All of Humber's programs are designed with purpose. We keep up with industry changes and are constantly developing our programs to ensure every student graduates with the most current industry knowledge and experience.
The Business School hosted the first ever Humber-Ningbo Alumni Reunion, on June 27, 2014, in Ningbo China. The Humber-Ningbo alumni spent the evening networking, reminiscing and celebrating their successes since graduation. The reunion will become an annual event and we are already looking forward to next year.
Humber postgraduate students bby Greenbloom and Chelsey Mandaric are headed to Washington DC this summer. Abby and Chelsey will be interning at the Canadian Embassy in Washington until August. Chelsey will be working with the Embassy's events team while Abby will be working with the assistant trade commissioner in the Commercial Policy and International Business Development sector.
Humber's Conflict Resolution Clinic has branched out to help the community outside of Humber. The clinic which is staffed by students in the ADR postgraduate has partnered with Supportive Housing in Peel (SHIP) to offer workshops and drop-in conflict coaching.
The Fashion Institute has revealed their brand new Spring 2014 windows. The new display is the second collaborative effort with corporate sponsor TJX Canada. All of the merchandise featured in the windows comes from Winners, HomeSense and Marshalls. Entitled, "Prints Charming", the display is a celebration of Spring, filled with explosions of colour and playful prints.
Humber Business professors Alain Londes and Ted Glenn are currently in Krems, Austria attending IMC Masters Days. Ted and Alain have created a blog chronicling their time in Krems and the IMC Masters Days presentations.
The Business School is celebrating some big wins this year at a series of case management competitions. Business School students participated and placed in a number of case events througout Ontario. Congratulations to all of our competitors and winners! You make The Business School very proud!
Two business school students win an award for their work from the International Development Degree program
The Business school wishes to congratulate faculty member Alfred Seaman on the acceptance of his paper, "Does More Corporate Governance Enhance Managerial Performance? CFO Perceptions and the Role of Mindfulness" for publication. Alfred Seaman is a full time faculty member at Humber College and teaches accounting. The article was co-authored by John J Williams of Singapore Management University.