The DBSA Organizes Another Successful TechWeek
Mon, September 30, 2019
A big shout-out to our DBSA team and our presenters for making this Fall’s TechWeek series a huge success!
Student Work Showcases
Wed, August 21, 2019
The Industrial Design Thesis Project is a 2-semester final year project which is the Capstone project for all Industrial Design degree aspirants.
Thu, July 25, 2019
Celebrating a FAST Spring Convocation
Wed, July 24, 2019
“Be Bold, be brave, be amazing”.
Faculty of Applied Sciences and Technology Spring 2019 Open House
Wed, July 17, 2019
The great thing about Spring 2019 Open House is that it gives prospective students and their parents a sense of what Humber College is really like.
FIRST Robotics Canada District Competition
Wed, July 17, 2019
If FSCS could pick an event that emulates its vision to inspire youth in STEM, it would be the 2019 FIRST Robotics Canada District Competition.
FSCS Students and Faculty travel to Lima, Peru and Kingston, Jamaica
Wed, June 19, 2019
Combined, FSCS students accrued more than 7,000 hours of placement credit.
Under the leadership of Linda Hill and Philip Burge in collaboration with Cross-Cultural Solutions, 19 students from a variety of FSCS programs worked with young children at a primary school in a small community outside of Lima. Students spent their mornings facilitating educational lessons and activities with the children, and in the afternoons, took part in learning experiences that focused on Peruvian history and culture such as cooking lessons, art and calligraphy lessons, and visiting local sites and museums.
Later in the month, 16 FSCS students embarked to Kingston, Jamaica where they engaged in lectures, volunteer projects, and cultural learning experiences that focused on criminal justice and youth in Jamaica. This trip was developed under the leadership of Sheria Myrie, Lisa Cummings, and Coura Niang in collaboration with the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies at the University of West Indies – Mona. Highlights from the trip included visiting the Jamaica Defense Force Base, the Ministry of National Security, and volunteering at Annie Dawson’s Children Home, Boys’ Town Infant and Primary School, and with the We Transform project at the Rio Cobre Juvenile Correctional Centre.
FSCS Global Summer School
Tue, June 18, 2019
From July 5 to July 27, Humber College will hosted its first Global Summer School (GSS).
The GSS offers a unique opportunity for both Humber and non-Humber students to work together with peers from around the world to explore and discuss critical issues that require multidisciplinary solutions with global perspectives. The FSCS was thrilled to host two Global Summer School courses: Transformational Leadership & Advocacy and the Summer Police Program. Through the two courses, 28 Humber students and 21 non-Humber students from China, Indonesia and Jamaica completed the program for academic credit and experiential learning experience in a truly global and interdisciplinary environment.
Faculty Conference Day
Tue, June 18, 2019
This year's Faculty Conference Day on May 29, hosted by the Teaching and Learning Work Group, included 'something for everyone'.
The event started with a keynote on "Cultural Humility", presented by Keynote Speaker, Rapinder Kaur. Rapinder Kaur is a sought-after speaker, Registered Psychotherapist, Art Therapist and educator. Her keynote explored how power and privilege in relationships and institutions hinder a learner-centered environment. Based on research, Rapinder discussed how the framework of cultural humility provides a compelling alternative to cultural competency and can support the work of educators, especially when working with students who come from underserved and marginalized groups of people. Following the keynote, a series of workshops were offered covering a range of topics from Blackboard, Learning Portal, International Students, and Accessible Documents to Arts-Based Learning. A lunchtime marketplace offered participants the opportunity to peruse research posters, faculty publications and new learning resources from three key publishers. Overall, it was a high-energy day of learning and connecting with colleagues.
FSCS Hosts Information Sessions
Tue, June 18, 2019
The Faculty of Social and Community Services held its annual Spring Information Sessions for prospective students.
At the event, guests learned more about the programs offered in the Criminal Justice and Human Services clusters. Representatives from each program along with student services representatives from across the College were available to discuss opportunities and resources available to Humber students, and to answer questions.
Annual Partnership Appreciation Event
Tue, June 18, 2019
The Faculty of Social and Community Services hosted the 2019 Annual Partnership Appreciation Event on June 12th.
This is a special annual event to celebrate and recognize the invaluable contributions of partnering agencies who help bring learning to life for our students in the field. A series of professional development sessions were offered as part of the event including sessions on Social Innovation in the Classroom, Collaborating with Humber on Projects and Applied Research, Grant Writing 101 and Managing Difficult Situations in the Field. To bring the event to a close, a cocktail happy hour with a performance by the Humber Jazz Band provided a perfect environment for attendees to share their impressions and ideas generated from the workshops and from their experiences with placement students.
Tue, June 18, 2019
Jaspreet Bal is a part of the DUVE project which connects colleges from Denmark, Uganda, Vietnam and Humber here in Canada.
The project aims to end violence in the respective countries and has set out to create an e-learning platform that serves this goal. After their kick-off seminar in December, the professors split into two teams according to their various subject matter expertise. One team, comprised of professors, nurses and midwives have taken on violence in health settings. The other team, comprised of educators, CYCs and ECEs, has taken on the task of addressing violence in institutional settings.
Students and professors have since visited each other across the globe! From midwifery students in Hoima, Uganda, to a conference on Kindergartens in Hanoi, Vietnam, colleagues have continued to connect and build content. The e-learning activities are being submitted. Stay tuned for the material that will be made available when the project closes in 2020.
Pumped for Post-Secondary
Tue, June 18, 2019
The Faculty of Social and Community Services hosted mentees in grade 10 and 11 from the Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Toronto.
The mentees attended the Pumped for Post-Secondary program at our Lakeshore and North campuses. Participants had the opportunity to learn about the Developmental Service Worker programs and had a great time checking out the Crime Scene Lab. Mentees were also very engaged in the SIM lab demonstrations. At the North Campus, the participants had an amazing time learning about careers in the fire services, meeting student volunteers, and getting into the gear!
The experience of getting dressed up in fire gear, going out to the truck and competing in the relay was a lot of fun and an eye-opening experience for the mentees!
FSCS Faculty Travel to Peru for Collaborative Virtual Mobility Project
Tue, June 18, 2019
In collaboration with the Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola, FSCS was a recipient of the pilot 2018 Faculty Mobility Program Scholarship.
