.NET Program Coordinator, Mirga Saltmiras, and work-study student, Mira Aguayo, recently created and launched Talent Monthly, a newsletter showcasing students from Humber College’s .NET Developer Bridging Program.
Michael Downey, a 2017 Broadcasting - Radio grad, is currently working at Q107 and Talk Radio AM640 as a Technical Producer and as the Weekend News Anchor on AM640.
Students from professor Robert Blain's second-year Web Design and Interactive Media class were asked to redesign Legalswipe's innovative app.
Congratulations to Bosniak for winning the People's Choice Awards at the Future of Film Showcase festival on May 3rd.
As part of a Short Doc Contest, TVO aired Humber's FMTV's "None of the Above" on February 26th, 2017.
With the help of Rethink co-worker, Simon Au, Web Design and Interactive Media graduate, Dustin Gamble, created a talking stuffed animal to welcome Syrian newcomer children to Canada.
Read the top ten reasons why radio continues to be the most effective medium of communication today.
Congratulations to exchange students Julius von Kauffmann, Jonas Blond, and Andreas Vestergaard whose film 25 was recently accepted into the Montreal World Film Festival. The film screened at the festival on August 27, 2016. Julius, Jonas and Andreas spent a semester at Humber in the Bachelor of Film and Media Production program in Winter 2016. They came to Humber from VIA University in Denmark.
Bosniak is a short film written, directed and produced by Film and Television Production (FMTV) Diploma program graduate Kejd Kuqo. Since the film's completion, it has been generating buzz on the festival circuit worldwide.
On May 18, 2016, PAC, Packaging Consortium held its Just One Package Innovation Challenge. Humber Graphic and Package Design student Amanda McCutcheon took home third place in the student competition for her "Zip N' Go" system.
Humber Broadcasting - Radio Professor Larry MacInnis was recently featured on the US podcast "Ryan on the Radio." Listen to his in-depth interview with Ryan and hear about his experiences in radio and teaching in the Humber Broadcasting - Radio program.
The Gardiner Museum played host to The Amnesty International Canada Media Awards on Thursday, April 7, 2016. During the award ceremony, Humber Bachelor of Journalism graduate Deanna Grant was honoured for her student journalism work.