The world is made of stories. We are dedicated to the art and craft of telling stories. That's why we've invested in cutting-edge equipment and world-class facilities to develop the next generation of storytellers. Take a virtual tour and see how we can help you tell the stories that matter to you.
Congratulations to Web Development Program Coordinator Bernie Monette, Web Development students Joanna Kommala, Colin Mather, Caroline Shaw, Marki Sveen; and Fundraising Management Julia Robinson on the completition of their applied research project with industry partner Get Your Hours. You can read more about Get Your Hours here. Great work, Bernie and team!
Earlier, we announced that Humber CABA & Radio students took fourth place in the ASC PSA Creative Competition. We are happy to announce that Humber also won first place at the event! Congratulations to CABA students Danish Ehsan, Daniel Berard, William Fornuff, and Hameeda Hashim on your winning campaign! Great work!
Congratulations to Humber Bachelor of Public Relations professor Lydia Boyko on her 2014 Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) Award of Achievement. Lydia will receive her award during the CPRS National Conference in Banff May 25-27, 2014. Congratulations, Lydia on this achievement and enjoy your time in Banff!
With the largest combination of Media, Arts, and IT programs offered in any college in Canada, there is a story to be told on multiple platforms.
This is a paid fellowship that will be offered to six students who are either in the third year of a degree program or the final year of a diploma or graduate certificate program. Students in programs at either school are eligible to apply.
The School of Media Studies & Information Technology at Humber features some of the most advanced facilities and equipment available for students to learn, practise and develop skills in real-life settings.