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Ontario College Student Experience Survey - Posted on January 27, 2022

Posted:
January 27, 2022
Contact:
Jean O'Donnell

Ontario College Student Experience Survey

On Monday, January 31, Humber will launch the Ontario Colleges Student Experience Survey (OCSES) to all students in full-time, funded programming enrolled in semesters 2 to 8. This survey will assess students’ experiences related to teaching and learning quality, program related knowledge and skills, work integrated learning (if applicable), and student services and resources. The results of the survey will allow the college to identify strengths and areas of improvement.

Students will receive an email invitation titled ‘Important: Your response needed to Humber’s Student Experience Survey’. To promote the survey, participants will have the option to enter a draw for a chance to win one of ten $100 e-gift cards of their choice. 

For questions about the survey, please contact Jean O’Donnell at jean.o’donnell@humber.ca.

Student’s questions about the survey can be directed to iresearch@humber.ca.

2022 Siemens Student Art Call - Posted on January 27, 2022

Posted:
January 27, 2022
Contact:
Casey Norris
2022 Siemens Art Call

Humber Galleries is excited to launch a new student art call in partnership with Siemens Canada

We're asking students to create artworks that speak to the theme of Technology with Purpose and what it means to them. How can technology shape our collective future? What role does technology play in the transformation of our society and economy? How can we solve tomorrow’s challenges by using technology?  

Running from today until early March, this call is open to all current Humber College and University of Guelph-Humber students to create brand new artworks in any physical medium. Whether it be a painting, a photograph, an illustration, any genre or medium that can be printed and/or installed in a frame is welcomed. 

Students have a chance to win $1,500 and have their artwork become part of the Siemens Canada Art Collection. Applications are now open until Wednesday, March 2. Visit humbergalleries.ca/2022-siemens-art-call for more submission info and to apply today. 

Have some questions or want to get some more info? Stay tuned for details on our live info session coming up Wednesday, February 9th.  

#TechnologyWithPurpose #SiemensArtsCall

New Online Exhibition: Scene and Unseen: Exploring South Etobicoke through Postcards - Posted on January 27, 2022

Posted:
January 27, 2022
Contact:
Nadine Finlay
Postcards featuring views of South Etobicoke

In celebration of the Lakeshore Grounds Interpretive Centre’s five-year anniversary, our new online exhibition featuring postcards from our collection, launched January 26, 2022!

Why postcards? This nostalgic method of short-form communication rose in popularity in the early twentieth century due to the increased speed and affordability of the postal service. But for most of their history, postcards have served as more than just a way to share a word with a loved one. Postcards also act as a marker in time, representing a specific location and the memories that a collector may have.

Join us at Scene and Unseen to dive deeper into the stories of South Etobicoke.

Visit the exhibition: lakeshoregrounds.ca/scene-and-unseen

Aubrey Prize - Student Challenge - Posted on January 27, 2022

Posted:
January 27, 2022
Contact:
Future Design School
Call for proposals - Aubrey Prize - Student Challenge

Please share this opportunity with any interested students:

Are you passionate about languages? Do you believe in the power of true, meaningful communication to inspire change? Would $10,000 help your ideas come to life? 

Collectively, we are in the midst of a communication crisis and Future Design School wants YOUR help to solve it. 

Future Design School is looking for passionate Canadian youth (aged 16+) who want to solve a language-based challenge in their community. This could be anything - from arranging community learning events to prevent the loss of traditional languages, to creating an afterschool program assisting busy working parents helping their children learn to read - the sky's the limit! 

The winner of the Audrey Wearn Language Prize will receive up to $10,000 and the ongoing support of Future Design School to make their project come to life.

Learn more at: https://www.audreyprize.com/call-for-proposals

Call for Papers: Indigenous Education and Research in a Polytechnic Context - Posted on January 26, 2022

Posted:
January 26, 2022
Contact:
Anju Kakkar
Call for Papers "Indigenous Education and Research in a Polytechnic Context"

This is your chance to get your paper published in the Journal of Innovation in Polytechnic Education (JIPE).

Expressions of Interest (EOI) are requested for this Issue of JIPE exploring the topic of “Indigenous Education and Research in a Polytechnic Context.”