Receiving $7000.00 in funding from the Government of Canada, the joint-project proposal was one of 33 selected from a competition open to post-secondary institutes across Canada. For a three-week period in May and June, faculty member Dr. Christine McKenzie and Community Development Program Coordinator, Linda Hill traveled to Lima and Cusco, Peru to work on the project titled “Case-based Curriculum through Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL).” Together with two USIL faculty members, Julio Rivera Castillo and Luis Santillan, they designed and developed cases that focus on people coming together to identify and address local issues. During their first week in Lima, the faculty had the opportunity to pilot a lesson with USIL students at USIL’s Centre for Global Education. They also had the opportunity to learn more about USIL’s Sustainability Initiatives such as solar-powered cell charging stations around campus. Using Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) models, Humber and USIL plan to connect their classrooms and integrate the modules in Fall 2019 curriculum for an innovative virtual mobility experience between the two institutes.
FSCS Faculty Featured on University of Toronto Podcast
Mon, June 17, 2019
Dr. Doug Thomson and part-time instructor Joe Couto were featured on a University of Toronto podcast run by a former student.
Entitled: Beyond the Headlines' Gun Violence show with Joe and Doug. The episode discusses the policy responses to address the increase in gun-related violence. The episode also discussed how, as strategies to combat gun violence have been a focal point within all levels of government, various stakeholders have proposed solutions that target the policing and sociological issues that contribute to gun crime.
Radio Humber and BRTV Collaborate to showcase Indie Canadian Artists
Thu, June 13, 2019
96.9 Radio Humber teamed up with the Broadcast Television/Videography Program to bring Canadian artists on campus for an interview and performance.
Faculty of Media and Creative Arts Students Win Big at this Year's Skills Ontario Competition
Mon, May 27, 2019
The Faculty of Media and Creative Arts would like to congratulate four of our students who won at Skills Ontario this spring.
Professor Delivers Keynote Speech at UNACTO
Thu, May 16, 2019
On April 17th, Professor Jasteena Dhillon delivered the Keynote Speech at the United Nations Association of Toronto (UNACTO) Annual General Meeting.
Located at Toronto City Hall, Jasteena spoke on rule of law and justice work in the field.
Canadian Diplomat Speaks to Students about her Posting in Afghanistan
Thu, May 09, 2019
This April, Professor Jasteena Dhillon hosted a Fireside Chat with Eileen Olexiuk.
Ms. Olexiuk was the first Global Affairs Canadian diplomat to be posted to Afghanistan after the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001. In a dangerous time in the region, she addressed issues with courage and conviction, including speaking out on torture and abuse taking place in Afghan prisons. 4th-year Paralegal Degree Student - Krystina Lau co-organised this event, that was attended by students and faculty from International Development, Liberal Arts and Community Development.
Ten Good Things to Stream When the Weather is Bad
Wed, May 08, 2019
And they all just happen to feature Humber grads!
PR Student Wins Top Prize in Humber Photography Contest
Tue, April 16, 2019
Michel Johnson-Figueredo, a first-year Bachelor of Public Relations degree student, recently won first place in Humber's school-wide photo contest.
Michel's photo (displayed below) was taken on a recent trip back home to Havana, Cuba. Congratulations, Michel! We're looking forward to seeing more of your excellent work.
Students Make Health and Safety Recommendations for the Humber Valley Terrace Long Term Care Home
Thu, April 11, 2019
Ensuring good physical and psychological health and safety (PH&S) in the workplace is vitally important for all Canadians.
Through an interdisciplinary approach between the Business School and School of Health Sciences, Dr. Suzy Casimiro and her students were invited to visit, investigate and advance the physical and psychological health and safety (PH&S) at Humber Valley Terrace Long Term Care Home, Etobicoke.
Under the supervision of the Executive Director at Humber Valley Terrace, Marjorie Mossman, students identified the physical hazards and explored possible psychosocial hazards of workers within this healthcare setting. By also adopting sections of the new and – the first of its kind in the world, Canadian Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace (CSA-Z1003-13), students explored the many ways that jobs can affect health and safety, from potential exposures to physical hazards, to work-related mental health concerns within healthcare settings.
As a result, students were able to make recommendations on how to improve the policies, procedures and offer health & wellness program options. Overall, recommendations focused on improving the physical and organizational environment to lessen risks of injury and illness; from integrated protection from work-related safety and health hazards to the promotion of injury and illness prevention and the introduction of wellness programs- all to advance both workers’ well-being and the organization.
Humber Participates in WWF’s Designing Change for a Living Planet
Thu, April 11, 2019
On March 16th, 2019, World Wildlife Foundation conducted its first event of the year, "Living Planet@Campus: Designing Change for a Living Planet."
Over 80 students from over 15 colleges and universities around Ontario participated in the event, including students from The Business School.
The Humber team, formed through an application process led by the Office of Sustainability, consisted of four students representing different programs and faculties in Humber: Gayathri Menon, Fashion Management and Promotions GC, Arman Amin and Samantha Canon, Bachelors in Industrial Design, Ayushi Delvadia ,Bachelors of International Business.
The day-long event saw team work at its best as team Humber worked very hard on its idea and presentation. Collaborating with students from different fields helped participants gain an insight into what the issues faced by other industries are and forced students to think outside the box.
Despite the fact that the Humber team did not win first place, the team's idea inspired the Office of Sustainability to install an art piece made out of paper cups to spread awareness on the importance of carrying personal reusable mugs. The outcome was highly rewarding as students learned how an idea can transform and make a difference in the world today.
The Value of Study Abroad from a Student’s Perspective
Mon, April 08, 2019
Meet Sagar Vankwani from the Bachelor of Commerce, Accounting Program.
Sagar had the opportunity to participate in a study abroad program at Hungkuang University in Taichung, Taiwan, which he describes as the best two weeks of his life:
"In summer 2018, I had the opportunity to participate in a study-abroad program at Hungkuang University in Taichung, Taiwan. It was a two-week program, and arguably, they were the best two weeks of my life. No exaggeration.
The program was a complete package in itself. Going there, I didn't have really high expectations, but I soon discovered many of the best things that come in life are unexpected. The Taiwanese students went out of their way to help us. The program itself was very well organized. We had Chinese language classes every morning accompanied by different vocational workshops and field trips to the most exotic places in Taiwan.
Apart from all this, the program taught me something that I wouldn't have learned otherwise. I learned more about myself and my skills and abilities. I also learned some things about me that I was unaware of like my adaptability to ambiguous situations—something I could not learn in the classroom. Through making new friends from a variety of countries, I now understand the value of making lasting connections as a way to expand my personal network. The memories I made will last a lifetime. I even found a home in Taiwan—a loving mother that calls me her son. I am still in touch with her and all my new friends. I've promised them that I'll visit Taiwan again soon.
