Invitation to participate: Exploring the needs and interests of Canadian Entrepreneurs Age 50+

The Centre for Elder Research, Sheridan College, Oakville, Ontario is conducting a nation-wide study to help us to learn more about new and established Canadian entrepreneurs age 50+ as well as those individuals 50+ who are actively pursuing a defined business idea. The study is funded by the Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling […]

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/  

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 […]