September has come and gone, and the new school year is well underway at The Business School. As we progress through this new year, a common trait keeps recurring in our students and our faculty - leadership. Whether it is abroad or at home, our faculty and students are using their knowledge and skills to help others succeed in their ambitions and goals.
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September 2017 - Current Version
Art comes in all forms and can be displayed in all types of venues. Painters display their works in galleries, street artists use the urban landscape as their canvas. For Kassandra Jones, a 2017 Esthetician: Spa Management graduate, her works of art are proudly displayed on the nails of her clients.
As a tribute to Canada’s 150th Anniversary, the Humber Fashion Institute and the Fashion Management and Promotions program, presented the exhibit, “100 Years of Heritage Fashion.”
The Digital Business Student Association hosted their second Tech Week. Students, faculty and Humber community members came out to attend hands-on workshops on MS Excel, Shopify, Google AdWords and Analytics, and Filmora.
On October 1st and 2nd, 2017, three students from Humber's Fashion Management programs participated in the Canadian Retail Educators Association's inaugural Retail Charrette.
On Thursday, September 28th, The Business School Hospitality and Tourism (H&T) Club held its first-ever meetup.
Shivanie Mangal, an International Business graduate, was recently selected as one of the winners of the Global Peter Drucker Challenge Essay 2017.
Jennifer Dawson, Program Coordinator of the Fashion Management program, visited the Namuna College of Fashion and Technology on July 14, 2017.
Peter Sirois and Jim Skinner of the Business School recently returned from an assignment in Ethiopia teaching Ethiopian instructors how to teach entrepreneurship to their students.
This past July, Jennifer Dawson, a Business School professor and Program Coordinator for the Fashion Arts and Business program, participated in a life-changing volunteer opportunity with the Federation of Women Entrepreneurs Association of Nepal (FWEAN).
This past June, students in the Global Business Management program launched a Humber GBM Student Association. According to the GBM Association website, their mission is to “offer support and guidance to all Global Business Management students in transition from school to the Canadian labour market."