The interim protocol provides procedures and resources to individuals and groups that may be involved in working with persons who have experienced sexual violence.
The Western Canadian Innovation Offices Consortium (WCIO), of which TRU is a member, received $1.8 million today from the Honourable Michelle Rempel, Minister of State of Western Economic Diversification.
A memorandum of understanding signed between Domtar, Unifor 10 B, and Thompson Rivers University will enhance and enrich the quality of trades skills development within the Kamloops regional area.
Researchers Mohamed Tawhid and Sean McGuinness are NSERC Discovery Grant recipients for 2015. Tawhid receives $90,000 and McGuinness $55,000.
TRU trades is receiving $857,000 in additional funding to buy trades equipment as part of BC’s three-year plan to invest $185 million in trades-training equipment and facilities across the province.
The Spring 2015 issue of Bridges Magazine features campus news, student initiatives, the latest in faculty and student research and community partnerships, and other stories about TRU alumni, students, faculty and staff.
Michael Bluhm brings his experience in institutional enrolment management and strategy, policy research and development, data analysis, process and systems development, student recruitment and service delivery.