We kindly invite authors to contribute to this issue of JIPE by sharing stories, teachings, and inter-disciplinary dialogue that centres Indigenous peoples and cultures; ways of being and becoming; theories of knowledge and knowing; and practices of teaching and learning. JIPE especially encourages scholarly work in partnership with Indigenous communities, both within rural, urban and remote contexts, which explore the impact of innovative teaching and learning practices that push the boundaries of traditional educational theory and delivery. Submissions will be peer-reviewed and collaborative expressions of interest must include at least one Indigenous co-writer.

Please see the official call for papers on our website for more information.

Deadline: June 2, 2022

EOIs should be submitted to humberpress@humber.ca.

Sustainability Spotlight: Jen Ball - Posted on January 26, 2022

Posted:
January 26, 2022

This month, we’re putting the Sustainability Spotlight on Jen Ball!  

Jen is a professor in the General Arts and Science (GAS) program and has been a Humber employee since 2008. In the fall of 2021, Humber launched the Sustainability Stream, a new program option guiding students toward green sector careers. Jen played an instrumental role in the development of this stream and continues to teach courses informed by today’s global challenges, such as the climate crisis and social inequity.  

As an educator, Jen believes that individuals at the college level can play a crucial role in the fight against the climate crisis.  

“We at the college level are really in an excellent place to help shape the labour force required to meet the ambitious targets being set by Canada and the entire global community,” Jen said. “Not only that, we must graduate critical thinkers who can assess the plans being made and identify weaknesses and opportunities. I have such excellent colleagues at Humber who do this work every day in the classroom. It’s so exciting to be a part of this team.”  

To learn more about how Jen addresses sustainability in her work and personal life, find the full feature story.

Hire a Research Analyst for the Fall Semester - Posted on January 26, 2022

Posted:
January 26, 2022
Hire a Research Analyst for the Fall Semester poster

Do you have a research project that needs to be completed during the summer semester? Are you looking for someone who can assist you with:

  • Data collection, research design, information retrieval, and survey design
  • Designing and implementing research projects for international or domestic populations
  • Qualitative and quantitative data collection, analysis and interpretation
  • Project management, proposal writing, and literature reviews
  • Students are knowledgable with SPSS, Excel, and Data visualization tools

Our highly qualified Research Analyst graduate students are available full time from May to the end of July to assist you with your project.

*Project hours are used for Work-Integrated Learning (placement course)

For more information, please contact Nicole Tonus-Conti at x75476 or nicole.tonus-conti@humber.ca.

Accessible Learning Services Best Practice Considerations - Note-Taking Supports - Posted on January 26, 2022

Posted:
January 26, 2022
Contact:
Desta McCalla
Tel:
x5182

Enhancing Institutional EDI Knowledge of Disability and Academic Accessibility 

  • Some students experience disability-related barriers around taking notes during class.  

  • In order to facilitate access to notes, some students registered with Accessible Learning may be utilizing notetaking support through a service called Note Taking Express, which is coordinated through Peer Assisted Learning Services. Students using this service are required to sign an agreement indicating they will only share the recording with Note Taking Express staff and acknowledging other conditions to keep accountability while utilizing this service. 

  • While faculty are not legally mandated to post their lecture slides/summaries/video recordings on Blackboard/CourseLink for all students, students with disabilities, in particular, may require access to such materials as an accommodation.  

  • As a helpful way to encourage participation, some faculty assign all students into small “note-taking groups” where each week they arrange for one group to collectively take and share their notes on Blackboard/Courselink for the whole class.  This supports students with disabilities and other students with diverse needs, which may impact taking notes during class in real-time. 

Visit our ALS Information for Faculty website to learn more about note-taking supports for students. 

Please email us at accessible-learning@humber.ca with suggestions for key accessibility-related topics that you would like us to address through the Communiqué. 

Process for Using City Taxi - Posted on January 25, 2022

Posted:
January 25, 2022

Faculties and departments who utilize City Taxi services must provide current and valid Standing Order numbers to get accurately billed to the proper departmental accounts. City Taxi has provided the attached guidelines for your assistance:

  1. Information on requesting voucher books
  2. Providing valid Banner Purchase Order# for correct billing

We also want to remind you that once the new fiscal (2022-23) opens in Banner in April, the process of confirming the new Standing Purchase order# to City Taxi should be followed.

Please contact Purchasing Services if you have any questions.

