Tags: Issue 4, June 2021
The Bachelor of Behavioural Science (BBS) has a new club! Thurisha Anthony, a second-year student in BBS, has initiated the Humber Behavioural Science Association. During remote course delivery this year, Thurisha noted how her peers were missing the sense of engagement and support that resulted from on-campus learning.
The Humber Behavioural Science Association has 2 purposes:
So far, there have been four meetings of the Association, ranging from conversations with BBS graduates as guests, exam preparation help, virtual social games, and speaking about their experiences with potential master’s programs and current employment in the field speaking about their experiences.
The response from BBS students has been very enthusiastic. Students are welcoming the opportunity to learn more about their future opportunities as well as getting to know one another. Thanks to those who supported with coordinating this endeavour, including Student Support Advisor Eowyn Jordison.
We are all looking forward to the further activities with the Humber Behavioural Science Association in September!