In the News: November and December 2015 Highlights

Thursday, January 14, 2016
January 14, 2016

In the News
November and December 2015 Highlights

The Advertising & Design Club of Canada – November 3, 2015 – Directions 2015 Awards Results
Article on the ADCC Student Competition mentions Humber Advertising & Graphic Design students Jordan Darnbrough, Andrew Chhour and Jacob Pacey, who received Gold for their entry. The complete winners list also mentions six other Humber students who received Silver and Merit awards for their work.  Read more

Applied Arts – November 3, 2015 – The Student Awards Gallery is Live!
Article on Applied Arts’ student competition mentions Humber Advertising & Graphic Design students Raul Lince and Craig Bagol, who were among the winners for 2015.  Read more

The Canadian Jewish News – November 6, 2015 – Film documents stories of Shoah child survivors
Article profiles Holocaust documentary Child Survivors – Then & Now: Understanding Our Childhood and its Impact on Our Lives, filmed by Humber Film and Television Production professor Eva Ziemsen and her group of students.  Read more 

The Globe and Mail – November 10, 2015 – Hit the books, start a business
Article on HumberLaunch’s New Venture Seed Fund competition features comments from Peter Wheeler, instructor at Humber’s School of Applied Technology, and Humber Multimedia Design and Development student Nicole Attisano.  Read more 

King Connection – November 11, 2015 – Movie ‘Mountain Man’ wraps up shooting in Schomberg
Article on upcoming film Mountain Man, directed and produced by Humber Film and Media Production students Stanislav Roud and Shayne Maglay.  Read more

Etobicoke Guardian – November 16, 2015 – Humber College students participate in live cook-off featuring Nestlé products
Article highlights cooking and baking competitions held at Humber College in connection with Nestlé Professional MINOR’s.  Read more

Toronto Sun – November 18, 2015 – Demystifying digital publishing
Article on Humber’s Ebook QA: Digital Literacy for Editors continuing education course features comments from Laura Brady, instructor at Humber’s School of Creative and Performing Arts.  Read more

Toronto Star – November 20, 2015 – Humber grads connect to open business
Article profiles Humber Immigration Consultant graduates Julia Salgueiro and Tara Lee on their business, ConnectCA Business Immigration.  Read more

Advertiser – November 23, 2015 – A former at risk youth from Botwood has turned her life around for the better
Article profiles Humber Public Relations student Alyssa Frampton, who has been shortlisted for an Everyday Political Citizen of the Year award.  Read more

Monday Magazine – November 26, 2015 – Claire Coupland makes her Victoria debut
Article profiles Humber music graduate Claire Coupland regarding her educational pathway.  Read more

Mississauga News – November 27, 2015 – Youth are all business when it comes finding success
Article profiles Humber graduate Jacob Farjou on his educational pathway and business ventures.  Read more – November 30, 2015 – Why colleges are increasingly being seen as the smart choice
Article profiles Humber Industrial Design student Rob Gemmell in relation to the value of college education in a changing marketplace.  Read more

Toronto Metro – December 1, 2015 – Classroom evolution at Humber College
Article profiles Humber’s Interactive Space (HIVES) located in the F building at the north campus.  Article also features an interview with Jason Powell, dean of the School of Health Sciences.  Read more

Global Morning Show – December 2, 2015 – TMS Christmas set revealed
Humber Interior Decorating students reveal live on Global TV the 2015 Holiday set design.  Read more

Toronto 24 Hours – December 7, 2015 – Wrap it up!
Article mentions floral design certificate of achievement, creative photography and Adobe Photoshop as good gifts for the holiday season.  Read more

Macleans Online – December 7. 2015 – Robot-ready grads take Mechatronics at Humber
Article profiles Humber’s electromechanical engineering technology labs and features an interview with program co-ordinator, Neal Mohammed.  Read more

Toronto Star – December 8, 2015 – A funny thing happened on the way to School
Story about Kipling Middle School taking part in a project where kids are encouraged to perform standup comedy in front of a crowd. Humber comedy grad Kyle Woolven took part in the school event aimed to poke fun at yourself and not others.  Read more

Calgary Sun – December 8, 2015 – TIFF announces its top 10 films of 2015
Article mentions Humber’s Dan Laera, director of Pretty Dangerous was named Top ten festival student shorts for 2015.  Read more

Toronto Sun – December 9, 2015 – Help for aspiring writers
Article profiles Humber’s post-graduate creative writing program by correspondence. Story features interview with Antanas Sileika, director of the Humber School for Writers and current student.  Read more

Now Toronto – December 9, 2015 -Class Action: Online Education Directory
Article mentions Humber’s more than 400 online courses mathematics, HTML, administrative law, internet mapping, French workplace translation, document management technology and workplace writing skills.  Read more

Toronto Star – December 10, 2015 – All-female crew for Toronto Film Below Her Mouth Making Movie History
Article mentions Humber’s Film and Television Production program having an equal male-to-female student ratio and also features a quote from program co-ordinator, Michael Glassbourg.  Read more

Macleans Online – December 29, 2015 – Coding Camps are sprouting up Across Canada
Article features Gillian Black a Humber college post-grad certificate web development grad.  Read more

Macleans Online – December 30, 2015 – Eight paths to success
Article profiles Humber’s Aboriginal Resource Centre and speaks to Shelly Charles and Sage Petahegoose, a film and television production program student.  Read more

Toronto Star – December 27, 2015 – How 2015 saw the rise of female movie blockbuster heroine
Article features a quote from Casey Reid, film and media professor who credits social media and the internet culture for the rise of female protagonists.  Read more