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Sheridan’s 2018 Canadian Music Theatre Project Season

Yesterday, fourth year students in Sheridan’s renowned Honours Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance program began workshopping four new musicals as part of the Canadian Music Theatre Project (CMTP)

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Sheridan’s Jon Klassen named to the Order of Canada

Award-winning children’s author and illustrator Jon Klassen is among the 105 individuals to have been appointed to the Order of Canada on June 29, 2018

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Dr. Janet Morrison: Sheridan College’s new President and Vice Chancellor

On June 11, 2018, Sheridan’s Board of Governors enthusiastically accepted the unanimous recommendation by Sheridan’s Presidential Search Committee to appoint Dr. Janet Morrison as Sheridan’s Eighth President and Vice Chancellor.

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Four New Musicals for 2018 created by Sheridan CMTP

Michael Rubinoff, Producing Artistic Director of Sheridan College’s Canadian Music Theatre Project (CMTP), is proud to announce the lineup of new musicals that will be workshopped in September by Sheridan’s Honours Bachelor of Music Theatre ...

Greenhouse gas 3D rendering of the photovoltaic solar array power system to be installed by Hatch at the New Oakville Hospital in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. (CNW Group/HATCH)

Clear local targets set to reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

In collaboration with Sheridan College, Oakville is moving forward with the development of a Community Energy Plan (CEP) that will set clear targets for reducing energy and greenhouse gas emissions.

Come from Away

Come From Away: a celebration of Sheridan College

When the hit Broadway musical Come From Away makes its long awaited return to Toronto, Sheridan will have numerous reasons to celebrate.

2017 Premier’s Award

Sheridan grad takes home 2017 Premier’s Award

Sheridan alumna Stephanie Gorin (Music Theatre ’81) has won the 2017 Premier’s Award in the Creative Arts and Design category.

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Sheridan ranks as top Research College in three categories

Research Infosource Inc. recently released its annual ranking of Canada’s Top 50 Research Colleges, and Sheridan came out on top in three different categories for large colleges:

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Poverty Elimination Symposium: a human rights-based issue

Last week Sheridan College and a consortium of community organizations hosted a special that poverty elimination symposium focused on reframing as a human rights-based issue.

Craig Henighan - Emmy Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series - Stranger Things

Craig Henighan – Sheridan Graduate wins Emmy for Series Sound Editing

Craig Henighan, a 1995 graduate of Sheridan College’s Media Arts program, has won an Emmy for Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series for his work on Stranger Things.

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