Radio Broadcasting students in the third-semester Radio Programming class designed and pitched a reel for a radio station they thought would be successful. The demo was created by a group of students which included Noel Marcial, Zachary Davies, Sam Fisher, Collin Skanes and Adam Odeh.
This past Fall 2018, the 3rd year students from the Graphic Design Advanced Diploma Program and PhD students from the University of Oxford collaborated together. They created a new brand and digital strategy for Oxford Hack, an annual hackathon that is hosted at the University in the UK.
On Tuesday, November 20, 2018, Anne Zbitnew and Jennie Grimard presented Making Accessible Media: Building a Fully Accessible Open Access Online Course at Interactive Ontario’s iLunch.
The Accessibility Toolkit: A Guide to Making Art Spaces Accessible, developed by faculty members, Anne Zbitnew and Jennie Grimard, and in partnership with Tangled Art + Disability and Humber students is now live on the ARI website.
Please join us in congratulating Chris Fitzsimmons on his current publication on the cover of Snowboard Canada Magazine!
On September 27th, The School of Media Studies hosted an event in the E Building concourse in partnership with Microsoft and Relic Raiders.
Humber’s Film and Television Production, Advanced Diploma Program congratulates third-year student Michael Kashuba on winning the William F. White/Vilmos Zsigmond Cinematography Scholarship for 2018.
Lara Johnston, a School of Media Studies professor at Humber College, and Program Coordinator for the Post Production graduate certificate, edited the feature film Mouthpiece, which was the opening night film for the Special Presentations section of the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).
Humber Faculty Dennis Kappen and George Paravantes, in collaboration with two media studies students, Dhanuska Premarantha, Chloe Chung, and SAT student Hilary Leehane, has had their demo paper accepted into Automotive UI 2018.
Simran Singh, an Advertising & Graphic Design student, has been announced as one of the finalists in the Annual Art Directors Club of Canada (ADCC) competition.
Congratulations to the six Humber School of Media Studies & Information Technology students on winning several Applied Arts Student Awards.
Concordia launched the Institute for Investigative Journalism, led by Patti Sonntag, a former managing editor in The New York Times’ News Services division. Humber is among several other media and educational organizations partnered on this project, such as Global News, The Toronto Star, Ryerson University, and more.