Sheridan engineering team takes first place at IAM3D Challenge

A team of Sheridan students took first place in the re-engineered products category at the IAM3D Challenge held on August 2nd in Boston.  Ryan Vieira and Kristoffer Pascual received the award for their work in developing an audible hockey puck for blind and visually impaired athletes. Read the full story here!

Sheridan Engineering Research Teams Compete at ASME’s IAM3D Competition

Sheridan Undergraduate Research wishes the very best of luck to the four Sheridan engineering teams ( 10 students and 4 professors) who are presenting at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) International Design and Engineering Technical Conference and Computers and Information in Engineering Conference and Additive Manufacturing 3D Printing (IDETC/CIE/AM3D) conference this weekend! These teams are invited […]

Sheridan Carries the Flame for Pan Am Games

Sheridan was well-represented at the PanAm games  last week as John Helliker, Director of Strategic Partnerships and the Screen Industries Research and Training Centre, carried the torch ahead of the opening ceremonies. Read more here: http://curiosities.sheridancollege.ca/sheridan-carries-the-flame-for-pan-am-games/

CAMDT’s prosthetics work featured on Canada in Perspective

Sheridan’s Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies (CAMDT) was recently featured on an episode of Accessible Media Inc’s Canada in Perspective.  Watch the episode here: http://www.ami.ca/AMI-tv/Pages/Canada-in-Perspective.aspx 

Director of Sheridan Centre for Elder Research appointed to National Seniors Council

The Sheridan Undergraduate Research team wishes to express warmest congratulations to Centre for Elder Research Director, Pat Spadafora on her appointment to the National Seniors Council!