Research Rockstar: Anxhelo Mecollari - Posted on January 25, 2022

Posted:
January 25, 2022
Contact:
Felipe Narcizo
Photo of Anxhelo Mecollari

Our rockstar of the week is Anxhelo Mecollari, a student from Albania who has been involved in different types of research. 

His first research experience with Humber started during his first semester when he joined Professor Dhimitri as a research assistant to innovate and develop the MRICOSA Water Purification Project. Later, he joined Barret CTI director, Neal Mohammed, to develop service rooms layouts and designs. 

Mecollari is a current research assistant and provides expertise in mechanical and machining services, collaborating with faculty members, and teaching students how to use machines. He is providing students with hands-on experience. But even with the COVID-19 pandemic, Anxhelo kept motivated, he joined with another Advanced Manufacturing Skills Consortium Partner Javelin Technologies Inc. to produce protective face-shields for Humber faculty and staff. 

When asked about his new goals, he hopes to, one day, lead his own applied research.  

“Research, in my mind, is like painting on a blank canvas”, said Anxhelo Mecollari.

Learn more about Anxhelo by reading the full article.

Retirement: Peter Madott - Posted on January 13, 2022

Posted:
January 13, 2022

Dear Humber community,

Peter Madott, affectionately known as ‘Madott’ will be retiring this spring 2022. 

Peter began his 20 year career in the Faculty of Business as the Program Coordinator of the Marketing Management, International Marketing and -Financial Services programs. In 2006, as Associate Dean, Peter was instrumental in the development, launch and success of the Global Business Management two-year graduate certificate program. GBM (launched in 2009) has been the most successful graduate certificate program in attracting and graduating thousands of international students in a variety of industries that include banking, marketing, supply chain and more.

As Associate Dean, Peter led the development and launch of many graduate certificates that include Financial Planning, Event Management, Entrepreneurial Enterprise, Insurance Management and most recently Business Insights and Analytics. Peter also led the college-wide development of the Centre for Entrepreneurship. His passion for the entrepreneurial spirit and the need to support all Humber students in becoming entrepreneurs was clear in his execution of the New Venture Seed Fund competition. Peter loved working with students, their business plan submissions and often their dreams to think big. 

Faculty and staff enjoyed working with Peter because he was sincere, thoughtful and always available to listen. He also had all the answers, either in a spreadsheet or a well-written note with dates and timelines.

We all have fond memories of Peter and his dedication to post-secondary education. For over a decade, Peter has organized and executed Humber’s Greatest High School Contest, a chance for students to honour that special high school teacher- the one who inspired all students to be their best. The contest was a career highlight for a number of high school teachers who were the recipients of the award. More importantly, Peter inspired our students, engaged our faculty and reminded all of us to celebrate great teaching.

Thank you, Peter, for over two decades of dedication to post-secondary education, we are all better faculty and staff to have known you.

Enjoy retirement, well-deserved.

Alvina Cassiani PhD
Senior Dean, Faculty of Business

Retirement: Angie Balenzano - Posted on January 12, 2022

Posted:
January 12, 2022
Contact:
Kristen Catell

It is with mixed emotions that we announce that after 13+ years of dedicated, outstanding service to Humber, Angie Balenzano will be retiring as of January 31, 2022.

Since joining in the college in 2008, Angie has proven to be a valued member of Accounts Payable. Angie's grace, dedication and kindness has left an everlasting impression on those she interacts with - something we can confidentely say will be missed.

Please join us in congratulating Angie by leaving a message on her virtual e-card by January 21, 2022 at 12 p.m.

On behalf of Financial Services, thank you for your contributions to Humber. We wish you all the very best in this next chapter of your life!

Note: The Financial Services team will be holding a virtual celebration on January 21, 2022. If you are interested in being part of this event, please email Kristen Catell to ensure you are included when the details are finalized and sent out.

Morris Beckford, Manager of Training and Education, Centre for Human Rights, Equity & Inclusion - Posted on January 4, 2022

Morris Beckford will be joining the Centre for Human Rights, Equity & Inclusion as the Manager of Training and Education on January 10, 2022.

Morris is an author, partial load professor at Humber College and a PhD candidate at York University’s School of Social Work researching race, masculinity, and non-profit leadership. His academic journey also includes a Bachelor of Education, a Masters of Adult Education and Community Development, a HR certificate, an Indigenous Cultural Safety Certificate, a Community Health Leader Certificate, and an IDEAS Quality Improvement Certificate.

