Women in Leadership - Nancy Sherman
Wed, May 26, 2021
Nancy Sherman began ‘jumping in’ long before Sheryl Sandberg introduced the concept of ‘leaning in.’ Nancy has been a trailblazer ever since.
Humber FAST Students Bring Home Five Medals from 2021 Virtual Skills Ontario Competition
Fri, May 14, 2021
Seven students from the Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology celebrated their wins with educators, family and friends at the Virtual Skills Ontario Competition Closing Ceremony on May 13.
Faculty Who Lead to Inspire - Adriana Mema
Fri, March 26, 2021
Since joining the Faculty of Applied Sciences and Technology at Humber College in 2008, Adriana has seen the growth opportunities awaiting graduates in construction and infrastructure.
Faculty Who Lead to Inspire - Dr. Setareh Janbakhsh
Wed, February 24, 2021
Dr. Setareh Janbakhsh has built, modified, evaluated and improved air distribution systems and ventilation performance in structures around the globe.
Industrial Design Student Wins at BRP International Design Competition
Fri, July 24, 2020
Industrial Design student, Bradley Staite, recently won the 2019 Bombardier Recreational Products’ (BRP) International Design Competition.
Interior Design Thesis Virtual Show
Wed, June 03, 2020
The thesis show is a collection of the students' talents and the Humber BID class of 2020 would like to share our insight with you!
ICT Capstone Project Expo 2020
Tue, May 19, 2020
Bachelor of Industrial Design Thesis Show 2020
Thu, March 12, 2020
Supply Chain Management Annual Career Networking Event
Wed, March 11, 2020
The annual Supply Chain Management Career Fair was another very successful event hosted by Work Placement Services.
Advanced Manufacturing & Engineering Technology Co-op & Work Placement Job Fair 2020
Tue, March 10, 2020
The Co-op and Work Placement Services hosted an Advanced Manufacturing & Engineering Technology Job Fair for placement and new co-op program students.
Humber Industrial Design Chair Show
Mon, March 09, 2020
FAST and the Bachelor of Industrial Design program hosted the annual Chair Show on March 9th, 2020 at the Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation.
Women in Leadership
Mon, March 09, 2020
The Faculty of Applied Sciences and Technology hosted “Women in Leadership: Creating a Vision for an Automated World” for International Women's Day.
FIRST Robotics Competition
Fri, March 06, 2020
Humber College and the Faculty of Applied Sciences and Technology hosted the 2020 FIRST Robotics Competition from March 6th – 9th, 2020.
Skills Varsity Qualifying Competition: Mechatronics
Thu, February 20, 2020
Electromechanical Engineering Technology students worked against the clock to build automation systems for a chance to compete in Mechatronics.
ASHRAE Toronto Chapter Career Fair 2020
Wed, February 12, 2020
Humber’s Faculty of Applied Sciences and Technology (FAST) was pleased to host the 10th Annual ASHRAE Toronto Chapter Career Fair.
Faculty of Applied Sciences and Technology Awards Ceremony
Tue, February 11, 2020
The annual scholarship celebration for FAST recognized the achievements of students and the generosity of donors who provided scholarships.
Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology (FAST) Design Networking Event 2020
Thu, February 06, 2020
The annual Design career event, hosted by FAST’s Co-op & Work Placement Services, brought together students and employers.
Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology (FAST) Career Networking Event 2020
Wed, February 05, 2020
Co-op & Work Placement Services were pleased to host FAST’s Career Networking Event 2020 in the new Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation (CTI).
Thu, January 02, 2020
The Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology welcomed new students to a brand new year, and a brand new decade at our Winter Orientation.
Student Work Showcases
Wed, August 21, 2019
The Industrial Design Thesis Project is a 2-semester final year project which is the Capstone project for all Industrial Design degree aspirants.
