Three SMSIT students competed on March 30th in Voices 2016, an annual speech competition run by students for students in the GTA.
Humber College Creative Advertising students recently had the honour of working with the Toronto Police and the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police on an important campaign to help bring attention to the dangers of Fentanyl. The focus of the campaign is a website, facethefentanyl.ca which profiles "Tina Espey, 19, Cole Lockie, 21, Tyler Campbell, 17, Jake Bodie, 17, and Jessie Kolb, 24, as well as resources and information about overdoses and fentanyl." Toronto Police Chief, Mark Saunders told the Toronto Star, "the campaign is “just a starting point for this very issue . . . we can’t just arrest our way through this thing.”
Visual Storytelling faculty member Cliff Caines recently created a new film on 2016 Governor General's Award winner Suzy Lake. His work is a stunning, four-minute look at the career of this celebrated Canadian (Detroit-born) artist. Congratulations Cliff on your amazing work! What a great feature.
On Monday March 7, 2016, the Ontario Association of Broadcasters (OAB) held their annual career day in Toronto. OAB career day is a great opportunity for all second-year Broadcasting-Radio and Radio postgraduate program students to join in on a roundtable discussion with industry and other radio students from across Ontario. The Humber School of Media Studies was thrilled to be a sponsor at the event, which was chaired by instructor Neil Mathur.
Last week, a select group of former Broadcasting - Radio Diploma and Certificate graduate students formed a discussion panel to answer questions from current Broadcasting - Radio students in NX 111 of Humber College's North Campus. The annual Grad Panel falls under the program's RBD Speaker Series umbrella.
Congratulations to Film and Media Production student Sabchu Rinpoché on the screening of his film Singing in Diaspora at the Ottawa Tibet Film Festival! The Ottawa Tibet Film Festival is an emerging festival, with a strong lineup of films. Singing in Diaspora will be screened as part of the festival on March 20, 2016 at the Mayfield Theatre.
Date: March 8th, 2016
Location: Humber College North Campus 205 Humber College Blvd. Toronto, M9W 5L7 Hives Room F307, F313, F314
5:00pm to 6:30pm ITS & ESDV projects in rooms F313, F314 and F307
6:30pm to 7:00pm Employer break - Pizza and Pop
7:00pm to 8:00pm Hiring event in showcase rooms and networking event in hives lounge
Dan Rowe, Program Coordinator of the Bachelor of Journalism program has written a brand new textbook."Feature Writing for Journalism and Media Students" was published by Oxford University Press and is currently available on Amazon.
FMP grad, Andrew Korogyi and FMTV grad, Yosef Baraki, have been honoured again for their film, Mina Walking. The film has been awarded the first ever 'Discovery Award' at the Canadian Screen Awards!
"The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step."
Congratulations to our Advertising Marketing Communications students on their win at the Canadian Association of Marketing Professionals (CAMP) awards!
Congratulations to Multimedia Design and Development grads Andrew Langemann and Wale Sholubi on their work on a new large endeavour from Canadian Tire as part of Angle Media Group. Andrew and Wale worked on the launch Canadian Tire's new campaign " How To Videos' Tag Line " Don't Worry... You got this! Wale worked on the pre-production and Andrew edited all the videos in English and in French. Congratulations on the great work!