At Convocation our students take center stage as the spotlight illuminates their many academic and professional achievements including their commitment, passion and talent. So it was no wonder for two days at our faculty convocation, the atmosphere was charged with pure joy and celebration as degrees, awards of excellence and other honorary accolades were conferred on graduates.
The Industrial Design Thesis Project is a 2 semester final year project which is the Capstone project for all Industrial Design degree aspirants. Projects are chosen by each student and approved by the Professor if the subject matter is deemed to be sufficient to the exacting nature of the project requirements.
The Centre for Trades and Technology was one of the clusters involved in the Skills Ontario Competition which took place May 6th - 8th at the Toronto Congress Centre. 2000 Ontario students competed in over 68 categories of contests, including Carpentry, Plumbing, Millwrights and Welding.
If the Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology could pick an event that emulates its vision to inspire youth and young adults in the area of STEM, it would have to be the 2019 FIRST Robotics Canada District Competition games held on March 8-10 at Humber College.
One of the great things about our college’s Spring 2019 Open House is that it gives our prospective students and their parents a chance to interact with some of the faculty in advance and also get a sense of what Humber College is really like.
Drop by and see the amazing work of Humber students in Electromechanical, Electronics and Mechanical Engineering Technology.
See Humber's ICT Engineering graduates' real-world solutions to real-world problems. Capstone projects on display showcasing final year student's skills and knowledge. Network with Humber students, faculty and industry partners.
Humber College's Bachelor of Interior Design Class of 2019 invites you to an evening of Design and Creativity.