Undergraduate students can now share their outstanding research in a meaningful and productive way with the launch of the new TRU Undergraduate Research Journal.
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.
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.
Volunteers are needed to help fill fun-filled volunteer positions for the regional science fair for intermediate school students on April 9 in the TRU Gym.
TRU will be busier than usual this weekend with a calendar of events bringing more than 600 people to campus between Friday and Sunday morning.
A university education can take you to amazing places. Fourteen TRU undergraduate students are headed to New York City in May for a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in research.
TRU’s Enactus club earned a trio of top-three finishes at the Enactus regional competition in Calgary on March 13.
A cancer patient’s journey is often referred to as a battle. The Canadian Cancer Society Relay for Life presents it as a race—but one that you don’t have to run alone. Thanks to an initiative by TRU Residence students, TRU’s first Relay for Life will take place on Mar. 28.
A sample of the events at TRU late March through April 2015.
The first Thompson Rivers University WolfPack-led stem cell donor clinic to be held in Kamloops is being deemed a success.
The TRU Wellness Centre offers support, resources, free classes and workshops and a quiet place to relax and boost your well-being. Bust stress with the Therapy Dogs or join a weekly wellness class and make wellness a priority.
The inaugural Learning at Intercultural Intersections: International Research Conference kicks off today at TRU, bringing together scholars in the field of intercultural learners, and drawing in renowned researchers from as far away as South Africa, Brazil and the Netherlands.
Audience members are encouraged to provide their input into the world of mental health issues during a forum-style presentation of a play called maladjusted. Input will help shape recommendations to be presented to various governing bodies at the local, regional, provincial, and national levels.
Results for the 2015 Cariboo Regional Skills and Cariboo Junior Skills competitions held at TRU on Feb. 27 in various locations around TRU.