As a Freirean educator, Morris works in opposition to the banking model of learning by working with all learners to ensure that their experiences are used to transform systems that maintain oppression. He has designed numerous lessons with such a philosophy. His commitments to education go beyond the classroom. Until recently, Morris was the inaugural co-lead of Humber’s employee Resource Group for Black staff and was also a member of Humber’s EDI Taskforce and Campus Culture Work Group. His most recent publication focuses on the challenges and dangers of cultural competence as praxis for the non-profit and social serving sector.   

Morris will report to the Director, Human Rights, Equity & Inclusion. Do join me in welcoming Morris to the new role.

Nancy Simms
Director, Human Rights, Equity & Inclusion

Melissa VanTwest, Associate Dean, PPDR - Posted on December 23, 2021

Posted:
December 23, 2021
Contact:
Nichole Molinaro

I am very pleased to announce that Melissa VanTwest is Humber's new Associate Dean Program Planning Development and Renewal (PPDR). In her new role, Melissa will be responsible for providing leadership on program development, renewal and curricular change processes as well as creating synergies with the various units across the college that support continuous program improvements.

Melissa joined PPDR in 2013 as a Research Analyst, moving into the role of Program Consultant and most recently taking on a leadership role in the College Quality Assurance Audit Process. In Melissa’s 10 years at Humber, she has demonstrated the ability to think systematically at the departmental and institutional level and provided leadership and direction to support the enhancement of program life cycle processes.

Her graduate work in Systems Leadership in Higher Education as well as her experience on provincial quality assurance groups demonstrates her experience in systems thinking to strategically manage in the higher education institutional environment and support program quality through integration of evidence-based decision-making approaches.

Her ability to cultivate strong relationships with a range of stakeholders to support the identification and creation of synergies demonstrates her strong commitment to building a quality culture at Humber.

Melissa will start in her new position on January 10, 2022. 

Please join me in congratulating Melissa on her new role.

Nichole Molinaro
Dean, Program Planning, Develpment and Renewal

Ranya Khan, Associate Dean, Teaching Excellence - Posted on December 22, 2021

Posted:
December 22, 2021
Contact:
Dawn Macaulay

I'm pleased to share the exciting news that Ranya Khan will transition into the role of the Associate Dean, Teaching Excellence starting on January 4th, 2022. As the AD Teaching Excellence, Ranya will take on a leadership role in helping Humber realize the ambitions of our Strategic and Academic Plans, by centering EDI, IWBKD, UDL, and learner engagement as pivotal areas for the Teaching Excellence team.

Ranya joined the Humber community in 2018. Since then, she has been a key support to many new full-time professors as the Faculty Development advisor in our year-long Teaching Excellence Program. Ranya’s commitment to Humber’s community and values has been clearly evident in her work with the EDI Task Force. As co-lead and co-chair of the Curriculum and Programs’ Working Group, Ranya has engaged with professors (both full-time and contract), program coordinators, and administrators to guide, encourage and support us in re-visioning our curriculum to be more inclusive, encouraging belonging and full participation from all of our learners.

Ranya has held previous teaching and faculty development positions at Sheridan College, the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), the University of Winnipeg and the University of Manitoba where she also held an associate director role. These previous experiences, along with her vision and dedication will help Innovative Learning develop clear goals and plans to move forward, and to do so better together.

Ranya holds a BEd from the University of Manitoba, and an MA and a PhD from OISE. She also holds separate certifications for both TESL education and Comparative, International & Development education.  Her skills and commitment as a life-long learner position Ranya ideally to be the new Associate Dean, Teaching Excellence.  

Please join me in congratulating Ranya on this exciting new role.

Dawn Macaulay, PhD
Dean, Innovative Learning

Update from the North and Lakeshore Campus Bookstores - Posted on December 21, 2021

Posted:
December 21, 2021

The Campus Bookstores are OPEN for the Winter 2022 Term and offering an online shopping experience as well as in-store shopping to provide students and the Humber community with one stop convenience. Students can purchase everything from their course materials to the supplies such as notebooks, paper, writing instruments, calculators, etc. to aid in their studies on or off campus. 

Our stores will be closed from December 24th, 2021 until January 3rd, 2022.

Students can still place their orders online North Campus Store or Lakeshore Campus Store.

