Humber’s School of HRT has teamed up with local chef Tom Januszewski and the Egg Farmers of Ontario to offer our culinary and baking students the opportunity to participate in an egg themed competition.
On Friday, September 21st, Lindsey Walker, the sustainability manager at Humber, visited our Event Execution class. Lindsey attended the class to discuss how Humber strives to be green and to help them prepare for an upcoming project.
This past Tuesday, Baking and Pastry Arts students and faculty baked a whopping 500 pies in support of United Way.
On Saturday, September 22nd, a group of Ontario’s top chefs gathered in Thistletown’s 14,000 square foot organic garden to set up delicious food stations and cooking demos.
The School of Social and Community Services collaborated with the City of Toronto officers from Toronto Police Services (TPS) to host an Amazing Race event at the Lakeshore campus.
On September 4th, 2018 the Centre for Healthy Living (CHL) officially opened its doors to the Humber community. While the CHL has been around for a few years already, it just got a brand new physical space right here on campus!
Learn more about Humber's newly announced 2018-2023 Strategic Plan.
On Thursday, August 2nd, the first annual Fitness Palooza took place at the Humber North Fitness Center. This event was organized entirely by third-semester students in the Fitness and Health Promotion program as part of their Special Event Planning course.
The 5th annual Foodie Festival took place Friday, July 6th at the Albion Library. This festival is designed to showcase the diversity of food culture in our community, while also educating and entertaining guests.
On Wednesday, June 27th, Holiday Inn held their 1st annual employee wellness day to help promote health and wellness to their employees. Several of Humber’s Fitness and Health Promotion alumni put together an informative booth and ran various fitness classes.
Extraordinary things can be accomplished when you set a goal and persevere. This is what 30-year-old Michael Mathews learned this past week after successfully completing his 30-hour run.
The Travel Services Management program caters to students who are passionate about travel, and adventure.