Out of all the advice that I can give to other students, I would just say: Close your eyes to any excuses. Pack your bags and just go! I would like to thank Humber’s Business School for selecting me to participate in this program. I feel honoured and grateful for the opportunity and the experience I had."
The Placement Centre Hosts HBC Networking Event
Tue, April 02, 2019
The Placement Centre hosted two informational networking events with the Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC).
As a diversified global retailer, HBC’s internship programs have been designed to provide students with direct work experience in their fields. In addition, their career training programs are comprehensive and of great interest to new grads.
The event was hosted over two days, March 1st and 4th for third and fourth-year Fashion Management students. Both events were well attended and gave students the chance to connect with HBC representatives and learn about possible career and job opportunities within the company.
BMO On Campus for Recruitment Event
Tue, April 02, 2019
On March 5th, The Placement Centre hosted a BMO On-Campus Recruitment Event.
This was a two-part event featuring an information session conducted by the Regional Vice President and an interview session for successful student applicants. Interviews were granted to students who applied for Customer Service Representative (CSR) and Personal Banking Representative (PBR) positions. BMO selected 27 students for the first round of interviews.
The representatives, who were branch managers and HR representatives, were very impressed with our students. BMO made offers to 11 students, and three students were invited to a second interview. This event was a tremendous success with a strong turnout and many students securing positions.
Students Attend TJX Canada Corporate Office Tour
Fri, March 29, 2019
The Business School students attended the TJX Canada Corporate Office tour on March 1st, 2019.
With an extensive range of career options, TJX Canada stands out as one of the most successful retailers in the world, and have opened up exciting opportunities for college and university co-op, internship and graduate students. Our students had the chance to learn about the company, experience the culture, and explore career paths.
The 60 students in attendance had the opportunity to enjoy a “speed chat” with professionals from various departments. The Placement Centre was delighted to facilitate such an informative and engaging networking occasion for students.
DBSA Exec Team Attend “Women in Data Science” Conference
Sun, March 24, 2019
This past March, Hanadi Alnawab, Program Coordinator for the Digital Business Management program attended the Women in Data Science (WiDS) Conference.
The Business School Hosts a Visiting Scholar and Initiates a Collaborative Research Project
Mon, March 11, 2019
Dr. Nicholas P. Sisto is spending the winter 2019 semester with the School teaching International Finance and Macroeconomics at the Lakeshore Campus.
Dr. Nicholas P. Sisto is a full Professor at the Centro de Investigaciones Socioeconómicas (CISE) of the Universidad Autónoma de Coahuila (Saltillo, Mexico). He is working closely with Dr. Pierre-Pascal Gendron (Professor of Economics and Program Coordinator, B.Comm International Business, B.Comm Healthcare Management) on a research project. The work analyzes the regional economic and social effects of tobacco and alcohol excise taxes in Mexico. The project involves a Master’s thesis in Regional Economics at Dr. Sisto’s home institution with Dr. Gendron acting as co-director of the thesis. The Master’s candidate, Carlos Milanes, holds a B.A. in pure mathematics and is a Cuban national. This internationalization initiative marks the beginning of a long-term, productive collaboration between The Business School and CISE.
Professor Sees the Official Release of his Visiting Scholar Project Output
Mon, March 11, 2019
Dr. Pierre-Pascal Gendron created and edited the content of the Value Added Tax (VAT) module of the Tax Policy Assessment Framework (TPAF).
The Humber Professor of Economics and Program Coordinator, B.Comm International Business, B.Comm Healthcare Management created the module during his six-month appointment as Visiting Scholar in the Fiscal Affairs Department of the IMF in 2017-18. The IMF and the World Bank have released publicly the first module (VAT) for discussion and comment. TPAF will provide a framework for systematic assessments of all major taxes, aimed to provide a solid analytical basis and practical guidance for the design of tax policy. It is a public good that can be used by providers of technical assistance, country officials, analysts, civil society organizations, the donor community, and academia. The official press release and a link to the interactive tool are available here.
Advancing The Global Region: 131 Annual Board of Trade Dinner
Thu, March 07, 2019
Humber Business students and faculty along with Humber Research and our partner SEW- EURODRIVE Canada connected for the 131 Board of Trade Dinner.
RBC Resume Building Workshop
Wed, February 06, 2019
On January 21, 2019, students from various business programs met two industry professionals from RBC who hosted a Resume Building Workshop.
On January 21, 2019, students from various business programs met two industry professionals from RBC who hosted a Resume Building Workshop. The employers shared information on what RBC looks for in resumes and cover letters including dos and don’ts as well as what kinds of experiences are valued.
The RBC Representatives also discussed possible placement opportunities for students. At the end of the presentation, there was a networking session and students had their resumes reviewed by the representatives for feedback.
Professor Publishes Story in Anthology of Short Fiction
Tue, February 05, 2019
Jasteena Dhillon, a Business School Professor, published a story in Then and Now: An Anthology of Short Stories and Poems.
Jasteena Dhillon, a Business School Professor, published a story in Then and Now: An Anthology of Short Stories and Poems published by In Our Own Words Inc. The book was launched on January 27, 2019 in Mississauga, Canada.
Jasteena's story is a fictional account of the rape and violence that permeated the wars in the 1990s Yugoslavia and based on her field experience as a Human Rights Officer for international organisations in Bosnia and Croatia.
You can purchase Then and Now here. Congratulations Jasteena!
Accessibility Toolkit Developed by Humber Professors and Students Now Live
Wed, January 16, 2019
The Accessibility Toolkit: A Guide to Making Art Spaces Accessible is now live on the ARI website.
Developed by faculty members, Anne Zbitnew and Jennie Grimard, and in partnership with Tangled Art + Disability and Humber students,
The Toolkit is intended to educate and inform on how to make the presentation of art inclusive and accessible for all. So far, the toolkit is making its way around the country as a resource and guide for art galleries. It was used in Halifax for their version of Nuit Blanche in October and the City of Toronto is adapting it for use in all their museums and galleries. The Canada Council for the Arts is using it as a resource and Tangled will be developing workshops led by disability-identified artists to educate other public art spaces about access and inclusion.
Congratulations to all involved on this amazing achievement!
Faculty Spotlight: Nina Hartt
Wed, December 19, 2018
Seeing students begin to apply what they learned in demonstrations into their own assignments is really rewarding.
2018 Media Moments
Tue, December 18, 2018
Take a look at a selection of student successes and moments in the media from this past year.
Partnership Brings "SICK Sensor Intelligence" Expertise and Industry 4.0 Readiness to Humber
Mon, December 17, 2018
SICK becomes founding member of Advanced Manufacturing Skills Consortium.
