Join Sheridans Retirement Celebration for an Inspiring Mentor and Prof– Vladimir Kabelik

  From a refugee camp in Austria to political asylum from the Swiss government, from factory worker to film-maker and professor, Vladimir Kabelik has seen it all in a life he re-started after escaping from Czechoslovakia and making his way to Canada 32 years ago. The Masters-educated film director arrived here with nine paper boxes, a wife, and two little boys. At the end of June, ” Vlad”  retires after a 30 year teaching/coordinating career at Sheridan along with numerous credits for his work as a documentary director. Not bad for a guy who spoke little English when he arrived in Canada. Now it’s time to celebrate. FAAD and Faculty in the Department of Film, Television and Journalism invite you to attend a reception to acknowledge Vlad’s incredible contributions to Sheridan and the students he has mentored over the years. Date: Wednesday, May 21 Time: noon – 2 p.m. Location:… Read More

Sheridan Journalism – Hot Off The Presses

Take a peek at this video featuring alumni from Sheridan College’s Journalism program: