Atwood and Warriors!

Professor Sarah Tsiang had a chance to hang out with some of Canada’s most illustrious authors this September at the Kingston WritersFest. She hosted a panel with Margaret Atwood, Corey Redekop, and Madeline Ashby to talk about their… Read More

Julie Morris investigates strategies to support the Learning Centre

Julie is working currently on a research study that assesses the Sheridan College Learning Centres as a part of her Teaching and Learning Academy 3 project, which is a part of her full-time probationary service.  As an integral… Read More

The Amazing ESL Club

Written by: Dan Cornish, MA (Applied Linguistics) During 2012-13, a once-defunct club for students learning English as a Second Language at Sheridan College was revived by ESL professor Alexandra (Sacha) Fejer.  From the beginning, Sacha was determined to have… Read More

Joyce Wayne’s new novel: The Cook’s Temptation

Joyce Wayne is preparing for the release of her first book, The Cook’s Temptation, this February. We were lucky enough to ask a few questions of Joyce! Can you tell us a bit about the book? The Cook’s… Read More

Michael McNamara: Professor of Creativity and Creative Thinking

In August of this year, Mike joined Sheridan as the new Professor of Creativity and Creative Thinking.  He brings with him a research program centered squarely on participatory design, creative problem-solving, and community engagement.  Through this work, Mike… Read More

Ian Williams in Winnipeg

Our own Ian Williams was on a panel recently with the writers Elisabeth de Mariaffi, Jim Lynch, and Charlene Diehl. The event was written up on Thin Air and is worth a read!

Welcoming Sociologist Sara Cumming

Sara Cumming joined the School of Social and Life Sciences this past fall. We’re thrilled to have her! Anna Boshnakova asked Sara to tell us a bit about herself. Sara Cumming: “My goal as a sociologist is to… Read More

Welcoming Rory Sommers

Rory Sommers joined FHASS this fall and Anna Boshnakova asked him to tell us a bit about himself. Welcome Rory! Rory Sommers: “One of the reasons I enjoy teaching at Sheridan so much is the diversity of our… Read More

Why Stories Matter: Introducing Alexander Hollenberg

Dr. Alexander Hollenberg is a Professor of Storytelling and Narrativity in Sheridan’s School of Humanities and Creativity. His areas of expertise include American modernist literatures, narrative theory, and the ethics of interpretation. Although still in the early stages… Read More

Awarding our Incredible Students

FHASS’ annual student awards ceremony took place in the evening of June 10th.  A vibrant celebration of student achievement and academic success, the ceremony opened with a stirring keynote speech by Michael Callaghan, a graduate of the General… Read More