Students Hold First-ever Fashion PR Seminar
Fri, December 14, 2018
On November 22, the first Fashion PR Seminar for both Public Relations and Fashion Management and Promotionsstudents was held.
The seminar was a collaboration between Annette Borger-Snel and Rossie Kadiyska, program coordinators of the respective academic programs, who saw the need for a fashion-focused public relations workshop for students seeking knowledge in this part of the industry. Participants in the seminar were provided with information on creative tactics, sourcing and building relationships with influencers, and working with the media. Students were able to apply their newfound knowledge and work in groups to build their own PR strategies for a Canadian brand. The hands-on seminar was a huge success with the students, and feedback from the participants included full agreement to hold the Fashion PR Seminar again, build on it and make it a credit for co-curricular activity.
Humber Faculty Member Travels to the Netherlands for International Week
Tue, December 11, 2018
Hanadi Alnawab, Program Coordinator, Digital Business Management, had the pleasure of participating and speaking at WE ARE - International Week.
Practice Makes Perfect – Placement Centre Helps Students Improve Interview Skills
Mon, December 10, 2018
Students had the opportunity to practice and refine their interviewing skills with Placement Advisors from The Business School Placement Centre.
Students reserved their spots in advance and participated in 30 minute simulated interviews. Students received valuable and constructive feedback at the end of the simulation and the interview response technique, STAR, was re-emphasized to each and every student.
We hope to offer this session again in the near future!
CRA Presents at the Placement Centre
Fri, December 07, 2018
On Thursday, November 22, 2018, the CRA paid a visit to over 120 students from various business programs.
The Business School Placement Centre is proud of its strong partnership with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Currently, thirteen Humber College business students are completing their work term this semester with the CRA.
Gladstone Sue, Assistant Director at the CRA, along with several CRA team members presented on available co-op and graduate opportunities. In the next couple of years, CRA is predicting a large number of employees will retire, which will lead to a surge in the number of new personnel added to their teams. The information session discussed opportunities for both students and graduates and gave insight into the work culture of the CRA.
After the session, the CRA partners encouraged questions from the crowd and then participated in a networking session to meet Humber talent. All in all, participants left the room feeling invigorated by the positive benefits that come along with working for the CRA. Students and graduates are encouraged to monitor the CRA website on a regular basis, in order to apply to the exciting opportunities that are bound to come out soon.
We look forward to having CRA back on campus again in the New Year!
RBC comes to Humber north Campus – Information Session Recruitment in the Banking Sector
Fri, December 07, 2018
The Placement Centre held an Information Session highlighting recruitment in the banking sector, featuring Ujaan Das, Fraud Analyst with RBC.
Over 100 students from many programs across The Business School participated in the session.
Students learned about RBC’s recruitment process and many engaged in a Q&A session. These useful tips and insights will help our students throughout the hiring process if they choose to apply to RBC or any other bank in the GTA. It was a refreshing session full of resume/cover letter tips, along with job interview strategy and information regarding the hiring process.
We hope to welcome RBC back again to the North campus due to its high demand.
Students Practice the Art of the Pitch at The Humber Shark Tank Event
Tue, December 04, 2018
The students of the Entrepreneurial Enterprise Graduate Certificate created The Humber Shark Tank Event to celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week.
School of Social and Community Services Receives Funding from Global Affairs Canada
Sat, December 01, 2018
In collaboration with the Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola, the FFCS was a successful recipient of the 2018 Faculty Mobility Program Scholarship.
Receiving $7,000.00 in funding from the Government of Canada, the joint-project proposal was one of 33 selected from a competition open to post-secondary institutes across Canada. Overall, 33 projects from 22 institutes across seven provinces were selected. The Faculty Mobility Program provides full-time faculty at Canadian post-secondary institutes with short-term opportunities to teach or conduct research in Latin Americas and the Caribbean, at the college, undergraduate and graduate levels. In collaboration with USIL, the SSCS submitted a project proposal titled “Case-based Curriculum through Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL).” In May 2019, Community Development faculty from USIL and Humber College will create case-based learning (CBL) modules that focus on people coming together to identify and address local issues. Each case will include detailed background information on socio-cultural, political and economic realities that impact decision making and outcomes related to community work in each country. The cases will support students in examining root causes of community problems and resources/solutions available to address issues through different cultural lenses. Using Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) models, faculty from Canada and Peru will connect their classrooms via webinars to work through cases and learn from one another.
For more information on the Faculty Mobility Program, please click here.
SSCS is Awarded Wofford Scholarship
Sat, December 01, 2018
The SSCS was successful in its third consecutive application for funding from the Wofford Fellowship.
This funding will go directly to supporting students embarking on a faculty-led trip to Lima, Peru in May, 2019. This funding covers 50% of the program cost. This is an excellent opportunity for students who may not consider this experience because of financial barriers to participate.
The trip will provide students with service learning opportunities in Villa El Salvador; an area that is organizing and building community capacity many years after the Shining Path movement. Students will learn about leadership development within the community, how people are engaged locally and how local services and resources have been accessed and developed after a forced-migration period. Students will develop their cultural competence and gain an appreciation for 'personal resiliency' and 'post-traumatic growth' in relation to people's ability to 'start over' and care for their community and one another. In keeping with our school commitment to recognizing study abroad opportunities as field experience, the trip will be recognized as a field and seminar course for some programs of study within the School. Faculty are encouraged to promote the trip to their students.
Rai Reece Receives the Research Excellence Award
Sat, December 01, 2018
Congratulations to Dr. Rai Reece on receiving the Research Excellence Award.
SSCS Staff Celebrate Ten Year Career Milestone at Humber
Sat, December 01, 2018
Congratulations to three outstanding faculty members on their ten-year anniversary at Humber College.
Sana Mahmood, SSCS Operations Manager, Michael Gamble, Program Coordinator CSI, and Greg McElligott, Faculty – Community and Justice Services, celebrated this milestone at the Career Milestone Awards Reception on November 15, 2018. We would like to thank them all for their ongoing contributions to the SSCS and to Humber College at large.
Doug Thomson Receives the John and Suanne Roueche Award
Sat, December 01, 2018
Congratulations to Doug Thomson as the recipient of the 2018 John and Suanne Roueche Excellence Award.
The honour is given to teachers who show exceptional teaching, learning and demonstrated leadership. Each year, Humber celebrates the outstanding contributions of its faculty by honouring one faculty member who has demonstrated an enthusiasm for teaching, has enabled student success through an ongoing commitment to inclusion, has demonstrated leadership amongst one’s peers and who has worked to build capacity in his/her department.