Orders will be filled and shipped week beginning Jan.4th, 2022 to students' homes or to an address of their choice. If an item is not available in our store, that order will be sent to another Campus Store within our chain for fulfillment. Delivery time for these will be 4-6 days.

To provide contactless service, online order pick up will be handled at the window outside the store (Window in the Wall) at the North Campus.

For updated information on Store News & Hours, please visit North Campus Store and Lakeshore Campus Store.  

We will continue to provide both print and digital options for as many courses as possible. Please note that not all publisher's materials are available to the Campus Bookstore in a digital format. Digital delivery (access code) distribution can vary from providing an access code online to providing a printed code card for physical delivery.  

Please take a moment to read our FAQs for answers to our most received inquiries.   

Your patience is much appreciated during these unprecedented times. At both the campus stores, we're giving everybody lots of room practicing physical/social distancing, washing our hands, wearing masks and gloves as well as regularly sanitizing common areas of each store. 

Thank you.

Dharmesh Patel
Store Manager

Christina Meredith, Associate Dean, Pathways, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences - Posted on December 14, 2021

Posted:
December 14, 2021

I am very pleased to announce that Christina Meredith is Humber's new Associate Dean of Pathways in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences. Christina will be responsible for providing leadership to the programs within the Pathways department, including General Arts and Sciences, Dual Credit and Academic Upgrading.

Christina joins Humber from Sheridan College where, most recently, she held the position of Associate Dean Student Success and Wellness. In her role at Sheridan, Christina was responsible for leading the broader Student Experience and Enrolment Management portfolio, and for providing strategic leadership and direction for services and programs related to Career Counselling, Student Advisement, Accessible Learning, the Student Health Centres and Wellness and Counselling services across three campuses. Christina also has extensive experience in teaching and supporting universal design principles with an emphasis on advancing inclusion.

Over the course of her career, Christina has leveraged her background in critical social work, higher education leadership and social justice education to create pathways programming for students who have been historically marginalized and underserved. Christina holds a PhD in Social Justice Education from the University of Toronto, an MSW in Advanced Critical Social Work Practice from the University of Victoria, and an MA in Sociology from York University.

Christina will start in her new position at Humber on January 17, 2022. Please join me in welcoming Christina to Humber.

Vera Beletzan
Senior Dean, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Sciences and Innovative Learning

Retirement: Don Henriques - Posted on December 14, 2021

Posted:
December 14, 2021
Contact:
Paul Iskander

After 31 years of dedicated service to Humber, Don Henriques will be retiring December 31st of this year.

As a dedicated member of the Campus Services family, Don held multiple roles within our department (most notably General Manager, Food Services and for the past 10 years, Manager Operations, Campus Services) always leading ethically with calmness and kindness.

Don’s contributions to the college and to our department are many, in recent years, Don played key roles in achieving fair trade certification for the college, implementing the pay what you can Soupbar in partnership with IGNITE and the Faculty of Business, coach men’s extramural basketball through Athletics, and, according to legend, as the Lakeshore Residence Manager he purchased incredibly durable goldenrod yellow and olive green furniture for the Lakeshore Residence lounges.

Don has been a strong supporter of the healthy and inclusive community strategy, and led the change from LinX Lounge 19+ years of age only to an all ages Café LinX, contributing significantly to a healthier and inclusive space for both students and staff to gather. Over the years, Don collaborated with a variety of campus partners and vendors to contribute to the broader college sustainability strategy, including implementing systems for better efficiency and less waste. During the pandemic, Don oversaw the creation of the Humber Dining Plan Office management which included supporting the integration of dining plan services into ONECard, became a license Realtor and assumed property management responsibilities for Humber’s Lakeshore Commercial Properties, collaborated in the implementation of the new OZZI O2GO Reusable Container program in partnership with IGNITE and the Office Of Sustainability, and worked with the Facilities Management Teams in the design concepts of numerous exciting new food service projects including a Zero Waste Barrett CTI 5th Floor Events and Conference Center.

Don’s impact on the Humber community has been broad, both in establishing student-friendly systems and professional relations with many colleagues and partners in the community. Many have been impacted by Don’s thoughtfulness, loyalty, and generosity of spirit. The Campus Services Team and Humber community will not be the same without him. 

Please join us in wishing Don all the best in this well-deserved next chapter.

