Every year PrimeTime Sports and Entertainment put together Canada’s leading sports Management Conference. Last November, 45 of our Sport Business Management students attended the 11th annual PrimeTime Sports Management Conference held in Toronto.
On September 25-27th our Sports Management and Recreation and Leisure Services students attended a Leadership Camp at the Ontario Education Leadership Centre just outside of Orillia.
The third-semester Event Management students and the Office of Sustainability held an event called Sustainability: Due Tomorrow in the Center for Urban Ecology.
Chef Stefan Czapalay and Chef David Song visited our culinary class here at Humber North to educate our students on all the various ways you can cook veal. They performed a demonstration right in front of our students and discussed what other food pairs well with it.
On November 22nd, students enrolled in the Hospitality programs had the chance to participate in a networking event here at Humber North with several industry professionals.
Everyone loves Taco Tuesdays, but on Tuesday November 13th, Humber Culinary students took it to a whole new level. The TTC Taco Battle, sponsored by Kraft Heinz, was an event hosted by The Chef Collective held at El Local Loco on Church Street.
On Thursday, November 14th, the Taiwan NKUHT exchange students participated in the Culture Exhibits event that took place in the LRC.
On Monday, November 12th, the School of HRT welcomed special guest speaker Dawn Currie from Recreation & Parks Association of Nunavut (RPAN) to speak about the work of RPAN and the opportunities available to students.
On Wednesday, November 7th, HRT students got to help feature these destinations at the Jamaica Tourist Board showcase event.
When you think of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF), cooking is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. While the Canadian Armed Forces are largely made up of Navy, Army and Air Force teams, there is also a big team that supports these troops behind the scenes.
On Tuesday, November 6th health and wellness expert and representative for USA Rice, Rose Reisman, visited with our students to talk about the different health benefits of rice, and put some of the common misconceptions around rice to rest.
We all know fruits and vegetables can be enjoyed raw and cooked, but did you know that they can also be made into edible artwork? Chef Gamini Hemalal visited Humber on Monday, November 5th to offer our culinary students a fruit and vegetable carving demonstration.