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If you’re looking to inquire about a news release or article, connect with a Sheridan Expert, download a brand asset or learn more about Sheridan, you’re in the right place.

Media contact

Meagan Kashty
Manager, Communications and Media Relations

Connect with a Sheridan Expert

With more than 140 programs across five Faculties in arts and design, business, health and community studies, humanities and social sciences, and science and technology, as well as five Research and Entrepreneurship Centres, Sheridan has a diverse population of faculty and staff who can share their expertise with media.

We have experts available to speak about current topics in the news including:

  • Artificial intelligence
  • Trends in cybersecurity
  • Skilled trades
  • and more

To connect with a Sheridan Expert, please reach out to the media contact listed above.

About Sheridan

Founded in 1967, Sheridan has grown from a local college of 400 students to one of Ontario’s leading postsecondary institutions, educating approximately 40,000 students every year on three campuses in three Ontario cities — Oakville, Brampton and Mississauga.

An award-winning institution, Sheridan attracts students from across Canada and around the world. Sheridan’s 215,000+ alumni play a critical role in shaping the future of our society in the fields of arts, business, community service, health, technology, and the skilled trades.

From the Newsroom

Sheridan in the media

  • Connected to Nature by DesignMar 27, 2024 | Canadian Interiors Magazine
    David Peterson, architecture professor at Sheridan College, discusses a recent trend in architecture and interior design that finds people increasingly finding ways to integrate nature into projects.
  • In the Age of AI, Students Need to Develop Their Self-IntelligenceMar 21, 2024 | Harvard Business Publishing Education
    Cherie Werhun, Associate Vice Provost of Human Development and Potential at Sheridan College shares five ways educators can help cultivate these uniquely human skills.
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