The Tzu Chi Clinic of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), the first-ever comprehensive TCMfilesclinic in a public postsecondary institution in Canada, celebrated a year of success at HumberfilesCollege’s North Campus with a reception on October 24th .
In December 2019, 32 talented students demonstrated their skills by competing for the title of ‘Iron Chef’ in the annual Kraft Heinz Iron Chef competition at Humber.
A recent $40,000 donation by Kraft Heinz Canada in support for Humber College’s Culinary and Baking programs in the Faculty of Business will help students gain real-world expertise by bringing education and industry together and accelerating their unlimited potential.
On Friday, September 13th, 2019, Humber College celebrated their 11-year partnership with international skincare brand Dermalogica. Dermalogica products form an integral part of the Esthetician/Spa Management and Cosmetic Management programs and are widely used in services at The Humber Spa.
After recently donating a gift of over $30,000 to the Humber Insurance Management Program, Wawanesa Insurance donated another $20,000 gift to support the program's growth.
Join us on August 24 to cheer on Toronto FC as they take on Montreal Impact. Bring your friends and family and catch all the action in the Budweiser Patio, along the North ends field level. Better yet, your match ticket also gets you access to The Ex, so you can enjoy the attractions as well as the game! We hope to see you there for an evening of fun, entertainment, contests and giveaways.
Relive the moments from your Humber convocation by sharing your best photo and memory for the chance to win. Submit your photo, along with your name, program and grad year, as well as a short caption to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In July 2019, Farzad Rayegani, Senior Dean of Humber’s Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology, will be hiking the Camino de Santiago, an 800 km. hiking trail in northwestern Spain. As part of his trip, he is raising $2,500 to support student scholarships. Give now to help Humber students make their academic and professional dreams come true.
Humber’s new world-class facility, the Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation (Barrett CTI) defines next generation of education. Built to inspire innovation, support skills development and promote STEAM outreach, the Barrett CTI officially opened its doors, paving the way for students, faculty and industry alike to solve real-world problems.
Humber College and SEW-EURODRIVE are entering into a five-year partnership agreement to build awareness and provide training and applied research opportunities related to Industry 4.0 technologies. The partnership will expand the knowledge of faculty, students and employees, and will enable Canadian companies and enterprises to explore how Industry 4.0 can enhance their manufacturing processes and productivity.
The late Carol Reid was an admired and much-loved educator in the Early Childhood Education (ECE) program at Humber College. From her first day of teaching until her retirement in 2014, Carol’s commitment to students and the community was characterized by her creativity and love of learning.
For six years running, the annual Humber Golf Classic has brought together donors, alumni, staff, faculty, industry partners and the community for a spirited round of golf in support of an important cause – student awards and scholarships. This year's event was no exception, with more than 200 golfers, sponsors and supporters in attendance.
Humber College and Cisco Canada are launching a five-year initiative to engage students, faculty and companies in maximizing the opportunities presented by cyber, network communication and collaborative digital technologies. This initiative will link Innovation Centres, showcase education industry leadership and drive hands-on experimentation.
Premier’s Awards celebrate the achievements of Ontario college graduates in the province and throughout the world. Humber graduates were nominated in six categories: Business, Community Services, Creative Arts and Design, Health Sciences, Recent Graduate, and Technology.
The hall’s centerpiece is Humber’s first donor and alumni recognition wall that combines unique hexagon-shaped plaques and digital interactive screens. Individuals and organizations whose cumulative contributions have reached or exceeded $10,000 are recognized on the wall as a permanent acknowledgement of their generosity. The wall includes the names of 350 donors who have collectively given millions of dollars to Humber since its opening in 1967.