EEG Project Powered by Experiential Learning

Story about great device created by Sheridan staff and students : EEG Project Powered by Experiential Learning

Everyday Heroes: Kirsten Madsen

Building a Culture of Ethical and Purposeful Research – Story about Kirsten Madsen at Curiosities: http://curiosities.sheridancollege.ca/building-culture-ethical-purposeful-research/  

2015-2016 Applied Research & Innovation Annual Report

Sheridan Applied Research and Innovation is pleased to share the 2015-2016 Applied Research & Innovation Annual Report.  This year’s report highlights a variety of creative activities and events. View the report online: http://research.sheridanc.on.ca/documents/reports/AnnualReport.pdf

Ageism Widespread in Canada Limiting Independence and Choice for Older Adults

Ageism is the most tolerated form of social prejudice in Canada compared to racism and sexism, and many well-intentioned Canadians are, in fact, depriving their elders of the independence and choice that are crucial to aging well. These are among the findings of the Revera Report on Ageism: Independence and Choice As We Age, released […]

Sheridan applied research had strong presence at OCE Discovery 2016

  From SIRT’s immersive virtual reality demo to CAMDT’s resident YuMi robot exhibit, Sheridan had a strong presence at OCE Discovery 2016, held May 9 and 10 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Applied Research and Innovation supported research teams from across the institution in demonstrating the leadership for which Sheridan has become world-renowned through […]