Humber recently honoured two exemplary graduates with the President's Medal. The two graduates received the honour for their hard work, dedication, professionalism and forward-thinking. Congratulations to Julia Chan and Kirsten Engineer.
"Don’t be fooled by Pokémon Go. AR marketing solutions still face significant challenges," according to The Business School professors Owen Parker, Amanpreet Chhina and Marcos Cavenaghi. Their research article "The Real Story About Augmented Reality" was recently published in the Ivey Business Journal. Click the link below to read the full article.
On Friday, April 29th 70 Chinese students graduated from the Humber-Ningbo and Humber-Jimei Programs. It was also an extra special celebration as Humber College and Ningbo University celebrate the 20th anniversary of their joint partnership program.
Yale has acknowledged something that Humber knew two years ago — Supreme Court Justice Rosalie Abella is an extraordinary Canadian.
Yale Law School awarded Justice Abella an honorary degree, making her the first woman in the Ivy League school’s 315 year history to receive the distinction. She joins William Lyon Mackenzie King, Vincent Massey and Lester B. Pearson as the only Canadians honoured by the school.
Alvina Cassiani, Dean of The Business School at Humber was honoured with a "Humber Innovation Award" for her newest initiative "The Dean's Newsletter."
Recently, a group of Ningbo and Jimei students graduated from Davenport University in Grand Rapids Michigan. Some of the students graduated from the degree program while others completed their MBA.
The Business School is pleased to announce that students from our partnership school in India, Parul University have arrived.
"I have arrived at my placement. Everything went smoothly during my training in Paris and I am settling into my Amman life well. The training in Paris was similar to our classes in finance, logistics and proposal writing and the security training was also very familiar to me from class. As of right now we have 3 Humber alumni working at ACTED in Amman! Thank you again for putting together such a relevant and practical year. I truly can't believe how far I've come in the last year due to the program."
- Kelly West, International Development Postgraduate Certificate graduate
A team of three Humber Business Administration students participated in the Vanier College BDC Case Challenge in Montreal on February 10-12th 2017.
Fashion Group International’s (FGI) Toronto Chapter held its annual Mentor Dinner at the Hôtel Le Germain this past week.