A disturbed piece of land is being restored to its natural vegetation and with it, comes the return of a living laboratory and research area for students and faculty.
24,000 students currently attend Thompson Rivers University. Since almost 20 per cent of them come to us from more than 85 countries around the globe, major international events often carry…..
Researchers at TRU are collaborating with two local mining operations on unique environmental sustainability projects that benefit the university, community and industry.
A diverse music lineup is in store for the 40th anniversary of Live at TRU series, which runs September 2014 through March 2015.
The Classic Film Night series continues through the summer with comedies that will have you lol-ing the aisles.
Co-op student Jordan Fraser shares the highlights of her third work term, this one in Waterton Lakes National Park working for Parks Canada. Her position is Visitor Experience Product Development Administrative Assistant.
European fire ants expert Robert Higgins is able to further his research thanks to a $100,000 grant from the BC Inter-Ministry Invasive Species Working Group.
The original architect of TRU’s international efforts has been honoured with a lifetime achievement award from the British Columbia Council for International Education (BCCIE).
To truly understand the route into homelessness and the shape it takes, one must ask those who are in the midst of it — and listen as they tell their stories.
Provide your input into environmental sustainability directions at TRU by completing an online survey. As a thankyou, you’ll have your name entered to win an iPad mini.
Law faculty member Nicole Schabus was part of the team helping bring about an unprecedented decision on indigenous land rights in Canada.
NRC Press names a paper authored by TRU students Kaitlyn C. Munro, Jeffrey R.M. Jackson, Ivan Hartling, TRU faculty member Cynthia M. Ross Friedman, and University of Manitoba faculty member Michael J. Sumner as Editor’s Choice for June 2014.
The warm weather may have been late to arrive but spring started with gusto at TRU this year, with all the signs of fresh new growth. A redesigned Bridges brings…..
Bradford Morse, a Canadian leader in social justice and Indigenous law issues will lead Thompson Rivers University’s Faculty of Law as Dean of Law beginning the fall of 2014.