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Ministers announce funding for Centre for Technology and Innovation
August 30, 2016
On August 30, 2016, the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science, and the Honourable Deb Matthews, Ontario Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development, visited Humber to deliver news that will help young minds acquire the education they need to build a strong future. It was announced that Humber will receive $24.98-million – a large part of which would be used to create the Centre for Technology and Innovation so that students and research teams have the space and facilities to develop multidisciplinary innovations. The rest of the funding will be used to implement the Integrated Energy Master Plan – a plan that will help create a more sustainable college environment by renovating existing buildings to reduce energy usage and cut greenhouse gas emissions.
Prior to the announcements, the Ministers were greeted by teams of student researchers who presented their applied research and innovation projects.
Learn more about some of the student research teams: