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

Remembering Peter Steven

By Michael Baker It was with sadness that FHASS learned over the winter holiday of the passing of our retired colleague, Peter Steven (1950-2023). Peter arrived to Sheridan in 2007 and was a Professor of Film Studies until his… Read More

TESOL Plus Program Travels to Brazil

Sheridan’s TESOL Plus Program has been working on a project with a goal to cultivate a sense of global connections and to provide intercultural experiences to students through virtual and physical educational models. In the first stage, students… Read More

The Ampersand Review Launches First Ever &nd Festival!

By Tali Voron On November 3rd and 4th,The Ampersand Review of Writing & Publishing and the Creative Writing & Publishing program hosted the inaugural &nd Festival at Sheridan College’s Hazel McCallion campus. The aim of the festival was… Read More

Stories of Home Launches Website

by Diana Catargiu The ongoing Stories of Home project launched its storytelling website this year, with an official launch event on the HMC campus on June 1st. The main goal of the project – which is the recipient… Read More

FHASS Launches PACRE Graduate Certificate

In Fall 2023, the School of Humanities and Creativity in Sheridan’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences launched a new graduate certificate—the Program in Applied Creativity and Innovation (PACRE). PACRE is an interdisciplinary credential for mid-career professionals and… Read More

Professor Sara Cumming Collaborates on NSRC Life Skills Project

Engaging Students in Research The Life Skills Project is the third iteration of the Community Ideas Factory funded by the College Community Social Innovation Fund (NSRC-CCSIF). Bringing together expertise from across the faculties at Sheridan with 15 not-for-profit… Read More

Embracing Museums as Experiential Learning: Artifactual Analyses with New Anthropological Perspectives

By Daniel Jankulovski As children we visit museums and are witness to the excitement of seeing artifacts and world history. We walk through each floor twisting our necks to see what we may have missed as the plethora… Read More