FHASS Welcomes Kate Cayley as Writer-in-Residence

Kate Cayley. Credit: Livia Ambrose

FHASS and CW&P are delighted to welcome Kate Cayley as our 2023-24 Writer-in-Residence. Kate comes to us with a truly impressive list of publications, awards, and accolades. She is the author of two short story collections, How You… 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

New Gen-Ed Course Addresses Challenge of Sustainability

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Sheridan Professors Marcus Freeman (FHASS) and Vito Masi (FAST) have developed a new General Education course to address a perceived gap in students’ understanding of the global sustainability crisis. The new course, Transitioning to a livable planet: The… 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

Alex Hollenberg Wins Poetry Contest

Congratulations to Professor Alex Hollenberg, who has won CV2’s prestigious 2-Day Poem Contest. The yearly contest challenges poets from all over the world to write a poem in 48 hours. The catch? Poems must include 10 specific words,… Read More

Chris Ambedkar Wins Design Educator Award of Excellence

Congratulations to Professor Chris Ambedkar, who has won the 2023 Design Educator Award of Excellence for Eastern Canada! The award, given by the Association of Registered Graphic Designers, celebrates outstanding contributions to student development and pedagogical research. Nominees… Read More

Joyce Grant Wins Global Youth & News Media Award!

Professor Joyce Grant, currently teaching Writing for Children in our Creative Writing & Publishing Degree, has won the Press Freedom Teaching Award from the Global Youth and New Media Organization. The prize acknowledges Professor Grant’s work to educate… Read More