President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Janet Morrison shares insights on international students at Sheridan
In a recent publication in the Toronto Star, Sheridan’s President and Vice Chancellor Dr. Janet Morrison shares her insights on the importance of strong and courageous leadership willing to make bold decisions to provide international students with life-long positive impact.
In the article, Dr. Morrison discusses Sheridan’s deliberate decision to pause its international student growth strategy in 2017, and the college’s obligation to invest in its international student community, resulting in a collaboration with the City of Brampton and other partners to create a Charter for Improving the International Student Experience. The article also notes Sheridan's plans for international growth moving forward, with the support of municipal and community partners.
Read the full story on thestar.com.
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