Toronto, Ontario – Graduating students from Humber's four-year Industrial Design degree program will present their final-year thesis projects at the 2017 Industrial Design Thesis Show, held at the Design Exchange in downtown Toronto.

Students in the Product Design or Vehicle Design streams will be showcasing innovative ideas that solve local and global problems and improve upon everyday items. 

“Industrial design impacts many aspects of the things we use in daily life,” said Dennis Boyle, professor, School of Applied Technology. “Humber students continually explore new uses for technology and ways to innovate everyday with specialized products, ultimately seeking to develop solutions applicable to both local and global concerns”

Event:
2017 Industrial Design Thesis Show
Location:
Design Exchange
234 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario
Date/Time:
Friday, April 21, 2017
6 to 9 p.m.
Interview/Photo
Opportunity:
Humber Industrial Design degree students and faculty, student designs, concepts, models and prototypes

About Humber’s School of Applied Technology
Humber’s School of Applied Technology offers the most comprehensive range of interdisciplinary programs that focus on design and sustainability. Within the framework of a polytechnic vision, the school offers four-year bachelor degrees, two and three-year advanced diplomas, certificates and apprenticeships. Students have access to the latest software technology, facilities and equipment and receive hands-on training in innovative labs.

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About Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning
Established in 1967, Humber is one of Canada’s leading postsecondary institutions. Committed to student success through excellence in teaching and learning, Humber serves 29,200 full-time students and 23,000 part time and continuing education students. With an internationally recognized reputation for quality learning, Humber offers a wide-range of career-focused opportunities for students to personalize their educational path, including 160 full-time programs across more than 40 fields of study, 200 part-time and 400 online programs or courses. More than four out of five of Humber graduates are employed within six months of completing their studies. Visit humber.ca