Sheridan School of Business students get Bloomberg Terminal training to enhance their financial skills

More than 35 Sheridan School of Business students recently gathered for an introductory training session on Sheridan’s Bloomberg Terminals provided by Jessica Gollish, Account Manager for the Bloomberg organization. The event organized by the Sheridan Bloomberg Club attracted

Lou Schizas nominated for TVO Best Lecturer Award

Lou Schizas, professor in the Sheridan School of Business, Business Administration – Finance program, has received a nomination for TVO’s 2010 Best Lecturer Competition. TVO’s Best Lecturer Competition, now in its fifth year, plays an important role in

Trevor Bodogh meets CBC TV’s Dragons face to face in Season Four of the hit series The Dragon’s Den

Trevor Bodogh, recent Sheridan College, Business Administration – Finance program graduate, meets the Dragons head-on in Season Four of the hot CBC TV series The Dragon’s Den starting September 30 at 8:00 p.m. EDT. Bodogh, one of the

Halton Chapter, HRPA host networking event for Sheridan School of Business Human Resource Management students

More than 200 Human Resource Management OGC and Business Administration – Human Resources students seized the opportunity to network with Human Resources professionals in the recent HRPAH sponsored event held in Macdonald-Heaslip Hall at Sheridan College, Oakville. The

Accounting program graduate Justin Cote takes Distinguished Student Award from Brock U.

Justin Cote, a graduate of the Sheridan College, Business Administration – Accounting program in June of 2006, transferred his academic credits from Sheridan College and began the Brock University Bachelor of Accounting degree program in the Fall of

Lorraine Cipparrone nominated for TVO Best Lecturer Award

Lorraine Cipparrone, a professor in the Sheridan School of Business, who teaches in the Accounting in Canada for Internationally Trained Accountants program, has received a nomination for TVO’s 2010 Best Lecturer Competition. TVO’s Best Lecturer Competition, now in

Neil Robb joins Sheridan School of Business as acting Associate dean located at the Davis Campus

Gerard Mercer, Dean of the Sheridan School of Business is pleased to announce that former ACES associate dean Neil Robb has agreed to join the Sheridan School of Business as an acting associate dean to assist us during

Sheridan School of Business Convocation provides a celebratory close to the 2009 academic year

The Sheridan School of Business Convocation 2009 capped the academic year for more than 1000 graduates from more than 20 disciplines and programs in the school. Beaming Sheridan School of Business students and their equally proud parents filled

Sheridan School of Business Banking and Wealth Management students market “brands” in banking

In a project designed for Sheridan School of Business students to discover the marketing of a bank brand from the corporate level down through to the individual teller and branch staff member, groups of 5-6 Banking and Wealth

Sheridan School of Business students host Small Business workshops in Brampton Enterprise Centre

Sheridan School of Business Marketing, E-commerce and Human Resources students recently designed and delivered workshops geared to small businesses with the promotion and support of the Brampton Small Business Enterprise Centre. Sheridan second and third year School of