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We are thrilled to announce that new Tourism and Travel Management student, Yanet Daniel Tekle, has been selected as the recipient of the Jamaican Canadian Association (JCA) Dudley Laws Memorial Scholarship sponsored by Humber College.
The evening of September 21, 2017 was filled with congratulatory celebrations as the GTHA/Humber Hotel Management Leadership Program students attended their graduation ceremony at the Humber Room North Campus.
James Bodanis, a full-time Baking & Culinary professor in the School of HRT, is a prime example of how HRT staff go above and beyond what is expected of them. That’s why James was presented with the Distinguished Faculty Award at the President’s Breakfast - Staff Recognition Awards.
Jessica Estrela, Frankie Hall and Eddie Yu, HRT's Program Support Officers, received the HRT Extra Mile Award for their exceptional customer service and their willingness to go that extra mile for students and the Humber community.
The retail team at the School of HRT received the Humber Sustainability Award during the President’s Breakfast - Staff Recognition Awards this past August.
Amanda Baskwill, the Program Coordinator for the Massage Therapy program, always shows a dedication and passion for research. That’s why it was no surprise to anyone at The School of HRT when Amanda won the Research Excellence Award.
Antonio Folino, the Catering and Events Manager at The School of HRT, takes his position to the next level. In recognition of this commitment, he was awarded the Distinguished Support Award at the President’s Breakfast - Staff Recognition Awards.
Year after year, Anke Foller-Carroll, a professor in the Tourism - Travel Services Management program, demonstrates dedication to her students, coworkers and the Humber community. That's why, this year, Anke received The School of HRT’s Community Service Award.
At Plenary 2017, HRT faculty and staff assembled at Woodbine Racetrack to reflect on and celebrate an outstanding academic year full of accomplishments, innovations and hard work.