FAST Continuing Education
Wed, August 21, 2019
Looking for specific skills to add to your resume? Sign up for FAST micro-credentials
➢Stackable badges for REVIT Levels 1, 2, and 3. Not the credential you need right now? Let us know of what others you’d like to see offered at Humber: email@example.com
➢ We are community builders. Last fall, FAST CE offered a 5-day intensive Bootcamp to build capacity of Energy Advisors in short supply across the GTA. Since then, FAST has partnered with the City of Toronto to help increase conservation literacy amongst community and sustainability leaders. Interested in getting involved? Our summer cohorts have filled, but check back next January and apply for one of our winter cohorts.
➢ Did you know…. FAST has partnered with Humber’s Community Outreach & Workforce Development (COWD) team in helping internationally-trained professionals find relevant work through bridging programs in IT, Engineering and Supply Chain Management.
➢ New this Fall 2019!
Humber partners with Amazon to offer AWS Cloud Foundations course and certification AND Siemens to offer Siemens Mechatronics System Certification Program (SMSCP)-Level 1course and certification
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for registration details.
➢ Visit here to search by Area(s) of Interests and discover all that Humber offers in continuing education across our six Faculties.
Thu, July 25, 2019
Celebrating a FAST Spring Convocation
Wed, July 24, 2019
“Be Bold, be brave, be amazing”.
Humber College Students Won Awards for Four Projects Submissions in this Year’s BOUNDLESS: A POST-SECONDARY DESIGN CHALLENGE
Tue, July 23, 2019
This year, the competition received a record-breaking number of submissions from post-secondary schools across Ontario.
Information and Communication Technology Capstone Project Expo
Mon, July 22, 2019
Students, faculty, industry and community partners came together at the Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation to celebrate the student success.
Faculty of Applied Sciences and Technology Spring 2019 Open House
Wed, July 17, 2019
The great thing about Spring 2019 Open House is that it gives prospective students and their parents a sense of what Humber College is really like.
FIRST Robotics Canada District Competition
Wed, July 17, 2019
If FSCS could pick an event that emulates its vision to inspire youth in STEM, it would be the 2019 FIRST Robotics Canada District Competition.
Advanced Manufacturing Capstone
Wed, July 17, 2019
The Advanced Manufacturing Cluster completed various capstone projects across its four programs in the 2018/2019 academic year
Winners of the OAAAS Architecture Competition
Fri, July 12, 2019
This year, in the annual OAAAS Architecture Competition, the Architectural Technology students made Humber proud!
New Fall 2019: Programs with Optional Co-op
Thu, July 11, 2019
As part of FAST’s commitment to work-integrated learning and the development of career-ready graduates.
We are pleased to announce the addition of Optional Co-op streams in the following programs:
Starting with the Fall 2019 intake, students will have the option to participate in co-op at various points in their academic program. The co-op work terms will alternate between periods of academic study and are sequenced to best address the needs of industry and demand. Information about the co-op option will be available on program webpages and the Work Placement Services website.
Humber Students Win Big At Skills Canada Competition
Wed, June 05, 2019
Humber students earned three gold medals and took the country by storm this week at the Skills Canada competition held from June 4 and 5 in Edmonton.
The Skills Canada National Competition (SCNC) is the only national, multi-trade and technology competition for students and apprentices in the country. It included more than 550 competitors in 40 competitions, representing six sectors.
Humber students participated in the following categories:
3D Digital Game Art (Gold)
Student participant: Rushi Patel (by special invitation)
Coach: Cory Avery
Student participant: Catherine Guarini
Coach: David Scott
Student participant: Stefanie Francavilla
Coach: Sergio Shidomi
Student participants: Mateusz Cwaliniski and Bogdan Malynovskyy
Coach: Neal Mohammed
Assistant Coaches: Anthony Nyman, Mauricio Toigo (Student Mentor/Coach)
The Gold medal winners now pre-qualify to compete in the 45th Worldskills Competition in Russia in August 2019.
Congratulations to all of the winners and participants.
Humber winners at Skills Ontario Competition 2019
Thu, May 23, 2019
Congratulations to all competitors and winners for making Humber proud. We can't wait to see what the future holds for all of you!
The Skills Ontario Competition is Canada's largest skilled trade and technology competition, which offers a unique opportunity for top students to demonstrate their talents and skills. Over two and a half days, they capture the attention of their educators, family, friends and prospective employers. Winners are awarded with Gold, Silver or Bronze medals, including monetary awards and the opportunity to compete in the Skills Canada National Competition after which they have a chance to move on to World Skills Competition.
