Thompson Rivers University issued a retraction and apology yesterday to more than 400 people for an erroneous communication advising them they had been accepted into the Fall 2015 intake for…..
Instead of just talking about environmental concerns, TRU geography students took action through six crowdfunded projects to raise awareness, purchase needed equipment and even create awards for student research.
Thompson Rivers University is pleased to reveal the judging panel for the Western Canadian Three Minute Thesis competition, scheduled for April 30 at 2 p.m. in the Black Box Theatre, Old Main.
Students graduating from the Bachelor of Fine Arts program host their year-end exhibition from April 17 to May 1 in the TRU Gallery and the various studios in the Visual Arts wing.
Sixty-five students and professionals gathered to connect and network at the student-run Human Resources Conference and Case Competition at TRU on March 27, 2015.
TRU Dean of Adventure, Culinary Arts and Tourism Rob Hood plans to cycle across much of Canada this summer in memory of his daughter, who was murdered in 2012 in St. Catherine’s Ont. at the age of 19.
The end of the semester can be a stressful time with projects due and exams to write. Why not give yourself a break by tapping into some of the stress-busting resources available.
First a patent, now a follow up article published in a prominent scientific journal—Postdoctoral Fellow and sessional instructor Dr. Dipesh Prema is getting a lot of attention for his plastics research in inorganic chemistry.
TRU and Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Expansion Project have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding for a Community Benefit Agreement that will see a $550,000 contribution over 20-years if the proposed expansion project is approved and constructed.
The World Kidney Day health fair on Mar. 12 was a success, thanks in part to TRU Nursing student organizers Pamal Serown, Sonika Judge, Madison Beecroft and Sandra Dessau.
TRU is one step closer to its own engineering school with the recent signing of an agreement for a second year of university transfer with the University of Victoria’s School of Engineering.
Undergraduate students can now share their outstanding research in a meaningful and productive way with the launch of the new TRU Undergraduate Research Journal.
Read the March 2015 President’s Report for an overview of recent university news, accomplishments and publications by the TRU community, and a list of upcoming campus events.
Seven business students applied classroom theory to real life when they undertook a directed studies project to develop marketing techniques for the Kamloops Food Bank.
Kristen Marini is the winner of the 2015 TRU Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, held in the Black Box Theatre on Friday, March 27. The Master’s of Science in Environmental Science student, who is supervised by Dr. Matthew Reudink, will move on to compete in the Western Canadian 3MT competition, which will be held at TRU on April 30.