September 2, 2014
This September, we have the privilege of greeting more than 1590 first year students from more than 25 countries and into 20 different programs. Each student is drawn to Sheridan’s Faculty of Business by our innovative programs, our outstanding professors and staff, our top-notch facilities and, our stellar reputation in business education.
Today, we will also have the honor of welcoming more than 140 new BBA students who will ‘learn to learn’ differently as we introduce our Faculty of Business innovative model of whole-learner development. We will co-mingle critical 21st century competencies of critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration and dealing with ambiguity, into the rich technical curricula of the respective disciplines within Sheridan’s Faculty of Business BBA suite of programs. This is a novel approach and we are thrilled with the range of possible developmental outcomes for our students. Thank you to all those involved in the design and development of our unique Sheridan Faculty of Business BBA experience!
September is a time for ‘fresh beginnings’ and ‘infinite opportunities’. As our students enter our classrooms over the next week I reflect upon the full range of ‘what is possible’ for those students who choose Sheridan’s Faculty of Business to explore, experience and expand their horizons.
I believe we have the good fortune to come together in a unique learning community. This fall we are proud to welcome many new professors, a new librarian and, many new support staff to our community – all with the goal of supporting an exceptional learning experience for our students. I am certain that you will come to recognize that just like our students, our Faculty of Business is primed for growth and transformation. These are exciting times. Thank you for all you do in support of our students. I trust you will all have an exceptional year!
June 16, 2014
The Buddy Love Band at Oakville Family Ribfest 2013
Professors Mark Rust and Jim Deakin invite you to Sheridan Day at The Oakville Family Ribfest at the Trafalgar Campus on Saturday June 21 at around 4:00 pm.
Sheridan Day features a special seating area reserved for the Sheridan community complete with prizes and family fun. Come out to see Sheridan’s Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance students perform on the main stage, followed by The Buddy Love Band, featuring Faculty of Business Professors Mark Rust and Jim Deakin playing hits from the 50’s and 60’s along with great original music.
Hosted at Sheridan’s Trafalgar Road Campus, Oakville Family Ribfest is a fabulous summer event combining world famous ‘ribbers’, food vendors, great music, a kid’s PlayZone, artisans and more. Oakville Family Ribfest runs June 20-22, 2014, Friday 4-11 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. – 11 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. Free admission and entertainment. Purchase a ticket for a half rack dinner for $11 in advance ($13 the day of the event) from Karina Butzek-Morris at ext. 2292 or email@example.com.
Parking at the Trafalgar Campus is $10 with all funds supporting local charities. Free parking is available at the Oakville Town Hall at 1225 Trafalgar Road, just south of the Ribfest site. There will be a free shuttle from the Town Hall location to the Ribfest Gate. For more information, visit http://www.oakvillefamilyribfest.com/.
Come out, enjoy some ribs, a cold beverage and some great music from The Buddy Love Band!
June 4, 2014
Sylvia Lowndes, Dean, Sheridan Faculty of Business is pleased to announce that Anne-Liisa Longmore has accepted the new role of BBA Program Coordinator, effective June 1st, 2014.
Anne-Liisa joined Sheridan’s Faculty of Business in the fall of 2006. During the last 7-8 years, she has taught in both the Marketing and Advertising programs, developed curriculum, been a student advisor, worked on faculty committees and, facilitated faculty development and learning within both the Faculty of Business and with the Center for Teaching and Learning. Most recently, Anne-Liisa has been working closely with the BBA Curriculum Development and Creative Learning Portfolio teams in preparation for our September 2014 launch of the BBAs.
Prior to joining the Faculty of Business, Anne-Liisa held progressively senior management and leadership positions in diverse industries, working with and leading multi-disciplinary teams in new program and market development, strategic business initiatives as well as, facilitating organizational change. Anne-Liisa recently earned her Doctor of Education, Workplace and Adult Learning Specialization with the University of Calgary’s Werklund School of Education.
Anne-Liisa’s experience in teaching accompanied by her professional and educational credentials provide her with the ideal breadth and skill dimensions to assume the duties of BBA – Program Coordinator, where she will steward and coordinate: curriculum development, the integration of research-based activities within our programs and, the building of a strong community of practice among professors within our diverse BBA disciplines. Concurrently, Anne-Liisa will support a wide range of recruitment activities including outreach and marketing to ensure our new BBAs are well positioned in the marketplace. She will also assist in the development of articulation and student exchange opportunities and, steward our emergent approach to student advising activities.
Please join us in congratulating Anne-Liisa on her new role as BBA – Program Coordinator.
June 2, 2014
Professor Mark Weaver, centre, presents the BMO Awards to Banking and Wealth students
The Sheridan Faculty of Business Academic Awards 2014 honored more than 80 top students recently. Nearly 400 Sheridan Faculty of Business professors, students, family and friends gathered recently for the 2014 Annual Sheridan Faculty of Business Academic Awards at The Mississauga Convention Centre where Sheridan’s Faculty of Business presented 85 academic awards totaling more than $54,000 this year.
“We are very proud of our Faculty of Business students who perform well within their disciplines and outside the college in peer competition. We recognize these students as the best of the best. We are pleased to honor them each year with this event,” said Sylvia Lowndes, Dean, Sheridan Faculty of Business.
Donors to the Sheridan Faculty of Business include corporate sponsors, private donors, clubs and service organizations and endowed memorial awards. Sheridan College thanks each donor for their kindness and their support of academic excellence.
May 2, 2014
OCMC 2014 competitors
After two grueling events designed to test student marketing and problem-solving skills on April 24 in The Cage Match and Mastermind events, 22 Sheridan Faculty of Business Marketing and Advertising students were selected to compete on Sheridan’s team in the Ontario Colleges’ Marketing Competition (OCMC) 2014.
Sunaynna Venkatesh, Brodey Langley, Samer Haj-Ali, Tonia Rainieri, Igor Khlebnikov, Nicolas Mazur, Ruben Clavell, Victoria Houang, Humza Imran, Aidan Hodge, Neal Chauhan, Stephen Kostuk, Shamelle Sutton, Liz May, Hilary Brock, Farrah Viudez, Pam Cooper, Melissa Colella, Caitlin Vollum, Troy Zaffino, Brad Myers and Sean Lundy will represent Sheridan Faculty of Business in 11 scheduled events at the 35th annual OCMC hosted by Georgian College at Blue Mountain Resort.
Students from 15 Ontario colleges gather at the OCMC host college to pit their marketing, advertising and problem-solving skills against each other in 10 case and presentation type of events. One of the highlights of the competition is The Quiz Bowl where teams of four students from all colleges must cooperate to pit their marketing knowledge against each other in an exciting game show event.
Sheridan Faculty of Business Ontario Colleges’ Marketing Competition 2014 students will coached by members of the Faculty of Business and led by competition coordinator Professor Karen Booth.
||Crystal Bennett & Lori Elliott
||Samer Haj-Ali, Tonia Ranieri, Igor Khlebnikov, Nicolas Mazur
||Ruben Clavell, Victoria Houang
||Doug Greenwood & Michelle Guile
||Humza Imran, Aidan Hodge
||Neal Chauhan, Stephen Kostuk
||Shamelle Sutton, Liz May
||Hilary Brock, Farrah Viudez
||Pam Cooper, Melissa Colella
||Caitlin Vollum, Troy Zaffino
|Integrated Marketing Communications
||Brad Myers, Sean Lundy