“Below are some examples of how students and staff in our school continue to be change-makers. From book launches to awards, there remains much to celebrate as we look back on the fall term and all that was accomplished, despite the challenges we faced. I hope you enjoy learning more about the school and consider sharing your own successes in our next Newsletter, here.”
Dean, School of Social and Community Services
Congratulations to Sana Mahmood, SSCS Operations Manager, Michael Gamble, Program Coordinator CSI, and Greg McElligott, Faculty – Community and Justice Services Program on their ten-year anniversary at Humber College.
Dr. Jaspreet Bal, a professor in the Child and Youth Care program, recently returned from an incredible week at the University College Absalon, Denmark, where she participated in the DUVE project.
Congratulations to Doug Thomson as the recipient of the 2018 John and Suanne Roueche Excellence Award, given for exceptional teaching and learning and demonstrated leadership.
Congratulations to Dr. Rai Reece on receiving the Research Excellence Award for her work on “One Seed at a Time”: Evaluating the Impact of the Horticulture Technician Pre-Apprenticeship Program on the Lives of Incarcerated Women.
The SSCS was successful in its third consecutive application for funding from the Wofford Fellowship that will go directly to supporting students embarking on a faculty led trip to Lima, Peru in May, 2019.
First and third semester Child and Youth Care Practitioner diploma students have been embarking on a weekly mindfulness practice to establish a healthy and balanced way of living.
On September 19th and 20th, the Centre for Addictions and Mental Health held its inaugural Forensic Dual Diagnostic Specialty Service Conference.
For the 2017/2018 academic year, the SSCS hosted two visiting scholars, Henry Ke and Iris Zhou, from the Nanjing Forest Police College.
In 2016, Humber College, in partnership with The City of Toronto’s Youth Equity Strategy, Amadeusz, and The Laidlaw Foundation, launched a research project titled: Look at my Life: Youth Identified ‘Sparks’ for Firearm Possession Among Young People in Toronto.
Our Crime Scene Investigation students got their hands dirty with the forensic exhumation of two (imitation) human skeletons buried on Lakeshore campus.
8am - 6pm
It is our pleasure to extend an invitation to you for the Neighbourhood Policing Research Symposium being held on Thursday, May 10th, 2018 at Humber College, Lakeshore Campus.