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SPARK

SPARK is a celebration of Humber’s faculty members, researchers, students and the larger community of partners that ignite the spark of research and innovation. SPARK highlights research projects in five main areas: social innovation, sustainable architecture, system integration, UX experience and the Internet of Things (IoT).
 
From the latest news on North America’s first Broadcast-Broadband Convergence (B2C)  Lab at Humber to new developments in research funding to spotlights on Rock Star Researchers, SPARK features stories of exploration, innovation and collaboration. Through SPARK, we hope to stoke the spark of curiosity in everyone at Humber, one issue at a time.

Magazine Articles

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Creativity in Action: Five Expressions of Creativity at Humber College
The wellspring of creativity at Humber is continuously nurtured through curiosity, exploration and collaboration.
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Humber College Participates in Global Conference About Sustainability in Higher Education
Centred around the theme of “The Urgency of Now,” the virtual conference discussed strategies for tackling the climate crisis in the context of higher education.
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Reflections on ESOMAR 2022: Brave New Words
Facing a world that's rapidly changing, marketing professionals and researchers are arguing that brands should change the way they speak to their audiences.
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Reflections on ESOMAR 2022: From Nerves to Networking to Happy Ending—The Story of My First Conference
Humber Press writer Esha Rana shares her thoughts on attending the 2022 ESOMAR Congress.
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Reflections on ESOMAR 2022: Intimidated by Innovation? It’s not that complicated!
Humber Press writer Janice Saji shares her thoughts on attending the 2022 ESOMAR Congress.

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