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Dean DeBlois

Dean DeBlois – Sheridan Graduate nominated for Academy Award

Acclaimed writer and director Dean DeBlois (Animation ’90) has received an Academy Award nomination for best animated feature for How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.

Liz Howard

Liz Howard: Sheridan’s inaugural writer-in residence

The faculty, staff, and students of the Honours Bachelor of Creative Writing & Publishing (CW&P) at Sheridan College are excited to welcome poet Liz Howard as their inaugural writer-in-residence for the Winter 2020 semester.

Social Innovation

Social innovation and social finance funds available

On December 20, 2019 the Government of Canada announced that Stage one of its ten-year, $800 million commitment to funding social innovation and social finance across Canada has launched.

Nine

Nine is Italy in Another Way: Theatre Sheridan Review

Nine comes to Theatre Sheridan with a clearly Italian swagger that pleasantly fills Sheridan’s Studio Theatre. It’s a standard production of Maury Yeston’s Fellini-esque romance, but a well-composed one.

Pneumonia NuPneu

Diagnosing childhood pneumonia becomes less expensive

A device designed by a team of faculty and student researchers at Sheridan’s Centre for Mobile Innovation (CMI) has the potential to impact the diagnosis of community-acquired pneumonia – a significant cause of death for ...

Global Covenant

Oakville joins Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy ‘Showcase Cities’

Oakville was selected to join the first Showcase Cities cohort led by the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy (GCoM) Canada. Over the next year, the townwill receive intensive support to help reduce ...

new programs

Sheridan Kicks off Fall 2019 Term with New Programs

It’s an auspicious time at Sheridan as the college kicks off the Fall 2019 term with two new programs, embarks on a federal inclusion and equity initiative, and celebrates the 50thanniversary of its acclaimed glassblowing ...

Theatre Sheridan 2019-2020 Season

Theatre Sheridan 2019-2020 Season has been announced, and as always it promises blockbuster musicals as well as lesser known masterpieces. This season includes:

Junk, Plants and Radios: Sheridan’s 2019 Festival of New Musicals

What does a Nottingham house full of garbage, two Amish girls growing marijuana, and a radio show by an Arizona teenager all have in common? Why, the Canadian Music Theatre Project 2019, of course.

Key Performance Indicator

Key Performance Indicator ranks Sheridan number one

Key Performance Indicator (KPI) results were released on Sept. 25 for Ontario’s public colleges and Sheridan once again stands out for its quality learning experience that prepares students for future employment.

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