Numerous Humber students, from different fields, gave their best in the competitions, and brought home medals.
Congratulations to all competitors and winners for making Humber proud. We can't wait to see what the future holds for all of you!
Automation & Controls
Everest Bezati - Bronze
Brendan Woo - Gold
Nicholas Roos - Silver
Wylie Gallant - Bronze
Horticulture & Landscape Design Team of Two
Patrick Misko & Taylor Schottroff - Bronze
Thales Leonardo DaSilva - Gold
Raymond Ho - Silver
Keiran O'Neil - Bronze
Mechatronics Team of Two
Hartej Tapia & Marko Gunja - Gold
Sunhail Mohammed & Alex Mosor - Silver
Centre for Skilled Trades and Technology
Wed, May 08, 2019
The Centre for Trades and Technology was one of the clusters involved in the Skills Ontario Competition which took place May 6th - 8th.
2018 Media Moments
Tue, December 18, 2018
Take a look at a selection of student successes and moments in the media from this past year.
2018 SCMA Case Competition
Mon, February 26, 2018
A team from Humber's Supply Chain Post Graduate Certificate program competed in the SCMA annual case competition and advanced to the national finals.
Approximately 30 teams competed in the cross Canada competition, simulcast from the University of Calgary, St. Mary's University (Halifax) and the McMaster Degroote School of Business in Burlington. The team advanced as one of the top five to the National round. Congratulations to Humber's SCMA case team on their achievement.
2018 APICS Case Competition
Mon, February 26, 2018
A team from Humber's Supply Chain Post Graduate Certificate program advanced from the APICS initial case competition in October.
The team competed against 200 teams from around the world and qualified for the regional case competition that took place simultaneously on February 23-24 in Amsterdam, Atlanta, Chicago, Costa Mesa, Mexico City, Parsippany, and Toronto. Congratulations to Humber's APICS case team for advancing to the regional round.
Winter Festival of Lights "Deck the Falls" Contest Winners
Tue, December 19, 2017
Congratulations to all of our Interior Decorating students who participated in the Winter Festival of Lights competition.
Bahar Honarpisheh and Sophie Bisnaire have won the Festival of Lights competition for their incredible work on the Radisson Hotel.
"The top student-designed venue was the Radisson Hotel and Suites Fallsview. Students Sophie Bisnaire and Bahar Honarpisheh created an arctic woodland theme featuring a giant polar bear as the focal point. The duo scored a $1,500 bursary in support of their education for their efforts." - Richard Hutton
Bronze for Humber at WorldSkills
Thu, October 19, 2017
Humber grads Theo Willert and Avery Bird have won bronze in the mechatronics category at the WorldSkills 2017 competition in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
The two electromechanical engineering grads, who previously won gold in mechatronics at Skills Ontario and Skills Canada, also won Best In Nation for their performance among the other Canadian competitors.
This is the first time Canadian competitors have won a medal at the bi-annual WorldSkills competition. They were the only Canadian team that medaled this year.
Theo and Avery were coached by Neal Mohammed, Anthony Nyman and Mauricio Toigo, and were supported by many others in the Humber community as well as numerous industry partners.
Congratulations to Theo and Avery!
Watch the video to see Humber grads Theo Willert and Avery Bird win bronze in the mechatronics category at the WorldSkills competition.
Humber Duo Represents Canada at International Skills Competition
Sat, September 30, 2017
Avery Bird and Theo Willert are gearing up to represent not only Humber, but all of Canada as well, at the upcoming World Skills competition.
Humber Strikes Gold At Skills Ontario
Wed, September 13, 2017
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.
Congratulations to all our winners:
Interior Design Students Lend a Hand to Habitat
Tue, March 21, 2017
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. The students - Rami Dawood, Alexeis Nicole, Meliza Macapinlac, Victoria MacQuarrie, Amal Shaikh-Deeb, Claire Formosa, Nour Kassab, Alaa Elsawi, Elena Panzica, Natascha Del Prete Silva, Jhutty Rajvir, Lilit Ayrapetyan, Talia Missaghi, Samanta Sébastien, Sharon Murad, Hanan Hmeed and Yi Wu Lin - participated in a Habitat for Humanity build day.
