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Humber Strikes Gold At Skills Ontario

Skills Ontario’s annual competition took place in Toronto this year – and Humber was a proud supporter. Students participated in a variety of competitions, including culinary, cabinetmaking and mechatronics. Humber did extremely well this year, winning three gold, two silver and two bronze medals.

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Interior Design Students Lend a Hand to Habitat

Interior Design students in hard hats

Humber's Interior Design students are often found working in the school's design studio, sketching or working on their laptops. Last month they stowed their laptops away for a day, heading to Brampton wearing hard hats and safety shoes.

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John and Suanne Roueche Excellence Award Nominations

SJR Award nominees

It is with great pleasure that we nominate Applied Technology faculty members Cheryl Francis Nurse and Nick Palazzo for the John and Suanne Roueche Excellence Award.

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Winter Festival of Lights "Deck the Falls" Contest Winners

Raddsson Hotel

Bahar Honarpisheh and Sophie Bisnaire have won the Festival of Lights competition for their incredible work on the Radisson Hotel.

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Civil Faculty Member Gets Published

Congratulations to civil faculty member Adrianna Mema who’s paper on “Answering the Challenges of Health and Safety for the Small Contractor” has recently been accepted by The International Forum on Engineering Education for presentation and publication in conference proceedings.

Events

Employer Appreciation Event 2017

To Employers, Students, Faculty and Staff, join us as we acknowledge all of our Employers who made a valuable contribution to student learning and success over the Summer 2017 work term, and say “well done” to the students who had a successful placement. Help us congratulate students as they receive their Certificates to acknowledge their accomplishment.

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Registration - Work Placement Summer 2018

Work Placement will change your life! Not only do employers prefer to hire grads with work term experience, students who successfully participate in work placement typically have better job prospects upon graduation, and earn higher wages.

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“Bring Back Gold” World Skills Celebration!

Come wish Electromechanical Engineering Technology grads Theo Willert and Avery Bird good luck before they leave to represent Canada at WorldSkills 2017 in Abu Dhabi!

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