Humber grads Theo Willert and Avery Bird have won bronze in the mechatronics category at the WorldSkills 2017 competition in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
A $5 million donation from The Barrett Family Foundation will give future Humber students the means to study in technology-related fields.
Applied Research & Innovation supports collaboration, applied research, and innovation at Humber and in the community.
Humber is creating a network of multidisciplinary Centres of Innovation (COIs) to help businesses and communities succeed and grow.
Humber receives $21.6 million from Strategic Investment Fund to help post-secondary institutions improve research and innovation infrastructure.
This two-minute virtual tour will walk you through the exciting spaces in the CTI building concept.
Check out the progress of the build of the CTI through the Live Eye on the construction site.
November 21st 2017
There will be a first level concrete pour at the CTI construction site with approximately 20-25 concrete trucks entering and departing the North Campus throughout the day.
The CTI will be a world-class facility, purpose-built to encourage innovation, applied research, project-based learning with industry and community partners. Instead of traditional classrooms and laboratories, the CTI will provide 93,000 sq. ft. of open concept gathering spaces, cutting-edge prototyping labs and makerspaces, interactive technology zones, digital media studios and demonstration areas for showcasing new products and technologies.
An invaluable resource for companies and communities, the CTI will bring together interdisciplinary teams of faculty, students and industry experts to solve complex, real-world problems. The CTI will act as an outsourced R&D department for manufacturing companies, providing a supportive, low-risk environment where they can experiment with leading-edge technologies and transform ideas into operational efficiencies and marketable products and services.
The CTI will provide a stimulating, hands-on learning environment for Humber students, preparing them to become the creative risk-takers and change leaders that businesses need to stay ahead of the innovation curve. The CTI will also offer state-of-the-art training facilities, equipment and customized programs to help manufacturers train their existing employees to work effectively with advanced technologies.
To learn more, contact:
Director of the Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation (CTI)
Humber School of Applied Technology
Room D224, North Campus
416-675-6622 ext. 5332