Retired professor and Wireless Telecommunications program coordinator, Phil Anderson has been inducted into the Canadian Amateur Radio Hall of Fame for "outstanding achievement and excellence of the highest degree, for serious sustained service to Amateur Radio, or to Amateur Radio at large."
Civil Engineering Technology students strike a pose during final exams with their instructor Adriana Mema, using the Civil branded bookstore sweaters.
Humber graduate, Shelly Vo, is cabinetmaker who recently completed a one-year cabinet making program. With only one other woman in Shelly's small shop, which is home to several Humber graduates, her gender has never been an issue.
On Saturday November 26th, 2016, Jeet Tulshi and his Project Management students, in association with Humber’s School of Applied Technology, hosted a successful Health and Safety Conference at the Learning Resource Commons.
The first day of the Euro Skills Mechatronics Competition has proven to be a success for the students from Humber.
Sponsored by the Project Management Graduate Certificate program, this event marks a significant milestone for the program and its partnership with the PMI Toronto Chapter.
This annual career networking event, hosted by Work Placement Services, is an excellent opportunity for students to network with employers looking to hire summer students and recent graduates.
This annual career networking event, hosted by Work Placement Services, is an excellent opportunity for students to network with employers that are looking to hire supply chain talent.