Thompson Rivers University

Events for everyone in November 2016

  Posted on: November 1, 2016


More and more women are enrolling in trades and you can learn more about various experiences and options during the Women in Trades Forum on Nov. 15.

November is another busy month and with it, numerous opportunities to explore the diversity of speakers and activities.

You can learn more about provocative research being done by TRU faculty and visiting lecturers, make new connections during meet-ups and networking and find out about the diverse program options during information sessions.

There’s also a Remembrance Day ceremony, culinary arts fundraising dinner, women in trades forum, Aboriginal events and a presentation from a retired Supreme Court of Canada judge.

What follows is a sample of the month and for more events, check the online calendar. Remember to check the calendar regularly as details may change and new events added.

Nov. 3
Career mentoring: Engineering, Technology, computing science and math science

Nov. 3-4
Long Night Against Procrastination

Nov. 7

Respiratory Therapy info session

Nov. 10

Friends of Don Campbell culinary arts fundraising reception

Nov. 10
Remembrance Day ceremony

Nov. 11-12
International inter-tribal trade conference

Nov. 14

Ecuador field school info session

Nov. 14
Film: After the Last River

Nov. 14
Restorative Justice Symposium

Nov. 15
Aboriginal Transitions to Post-Secondary Day

Nov. 15
Consent Tea is a discussion around sexual consent, sexual violence and TRU’s Sexual Assault Policy draft

Nov. 15
Learn more about the Women Exploring Trades program during this women in trades forum

Nov. 17
TRU Students’ Union Storytellers Gala

Nov. 18
Supreme Court of Canada Justice Louis LeBel (Ret.)

Nov. 19
WolfPack volleyball alumni and friends meet-up and networking

Nov. 24
Science and Technology Program Information Night

Nov. 25
Theatre seminar series

Ongoing series

Science Seminar Series

Presented by the Faculty of Science

Nov. 3
Trouble with Lichen: a new look at an old symbiosis using genomics and fluorescent microscopy.

Nov. 10
Inside the Black-Box: Understanding and Applying Next Generation Sequencing

Nov. 24
On-line Mass Spectrometry for Environmental Applications in Complex Media

Environmental Science Seminar Series

Presented by the Faculty of Science

Nov. 3
How disturbed are we? Forest disturbance ecology in the Pacific Northwest

Nov. 10
Human cardiovascular health and the importance of getting blood flowing

Nov. 17
Conservation policies, tourism, and the displacement of Nakoda Peoples from Banff National Park

Nov. 24
Refining restoration success in the Great Plains rough fescue prairies

Research Provocations series

Presented by the Faculty of Education and Social Work

Nov. 9
Perspectives in ESL writing

Nov. 16
Research and implications for pedagogy

Nov. 23
Rendering court processes visible

Nov. 30
At risk: Looking seven generations ahead

Arts Colloquium series

Presented by the Faculty of Arts

Nov. 3
Wood Smoke and the Atmospheric Commons

Nov. 17
The Art of Storytelling radio interviews project