January got off to a sweet start in HRT with the opening of our new Baking and Pastry Arts Labs. We launched a very successful series of recruitment sessions and of course excelled in teaching and learning by engaging students and faculty in many unique experiences. As you continue through the semester, please share your story. Click here to submit your story.
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January 2017 - Current Version
Susan Somerville, RD
Dean, School of Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism
The start of the Winter 2017 semester marked the opening of HRT’s brand new, state-of-the art Baking and Pastry Arts labs.
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.
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.
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.
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.
On Tuesday February 28th, HRT hosted a college-wide open house in the brand new, state-of-the-art baking and pastry arts facilities.
The School of Hospitality, Recreation & Tourism, in partnership with the Greater Toronto Hotel Association (GTHA) has launched the second cohort the Hotel Management Leadership program on March 2nd with a Launch Party at the InterContinental Hotel.
The 2017 Restaurants Canada Show was a huge success! Humber faculty and students enjoyed three days of exhibits and amazing food.
On Wednesday February 15th, Tourism Management students connected with cruise industry suppliers at the Tourism Cruise Night.
HRT staff and faculty participated in the annual February Forum and strategic planning rooted in Humber's new academic plan.
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Come join our 12th Annual Humber 5km Run/Walk to celebrate Canada's 150th Birthday and support the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada!
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ICAI. (2014). Fundamental Values Project. Retrieved July 11, 2014, from International Center for Academic Integrity: http://www.academicintegrity.org/icai/resources-2.php