Thompson Rivers University is proud to support Genome BC’s now-enhanced capacity to foster responsible resource development through genomic research initiatives.
Evaluators give high marks to the mock emergency exercise staged at TRU on May 14.
Now is your chance to vote for Canada’s Choice in the national 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) competition. Visit the Canadian Association for Graduate Studies 3MT page for videos of the 11 finalists chosen from regional competitions. Voting is open between May 15 and noon on May 25.
TRU’s Bike to Work Week team is gearing up for another fun week of riding to and from work or school, free activities, prizes, bike stories, and more. TRU Folks on Spokes is the team name this year.
Learn more about the plants and gardens on campus during one of several free guided tours May through August and provided by members of the TRU Friends of the Gardens.
Teacher training programs are obligated to produce diverse educators from all walks of life, but Dr. Kim Calder Stegemann’s research shows that it takes very specific skill sets to thrive in the profession — and many of those skills aren’t traditionally taught.
TRU’s free fitness classes offered through TRU Recreation are continuing through the end of June, with July and August to be determined based on participation and attendance.
Kamloops Fire Rescue and the City of Kamloops are hosting the 2015 Volunteer Firefighters Association of BC Spring Training Seminar at Thompson Rivers University.
Elizabeth Watt from the University of Calgary took top spot at the Western Canadian Three Minute Thesis (3MT) for her presentation, “Permanent Breast Seed Implant: Improving Patient Experience in Early-Stage Breast Cancer”.
Read the April 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.
Instead of just talking about environmental concerns, TRU geography students took action through six crowdfunded projects to raise awareness, purchase needed equipment and even create awards for student research.
What is one action you can do this year to reduce your carbon footprint?
The university’s department of Environment and Sustainability put the question to members of the TRU community on Tuesday, April 21, 2015 as a way of recognizing and celebrating Earth Day 2015.
Read some of the pledges.
A new research project led by TRU researchers and funded by Genome British Columbia (Genome BC) and Genome Canada, aims to improve the strategies for monitoring the impact of Mount Polley Mine tailings breach on the ecosystem and to provide recommendations for environmental remediation.
Thompson Rivers University issued a retraction and apology yesterday to more than 400 people for an erroneous communication advising them they had been accepted into the Fall 2015 intake for…..
Each year TRU recognizes outstanding achievement of its faculty and staff with merit awards. As well those with 10 years or more of service are recognized in five-year increments.
Thompson Rivers University is pleased to reveal the judging panel for the Western Canadian Three Minute Thesis competition, scheduled for April 30 at 2 p.m. in the Black Box Theatre, Old Main.