Cyber Security Symposium paints A realistic picture Of 21st century challenge

A sell-out crowd attended the recent Cyber Security Symposium held at Sheridan’s Hazel McCallion Campus on May 6. Read More

Video: why is applied research helpful?

Sheridan recently collaborated with the six Central Ontario colleges to produce a video describing how applied research impacts both students and faculty members.

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Sheridan hosts Research Community Cafe

In partnership with the Region of Peel, Health Services and the Peel Children and Youth Initiative (PCYI), Sheridan’s Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Office for Undergraduate Research hosted an inaugural Community Research Café on April 17, 2015 at the Davis Campus.

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Transforming Business Education at Sheridan

Is there a better way to teach business? Sheridan thinks so, and with a research grant from the Ontario Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities, Sheridan is exploring new teaching techniques that could produce truly creative business leaders.
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Re-thinking Emergency Response Training: Sheridan Athletic Therapy Student Success Story

Matthew Miller discovered that mannequins can breathe new life into emergency response training. Entering his 3rd year of Sheridan’s Athletic Therapy (AT) program, Matthew wanted to get more involved in research, so he stepped outside his coursework to join Dr. Loriann Hynes, a professor in his department.

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