So much can happen in a year. Many of our students came to The Business School a year or two ago with their career goals, and now, those goals are becoming a reality. In this newsletter, you’ll see many instances of our students securing full-time positions, taking their educational career to the next level, or being awarded prestigious awards. And to think, in just a couple of months, that cycle of success will begin once again. Congratulations to all of our faculty and students on another successful academic year!
Be sure to share all of your successes with us through the Dean’s Newsletter. For submissions, visit business.humber.ca/content-submission and choose “The Dean’s Newsletter”.
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May/June 2018 - Current Version
Irina Gorea, a Business School grad, has been accepted to the Masters of Science in Management program at Ryerson University.
Our Showcase keynote speaker Gabrielle Scrimshaw has inspired us to promote reconciliation by rebuilding relationships with the Indigenous Peoples of Canada.
Angela DeMontigny is the Mind Body and Spirit 2018 Award recipient and one of our esteemed Program Advisory Committee members for Fashion Arts and Business.
On Thursday May 24th, 2018, a committee of Humber Event and Fashion students and faculty put on a fashion show at the Fierce and Fabulous Gala, a social event empowering youth and women in Peel.
Diploma, Degree, and Post Grad fashion students traveled to New York City for a fashion business trip with their Program Coordinators.
Devu Choksi, a Humber Fashion alumna, is now working as a full-time fashion professor at the IDT-Institute of Design and Technology in Gujarat, India. There, she teaches subjects such as Design Idea, Business Management and Visual Merchandising.
Event Management students, Amanda Bahn and Lindsey Slade, were the only nominees at MPI's (Meeting Professionals International Organization's) Norman Neil Student of the Year award, with Amanda taking home the honour.
Fashion Program Coordinator and Professor, Jennifer Dawson and Business School Dean Alvina Cassiani both represented Humber at the first-ever Indigenous Fashion Week Toronto (IFWTO).
George Paravantes MFA IxD, Program Coordinator Multimedia Design and Development, has helped the Humber Spa develop their "Evaluapp."
The Tax Law Services Section of the Department of Justice Canada in Toronto is hiring seven 2018 graduates of the Paralegal Studies degree program on a full-time basis in May.