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Students get inside look with judge shadowing program

Kamloops Law Courts

  Posted on: February 19, 2016

TRU Law students gained valuable insight into the judicial process when they participated in a unique program in which they were able to shadow a judge for a day. Students observed court proceedings and discussed law approaches and procedures with the judge.

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Culinary experience for the win

Culinary Arts Golden Plates 2016

  Posted on: February 18, 2016

Five culinary arts students got to work with five up-and-coming celebrity chefs in the Canadian food scene during this year’s Gold Metal Plates.

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TRU Law takes second place at BC Cup

  Posted on: February 16, 2016

TRU Law placed second at the BC Law Schools Competitive Moot over the weekend in Victoria. This marks the third year TRU Law has sent a team to the BC Cup, since the law school opened in 2011.

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TRU reaches agreement with its Faculty Association

  Posted on: February 15, 2016

Covering the five-year period from April 1, 2014 through March 31, 2019, the agreement provides for a general wage increase over the term which is in keeping with the fixed fiscal envelope of the mandate.

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Aboriginal speakers impact students on law field trip

Sunny LeBourdais

  Posted on: February 11, 2016

First-year law students who have been studying Aboriginal Rights and Title and Indigenous Law took an annual field trip to the former Kamloops Indian Residential School, to hear from members of the Aboriginal community on rights and land title, resources, Indigenous law and residential school experiences.

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Canada Research Chair awarded in tourism

  Posted on: February 10, 2016

Dr. Courtney Mason has been named Tier II Canada Research Chair in Rural Livelihoods and Sustainable Communities, working in the Faculty of Adventure, Culinary Arts and Tourism.

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Political science class gets international exposure

  Posted on: February 9, 2016

The old adage that entrepreneurs are born and not made is being challenged by a political science class whose partnership with the International Labor Organization (ILO) could have lasting implications for small businesses worldwide.

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Salmon in a tree and other quirky biology questions

  Posted on: April 8, 2013

Video screening | First-year biology students create quirky videos to answer equally quirky biological questions like Salmon in a Tree? What happened at the garter snake ball? Why do female hyenas have a penis? Why do pitcher plants like having bats sleep over?

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