The enthusiastic group worked an eight-hour volunteer shift leveling dirt, installing scaffolding structure and scaffolding flooring and transporting building materials.
Supply Chain Management Students Make a Fresh Impression
Mon, February 06, 2017
A group of Humber Supply Chain Management students impressed judges and made it into the top 6 of The Fresh Connection Supply Chain Case Competition.
Gaya Mohapatra, Kaileigh Wicha, Sukhveer Dhaliwal, Pradip Sharma and Tomas Suliman competed against 15 other teams at the District level after beating a number of other college teams from the Greater Toronto Area.
The Fresh Connection APICS Global Student Challenge is an annual competition between student teams from across the world. Students work together in teams of four to make the best strategic and tactical choices for the value chain to save the virtual company, The Fresh Connection, from financial ruin.
Each team member becomes either Vice President Purchasing, Vice President Operations, Vice President Sales or Vice President Supply Chain. Together they have to make the company profitable again by getting the highest possible return on investment.
“To win the competition, our students used a secret strategy that we teach – we call it collaboration,” says Angelo Crupi, Supply Chain Management program coordinator.
Interior Design Student Places In International Competition
Mon, December 19, 2016
Tiam Rahmani wins third prize in the PAVE Student Design Competition.
Humber Bachelor of Interior Design student, Tiam Rahmani, has placed in an international student design competition – the only one from a Canadian postsecondary institution to do so.
Rahmani, who is in her fourth year of the program, won third prize in the PAVE Student Design Competition, store design category.
Her task was to create an innovative design for Kroger (a United States grocery chain) and its “Total Health” section of the store.
This marks the ninth time a Humber grad has won this prestigious award. Recipients also receive a $5,000 bursary in their name to support current students at the college.
As the third-place winner, Rahmani took home $1500, got to travel to New York to accept her award at the Planning and Visual Education (PAVE) gala, and has been invited to the Student Program at Retail’s BIG Show, a three-day conference, in New York next month.
Collaboration between Humber’s Occupational Health & Safety Students and Industry Professionals – A Huge Success!
Sat, November 26, 2016
Jeet Tulshi and his Project Management students hosted a successful Health and Safety Conference.
Hosted at the Learning Resource Commons, the event drew over 30 attendees and featured professional guest speakers from government, safety standards, health and safety association and consulting.
This exciting conference highlighted the importance of various aspects of Health and Safety within the workplace. It also provided students the opportunity to network with each other as well as with seasoned professionals from industry. Speakers focused on various strategies to prevent workplace injuries including health and safety accreditation, safety standards, Ministry of Labour regulations and the importance of psychological health.
Overall, the conference was informative and contained interesting information from experts within the Health and Safety industry. We extend sincere thanks to the following people who helped to make the conference a success: Carl Oliver—Director of Professional & Continuing Education for the School of Applied Technology, John Sammut—Manager of Strategic Programs, Infrastructure Health and Safety Association (IHSA), Nancy Bestic—Director of Health and Safety, CSA Group, Elizabeth Rankin-Horvath—President of Hale Health and Safety Solutions, and Dr. Gloria Rachamin—Prevention Office at the Ontario Ministry of Labour (MOL).
For more information about the conference, please contact:
Euro Skills Mechatronics Competition
Thu, November 24, 2016
The first day of the Euro Skills Mechatronics Competition has proven to be a success for the students from Humber.
Humber students went head-to-head with strong European competitors from Germany, the Netherlands, Austria, Belgium, France, Italy, and Hungary. The second day of the competition will be challenging as the students will need to build, commission, program and integrate a system with new technology that has never been seen before. We are looking forward to the challenge.
Drone Off Challenge
Tue, November 22, 2016
Humber Students Dan Merluse, Bogdan Malynovskyy, Evan Curle, and Christian Smith participated in the Drone Off Challenge representing Humber College.
