This years Showcase “Shift” was a successful professional development day and thank you to everyone from the Faculty of Business for their workshops and support. The Showcase Committee were pleased to announce that Ramesh Srinivasan was this years People’s Choice award winner for his workshop ‘Can I get a decent wine for under $10 dollars, Really?’ Congratulations Ramesh!
Nabeel Mandahawi, a professor of Supply Chain Management, along with his co-authors Mariam Bader, Omar Al-Araidah, and Al Theeb, published a book titled “A Study of Deficiencies in Teamwork Skills among Healthcare Caregivers using Total Quality Management”, published in April by LAP LAMBERT Academic.
Kate Ivchenko loves building marketing campaigns. Whether it’s launching a new product or simply building engagement, she’s fascinated by it all. She’s thrilled when the results pan out and credits the Business Humber Marketing program with the skills needed at WheelsUpNetwork.
At the end of March, The Culinary Federation Toronto branch chefs’ association hosted Humber’s first Humberlicious fundraising event. The dinner and networking event was hosted in the Humber Room at the North campus and inspired a fun and interactive atmosphere for staff and professors, chefs, high school culinary teachers and students.
Professor Jasteena Dhillon hosts a Fireside Chat with Eileen Olexiuk. Ms. Olexiuk was the first Global Affairs Canadian diplomat to be posted to Afghanistan after the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001
Congratulations to 4th-year students in the Bachelor of Commerce Accounting Program for their success in their Accounting Capstone course. This year, the course had the support of CPA Ontario. Tizy Gunaratne, the CPA representative that helped the Accounting Faculty judge the capstone presentations and also provided financial recognition to the student's projects qualifying the first two places.
This past April, MaryJo Tullo, a Bachelor of Commerce, Marketing student, was awarded 2nd Place Finalist at DECA's International Career Development Conference in Marketing Management, the most competitive and largest category.
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