Doug takes an ‘out-of-the-box’’ approach to teaching, learning and student support, creatively collaborating across schools. He challenges his students to push their scholarly potential to the limit, spending time outside of class helping students prepare for significant learning experiences, and has developed applied projects that incorporate inter-disciplinary subject matter experts. As a researcher, Doug is involved in both the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) and Applied Research, with a TIF-funded project examining student connectedness using a cultural cookbook assignment, and an SSHRC-funded project on Neighbourhood Policing Evaluation. As the winner of the 2018 award, Doug will be celebrated at the 2019 League for Innovations Conference in New York, February 2019 where he will receive a medal and plaque.
Sat, December 01, 2018
Humber College teamed up with Toronto Police Services to host the Toronto Youth Amazing Race event at our beautiful Lakeshore campus.
Research Release: Look at my Life: ‘Sparks’ for Firearm Possession among Young People in Toronto
Sat, December 01, 2018
Humber College, in partnership with The City of Toronto’s Youth Equity Strategy, Amadeusz, and The Laidlaw Foundation, launched a research project.
The project is titled: Look at my Life: Youth Identified ‘Sparks’ for Firearm Possession Among Young People in Toronto.
Tina-Nadia Gopal Chambers, a faculty member of the Child and Youth Care program, was the Principal Researcher on the project. The research findings were released in July, 2018 which identified the following influences that contribute to young people becoming involved in crime:
A copy of the report is available at: http://www.amadeusz.ca/research-2/.
Professors Present at Interactive Ontario’s iLunch
Tue, November 27, 2018
Anne Zbitnew & Jennie Grimard presented Making Accessible Media: Building a Fully Accessible Open Access Online Course at Interactive Ontario’s.
2018 Employer Appreciation Event an Outstanding Success
Wed, November 07, 2018
On Tuesday, October 2, 2018 the Business School Placement Centre hosted their annual Employer Appreciation Event at the Humber Lakeshore Campus.
The event was both a thank you to the dedicated industry partners who have continued to support our students and an opportunity for students of the Business School to promote their programs. Students were given the chance to liaise with business professionals and celebrate the various Humber partnerships.
Over 400 guests attended the event including students, staff, and faculty, industry and community partners. Our student volunteers worked with enthusiasm and perseverance to ensure that the event was a success. Students were able to engage in meaningful conversations with industry partners and many promising connections were made.
The Business School Placement Centre expresses their sincere gratitude and thanks to all attendees whose presence contributed to the event’s success.
Professor and Program Coordinator Represents Humber at Two International Conferences
Wed, November 07, 2018
This October, Entrepreneurial Enterprise Professor and Program Coordinator, Cheryl Mitchell, had the opportunity to present at two conferences.
First, she was able to represent Humber at the Annual Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centres (GCEC) Conference in Chicago. The GCEC is the premier academic organization addressing emerging topics of importance to centres of entrepreneurship around the world. The topic of her presentation was ‘What Does an Entrepreneur Student Want?’
She was also able to represent Humber at the Annual Conference of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL), in Bergen, Norway. There, she shared the research she was doing on entrepreneurial pedagogy, as well as presented a lecture and presentation titled, “Beyond the Pitch: Enhancing Entrepreneurial Learning.”
The Barrett Family Foundation Increases Investment in Humber to $10 Million
Fri, November 02, 2018
Donation to fund scholarships, student experiential opportunities and technology innovation.
Humber Hosts Its First Advanced Manufacturing Skills Consortium Event
Fri, October 26, 2018
Humber gathered over 100 stakeholders for its first consortium to discuss the future of Industry 4.0 for students, technology and industry leaders.
Additive Manufacturing Expertise Headed to Humber Thanks to New Partner Cimetrix Solutions
Wed, October 24, 2018
Additive technology to be part of The Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation.
Humber and Rockwell Automation Partner to Address Skills Gap
Mon, October 15, 2018
Automation leader to create living labs at North Campus.
Humber And DMG Mori Canada Inc. Launch Five-Year Partnership
Wed, October 10, 2018
Machine tooling leader brings expertise to college's North Campus.
Kuka Canada Inc. To Help Advance Robotic Technology Expertise At Humber
Wed, October 03, 2018
Partnership to focus on industrial applications of the latest Industry 4.0 robotics systems.
Humber Professor Appointed as Deputy Judge
Mon, October 01, 2018
Farah Jamal Karmali, a Law Clerk/Paralegal Professor, has been appointed as a Deputy Judge of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Small Claims).
Small Claims Court is the busiest court of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. Deputy Judges preside over civil cases up to a monetary limit of $25,000 (expected to increase to $50,000). As a Deputy Judge, Farah adjudicates claims argued by lawyers, paralegals and self-represented individuals - so there are unique challenges and opportunities to administering justice for the litigants.
Furthermore, Farah's book, Corporate Law for Ontario Businesses, 2nd Ed. (Thomson Reuters, 2017) has been adopted as the official text to teach Corporate Law for the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario (ILCO). ILCO is the professional organization representing law clerks; it also provides them with opportunities to upgrade their education, after they have received a law clerk diploma. Farah was asked to rewrite ILCO's corporate law curriculum, because of her expertise in this area. Her textbook is now in the law libraries of at least two law schools - Osgoode Hall Law School, and the Faculty of Law at Queens.
Professor Publishes Research Paper in the Journal of Health Care Quality of Assurance
Mon, October 01, 2018
Business School Professor Nabeel Mandahawi's recent research paper has been published in the International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance.
This journal is one of the Emerald Insight journal papers. Emerald is a global publisher, linking research and practice to the benefit of society which manages more than 290 journals and over 2,350 books and book series volumes.
The purpose of the paper is to present the deficiencies in teamwork skills at hospitals by identifying the training needs to improve teamwork-related soft skills of caregivers to enhance staff satisfaction and improve quality of care. A self-administrated questionnaire was designed to study the deficiencies in teamwork and team leadership. The survey has been distributed to physicians, nursing and anesthesiologists operating in emergency departments, surgical operating rooms and intensive care units from various hospitals. Around 410 questionnaires were distributed, and a total of 323 questionnaires were completed for an overall response rate of 78.8%. The study showed that lack of teamwork skills resulted directly or indirectly in medical errors, and it played a major role in their job dissatisfaction in working under their team leaders and/or with teammates. Read Nabeel's research paper.
Ningbo Students Attend Orientation Program at Humber
Mon, October 01, 2018
Humber welcomed 62 students from Ningbo University for an orientation program before the final year of their Business Administration program.
