Spring comings and goings in the Sheridan School of Business at Sheridan College
Neil Robb Returns as Associate Dean
Neil Robb has again joined the Sheridan School of Business as Associate Dean to assume program responsibilities and to assist in the move to the Mississauga City Centre Campus planned for September 2011. Robb’s program responsibilities will include General Business, Accounting, Accounting For Internationally Trained Accountants, E-Commerce Management, and Business Communications.
Former Local 244 Union President, faculty member Doug Law retires after an extensive career at Sheridan College. A professor since 1984, Law was also long time president of the OPSEU Local 244 Faculty Union.
Sheridan School of Business professor Neil Beattie retires this year after serving as a faculty member since 1990. Beattie taught Sheridan undergraduate and graduate marketing students and came to the college after a long career in marketing.
John Janzen Retires
After more than 27 years as a professor in the Sheridan School of Business, John Janzen has decided to retire. A faculty member since 1986, Janzen was lead professor in software based courses for the Finance and Accounting programs.
John intends to return to the Sheridan School of Business to continue to teach a few courses on a part-time basis.
Sheridan School of Business Academic Awards Event
The Sheridan School of Business Academic Awards Event will be held May 26 in MacDonald-Heaslip Hall. More than 100 awards valued at more than $60,000 will be presented to deserving School of Business students.
Sheridan College Convocation 2010
The annual Sheridan College Convocation event will be held at the Mississauga Living Arts Centre on Tuesday June 8 at 10:00 am for Business Administration programs and at 3:00 pm for Advertising, Paralegal, Office Administration, Travel Tourism, and all School of Business Graduate programs.