Second-year Digital Business Management degree students recently completed work with two small businesses in Ontario as part of their BUS 2504 Web Development's experiential learning course.
To add to an already very successful year in Humber College’s Insurance Management Program (IMPG), Wawanesa Insurance generously donated $30,000 to support the program’s growth.
On April 27, three Humber teams participated in the first International Guelph-Humber Mooting Competition. The three team members included Paralegal Degree students Danny Pallag, Breanne Peacock and Mushfiq Mawla
HHRS executives of Postgraduate Human Resources Management Program, Zoë Allen (President), Rabita Naqvi( Vice President), Salma Sahebzada (Secretary), Shriya Tandon and Katelin McKnight (Class Representatives) organized an extremely successful Alumni Speed Networking Event.
In the Hospitality - Hotel and Restaurant Operations Management program capstone course, HOTL 285 Business Planning and Risk Management, students are provided with real industry scenarios. Applying their knowledge and problem solving techniques, student groups must develop a strategic business plan to address the industry issues.
Grads Give Back is an annual event held by the two-year Business Marketing diploma at Humber College. It welcomes graduates who are working in various careers to speak to final semester students about their paths from Humber and to provide insights, tips, and advice.
Steve Lorini and Ted Glenn were some of the Humber Faculty from the Business School that were selected as part of this year’s Short-Term Faculty Exchange.
Over the last 8 years, our Fashion Arts and Business program has established a WIN-WIN collaboration with the Vaughan Mills Shopping Center, part of the Ivanhoe Cambridge group. This collaboration provides our 4th semester students the opportunity to work hands-on with the evolving needs of the retail centre.
Rossie Kadiyska, Professor and Program Coordinator, Fashion Management Postgraduate certificate, visited the Copenhagen Institute of Design and Technology (KEA) for knowledge exchange and building collaborative opportunities.
Meeting Professionals International (MPI) held their annual Global Meetings Industry Day on Thursday April 4. The Toronto Chapter held a symposium at The Old Mill. Colin Bartley, Event Management Program Coordinator, participated in a panel discussion and some students also attended the event.