Sheryle Dixon identifies, solicits, and stewards funding sources that support annual programs, capital projects, sponsored research, and other institutional priorities. She coordinates the research, writing, and submission of grant proposals to external funding organizations, including government agencies. Sheryle works part-time as a professor, teaching three courses per year.
Ph.D. (Philosophy of Education) from the University of Manitoba (1994)
M.A. (Philosophy) from the University of Manitoba (1990)
B.Ed. (Elementary Education) from the University of Manitoba (1986)
I am excited about helping students explore fine arts education, aesthetics, and grant writing!
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
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My areas of expertise include philosophy of education, particularly aesthetic education (“Creative Dance: Enriching Understanding”/Sheryle Bergmann Drewe and “Creative Dance Inspirations: Facilitating Expression”/Sheryle Bergmann Drewe). I have also written two books on philosophy of sport: “Why Sport?” (Sheryle Bergmann Drewe) and “Socrates, Sport, and Students” (Sheryle Bergmann Drewe).