Roots of Freedom Comes to Sheridan

On October 21, 2105, the Roots of Freedom Festival was held at Sheridan. Put on annually by the Canadian Caribbean Association of Halton and the Oakville Museum, the purpose of the festival is to foster an understanding of… Read More

A “Tall” Achievement: ESL Students Reach New Heights

From Professor Violet Funk: “Walking is a pleasure but taking the stairs from the basement of the B building to the 3rd floor is sometimes challenging. While explaining differences in grammar patterns to my ESL EAP students, I… Read More

A 5-star Achievement

By Violet Funk You have to admire those who say, “I can do this!”  Meet Lissette Morelos, an ESL EAP student from Venezuela. She delivered puppies in her home. This was not an emergency delivery – it was… Read More

Meet Professor Michelle Szabo (Environmental Studies and Sociology)

Michelle Szabo is a Professor of Environmental Studies and Sociology in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Sheridan. She received her Ph.D in Environmental Studies from York University and was subsequently a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow in Sociology… Read More

Meet Professor Alia Somani (English and Postcolonial Literature)

Alia Somani is delighted to join Sheridan College as a Professor of English and Postcolonial Literature. Before coming to Sheridan, Alia taught at various colleges and universities including Trent University, Centennial College, and the University of Toronto. Alia… Read More

Meet Professor Tania Iveson (ESL)

Tania started her teaching career at the age of six, when she mastered the ability to prop up all her stuffed animals and hold classes where each furry friend had its own task. With many informal years under… Read More

Meet Professor Nathaniel Barr (Creativity and Creative Thinking)

  Nathaniel Barr is a Professor of Creativity and Creative Thinking specializing in cognitive psychology who is excited at the prospect of understanding and enhancing creativity at Sheridan and beyond through cross-disciplinary collaboration. Prior to joining Sheridan, he… Read More

Meet Professor Jessica Carey (Literary and Cultural Studies)

Jessica is thrilled to be making her home at Sheridan after several years of being an itinerant teacher and scholar in English and Cultural Studies. Since receiving her doctorate from McMaster University in 2011, her career has included… Read More

Taylor Graham’s Cottage Radio hits the stage

FHASS professor and playwright Taylor Graham recently had the pleasure of seeing her MFA thesis — a play called Cottage Radio — come to fruition on stage in a full production by the Alumnae Theatre Company in downtown… Read More

Check out Shoilee Khan’s Bluegate Reading Collective

FHASS professor Shoilee Khan extends an invitation to a themed reading series she has organized called the Bluegate Reading Collective which is set to take place at Studio 89 in Mississauga. Shoilee is curating and hosting the event… Read More