Good luck to TRU Alumnus Jim Cotter as he tries to win the Canadian men’s Brier curling championship being held in Kamloops through March 9.
Meet Katie Bennett, a fourth year Bachelor of Science student majoring in Animal Biology. The Newsroom asked Katie about the ins and outs of conducting her own UREAP research project.
This term selected students are being asked to participate in one or more surveys. The invitations and reminders for the surveys are being sent to myTRU email accounts. All of…..
Friday Night Writers series brings professional writers and students together in one convenient location. There is an opportunity for attendees to ask questions about the business, about writing, or whatever.
The first batch of compost is ready to be given away on March 5 to the first 100 people be they students, staff, or faculty. As a bonus, donated vegetable and flower seeds are part of the give-away as well as free hugs supplied by the Wellness Centre.
To give Summer Session registration a visual look, admissions staff and advisors are being encouraged to dress in summer clothing on March 3, which is the first day of registration for Summer Session.
The initiative is being called Beach Day.
WolfPack players Brad Gunter and Colin Carson were honoured with national CIS men’s volleyball awards on Feb. 26.
Gunter received Player of the Year for his season that included leading the CIS in several key stats categories.
Carson was named Dale Iwanoczko Student-Athlete Award winner for his community involvement that went beyond the 20 hours WolfPack players are expected to put in during the season.
Brandon Samoyloff is a third year student in the Architectural and Engineering Technology (ARET) program. The Newsroom asked Brandon about the ins and outs of conducting his own UREAP research project.
Meet Orri Greaves, a fourth year Bachelor of Science Honours student majoring in Animal Biology. The Newsroom asked Orri about the ins and outs of conducting her own UREAP research project.
As an undergraduate at TRU, you have a unique opportunity to bring learning to life, by experiencing research.
A $2.25 million private contribution to TRU from Ken Lepin was the major highlight of another successful Foundation Gala.
In advance to Job Fair, attend one of two free workshops to learn some tips and strategies to maximize the Job Fair experience.
Meet Stacey Kaufman, a Psychology major completing both a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Social Work. The Newsroom asked Stacey about conducting her own research project through TRU’s Undergraduate Research Experience Award Program (UREAP).