Central University of Technology South African delegation visits Sheridan
A delegation from Central University of Technology (CUT) South Africa visited Trafalgar Road Campus on April 28. The delegation, which included Vice Chancellor Professor Pamela Dube and Deputy Vice Chancellor: Research, Innovation and Engagement, Professor Alfred Ngowi, was welcomed by Sheridan’s Student Experience & Enrolment Management Team.
Guests received a tour of campus, with visits to the Centre for Mobile Innovation, the Centre for Elder Research, the Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design and the library, along with the opportunity to be part of the National Science and Engineering Research Council (NSERC)'s on-campus announcement, where Sheridan was recognized for the quality of equity, diversity and inclusion work in research environments. Lunch was followed by a meet and greet with Sheridan President and Vice Chancellor Dr. Janet Morrison and a visit to the Pilon School of Business.
Pictured in photo collage are (top left) Professor Alfred Ngowi, Christina Alcena, Student Affairs and Enrolment Management and Professor Pamela Dube; (top right) Andrea England, Vice Provost, Research, Professor Pamela Dube, President and Vice Chancellor Dr. Janet Morrison and Professor Alfred Ngowi; and (bottom) Deanna McQuarrie, Vice President, Student Experience and Enrolment Management, student Mashira Malek, Janice Fennell, Director, Accessible Learning & Inclusion, Elena Shik, Associate Director, International Services, student Boluwatife Michael Sansui and student Ademidun Abimbola.
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