Having completed two years of business management study at our partner institution in China, students learned what is needed to be a successful post-secondary student in Ontario. The two education systems are different, and it is essential students understand what will be expected of them at Humber. The academic skills they learned during the August Orientation program will enable the students to adapt to a new style of teaching and learning. Using project-based learning, students had the opportunity to research a social problem common to both Canada and China, generate possible interventions and make recommendations in a final presentation and report.
To further improve their collaboration and problem-solving skills, students participated in Workshop Wednesdays. Students learned the importance of working collaboratively as a team to accomplish specific challenges. It has been a successful month full of learning and fun. Students are ready to begin their new academic year at Humber.
Business Professor Publishes New Book
Mon, September 24, 2018
Employment Law for Business and Human Resources Professionals 4th edition by Kathryn Filsinger, a Business School professor, has been published.
Written with both students and HR professionals in mind, this book focuses on providing a fundamental and practical understanding of the key legal issues – both common law and statutory - that arise between employers and non-unionized employees. These include basic employment standards (including the Bill 148 amendments and its responses to precarious work), human rights, privacy, workplace harassment, pay equity, health and safety, and wrongful dismissal. Each area is explored with the help of numerous case studies and examples that provide real-world context. This book is widely used in post-secondary institutions throughout Ontario, as well as in other provinces.
The Placement Centre Contributes to International Youth Day
Mon, September 24, 2018
The Blue Jays Care Foundation works with youth and their families in various community and social services organizations.
Every year they organize a day of learning, fun and exploration as part of International Youth Day celebrations. This year’s theme was Career Day and they called upon the Placement Centre to contribute their energy and expertise. Camille Bacaksizlar and Mary Cantisano developed and delivered a 90-minute seminar on Networking. This was a fun, interactive and motivating seminar. The information and activities built upon the participants’ skills, unique style and helped them understand strategies to improve their networking. One of the best feedback comments about this workshop was “Humber killed it!” (We were told this was a good thing). Moreover, the advisors engaged in post-seminar discussions with the participants, which clearly indicated this seminar was meaningful for this group of youth! We look forward to taking part in similar events in the future.
College Voucher for Technology Adoption Projects Off to a Great Start
Sun, September 09, 2018
A team of 26 students (Bachelor of Commerce Business School and School of Media) officially started the CVTA projects through the research office.
Humber Students Win 2018 Applied Arts Student Awards
Tue, July 17, 2018
Congratulations to the six Humber School of Media Studies & Information Technology students on winning several Applied Arts Student Awards.
The winners include Dahin Rah, Advertising & Graphic Design, Dana Mevorach, Graphic Design, Jordan Jackson, Graphic Design, Austin Riswick, Film and Television Production, Geoff Baillie, Advertising Copywriting, and Ian Dunlop, Advertising Copywriting.
Applied Arts Magazine is Canada's premier magazine of visual communications, featuring the latest opinions, news and images from the creative advertising industry in Canada and abroad. Their annual Applied Arts Awards are the only competition in Canada that recognizes the talents of professionals across the visual communications sector.
The winners will have their work published in the Fall 2018 Student Awards annual, in the online Winners' Gallery and Awards Archive, as well as receive a complimentary copy of the Fall 2018 issue, an awards certificate, and more.
You can view Dahin's award-winning campaign for Rocky Mountain Bicycles below.
Congratulations to all the Student Award winners!
Humber And SEW-EURODRIVE Team Up To Bring Unique Technology To North America
Tue, July 10, 2018
Partnership will equip students and employees for jobs of the future.
Humber Student Wins MPI’s Student of the Year Award
Thu, June 14, 2018
Students, Amanda Bahn and Lindsey Slade, were the only nominees at MPI's Norman Neil Student of the Year award, with Amanda taking home the honour.
MPI is a global organization of meeting and event planners with approximately 2,000 event professional members. MPI held its annual, black tie/formal wear, Royal Gala on March 8th, at Metro Toronto Convention Center with 300 participants from Ontario and Quebec. Every year, the organization recognizes event professionals for their outstanding achievements in the field of meeting and event planning at their Royal Gala Night.
This year, Humber College was the only college (out of 8 colleges and two universities) to be recognized in the Student of the year award category. Our two current students broke the long chain of wins of Ryerson for this award (the award has been in existence for over 20 years).
Students are nominated based on their community/industry/school service, other awards and professional recognition, chapter participation, scholastic merit, placement/co-op experience and references.
The winner, Amanda Banh, received the scholarship on stage and thanked Humber College for the unwavering support in building her as an event professional.
Congratulations to you both, Amanda and Lindsey!
Humber Partners with Concordia's New Institute for Investigative Journalism
Tue, May 15, 2018
Concordia launched the Institute for Investigative Journalism, led by Patti Sonntag, a former editor in The New York Times’ News Services division.
Humber is among several other media and educational organizations partnered on this project, such as Global News, The Toronto Star, Ryerson University, and more.
Humber And Cisco Join Forces To Enhance Technology-driven Education
Tue, May 08, 2018
Initiative will link Innovation Centres, showcase education industry leadership and drive hands-on experimentation.
Business Professors Present at IMC University
Thu, April 12, 2018
Two business school professors, Ionela Bacain and Fabian Marks, attended International Masters Week at IMC University in Krems, Austria.
Placement Centre Hosts Leadership in Business Panel
Wed, April 11, 2018
A Leadership in Business Panel and Networking event was hosted by The Placement Centre in collaboration with the Finance Student Association.
Over 80 students, staff and faculty from various Humber College business programs attended the event. The Panel consisted of nine industry professionals including Humber alumni from various Bachelor of Commerce programs.
The successful event began with an introduction of the members of the panel, along with a brief overview of their professional careers. The discussion was facilitated by two Finance Degree student moderators and included topics such as various leadership styles, interview and resume strategies, mentorship, as well as advice on climbing the corporate ladder. The attending students asked industry and job-specific questions touching upon issues such as building relationships, active engagement and professional communication. The responses from the panel members offered valuable advice and information to the eager students.
The conclusion of the event involved breaking out into a networking session, which offered the opportunity for the attending students to make connections. The success of the event is credited to the Industry Panel members, the Finance Student Association, and the Placement Centre.
Business School Faculty Members Receive Distinguished Faculty Award
Mon, April 09, 2018
The Business School awarded Suzanne Ross and Jeff Short The 2016-17 Distinguished Faculty Award at The Business School awards ceremony.
Humber Students Win the 2018 Designing Change Competition
Mon, April 09, 2018
On March 24th, Humber students won the Designing Change 2018 competition, organized by Sustainable Humber and the World Wildlife Fund Canada.
