March 10th, 2020
Blog Post

Our clocks and watches aren’t the only things springing forward this semester at Humber. We’re moving ahead with significant academic, student and employee initiatives, all intended to enhance our polytechnic model and make Humber a better place at which to study and work.

As you may have heard, the province of Ontario recently made a policy announcement that will allow Ontario colleges to offer independent nursing degrees. Humber has been advocating for such a policy for many years. Last month, I had the pleasure of meeting with Premier Ford, Minister Ross Romano, and other local politicians to talk about...Read more

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February 27th, 2020
President's Message

To the Humber Community,

In my welcome to the winter semester blog from last month, I mentioned ways in which we’ll be focusing on making the term, and the year, the healthiest and the most successful it can be.  We’re working on many initiatives focused on employee engagement, the Okanagan Charter, and our healthy and inclusive campus, including an important framework discussion.

As we continue to advance our 2018-2023 Strategic Plan, I am pleased to provide you with this update and highlight activities that will occur in the coming weeks related to the Heathy and Inclusive Community strategic pillar....Read more

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January 30th, 2020
President's Message

At last year’s President's Breakfast, I announced that Humber would soon launch Unlimited, our first-ever comprehensive public fundraising campaign. Now, I’m excited to share that the Campaign has kicked off in full swing.

As you may have seen from the giant banners outside the LRC at North Campus and R Building at Lakeshore, along with recent social media activity and Communique notices, work has now begun to engage potential supporters in this important fundraising effort. The $50-million Unlimited Campaign was named for the unlimited possibilities we hope to create for students by igniting discovery and innovation, accelerating student potential and...Read more

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