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Toronto Fringe Festival 2019 enhanced by Sheridan Students

Sheridan College research students have a front row seat at this year’s Toronto Fringe Festival, which kicks off July 3. Sheridan students are generating a buzz in Toronto’s theatre industry for their pioneering work in ...

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Sheridan Illustration professor wins picture book award

Long-time Honours Bachelor of Illustration professor and program coordinator, Joe Morse, alongside author Wab Kinew, has been recognized with the Ruth & Sylvia Schwartz Children’s Picture Book Award.

Isolation

Isolation and Loneliness Toolkit launched by Sheridan

To mark Seniors’ Month in Ontario this June, the Sheridan Centre for Elder Research is excited to launch the Building Connected Communities: Social Isolation and Loneliness Toolkit.

NSERC

NSERC CCI Program gives $149K to Sheridan

Sheridan College will receive $149,331 in research funding through the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada’s (NSERC) College and Community Innovation (CCI) Program to fuel digital human visualization and animation development.

Animation School

Animation School at Sheridan ranked as the world’s best

Sheridan is the top animation school in the world, according to Animation Career Review’s 2019 rankings of the top international animation colleges in the world, excluding the U.S.

Work-integrated learning

Work-integrated learning takes many forms at Sheridan

Work-integrated learning (WIL) is a vital component of the Sheridan student experience. Hands-on, applied experience complements students’ in-class learning and helps prepare them for future employment.

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Sheridan students win national and provincial co-op and work-integrated learning awards

Two Sheridan students have been recognized with national and provincial awards for their strong academic performance, commitment to enhancing the profile of work-integrated learning, and effort to make a difference in their communities.

Sheridan student wins big at Stanford hackathon

Third-year Honours Bachelor of Interaction Design student Christina Weng won two awards at TreeHacks, a hackathon that took place at Stanford University in California from February 15 – 17, 2019.

Domee Shi

Sheridan Alumni Domee Shi takes home an Oscar

Sheridan alumna Domee Shi (Bachelor of Animation ’11) has been awarded the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film for her directorial debut, Bao.

Hackathon

Student-led hackathon – designing for older adults

More than 100 students from across Ontario gathered at Sheridan’s Trafalgar Campus for a hackathon organized by Sheridan’s student-run Hackademics Club. Hackville – a 36-hour hackathon took place from February 8th to 10th.

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