News & Updates: Sheridan Research
Research Guidelines with Indigenous Peoples
This document is designed to provide Sheridan faculty, staff and students with suggested practices to guide their research when working with Indigenous Peoples and to establish a set of standards to ensure that all research activities are undertaken with care and respect.
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Sheridan Creates: Exploring Transformations in Higher Education
Upcoming event: March 3, 2021
Registration is now open for Sheridan Creates.
This event is an opportunity to share and celebrate Sheridan's Scholarship, Research and Creative Activities (SRCA) and Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) projects with the greater Sheridan community. Sheridan Creates provides a chance for faculty, staff, students and industry/community partners to celebrate and discover new and meaningful connections and explore the intersection of ideas in an engaging virtual space.
Sheridan receives funding for social innovation research
June 1, 2020
The Natural Sciences and Engineering Council of Canada (NSERC) posted an official award announcement online this week, celebrating the investment of over $76 million for 128 new applied research projects through the tri-agency College and Community Innovation Program and the College-Industry Innovation Fund from the Canada Foundation for Innovation. Sheridan was awarded two grants from the College and Community Social Innovation Fund (CCSIF) that will support collaborative social innovation research projects in partnership with community organizations.
Sheridan launches Senior-to-Senior Anti-Bullying Toolkit
April 27, 2020
A Sheridan research team led by professor and principal investigator Dr. Kirsten Madsen (Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences) and the Centre for Elder Research, working in collaboration with Elder Abuse Prevention Ontario, have launched Solutions: Everybody’s Business – the Senior to Senior Anti-Bullying Toolkit.