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

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

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

Professor Anna Boshnakova Presents in Würzburg

From September 25th to 29th, 2023, Dr. Anna Gandossi-Boshnakova participated in the 12th Symposium of the International Study Group on Music Archaeology (ISGMA), “Artifacts – Images –Text: Archaeology and the Historiography of Sound.” The symposium explored the multiple… 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

Portals to the Past: Augmented Reality Exhibits Showcasing Sheridan’s Rich History

“Interesting things happen here” – Bob Tiegs Is it a faux-pas to quote yourself at the start of your own essay?  It doesn’t matter, I’ve already typed it.  In any case, those were the words that I repeated… Read More

Nathaniel Barr Presents at the Collision Conference

AI and Creativity: What’s Left for Humans to do? How does the ascent of AI relate to creativity and innovation? How do uniquely human skills fit into the equation as more and more can be offloaded to machines?… Read More

Professor Owen Percy Writes Introduction to Sid Marty’s Collected Poems

Prof. Owen Percy’s recent critical and editorial project of promoting and celebrating the poetry of Alberta writer Sid Marty came to fruition with the publication of Old Man’s River: New and Collected Poems last Spring by NeWest Press. Marty is… Read More

Professor Laura Trethewey Publishes Second Book

This coming July, creative nonfiction professor Laura Trethewey will publish her second book, The Deepest Map: The Amazing Global Race to Chart the World’s Oceans with Goose Lane Editions.  This dramatic and action-packed story of the last mysterious place on earth—the world’s seafloor—documents the… Read More

Professor Hee-Seung Kang Presents on TESOL and COIL

FHASS Professor Hee-Seung Kang (ESL & TESOL) presented her research in Innovations in Education Conference 2022 (McMaster University). The title of her presentation was “Reimagining ESL Teacher Education: Integrating Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) into TESOL Curriculum.”  Drawing on sociocultural… Read More