A new research project led by TRU researchers and funded by Genome British Columbia (Genome BC) and Genome Canada, aims to improve the strategies for monitoring the impact of Mount Polley Mine tailings breach on the ecosystem and to provide recommendations for environmental remediation.
Thompson Rivers University issued a retraction and apology yesterday to more than 400 people for an erroneous communication advising them they had been accepted into the Fall 2015 intake for…..
Thompson Rivers University is pleased to reveal the judging panel for the Western Canadian Three Minute Thesis competition, scheduled for April 30 at 2 p.m. in the Black Box Theatre, Old Main.
First a patent, now a follow up article published in a prominent scientific journal—Postdoctoral Fellow and sessional instructor Dr. Dipesh Prema is getting a lot of attention for his plastics research in inorganic chemistry.
Law faculty member Katie Sykes co-edited a new book which provides an important contribution to the debate on the legal status and treatment of animals in Canada.
TRU is one step closer to its own engineering school with the recent signing of an agreement for a second year of university transfer with the University of Victoria’s School of Engineering.
Undergraduate students can now share their outstanding research in a meaningful and productive way with the launch of the new TRU Undergraduate Research Journal.
Read the March 2015 President’s Report for an overview of recent university news, accomplishments and publications by the TRU community, and a list of upcoming campus events.
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.