“Kudos from the President” celebrates external recognition for the outstanding achievements of Thompson Rivers University faculty, staff and students.
TRU is closed this long weekend for both Good Friday and Easter Monday. The Library, Old Main, House of Learning, and Science buildings will be open for study April 18 to 21…
Zero waste stations designed to reduce the amount of material going into the regular trash that could otherwise be recycled.
Business student Matt Klassen wins two $5,000 prizes through the inaugural Business Kickstart 101 series. He also won an offer of employment after graduation.
TRU agrees to join the Worker Rights Consortium in an effort to help minimize the risk and limit the likelihood of purchasing non-ethically produced material.
Janice Yeung, a Bachelor of Tourism Management and Business student, receives a City of Kamloops Distinguished Service Award.
Learn more about the important role international agents play in driving TRU’s international enrolment.
Food for Fines allows the TRU community to have up to $20 waived in library fines through the donation of non-perishable food items.
CFBX, the city’s only campus-community radio station, is looking for volunteers for on-air and off-air duties. Volunteers do not need to be TRU students.
Meet Natascha Hedrich, a fourth-year Bachelor of Science student majoring in Physics and Honours Mathematics. The Newsroom asked Natascha about the ins and outs of conducting her own UREAP research project.
The President’s Report is produced each month for presentation to the TRU Board of Governors and TRU Senate. Read the March 2014 President’s Report for an overview of recent university…..
Four student-directed one-act plays, a gallery exhibit, 87 student posters, and 65 student lectures are some of what you can experience at the 9th annual Undergraduate Research and Innovation Conference, March 28-29.
TRU Law students explored important Aboriginal legal and political issues and gained unique practical experience at the 20th Annual Kawaskimhon National Aboriginal Law Moot hosted by the Toronto Faculty of Law March 6-9.
Meet Alison McClean, a fourth-year Cellular, Molecular and Microbial Biology major. The Newsroom asked Alison about the ins and outs of conducting her own UREAP research project.