The theme of the event was “know before you fly,” a message supported by Transport Canada, the Model Aeronautics Association of Canada and Unmanned Systems Canada.
2016 PAVE Student Design Competition Winners Announced
Tue, November 08, 2016
The Planning and Visual Education Partnership (PAVE) is pleased to announce the winners of the PAVE Student Design Competition sponsored by Kroger.
The competition consisted of a visual merchandising category and a store design category; it also provided an excellent opportunity for students to obtain real-life retail design experience. Prizes included grants to students and schools, and winning students may even see their designs come to life. This annual competition is geared toward college-level students involved in retail planning, visual merchandising, and branding programs. Judging took place on November 8, 2016 at FRCH Design Worldwide located in Cincinnati, Ohio.
“Kroger is very proud to once again sponsor the 2016 PAVE International Student Design Competition. This year's project submissions reflect a remarkably high degree of engagement and design talent representing a broad diversity of schools and design programs across the globe. We look forward to continuing our connection to the PAVE organization and with participating schools and students in the coming years. Kroger congratulates each of the finalists and extends our appreciation to every student that submitted solutions for this year's competition.” - Ken Pray, Kroger Corporate Director of Store Design
Congratulations to the following PAVE 2016 Student Design Competition Winners:
Visual Merchandising Category
1st Place - $5,000 – Emma White, Appalachian State University
2nd Place - $2,500 – Katie Taylor, Appalachian State University
3rd Place - $1,500 – Rebecca Ballard, Appalachian State University
Store Design Category
1st Place - $5,000 – Elizabeth Hundley, Appalachian State University
2nd Place - $2,500 – Rui Yang, FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising
3rd Place - $1,500 – Tiam Rahmani, Humber College
School Awards for Students Placing in the Top Three of Each Category
$4,000 Appalachian State University
$1,000 FIDM/Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising
$1,000 Humber College
Michelin Challenge Design Competition
Fri, October 21, 2016
Alumnus Kurt Scanlan has placed 3rd in the Michelin Challenge Design Competition with a project he developed in his 4th-year Vehicle Studio class.
Josh Gadomski, from the same class was a finalist in the same competition. Their were 10 finalists (including the three eventual winners) and 10 honourable mentions beyond that.
This is a great achievement - the Michelin Challenge Design Competition is an established worldwide competition and the competition is always very stiff. We have had students achieve "Honourable Mentions" in the past (Ryan Ebbers in the 2016 competition and Jordie Lewis in the 2011 competition), but this is the first and only time that we have placed in the Michelin Challenge.
To have had two students from a single studio class be considered finalists in a worldwide competition is very special indeed.
HSF Tetris Bench
Wed, September 14, 2016
The Humber Students' Federation has some new furniture to show off thanks to students from multiple programs in the School of Applied Technology.
HSF hosted a design competition for outdoor furniture last fall, and received a number of incredible entries. The winning design was submitted by Kimberlyn Dampitan of the Bachelor of Industrial Design program. Her concept was to add a playful, retro feeling to the space by creating life-sized Tetris pieces that can be moved into different configurations based on how students want to use the furniture.
Once the design was chosen, HSF commissioned students in the Industrial Woodworking Technician and Cabinet Making program to build the pieces. Over the winter semester, Allen Picanco, Richard Eng, and A.J. Zumpano constructed the pieces using a variety of hand tools and CNC equipment.
The HSF student executives, builders, and designer were able to meet this week to officially unveil the new furniture.
Building The Right Career
Mon, September 12, 2016
Humber graduate, Shelly Vo, is a 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. “It’s a very team-oriented environment and everyone feels equal in our shop. Humber brings up cabinetmakers that are respectful,” she says. “I would encourage young women in high school to take woodworking and other trades courses. The sooner you figure out doing what you love, the longer you can enjoy doing it.”
Greenhouse Research Experiment
Wed, July 27, 2016
A greenhouse experiment is being conducted this semester to examine the effect of salt and fertilizer on the establishment of native plants.
