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Articulation rap : [video recording]

Item is a video, produced by The Etobicoke Board of Education and Humber College, promoting articulation courses (transfer courses) to Etobicoke high school students. The video features a rap about Humber and education by Canadian hip-hop duo The Dream Warriors.

Humber orientation : [video recording]

Item is a video cassette of a recording shown to participants at orientation for new Humber students. The video identifies services and departments of interest to students (such as the Registrar's Office, the Library, Career Services, Special Needs Office, Financial Aid, Health Services, and other departments).

Lakeshore Hospital announcement : [video recording]

Item is a videorecording of the official announcement of plans to turn the Lakeshore Psychiatric Hospital into a Humber campus. The event includes speeches by Ontario Minister of the Environment Ruth Grier, Humber President Robert 'Squee' Gordon, Etobicoke Councillor (and former Metro Chair) Dennis Flynn, and Etobicoke Councillor Irene Jones.

University of Guelph-Humber ground breaking ceremony : [video recording]

Item is a recording of the ground-breaking ceremonies and announcement of the University of Guelph-Humber. The presentation includes speeches by Ontario Education Minister Dianne Cunningham, Humber President Robert 'Squee' Gordon, and University of Guelph President Mordechai Rozanski. The footage also includes the crowds at the events (including several shots of Humber Board of Governor Chair Dr. Stuart Smith), and people posing with shovels for photographs.

Humber College : 21st anniversary event, part 2 : [video recording]

Item is a video depicting Humber College's 21st anniversary ("Coming of Age") celebrations. Speech focuses on Humber's connection to the local and international community, its commitment to students, ongoing construction projects, and hopes for Humber to lead Ontario into the 21st century. Speakers include Dr. Robert "Squee" and Tayler Parnaby. Door prizes are discussed and entertainment is provided by members of the Humber College Music Department.

Humber College "Industrial Instrumentation Engineering Technician Hi-Tech #3" [video recording]

Item is a video depicting the Industrial Instrumentation Engineering Technician program at Humber College. A brief explanation of instrumentation and the role of an instrumentation technician is included. Related industries are listed, including: oil, natural gas, steel, pulp and paper, food, chemical and textiles. The video includes demonstrations of process simulators used as training tools and calibration experiments. It features industry professionals, Humber College faculty, graduates and students, including Cliff Kennedy, Roy Fraser, Dean Dimarco and Ralph Lyle.

Humber College "Electromechanical Engineering Technician Hi-Tech #5" [video recording]

Item is a video depicting Humber College's Electromechanical Engineering Technician program. It describes potential career paths for students of the program, in areas including plant engineering and maintenance, service sales, and catalogue design. It also details student design and manufacturing projects, and equipment used, including lathes and milling machines. The video features Humber College faculty, graduates and students including Bruce Higgerson, Aurel Bartha and Sylvia Panetta.

Humber College "Mechanical Engineering Technician Numerical Control Hi-Tech #6" [video recording]

Item is a video depicting Humber College's Numerical Control Technician program, and describes how it can equip students to work with and program computer controlled machines and equipment. It lists potential career paths for graduates of the program, as programmers and operators of advanced controlled machinery. The video features Humber College faculty, graduates and students, including John Hayes, Mario Delledonne and Peter Varnai.

Humber College - "Electrical Control Engineering Technician" [video recording]

Item is a video which depicts Humber College's electrical control engineering technician program. It describes the role of the electrical control engineering technician in large and small scale settings and explains the different power systems students get hands-on experience with through the program. Features Humber faculty, students, graduates, and industry professionals, including: Keith Brown, Joe Krebs, Cheryl King, Amin Mohammed, Roman Kuchirka, Lew Silecky, Ted Gurr. This video appears to be an alternate version of tape HVRC-0016.

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