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Nut Job 2

Nut Job 2 brought to life by Sheridan Alumni

Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature, opening August 11, takes movie-goers on an adventure with Surly the squirrel as he and his furry friends try to stop their parkland home from being bulldozed and turned ...

Stephanie Gorin – 1981 Sheridan Music Theatre Program graduate

Stephanie Gorin nominated for an Emmy

Four Sheridan alumni nominated for Emmys in casting and sound editing, including Stephanie Gorin, who earned her fifth nomination for casting the television series Fargo.

"Come From Away"

“Come From Away” a Sheridan Success at Dora Awards

“Come From Away” had a strong showing at the 38th annual Dora Mavor Moore Awards, presented at the Elgin Theatre in Toronto on Monday, June 26, 2017.

CFUW-Oakville 2017 Scholarship Awards Recipients

CFUW-Oakville 2017 Scholarship Awards Recipients

The Canadian Federation of University Women of Oakville is happy to announce the deserving recipients of the CFUW-Oakville 2017 Scholarship Awards.

Daniel van Veen, Sheridan Apprentice Medals at Skills Canada 2017 in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Daniel van Veen, Sheridan Apprentice Medals at Skills Canada

Sheridan College 3rd year Apprentice Daniel van Veen representing Team Ontario in the Post-Secondary Precision Machining Competition at Skills Canada in Winnipeg this past week came home with the Bronze medal in one of the ...

Canadian Music Theatre Project 2017. student performers at the cmtp festival of new musicals

Canadian Music Theatre Project 2017 line-up

Sheridan College’s Canadian Music Theatre Project 2017, under the leadership of Michael Rubinoff, Associate Dean, Visual and Performing Arts, is an international centre of excellence for the development of new musicals in Canada.

Students at work

Six medals for Sheridan students at Skills Ontario competition

Sheridan students matched their best showing, bringing home six medals at the 28th-annual Skills Ontario competition held May 1 to 3, 2017 at the Toronto Congress Centre. The event – the largest skilled trade and ...

Dr. Ed Sykes, Professor of mobile computing and Primary Investigator; John Oliver, MP for Oakville; Enrique Ponce, Sheridan Student Union President and Dr. Janet Morrison, Sheridan’s Provost and Vice President Academic, pose at the announcement event celebrating federal funding for Sheridan’s Centre for Mobile Innovation.

Federal investment totals of $3.3 million for Sheridan College

Mobile computing and its supporting industries are pervasive in our society and the need for innovative solutions is pressing and immediate.

Samantha Piper and Adrian Zeyl

Sheridan makes History with Tony Award Nomination for “Come From Away”

An enthusiastic crowd of staff, students, alumni and friends reacted with raucous applause at the news that Come From Away, the Broadway blockbuster musical that got its start at Sheridan, racked up a total of ...

Oakville Celebrates National Canadian Film Day

April 19th 2017 is National Canadian Film Day, billed as the largest film festival in the world, is being celebrated across the town of Oakville with various events both private and open to the public ...

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