Kristen Marini is the winner of the 2015 TRU Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, held in the Black Box Theatre on Friday, March 27. The Master’s of Science in Environmental Science student, who is supervised by Dr. Matthew Reudink, will move on to compete in the Western Canadian 3MT competition, which will be held at TRU on April 30.
TRU’s Dr. Lauchlan Fraser is one of 60 university researchers responsible for the report Acting on Climate Change: Solutions from Canadian Scholars.
A cancer patient’s journey is often referred to as a battle. The Canadian Cancer Society Relay for Life presents it as a race—but one that you don’t have to run alone. Thanks to an initiative by TRU Residence students, TRU’s first Relay for Life will take place on Mar. 28.
TRU will recognize two alumni, a student leader, and a local accounting firm on April 10 at its annual Distinguished Alumni Awards.
The inaugural Learning at Intercultural Intersections: International Research Conference kicks off today at TRU, bringing together scholars in the field of intercultural learners, and drawing in renowned researchers from as far away as South Africa, Brazil and the Netherlands.
New program has TRU offsetting some costs of staff and faculty using vacation time to volunteer overseas.
TRU’s department of Tourism Management is partnering with Netherlands’s best university of applied sciences to offer a double degree.
Sarah Whitehouse will present her research: Sustainability in BC’s ranching community: An economic evaluation for carbon offset potential, during the Masters of Science in Environmental Science Showcase on March 5, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Thompson Rivers University has a new, official Strategic Research Plan (SRP)—a blueprint for research for the next five years. The plan identifies five key areas of collaborative excellence and emerging strength, while encouraging research in all disciplines.
This issue of “Kudos from the President” celebrates external recognition for the outstanding achievements of Thompson Rivers University faculty, staff and students since November 2014.
Do certain plants get fevers? And if the answer is yes, which plants, and why? Dr. Cynthia Ross Friedman and a team of researchers have brought some clarity to those questions with their groundbreaking findings published on Feb. 9 in Nature Communications, one of the highest-ranked multidisciplinary journals in the world.
The TRU Faculty of Law has launched the Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law. The inaugural issue examines the intersection between health law and human rights.
Brown Family House of Learning earns gold LEED status. While the certification is recent, those involved in the development and building process of the Brown Family House of Learning consistently strived to achieve the Gold standard from its conception to construction.