Paul Iskander
Director, Campus Services

Charity Chan, Acting Associate Dean, Music & Fine Arts, Faculty of Media & Creative Arts - Posted on December 13, 2021

Posted:
December 13, 2021

I am delighted to announce the appointment of Charity Chan (she/her/they) as the Acting Associate Dean, Music & Fine Arts in the Faculty of Media & Creative Arts.   

Charity is a curator, producer, educator, arts manager, pianist, composer, and musicologist with over two decades of experience in arts and culture and not-for-profit organizations. Her work, which is interdisciplinary and cross-cultural, has taken her across Canada, the United States, Latin America, and Europe.

Charity’s experience as an arts manager includes positions at the Aga Khan Museum, Luminato Festival Toronto, the Art of Time Ensemble, McGill University and, most recently, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Toronto. As an educator, Charity is particularly interested in interdisciplinary artistic creation, global improvisation, social aesthetics and the ecology of arts practice and pedagogy, lecturing extensively throughout North America and Europe.

A graduate of McGill University’s Bachelor of Music program and Mills College’s (Oakland, CA) MFA program, Charity has held several fellowships including the Andrew Mellon Fellowship at the Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies at the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, where she also conducted doctoral studies, and at the Center for Black Music Research at Columbia College Chicago. Her first day at Humber will be December 15, 2021. 

Please join me in welcoming Charity to Humber. 

Guillermo Acosta, Senior Dean
Faculty of Media & Creative Arts

Humber College Retirees' Association - Posted on November 23, 2021

Posted:
November 23, 2021
Contact:
Wayne Debly
Humber College Retirees' Association logo

Is the end of December your date with retirement?

Welcome to this next chapter.

We in the Humber College Retirees’ Association (HCRA) would also like to welcome you. Our activities, which are social and enriching, have been mostly on hold during the pandemic, but with return of better conditions we hope to reactivate our schedule this spring.

We also support Humber students through the Retirees; Bursary and Scholarship programs.

Humber’s Human Resources retirement information will have HCRA membership information. Membership information is also on the “Come Join Us” webpage at the address below.

Memberships (retirees-humber.ca)

Construction Notice: Ramp Closure by EX Entrance and Tim Hortons - Posted on December 15, 2021

Posted:
December 15, 2021
Contact:
Rosa Ongpin
Tel:
416.936.5646

Please note that the ramp by EX Entrance and Tim Hortons at North Campus will be closed for renovations in the New Year. A temporary ramp will be made available while the renovations are taking place. A schedule will be provided in the New Year.  

Notice of Planned Hydro Service Interruption - North Campus - Posted on December 13, 2021

Posted:
December 13, 2021

There is a planned hydro shutdown for some North Campus buildings on Tuesday, December 28 from approximately 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

When: Tuesday, December 28 from approximately 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Location: Buildings affected by this shutdown are: D, E, F, JF, J, H, K, LRC, L, LX, M, P, N, NX
Purpose: Electrical and power work being done in the LRC, E and K.

This will affect normal power only, and all emergency power systems will remain powered, as well as normal power in all other buildings.

Remote, Internet-based services such as email will be available

Humber College campuses and locations are closed from December 24, 2021, until Monday, January 3, 2022, inclusive. Individuals are reminded not to attend campus during this time. The college reopens on Tuesday, January 4, 2022.

Lakeshore Building B Heating Shutdown - December 4 - Posted on November 29, 2021

Posted:
November 29, 2021
Contact:
Aman Hehar
Tel:
x4455

The heating system at Lakeshore Building B will be shutdown on Saturday, December 4. The shutdown will be for the entire day and no heating will be available in the building.

If you have any questions or conerns, please contact Aman Hehar at aman.hehar@humber.ca or x4455.

Arboretum Blvd and Parking Lot 15 Closure on November 20 - Posted on November 17, 2021

Posted:
November 17, 2021
Contact:
Saad Khan

Craning to deliver materials for the solar installation project at Building B will be taking place starting on Saturday, November 20 between 7:30 a.m. and noon.

Access to the northwest portion of Arboretum Blvd along Building B will be blocked during this time. There will be no access to Lot 15. Arboretum Blvd may be accessed from the east side.

Lakeshore Campus Parking Lot 4 Closed on November 17 - Posted on November 16, 2021

Posted:
November 16, 2021
Contact:
Raina Faza
Tel:
x4348

On Wednesday, November 17, 2021, Parking Lot 4 at the Lakeshore Campus will be closed from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The lot will be closed for a meeting that is taking place at the Centre for Entrepreneurship.