Humber Staff Member is Empowering Her Community
Tue, March 20, 2018
Sunjukta Das, a Placement Advisor, was in the New Canadian Media article, “Changing Ontario: South Asian Women Step Up to Empower the Community.”
The article explores the ways in which South Asian Immigrant women are changing their communities for the better. The article discusses Sanjukta’s experience with WINGS, a Mississauga-based organization helping to provide enterprising women with empowering networking opportunities.
Business Professor Published in European Journal of Operational Research
Thu, February 01, 2018
Professor Hussam Jawad, had his paper published in the scientific journal, European Journal of Operational Research.
Titled “Improving Supply Chain Sustainability Using Exergy Analysis," in this paper,
Hussam merges business and engineering sciences. He models the supply chain as a thermodynamic system to find the waste of a supply chain, in the goal of achieving a better level of sustainability.
Hussam has over 25 years of engineering and business experience. This will be his seventh published paper. Congratulations, Hussam, on this accomplishment!
Faculty Member Travels to Mongolia For Volunteer Experience
Wed, January 31, 2018
Anita A. John, Program Coordinator of the Law Clerk program, worked at the Mongolian Chamber of Commerce and Industry as a tax and e-commerce advisor.
The organization is devoted to the development of international trade and investment in Mongolia’s business community.
Anita shared international best practices in tax law that she acquired from her Masters in Tax Law. She provided recommendations to the research local tax law team on what the optimal tax rate model for the current Mongolian tax law system should be. Anita presented a leadership seminar to the Women’s Entrepreneurial Council. Additionally, Anita presented two seminars on e-commerce with topics ranging from customer relationship management to using social media as digital tools to leverage the export potential of small and medium business enterprises.
Humber College and Festo Didactic Launch Five-year Workforce Development Training Program
Fri, January 26, 2018
The Partnership is designed to equip students and workers with new skills for the future economy.
Humber Receives $5 Million From the Barrett Family Foundation
Fri, January 26, 2018
Donation will fund scholarships and help build a Technology and Innovation Centre.
Visiting Scholars at the Business School
Fri, January 26, 2018
This semester, 2 visiting scholars - Dr. Sahil Raj and Dr. Renata Guidi - will call Humber their new home as they conduct their postdoctoral research.
Business School Faculty Celebrate Career Milestones
Thu, January 25, 2018
In 2017, a number of our faculty members celebrated 10- and 25-year anniversaries working at the Business School.
We wouldn’t be the leading polytechnic institution without all of their hard work and commitment over the years. Congratulations to the following faculty members on their career milestones.
10 Years: Susan Kelsall, Tara Kuipery, Mary Anne Myers, Antonietta Perretta, Ramesh Saxena, Kent Schroeder, Ellen Sparling, Bradley Witt.
25 Years: Ihor Sokolyk
Thanks to all those listed above for your years of hard work and dedication!
Civil Faculty Member Gets Published
Wed, December 06, 2017
Congratulations to civil faculty member Adrianna Mema!
Mema's paper on “Answering the Challenges of Health and Safety for the Small Contractor” has recently been accepted by The International Forum on Engineering Education for presentation and publication in conference proceedings.
Humber Strikes Gold At Skills Ontario
Wed, September 13, 2017
Skills Ontario’s annual competition took place in Toronto this year – and Humber was a proud supporter.
Students participated in a variety of competitions, including culinary, cabinetmaking and mechatronics. Humber did extremely well this year, winning three gold, two silver and two bronze medals.
Congratulations to all our winners:
Mon, March 27, 2017
The third annual Winterstations Design Competition sees the Kew, Balmy, and Scarboro beaches transformed into interactive art installations.
Of the eight winning entries, Humber college students in Art Foundation, Visual and Digital Arts, Interior Design, and Industrial Design proposed and constructed a winning entry that will be unveiled on Family Day, February 20th.
Explorers are challenged with what is and what can be through a visual distortion of reality in The illusory. Constructed of highly reflective linear panels, the circumambulatory experience pulls the explorer into the centre for a moment of introspection and to experience an ever-changing illusion of reality. From afar, the structure is incognito, reflecting the surrounding environment and fading into it. Entering the space, the explorer views misconstrued, mirroring illustrations of themselves and their surroundings.
The inspiration for the Illusory came from the relationship shared between humans and the environment. The site itself inspired the shape of the piece, where from afar the complete form curves and angles with the sloping beach while its reflectivity causes it to disappear into the sky. The installation is meant to provoke curiosity. After approaching the piece and entering into a circular space, participants view fragmented versions of themselves and the environment. The Illusory is an introspective experience, depicting humans themselves as the catalyst for change in the present environment.
Humber Students Talk their Way to a Trophy
Wed, March 15, 2017
Two SMSIT students competed on March 8th in Voices 2017, an annual speech competition run by PR students for PR students in the GTA.
This year’s theme was “the world in reverse”. Darnell Jones, a second-year Advertising and Marketing Communications student at Humber placed second at the event winning a $300 Apple gift certificate and Justin Hartman, a first-year Public Relations Advanced Diploma student placed third winning a $200 Apple gift certificate. Jones spoke about “A World We Share” and Hartman spoke on “Vigilance is the Price of Liberty”.
This year, eleven students competed with Edwin Addai Sarfo of Georgian College placing first. Humber Broadcast Radio Program Coordinator Sheila Walsh was the emcee for the event.
“I’m very proud of Darnell and Justin. They did an outstanding job and demonstrated the excellence that Humber students apply to their studies,” says Jennifer Leonard, Humber presentations skills professor.
Voices 2017 is an annual forum for the best and brightest public relations, corporate communications, marketing and advertising students in the Greater Toronto Area to come together and showcase their creativity and public speaking talents. Seneca corporate communications/PR students select the theme each year. Mimi Tsui, professor at Seneca College was the faculty lead for the event. Tsui is a graduate of Humber’s PR post-grad program.
Humber students have won trophies in each of the three years it has competed.
Tue, January 31, 2017
A retiree dinner was held for Tammie Dunnett, Nancy Kerry and Anita Adamek to thank them for their years of service to Humber and The Business School.
"Land of Nod" Wins Runner-Up
Sat, January 14, 2017
FMTV thesis film "Land of Nod" won runner-up in Best Live Action category in Canada's Top Ten Student Shorts Programme on January 14, 2017.
