Research & Scholarship
Take 5 with Dr. Kate Dupuis
Sep 23, 2022
Why is it so important for older adults to participate in arts-based activities?
Teaching & Learning
Sheridan business students aren't just discussing universal topics in class — they're having those discussions with peers around the world, many of whom have contrasting views based on cultural and economic differences.
A two-day summit, organized by Sheridan College and the City of Brampton, has laid the foundation for a Brampton International Student Charter that’s being envisaged as a road map for making Brampton a best-practice leader in supporting international students.
Arts & Design
In a tribute to environmental sustainability, Sheridan College graduate Resa McConaghy (Fashion Design-Knit Design ’79) is using her skills and creativity as a costume designer to make stunning gowns from materials headed for landfills.
Sep 26, 2022
Amritpal Gill (Police Foundation ‘10) met Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle in May this year as a member of an RCMP contingent.
Sep 16, 2022
The new season will be marked by a return to live performances, a celebration of the work of local artists, and the continued evolution of First Drafts.
SIRT’s two presentations at ICFF Industry Days will explore achievements and possibilities in the fields of virtual production and digital humans.
Sheridan’s research infrastructure will receive a generous injection of support from the Natural Sciences Engineering and Research Council of Canada (NSERC).
Sheridan's annual Architecture Week brings students, faculty and staff together as family.
Kris Girdauskas (Tool and Die Maker Apprentice ’02) set up his own shop a couple of months before his graduation, and has been striding towards success since then, with the help of fellow alumni.
Sept. 24 national social media initiative led by Sheridan professor and researcher Dr. Kate Dupuis.
Sheridan professor Dr. Tanya Holloway agrees that regular exercise is a great way to improve your health — as long as you aren’t doing too much, too soon after a COVID infection.
Government-funded program can qualify students to become personal support workers (PSWs) in just six months and is also a stepping stone towards Sheridan's Practical Nursing diploma program.
Output of two-day summit at Davis Campus will form basis of community charter supporting international student success, including shared principles, actions, and a mechanism for accountability.