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The above video, about students' experience in the Media Foundation program, was directed and produced by Media Foundation students Bright Osei-Agyeman, Alisha Beauvais and Kodiac Bennett.
The Humber Centres of Innovation Network demonstrates our strong commitment to providing an experiential learning environment for students. Students and faculty work with industry partners on real-world challenges to prepare them to become the innovative and strategic problem-solvers of tomorrow. Come to Humber and experience interdisciplinary learning across five COIs.About the COIs
Bachelor of Industrial Design Students Participate in BRP International Design Competition
Wed, May 10, 2023
The Industrial Design program was invited to return and participate in the BRP (Bombardier Recreational Products) International Design Competition!
Industrial Design Third Year Students Design for Modern Living in Umbra/Humber Studio Project
Fri, March 24, 2023
Driven by innovation, Toronto-based Umbra has become a global leader in product design, known for pushing boundaries in its approach to original design.
Annual By The Lake Book Club Scholarship Awarded to Emerging B.C. - Based Writer
Mon, February 27, 2023
Layla Reeves, a Vancouver Island writer and student in Humber's Creative Writing Graduate Certificate program, is the 2022 recipient of a $1,500 scholarship.
Designs Created by Fast Students Unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas
Wed, February 01, 2023
Prof. George Paravantes (FMCA) and Dr. Dennis L. Kappen (FAST) proudly unveiled the results of the 2022 ARROW HMI - Humber Industrial Design competition.
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