BLA, University of Georgia, 5-Year Professional Degree, 1971
MRP, University of Massachusetts, with emphasis in Landscape Architecture, 1973
Professor Sheridan has had more than 30 years of professional practice experience and teaching graduate and undergraduate landscape architecture and architecture students. He is licensed as a Landscape Architect in Arkansas and Indiana and has practiced throughout New England for the past 22 years.
Professor Sheridan has had extensive experience in strategic planning, systematic thinking and achieving common grounds and goals within interdisciplinary groups in outreach projects. A consistent theme in his years of teaching is the importance of participation in community sustainable outreach programs. An additional key interest area for Profession Sheridan is therapeutic design. In 1999, he had the unique opportunity to work as a therapeutic landscape consultant to Dr. Patch Adams and David Sellers, architect on the Gesundhiet Institute in West Virginia.
The focus of his professional and research interests lies in the following areas:
• Historical Preservation and Restoration
• Theraputic Design
• Sustainability and Permaculture
• Coastal and Estuary Environments
Corporate - Granite State Telephone Corporation Headquarters; Wadleigh Law Firm, Manchester, NH;
Howe Riley Howe Corporation Headquarters, Manchester, NH; Anheuser Busch Inc., Entrance to Budweiser Brewery, NH Corporate Headquarters, Merrimack, NH; Granite State Credit Union Building, Manchester, NH. Northern New England Benefit Trust Inc. Manchester, NH.
Commercial/Industrial - Center Point Bank, Bedford, NH; Northpoint Industrial Park; Bow Commons, Commercial Retail / Office Park, Bow NH; Cypress Court, Mill Apt. Complex, Manchester, NH; Amoskeag Mill Corporate Headquarters / Amoskeag Bank Manchester, NH; Pitcher Inn, Warren, VT.
Historical - Frank Lloyd Wright Zimmerman House, Documentation and interpretation of historic landscape plans, Manchester, NH; Historic documentation plans for Headquarters House, Fayetteville, AR; Emily Kimbrough Historic Site, Muncie, IN; Kimball Jenkins Historical documentation of site, Concord , NH.
Historic Restoration Plan for "Emily Kimbrough House," Muncie, Indiana.
Historic Restoration Plan for "Headquarter's House," Fayetteville, Arkansas, Grant from Arkansas Endowment for the Arts.
Teaching Derivatives, paper presented at teacher's seminar for ACSA-AIA, Cranbrook Academy.
Co-producer of Filmed Interview with Five Contemporary U.S. Architects, Funded by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Post-Visual Analysis of the McClellan-Kerr Navigation System, Little Rock Corps. of Engineers.
Environmental Effects of Completed McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System, Little Rock District Corps. of Engineers.
Teaching Sustainable Community Practices, CELA annual meeting at Guelph, Ontario 2000.
Christie Prize for Earth Stewardship; 2002 Norwich University
Board of Fellows Faculty Development Prize to study feasibility of developing a Masters of Landscape Architecture Program at Norwich University with Dr. Daniel Doz; 2002 Norwich University