Arboretum Blvd and Parking Lot 15 Closure on October 16 - Posted on October 12, 2021

Craning to deliver materials for the Solar installation project at Building B will be taking place starting on Saturday, October 16 at 7 a.m.

Access to the northwest portion of Arboretum Blvd along B building will be blocked. There will be no access to Lot 15. Arboretum Blvd may be accessed from the east side.

Fitness Centre Open to Current Staff and Students - Posted on September 17, 2021

Posted:
September 17, 2021
Contact:
Nathania Bron
Tel:
x3553
Photo of rowers lined up in the fitness centre

We are now open to current Humber/Guelph-Humber staff and students.

Book your spot today

Interested in virtual fitness classes? View the current schedule

See you there!

A reminder that proof of vaccination is required.

Permanent Closure of Cash Office at North Campus - Posted on September 7, 2021

What is changing?

The cash office at North Campus is now permanently closed.

Why was this change made?

During the last several years, the College has taken steps to reduce the use of cash as a form of payment for Humber-owned establishments and events. This was in response to changing personal preference and evolution of financial service landscape with enabling technologies. The impacts of the pandemic on our campuses and activities over the past year have accelerated the decline of cash usage in favour of electronic payment methods.

What does this mean for me?

All the College-run services and establishments accept online banking, credit and debit card payments and will no longer be accepting cash as a method of payment. Chartwells, Bookstore, and other partner-run retail and food services are not impacted by this decision.

In order to facilitate any time-limited collection activity, Moneris payment terminals are available for temporary, short term rentals from Finance by submitting a Moneris Terminal Rental Request form. For ongoing or longer term solutions that may be required, please contact treasury@humber.ca to discuss your needs and available options.

Thank you in advance for your cooperation and support of this change.

For more information, please visit humber.ca/finance.

Financial Services & Planning

Limited Space Conditioning During Upcoming September 6 Labour Day Holiday Closure - Posted on August 31, 2021

Posted:
August 31, 2021
Energy Masterplan logo

As part of Humber’s Integrated Energy Master Plan (IEMP), Facilities Management is constantly looking for opportunities to save energy and costs. With this in mind, we have reviewed our existing practice to condition spaces as normal on public holidays. Given the significantly reduced occupancy, going forward, we are implementing a change to limit conditioning (heating, cooling and ventilation) on public holidays in most areas of the College.

By limiting conditioning, we are keeping sustainability at the forefront of our campus buildings and operations and significantly reducing energy used by the facilities.

The following areas are excluded and will be conditioned as normal:

  • North Campus
    • LRC 3rd & 4th floors
    • Nx building first floor public safety offices
    • Residence buildings R, S & T
    • Gymnasium
  • Lakeshore Campus
    • L building first floor learning commons
    • Gymnasium
    • Residence building R

Please note that the reduced conditioning will only apply to the specific date that the public holiday falls on. The College will continue to be conditioned as normal over the rest of the weekend.

For any special requests or events that require conditioning (outside the areas listed above), please submit a service request through the Facilities Management Archibus Work Order Request system (Go to http:www.humber.ca/facilities and click on “Place Service Request” to complete and submit a work order) or by calling Facilities Management at 416.675.6622 x4444. We ask that service requests be submitted a minimum of two business days in advance of the holiday.

If you would like to learn more about how we are implementing best practice in sustainable design, construction and the operation of new and renovated buildings, you can find information in our Sustainability Plan 2019-2024 and our Integrated Energy Master Plan.

Facilities Management

HVAC Cooling Systems - Lakeshore East Campus - Posted on August 26, 2021

Posted:
August 26, 2021
Contact:
James Morgan

As the fall semester approaches, the Facilities Team at Lakeshore Campus is working to make sure that all college heating and cooling systems are fully operational. With the current high temperatures in the city, we are experiencing higher than normal temperatures in the cottages at the East Lakeshore Campus. At this time, ongoing adjustments are being made to cool all areas at the East Campus and we advise all occupants that the indoor temperatures at all cottages will be fluctuating in the next few days.

Should you need further assistance, please contact the Lakeshore Facilities Team through Scott Skrinar at scott.skrinar@humber.ca and James Morgan at james.morgan@humber.ca.

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