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TFC Versus Impact Montreal

TFC ALUMNI NIGHT

August 24, 2019

Join us on August 24 to cheer on Toronto FC as they take on Montreal Impact.Bring your friends and family and catch all the action in the Budweiser Patio, along the North ends field level. Better yet, your match ticket also gets you access to The Ex, so you can enjoy the attractions as well as the game!We hope to see you there for an evening of fun, entertainment, contests and giveaways. 

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Humber Convocation Photo Contest

June 24, 2019

Relive the moments from your Humber convocation by sharing your best photo and memory for the chance to win. Submit your photo, along with your name, program and grad year, as well as a short caption to alumni@humber.ca.

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Make a Difference for Humber Students

In July 2019, Farzad Rayegani, Senior Dean of Humber’s Faculty of Applied Sciences & Technology, will be hiking the Camino de Santiago, an 800 km. hiking trail in northwestern Spain. As part of his trip, he is raising $2,500 to support student scholarships. Give now to help Humber students make their academic and professional dreams come true.

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Humber Celebrates the Grand Opening of the Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation

April 10, 2019

Humber’s new world-class facility, the Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation (Barrett CTI) defines next generation of education. Built to inspire innovation, support skills development and promote STEAM outreach, the Barrett CTI officially opened its doors, paving the way for students, faculty and industry alike to solve real-world problems.

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HUMBER AND SEW-EURODRIVE TEAM UP TO BRING UNIQUE TECHNOLOGY TO NORTH AMERICA

July 10, 2018

Humber College and SEW-EURODRIVE are entering into a five-year partnership agreement to build awareness and provide training and applied research opportunities related to Industry 4.0 technologies. The partnership will expand the knowledge of faculty, students and employees, and will enable Canadian companies and enterprises to explore how Industry 4.0 can enhance their manufacturing processes and productivity.

carol reid early childhood education lab

CELEBRATING THE OPENING OF
THE CAROL REID EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION LAB

January 25, 2018

The late Carol Reid was an admired and much-loved educator in the Early Childhood Education (ECE) program at Humber College. From her first day of teaching until her retirement in 2014, Carol’s commitment to students and the community was characterized by her creativity and love of learning.

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RECORD-BREAKING $176,000 RAISED FOR STUDENT SUPPORT AT THE 2018 HUMBER GOLF CLASSIC

June 4, 2018

For six years running, the annual Humber Golf Classic has brought together donors, alumni, staff, faculty, industry partners and the community for a spirited round of golf in support of an important cause – student awards and scholarships. This year's event was no exception, with more than 200 golfers, sponsors and supporters in attendance.

Humber president with Cisco reps

HUMBER AND CISCO JOIN FORCES TO ENHANCE TECHNOLOGY-DRIVEN EDUCATION

July 4, 2018

Humber College and Cisco Canada are launching a five-year initiative to engage students, faculty and companies in maximizing the opportunities presented by cyber, network communication and collaborative digital technologies. This initiative will link Innovation Centres, showcase education industry leadership and drive hands-on experimentation.

Ron Suter accepting award

HUMBER GRAD RON SUTER WINS 2016 PREMIER’S AWARD

November 22, 2016

Premier’s Awards celebrate the achievements of Ontario college graduates in the province and throughout the world. Humber graduates were nominated in six categories: Business, Community Services, Creative Arts and Design, Health Sciences, Recent Graduate, and Technology.

Press Release

Toronto, Ontario –Ron Suter, a graduate of Humber College’s Marketing program has won a 2016 Premier’s Award in the Business category.

Premier’s Awards celebrate the achievements of Ontario college graduates in the province and throughout the world. Humber graduates were nominated in six categories: Business, Community Services, Creative Arts and Design, Health Sciences, Recent Graduate, and Technology.

Suter, a 1981 Marketing program graduate, is currently Executive Vice-President, NBCUniversal Television & New Media Distribution Canada. Known as a visionary trailblazer, Suter has played a key role in redrawing the map of the Canadian television landscape. Under his leadership, NBCUniversal has doubled its sale volume over the last decade.

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.

“We are proud of our alumni and the contributions they make to their sectors, locally and internationally. Ron Suter is a perfect example of someone who gained practical skills at Humber that he continues to apply in his role at NBCUniversal,” said Chris Whitaker, president, Humber College. “The entire college community congratulates Ron on his selection as a Premier’s Award recipient.”

Humber also nominated five other alumni for this year’s award, including:

  • Jill Andrew, Scholar, Columnist, Activist & Community Change Agent
  • Laila Biali, Professional Singer, Pianist, Songwriter, Performer and Recording Artist
  • Peter Dundas, Chief, Peel Regional Paramedic Services
  • Giacomo Gianniotti, Actor, Producer, Writer
  • Andy Kikites, Director, Metrolinx

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HUMBER CELEBRATES GRATITUDE HALL OPENING

November 10, 2016

The hall’s centerpiece is Humber’s first donor and alumni recognition wall that combines unique hexagon-shaped plaques and digital interactive screens. Individuals and organizations whose cumulative contributions have reached or exceeded $10,000 are recognized on the wall as a permanent acknowledgement of their generosity. The wall includes the names of 350 donors who have collectively given millions of dollars to Humber since its opening in 1967.