Health & Wellness
Sheridan’s revolutionary osteopathy degree
Apr 19, 2023
First Canadian program of its kind shaped by international, research, educational and multidisciplinary perspectives.
Kelly Drennan (Print Journalism, ’98) has devoted her life to sustainability within the fashion industry, founding the now 16-year-old successful Canadian non-profit Fashion Takes Action. With her work more important than ever, she and her team continue to make progress toward a greener future.
Arts & Design
Nick ‘Walker’ Grimshaw (Media Arts ’14, Bachelor of Film & Television ’18), who was nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for best original music in a feature-length documentary this year, says the connections he made at Sheridan, and the college’s reputation for excellence, have gone a long way in his success in the industry.
Arts & Design
Less than a decade since graduating, Chelsea Charles (Bachelor of Illustration ’16) is releasing three books that centre on Black Canadian stories: The Hockey Jersey, Little Black Lives Matter and The Trailblazing Life of Viola Desmond: A Civil Rights Icon.
Place & Space
Apr 26, 2023
Professor Fran Quintero Rawlings discusses her research into how western society processes grief, the value of a supportive community, and more.
May 5, 2023
Thanks to a gift from ScotiaRISE, Sheridan has expanded international student work opportunities on campus.
This new sub-brand captures the power of Sheridan’s work and the energy of new ideas. It conveys a sense of momentum, growth and change, which mirrors the transformative landscape across Sheridan’s Faculties and Centres.
Sheridan atop two categories in Research Infosource Inc.’s annual summary, Canada’s Top 50 Research Colleges.
Steffi Marcos joined Sheridan’s Information Systems Security program and found the support she had been looking for as a woman pursuing a career in science and technology. Today, she is a successful cyber security expert who believes women must be encouraged to join the profession.
Sheridan is partnering with the Canadian College of Technology and Trades on the delivery of two skilled trades programs in Fort Erie, Ontario.
First Canadian public postsecondary degree of its kind was informed by international, research, educational and multidisciplinary perspectives
Developed in Winter 2022 by students in Sheridan's Journalism program, the Layers of Loneliness website explores the impact of loneliness and how to combat it.
After accumulating years of hands-on experience as a social worker, Dane Griffiths is creating profound change in the lives of Ontarians living with HIV as the director of the Gay Men’s Sexual Health Alliance.
Learners graduating from this program will have completed the necessary competency-based education to practice as an osteopathic manual practitioner.
Forbes Magazine released its annual ranking of Canada’s Best Employers and Sheridan is first on the list.