Nermine Abd Elkader: Problems of a Multicultural Education in a Pluralistic Society

Nermine Abd Elkader, a partial-load Professor of English Language Studies at Sheridan, has recently had her article “Dialogic Multicultural Education Theory and Praxis: Dialogue and the Problems of Multicultural Education in a Pluralistic Society” published in Dialogic Pedagogy:… Read More

Mikal Radford Joins International Publication of Jain Scholarship

Mikal Radford, Professor of Religion and Philosophy at Sheridan, is pleased to announce his acceptance of an invitation to join a group of international Jain scholars in the creation of an encyclopedia of Jainism by Brill Academic Publishing… Read More

First Nations Elder Bertha Skye Visits Pre-Intermediate ESL Class

From Professor Violet Funk:  I had invited an Elder of the First Nations, Bertha Skye, to talk to my ESL Pre-Intermediate class about native Canadian culture.  The outcomes for this lesson were to write a personal email expressing… Read More

My Success Story: Mickey Maunes

I am Michael Philip Maunes, but you can call me Mickey, for short. I was born on July 3, 1988, in Manila, Philippines, to a single parent, Socorro Perlita Maunes. When I was 3 years old, I was… Read More

School Within a College (SWAC): Open House at Sheridan College

By Barb Guglielmi, Archbishop Romero Catholic Secondary School On November 25, 2014 Dufferin Peel students and teachers were invited to a SWAC Open House/Information Session at Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus. Archbishop Romero staff and Sheridan staff welcomed… Read More

Meet Joanne Stewart, Academic Upgrading

My name is Joanne Stewart. I’ve been working as part-time support staff for the Academic Upgrading department for about seven years, and prior to working at Sheridan I was a stay at home mom to my one daughter…. Read More

Meet Professor Brandon McFarlane

Brandon McFarlane is thrilled to bring his expertise on the creative city and Canadian urban culture to Sheridan. He completed his doctoral studies at the University of Toronto, where he produced the first comprehensive study and theorization of… Read More

Meet Professor Violet Funk

Violet Funk was herself an international student in the United States and understands first hand what the international students go through at Sheridan. After graduating, she went to work in the banking industry in Malaysia, Singapore and Canada…. Read More

Meet Professor Robyn Read

Robyn Read joined Sheridan College this past January as a Professor of Writing and Publishing. She’s returning home to Ontario after living in Alberta for almost a decade. She completed her PhD in English at the University of… Read More

Meet Natalie Manrique, Assistant to the Dean

Natalie Manrique is the Administrative Assistant to the Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Faculty of Continuing and Professional Studies. She joined Sheridan in November 2014 and is very appreciative of the warm… Read More