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HRT Program Coordinator Appointed Vice Chairman of Feed The Planet Committee

Shonah Chalmers CCC, B.A.Sc., Culinary Programs Coordinator at Humber, has been appointed to the position of Vice Chairman of the Worldchefs Feed the Planet and Sustainability Committee for the term of 2016-2020.

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Baking & Pastry Arts Showcase Humber

New lab

The start of the Winter 2017 semester marked the opening of HRT’s brand new, state-of-the art Baking and Pastry Arts labs.

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Ethiopian Airlines Marketing Competition

Students working on plane

A trio of students from Humber’s Event Marketing class, under professor Ron Caughlin, won a marketing competition in December that had classes create campaigns for the African airline.
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Team Humber is Golden

In case you haven’t been following the social media blitz, Team Humber won GOLD at the Culinary Olympics last week! This is a team of extremely talented chefs and we are so fortunate to have them share their craft as our faculty and alumni.

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Food Truck Fun!

Mike Masse, President of Foodservice, won a service from Humber's Food Truck during the Humber Annual Golf Classic Fundraiser earlier this year. He treated his team and colleagues to a taco lunch catered by Humber students working on the Food Truck.

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Humber Room serves up unmatched experience

Practically every day, at lunch and dinner, about 25 students are in the juice at the Humber Room. And their future employers will thank them for it. The only full-service restaurant on campus, this 110-seat restaurant is a living classroom, serving students, faculty and administrators.

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Jamie Even Brings Students & Employers Together Under One Roof

Fitness & Health Promotion instructor Jamie Even brought together students and employers at the Fall Fitness Career Fair.

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Bring Your Appetite to Italy

For Humber’s culinary tour of Italy, the food will be so good, you will feel like the moon hit your eye like a big pizza pie. Scheduled for May 5-18, 2017, this celebration of food, art and culture will be led by Chef Francisco Rivera, a Professor of Humber’s Culinary Program.

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An Authentic Aussie Experience Awaits

Next spring, after weathering a storm of assignments, paper and exams, why not head Down Under for some serious, well-deserved sunshine? Scheduled for next May, Humber is organizing a 17-day trip (14 days not including travel) to Australia.

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Humber HRT and the GTHA Honour Graduates

Humber College’s School of Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism in partnership with the Greater Toronto Hotel Association (GTHA) honoured its first group of graduates from the Hotel Management Leadership program on September 22, 2016.

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May
9

Effective Hospitality Leadership and Management

Tuesday, May 9 - Tuesday August 15, online workshop, $382.05 inclusive

This online course challenges the student through analysis and self-assessment to develop concrete and usable supervisory, management, and leadership skills.

Hospitality

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May
9

Retiree Travel Seminar Series

Tuesday, May 9 - Tuesday May 30, 12:35pm - 4:10pm, $50

A four- part seminar series that will highlight some of the most current tourism trends and travel opportunities in todays marketplace for individual, group and multi-generational travel experiences.

Globe

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May
11

Aromatic Whites of France

6:30pm - 8:30pm in D131, $60.00 inclusive
Students must be 19 years of age or older

Get to know the who's who of French white grapes; these are wines with big personalities that will capture your imagination.

White wines

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May
13

Afternoon Tea Dessert Workshop

10:00am - 2:00pm in D141, $99.00 inclusive
To purchase a boxed gift voucher please email savio.colaco@humber.ca

This workshop will introduce novice bakers and hobbyists a unique opportunity to learn how to compose afternoon tea desserts.

Afternoon tea

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May
16

Beer: Raise a Glass to Canada's 150th Birthday

6:00pm - 8:00pm in D131, $60.00 inclusive
Students must be 19 years of age or older

This 2-hour workshop take you through history with some of the styles of beer that were popular since before Canada was officially established in 1867, to the present day.

Beer

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May
25

Flagship Reds of France

6:30pm - 8:30pm in D131, $60.00 inclusive
Students must be 19 years of age or older

Explore some of France's most celebrated red wines. Burgundy, Bordeaux and more! See what all the fuss is about and what has made France a benchmark for red wine production.

Red wine

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May
25

Introduction to Bread Making

May 25 & June 1, 6:00pm - 10:00pm in D140, $120.00 inclusive

In this course, students will be introduced to the basic production of yeast dough products. Common mixing methods and techniques will be used to prepare and present soft rolls, vienna bread and kaisers.

Bread making

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June
1

Discover Belgium with their beer and food

6:00pm - 8:00pm in D131, $60.00 inclusive
Students must be 19 years of age or older

Belgium is the ‘Land of Beer’. In this interactive workshop, we will showcase a selection of Belgian beers and their history, as well as provide the knowledge and experience to pair these with a variety of different foods.

Glass of beer and nachos

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June
7

California Dreaming – An Introduction to the Wines of California

6:30pm - 8:30pm in D131, $60.00 inclusive
Students must be 19 years of age or older

We’ll bring Napa and Sonoma to you with this opportunity to taste some of California’s best known grapes and regions.

White wines

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June
7

Low Fat Baking

6:00pm - 9:00pm in D141, $75.00 inclusive (price includes food used in class)

Students will learn to bake using low fat, low sugar and low sodium ingredients to prepare delicious products. You will prepare banana-bran muffins, meringue kisses, and Pear almond tarts.

muffin

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