Humber hosted a series of events in celebration of Black History Month. Activities included the International Caribbean Inventors and Icons Museum at North and Lakeshore campuses, an African and Caribbean marketplace and a film screening at the University of Guelph-Humber.
Humber’s Centre for Entrepreneurship and IGNITE hosted Brett Wilson of CBC Dragon’s Den fame. Wilson spoke to the Humber community about his successes, mistakes, and how he found a healthy work-life balance.
Students in Humber’s Electromechanical Engineering Technology program faced off for a spot in the 2019 Skills Ontario competition. The two-person teams were required to demonstrate excellent mechanical build, wiring, speed and programming skills.
North Campus is officially a Fair Trade Campus. Fairtrade coffee, tea and chocolate are available all across campus, including in the Humber Room, Gourmet Express, vending machines, the bookstore, Food Emporium and Starbucks. Humber is the first college in Ontario to have multiple Fair Trade designated campuses.