Nurses from the Interior Heath’s Nurse Outreach team are coming to campus for a series of free and confidential HIV testing and information days.
Master Rob McDiarmid and Ms. Sharon Matthews, QC, were recognized by Thompson Rivers University for their tireless advocacy to bring the law program to TRU and their ongoing support of the Faculty of Law as donors.
With Jan. 27, 2015 being the 70th anniversary of the liberation of prisoners from Auschwitz concentration camp, it’s a poignant time to remind people of TRU Library’s unique DVD collection of testimonies from British Columbians who survived the Holocaust.
In its commitment to steadily reduce its carbon footprint over the short, mid, and long term, Thompson Rivers University has released a bold plan that can be monitored and measured.
Thompson Rivers University (TRU) and the Opening Learning Faculty Association (TRUOLFA) having ratified their tentative agreement negotiated under the 2014 Economic Stability mandate. The five-year agreement covers approximately 240 Open…..
Interested in presenting your research during the Undergraduate Research & Innovation Conference? Get your proposal in because the deadline is Feb. 2, 2015.
The Culinary Arts department has expanded its Scratch Café and Scratch Market hours for the winter semester, showcasing the efforts of TRU’s culinary students.
TRU’s School of Trades and Technology routinely sets up opportunities for its students to connect one-on-one with employers through training and information sessions, job fairs, and lunch and learns.
Tourism faculty members John Hull and Anne Terwiel are part of a team working to strengthen the sustainability of Norwegian mountain resort communities.
Nine Faculty of Science honours students are scheduled to present research findings and everyone is welcome to attend.
TRU’s Print Services is now now offering students and staff the option of using a forest-free paper that is a hybrid of wheat and either plantation-grown fibre from Eucalyptus or Poplar.
Learn more about some of the experiential learning projects being done around campus by various faculty and staff members.
Students who have ordered books online may pick up your order at the Simply Computing Desk in the CAC starting at 1pm today. The Bookstore will resume full retail operations on Friday.
Rather than continuing to be terrified of speaking in front of his classmates, Business student Emmanuel Idemoh chose to do something about it and joined TRU’s Toastmasters club. And in the few short months since, he has found the confidence he was looking for.
Much of TRU will be closed for the holidays starting at noon on Wednesday, Dec. 24 and re-opening on Jan. 5 at 8 a.m.