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Engage in research abroad

  Posted on: November 18, 2015

The German Academic Exchange Services’s (DAAD) undergraduate scholarships allow Canadian students to study abroad in Germany as part of an individual, student-designed study abroad semester or year. Application deadline is Jan. 31, 2016.

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TRU Generator open house

  Posted on: November 6, 2015

Find out how to turn your idea into a business during the TRU Generator open house set for Nov. 26 from 5-7 p.m. in the Irving K. Barber Centre, House of Learning.

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Hot off the press: Inspiring research

  Posted on: November 2, 2015

Knowledge that Inspires, the third annual report on research, is now available. This publication serves to highlight the world-class research being conducted by Thompson Rivers University faculty members across all disciplines.

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Research has important conservation implications

  Posted on: October 29, 2015

Making the most out of a terrible situation — that’s how Dr. Matt Reudink describes his research into a mass mortality event of Vaux’s Swifts, an aerial insectivore that has experienced population declines throughout North America since the 1970s. It is estimated that during the 2012 event, there were as many as 3,000 Vaux’s Swifts…

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Generating entrepreneurial success

  Posted on: October 26, 2015

Hummingbird Drones began right here in the TRU Generator, and its CEO Robert Atwood, an NRS graduate, will be awarded the Startup Canada Young Entrepreneur Award for BC and the North on Nov. 4.

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UREAP project takes romance out of ranching

  Posted on: October 13, 2015

Maeghan Watkinson knows that ranching is tough, messy and dirty, and the fourth-year visual arts student spent the summer completing her Undergraduate Research Experience Award Program project, capturing true-to-life images of working ranches on her canvas.

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UREAP project tackles Kamloops’ bellwether distinction

  Posted on: October 2, 2015

Steve O’Reilly recently completed his Undergraduate Research Experience Award Program, titled “The Significance of the Bellwether Distinction: A Historical Examination of Voting Behaviour in the Kamloops Region,” just in time for the upcoming federal election.

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TRU researchers awarded $75,000 grant to study deadly bat disease

Dr. Naowarat Cheeptham

  Posted on: September 29, 2015

TRU microbiologist Dr. Naowarat Cheeptham and Wildlife Conservation Society of Canada biologist and TRU Adjunct Professor Dr. Cori Lausen have been awarded a $75,000 USD research grant from the United States Fish & Wildlife Services to advance the search for effective biological control options against Pseudogymnoascus destructans, or Pd, the fungus that causes White Nose Syndrome (WNS) in North American bats.

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