out the Call for Papers for the Learning at Intercultural Intersections Conference (March 11-13, 2015) at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, BC. Keynotes will feature research and presentations from regional, national, and international scholars on intercultural… Read More