TRU has expanded its global network of institutional partners with its first formalized agreement with a Mexican state university.
Helping a local U-Brew operation save money by reducing the cost of brewing supplies, and working with a local microbrewery to sequence the genomes of unique yeast strains are just two ways Dr. Jonathan Van Hamme is using his microbiology research lab to create solutions for the challenges faced by local business owners.
The winners of the Canadian Three Minute Thesis competition were both finalists in the Western Canadian 3MT, hosted by TRU on April 30.
Julie Schooling, Master of Science in Environmental Science, is the first TRU graduate student to receive the Governor General’s Academic Gold Medal for outstanding scholarly achievement.
The SSHRC-funded Camera Obscura project, led by TRU visual arts professor Donald Lawrence, is culminating in the Midnight Sun Camera Obscura Festival, held during Summer Solstice, June 17-21 in Dawson City, Yukon.
Low-income adults looking for upgrading courses at Thompson Rivers University can expect to find easy access to the Adult Upgrading Grants recently announced by the Ministry of Advanced Education. “Adult…..
A commitment to environment and sustainability has earned TRU a gold rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).
Kelsey Jules, a third-year Bachelor of Fine Arts student, has been awarded a $5,000 Youth Artist Scholarship from the YVR Art Foundation to develop work for a year-long exhibit at Vancouver International Airport.
Thompson Rivers University professor and English Department Chair Dr. George M. Johnson’s latest book, “Mourning and Mysticism in First World War Literature and Beyond: Grappling with Ghosts,” publishes later this spring through Palgrave Macmillan.
Thompson Rivers University is proud to support Genome BC’s now-enhanced capacity to foster responsible resource development through genomic research initiatives.
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.
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.
Thompson Rivers University will recognize five individuals who embody the spirit and essence of TRU during Spring Convocation ceremonies in June.
Kamloops Fire Rescue and the City of Kamloops are hosting the 2015 Volunteer Firefighters Association of BC Spring Training Seminar at Thompson Rivers University.