Science & Technology
Why is generative AI both exciting and terrifying?
Sep 27, 2023
Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design Associate Dean Myles Bartlett discusses generative AI's capabilities, how educators should approach it and more.
Place & Space
PowerON commissioned artwork by Indigenous student artist Roma Maré for the main terminal electric bus charger at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.
Sheridan’s Animal Care program opened up the doors to travel and adventure with a purpose for alumna Laura DiCarlo, who followed up on her passion for animal welfare by travelling to Thailand to learn about the rescue and rehabilitation of elephants through a program run by Loop Abroad.
The rich history of the Bronte community was the inspiration for a mural created by a team of five Sheridan students studying Illustration.
Sep 19, 2023
Eight years after graduating from Sheridan, Sunaynna Venkatesh and Shubham Aggarwal are among the international students who have successfully built the life they had aspired to through their College credentials.
Arts & Design
Sep 28, 2023
Combating loneliness was a top priority for the winning teams during this year’s RTI and IxD Challenge – a two-phase collaborative assignment that challenges student teams to develop creative solutions to real-world issues.
Professor and student researchers training oyster mushrooms to feed on single-use pipettes
As the Schlegel Innovation Leader in Arts and Aging at Sheridan’s Centre for Elder Research (CER), Dr. Kate Dupuis blends research with her passion for the arts. Her latest work comes with the help of generous funding from the Retired Teachers of Ontario Foundation (RTOERO) and looks at enabling more Canadians access to visual art-making opportunities virtually.
An innovative pedal-powered water purification system developed at Sheridan has landed in the new WorldSkills Museum in Shanghai.
In this edition of Take 5, Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design Associate Dean Myles Bartlett breaks down generative AI's capabilities, compares it to past technological advancements, discusses how educators should approach it and more.
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.
Sheridan is pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Jones to the position of Dean of the Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design (FAAD).
Animation Career Review ranking based on academic reputation, employment data, admission selectivity, depth and breadth of programs, and financial value.