Two native seed mixes, as well as the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario standard roadside seed mix, are being tested. Ben Doerksen, a work-study from the Landscape Technician program is assisting with the research. Humber School of Applied Technology instructor Lynn Short is a partner and co-applicant for this project.
Phase I of an outdoor study examining the effect of cover crops (oats, annual ryegrass, and pearl millet) on weed suppression prior to the establishment of native plants is also being completed. A literature review and a list of recommendations for future research will be compiled. The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority is an external partner of Humber College in this research.
Humber Visual Elements NIKE PAVE Project
Wed, July 20, 2016
There will be 16 students participating in The Humber Visual Elements NIKE PAVE project competition to design a NIKE shoe wall.
This wall will be built by Visual Elements and showcased at Globalshop 2017 in Vegas. There are 8 teams of 4th-year students that will be competing within Humber BID for this project.
Students were invited to meet Andy Thaemert of NIKE (Senior Creative Director of Global Retail Design) at Visual Elements who gave the students feedback on their preliminary proposals. They were then given a tour of the impressive manufacturing facilities of Visual Elements by Robert Turk, John Simmen and Randy Simmen.
A video conference feedback session was held recently with Andy Thaemert, Randy Simmen and Neal Claassen from So Showcases (PAVE representative) to allow each of the 8 student teams 15 minutes for feedback on their proposals sent to NIKE.
The winning team will be chosen by NIKE and Visual Elements. The scheme will be built in Toronto by Visual Elements to be showcased at Globalshop in Las Vegas on March 2017.
The winning team will have the opportunity to travel to Vegas for Globalshop and for the construction of the proposal for the NIKE wall. Final presentations are tentatively scheduled for Dec.1
Humber Students Create a Sustainable Design Space through the Design of The Kortright Centre
Wed, July 13, 2016
Humber faculty, architectural technology students, and interior design students partnered with the TRCA (Toronto and Region Conservation Authority).
At Canada's largest environmental education center, The Kortright Centre, they met to create a Sustainable Design Space. This interdisciplinary project took students outside of the classroom and gave them the experience of working with a client that engaged both their program skills as well as their soft skills. The experience allowed them to have a taste of the real world while still being students in their respective programs.
Target Showcases 5 new products designed by Humber Industrial Design Students
Wed, April 20, 2016
Back to College Campaign begins its selection for incredible industrial design products created for students by students.
This campaign happens every year and is a collaboration between Umbra and Target. In 2015, Target showcased 3 designs created by Humber 3rd year industrial designs students; the Flip top Laptop Tray, the Over-the-Door-Laundry-Bag and Over-the-Door-Organizer were displayed in Target stores all the over the US.
Once again, our students wowed the judges in the 2016 challenge. The four 2016 Humber design winners were:
The new range of products had just been launched last week at Target Retail for the 2016 campaign. In addition to the 4 new designs chosen this year, one of the previous design: "FLIPTOP Lap Top Tray" has been selected to continue production for 2016, as seen among the retail display. The designs were chosen between 3 other schools between Canadian and the US. We are very proud that our Humber students have designed 5 of the 10 designs chosen for this year's campaign.
Interested in purchasing these awesome new products for your return to school? Target now ships to Canada!
Congratulations to our students and happy shopping!
Centre for Technology and Innovation (North Campus) Funding
Mon, April 04, 2016
The federal government announced a new $2-billion fund to help post-secondary institutions improve research and innovation infrastructure.
The Post-Secondary Institutions Strategic Investment Fund (SIF) will help Canadian colleges and universities improve the quality of facilities dedicated to innovation, training, research and environmental sustainability. Colleges were requested to submit projects that met funding criteria and a substantial completion requirement of April 2018.
We are very excited to announce that the School of Applied technology has applied for the funding of the Centre for Technology and Innovation (North Campus).
Preliminary planning is underway with the School of Applied Technology, the School of Media Studies and Information Technology and Humber Research to develop a state-of-the-art idea accelerator, with programs focused on sustainable building practices, automated manufacturing and human-centered, technology-enabled solutions. Planning is in progress for the construction of a 70,000-square-foot building that will be located in the area that is currently parking lot 3A, between the LRC and the University of Guelph-Humber building.
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