The Land of Nod is the coming of age story of the sixteen-year-old Nicholas, a son of a local serial killer. Tormented by his classmates and uncared for by his alcoholic mother, Nicholas is on a quest to find out if he is anything like his father. His only ally is Enna, a fifteen-year-old girl who is obsessed with finding the body of one of the victims, her sister. Unsure of himself and who he might end up to be if he lets anger reign, Nicholas must look past guilt and others’ perceptions in order to move on. The Land of Nod is a dark coming of age story that explores the loss of innocence, the truth of nature and nurture, and the victims of murder that are not talked about: their families.
Drone Off Challenge
Tue, November 22, 2016
Humber Students Dan Merluse, Bogdan Malynovskyy, Evan Curle, and Christian Smith participated in the Drone Off Challenge representing Humber College.
The theme of the event was “know before you fly,” a message supported by Transport Canada, the Model Aeronautics Association of Canada and Unmanned Systems Canada.
"Humber Vote 2015" Named Best Audio Podcast or Current Affairs Show
Tue, October 18, 2016
This is the second year in a row that our students have won the BEAC award for a two-hour live election special show on Radio Humber.
Dozens of students from several distinct programs including Broadcasting Radio - Diploma, Broadcasting Radio - Graduate Certificate and Journalism - Print and Broadcast, were directly involved in reporting or producing content for the show.
The program originated in the control room at 96.9 Radio Humber, with a support team in the broadcast newsroom and studios, and reporters on location across Humber, throughout local ridings, throughout Toronto, across the Greater Toronto area, and beyond. We had a Radio News student reporting from Ottawa, and a Journalism student at the Justin Trudeau's headquarters. The energy in the broadcast centre on election night was fantastic!
The broadcast was a huge undertaking for any professional broadcast news operation; embraced and executed with enthusiasm by Humber students who chose to get involved and cooperate with students from other programs.
The award winning team included the entire classes of all programs involved in the final credit, as well as:
Nick Westoll - Journalism Print & Broadcast: Producer, Co-host
Adam Haga - Broadcasting - Radio: Producer 2 (organization, and reporting live from Ottawa)
Kenan Habibovich - Broadcasting - Radio: Producer 3 (technical production, live operating)
The award will be presented May 27th at the BEAC national conference in Halifax; streamed over beac.ca.
Humber Visual Elements NIKE PAVE Project
Wed, July 20, 2016
There will be 16 students participating in The Humber Visual Elements NIKE PAVE project competition to design a NIKE shoe wall.
This wall will be built by Visual Elements and showcased at Globalshop 2017 in Vegas. There are 8 teams of 4th-year students that will be competing within Humber BID for this project.
Students were invited to meet Andy Thaemert of NIKE (Senior Creative Director of Global Retail Design) at Visual Elements who gave the students feedback on their preliminary proposals. They were then given a tour of the impressive manufacturing facilities of Visual Elements by Robert Turk, John Simmen and Randy Simmen.
A video conference feedback session was held recently with Andy Thaemert, Randy Simmen and Neal Claassen from So Showcases (PAVE representative) to allow each of the 8 student teams 15 minutes for feedback on their proposals sent to NIKE.
The winning team will be chosen by NIKE and Visual Elements. The scheme will be built in Toronto by Visual Elements to be showcased at Globalshop in Las Vegas on March 2017.
The winning team will have the opportunity to travel to Vegas for Globalshop and for the construction of the proposal for the NIKE wall. Final presentations are tentatively scheduled for Dec.1
People's Choice Award Winners!
Mon, May 02, 2016
Justin MacDonald and Fiona Cleary couldn't be more deserving of the People's Choice Award.
They both worked tirelessly during the campaign promoting the competition and entry, which paid off! Breath of Life was a highlight in a stellar program of films programmed by the folks at Spafax for the Air Canada enRoute Film Festival.
Radio-TV-Digital News Association (RTDNA) Central Canada Meeting
Tue, April 12, 2016
For the 4th year in a row, the Radio-TV-Digital News Association (RTDNA) held its Central Canada meeting and awards luncheon at Humber.
The annual event attracts industry leaders from radio and television - and sees the return of many of our alumni who are currently active and very successful in the news media industry. The most exciting part of the day is the opportunity for current students to interact and network with news directors, reporters and award winners in the breakout session following the luncheon.
Centre for Technology and Innovation (North Campus) Funding
Mon, April 04, 2016
The federal government announced a new $2-billion fund to help post-secondary institutions improve research and innovation infrastructure.
The Post-Secondary Institutions Strategic Investment Fund (SIF) will help Canadian colleges and universities improve the quality of facilities dedicated to innovation, training, research and environmental sustainability. Colleges were requested to submit projects that met funding criteria and a substantial completion requirement of April 2018.
We are very excited to announce that the School of Applied technology has applied for the funding of the Centre for Technology and Innovation (North Campus).
Preliminary planning is underway with the School of Applied Technology, the School of Media Studies and Information Technology and Humber Research to develop a state-of-the-art idea accelerator, with programs focused on sustainable building practices, automated manufacturing and human-centered, technology-enabled solutions. Planning is in progress for the construction of a 70,000-square-foot building that will be located in the area that is currently parking lot 3A, between the LRC and the University of Guelph-Humber building.
Humber Students Get Vocal
Wed, March 30, 2016
Three SMSIT students competed on March 30th in Voices 2016, an annual speech competition run by students for students in the GTA.
This year’s theme was “wise words." Malick Ba, a second-year advertising and marketing communications student placed second at the event and Cleo Clatney, a first-year public relations advanced diploma student at placed third. Donte Spence, also a first-year public relations advanced diploma student was part of the team representing Humber. This is the second year Humber participated in the public speaking contest.
“I’m so proud of Malick,” said Anna Santilli-Finn, ADMC program co-ordinator. “He’s added to the program’s reputation by competing and placing second in this competition. I think it speaks well of Malick’s strong skill set and the skills we teach in our program."
“Congratulations to Cleo on placing third,” said Lisa McLachlan, PR advanced diploma co-ordinator.“It’s encouraging to see our first-year students doing so well against postgrad public relations students across the GTA."
Mimi Tsui, professor at Seneca College was the faculty lead for the event. Mimi is a graduate of Humber’s PR post-grad program.
Humber Professor Wins the Best Paper Award at the ICT4S Conference
Tue, December 15, 2015
Congratulations to Interior Design professor Maha Salman for receiving the Best Paper Award at the ICT4S conference.
Maha won for her work on "Sustainable and Smart: Rethinking what a smart home is". Dr. Maha Salman has conducted numerous research studies in the aspects of sustainability and environmental design. The ICT4S was held in Amsterdam in late August 2016.
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