"With the end of the term in sight it’s timely to pause and look at some of the events that have taken place over the past few months. The common theme, as always, is our students! I hope you enjoy these stories, and if you have one of your own you would like to share please consider submitting here.”
Dean, School of Social and Community Services
From June 5 to 8, 2017, the International Journal of Arts & Sciences (IJAS) held their American Canadian Conference for Social Sciences and Humanities at Ryerson University.
On April 10th, 2017, Ignite held its annual Student Appreciation Awards.
From May 5 to 28, 2017, 10 students from the Addictions and Mental Health, Child and Youth Care, Community and Justice Services, Criminology, Police Foundations, and the Social Service Worker programs travelled to Moshi, Tanzania.
On June 5, 2017, the School of Social Community Services hosted the Annual Partnership Appreciation Event to celebrate the many community partners who host, mentor and supervise students in field placements across the SSCS.
Humber College’s School of Applied Technology and the Community Outreach and Workforce Development partnered with the Elizabeth Fry Society of Peel-Halton and Landscape Ontario to develop an apprenticeship program for incarcerated women at the Vanier Centre for Woman in Milton, Ontario.
The School of Social & Community Services research team continues to work on evaluating the Toronto Police Service Neighbourhood Policing Program.
From June 1 to 2, 2017, Humber College hosted the Annual OACYC Provincial Conference.
On May 10th, 2017, three students from the School of Social and Community Services attended the Human Trafficking Awareness Event at Nathan Phillips Square to help raise awareness of this crime.
Bachelor of Behaviour Science student Michelle Thibeau, was recently interviewed for the spring volume of The ONTABA Analyst, “Behaviour Analysis in Ontario: The people behind the work”.
Read Michelle's feature story here
On May 17 and 24, 2017, Camp Choice visited the Lakeshore Campus’ Centre for Justice Leadership and Simulation Lab to learn more about Humber’s Justice Studies programs.
It is our pleasure to extend an invitation to you for the Neighbourhood Policing Research Symposium being held on Saturday, October 14th, 2017 at Humber College, Lakeshore Campus. The School of Social and Community Services' Research Team will share lessons learned and results from a three-year evaluation study of the Toronto Police Service’s Neighbourhood Policing Program.