Learn more about experiential learning and how it is being incorporated around campus from presenters who are members of the TRU community.
Dr. Cynthia Ross Friedman is named to a group deemed to be Canada’s emerging generation of scholarly, scientific and artistic leaders.
“The naming of Dr. Ross Friedman to the Royal Society’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists marks an outstanding achievement and recognizes her research as being at the forefront of her field,” said Dr. Will Garrett Petts, AVP TRU Research and Graduate Studies. “We are very proud of her, and TRU is proud to celebrate its first member of the Royal Society.”
More than 500 scholarships, bursaries, awards and prizes—over a million dollars handed out each year—are available to undergraduate TRU students. Apply for fall awards by Sept. 19.
The first ever Interior Nation Research Forum in partnership with the Secwepemc Health Caucus and the First Nations Health Authority is being hosted by TRU, Sept. 12-13.
The Yoga Pop-up tour is at TRU on Sept. 12 and is a way of educating young people that the decisions they’re making today could be putting them at risk for breast cancer sometime in the future.
Trican Well Service s will be on campus Sept. 17 in a bid to hire to recruits for a range of non-trades and trades positions in its Western Canadian operations.
Dr. Tracy Penny Light, an award winning, prominent scholar in student engagement, has been named executive director of the TRU Centre for Student Engagement and Learning Innovation.
“No experience needed – just a positive attitude and willingness to have some fun!” Find a balance between work and play with TRU Recreation.
A diverse music lineup is in store for the 40th anniversary of the Live at TRU! series, which runs September 2014 through March 2015.
Meet Nathan Michaels, a Bachelor of Science graduate (2014) who majored in General Biology. The Newsroom asked Nathan about his UREAP research project on spinal cord injury.
Through TRU Discover, students familiarize themselves with campus and what it has to offer in advance of classes starting on Sept. 3.
Check out the Writing Centre this fall, re-opening Monday, Sept. 15 until December 5. Improve your communications skills with advice and feedback on your writing – the Centre is open to domestic and international students, faculty and staff.
TRU Discover is a day devoted to one thing: helping new students make a successful, less stressful transition to university life.
Deconstructing the design of Old Main’s renovated roof by Diamond and Schmitt Architects principal, Don Schmitt.