March came in like a lion at The Business School. This month was jam- packed with exciting events and activities, enough to fill a 4-page newsletter! We thank all of our faculty, staff and students who took time out of their busy schedules to submit their stories of success. Kudos!
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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March 2017 - Current Version
Business Administration students represented Humber with pride as they met BMO’s executive team including CEO William Downe, Vice Chairman Frank Techar, and the Board of Directors, before the Annual General Meeting.
Thank you to everyone who participated at our Open House on Saturday April 8th and for sharing your experiences with future Humber students.
Humber is celebrating 50 years of student success. Infuse magazine is reflective of how we prepare students for the fashion industry.
Beach Bump, an indoor volleyball tournament organized by Event Management students Lauren March and Rachel Moiseev aired on CP24 on March 26th and was a huge success.
On Thursday March 30th, Professor Racanelli held the Investment Book Club's (HIBC) inaugural meeting in E205. Each week, one business student will co-chair the HIBC by initiating and leading a discussion based on the reading material provided to all members.
On Wednesday March 29th, PAC (Program Advisory Committee) member Peter Chauvin, Managing Director of BMO Capital Markets presented to Humber's Finance students.
On Monday, March 27th the Infuse Magazine students from the Fashion Arts and Business Diploma were present for the FGI Toronto Visionary Award recognizing Robin Kay and her contributions to the fashion industry.
On Wednesday March 22nd, Humber College students spent World Water Day preparing family emergency kits for Syrian refugees.
On Tuesday March 7th, the International Business Association (IBA) hosted a new edition of its Insights series featuring Blair Ruelens, Vice President of Customer Development at PepsiCo Foods Canada and member of the Program Advisory Committee for International Business.