Read the November 2014 President’s Report for an overview of recent university news, accomplishments and publications by the TRU community, and a list of upcoming campus events.
TRUly United campaign wraps up with big gains for students and community and sets a precedent in post-secondary philanthropy.
Read the October 2014 President’s Report for an overview of recent university news, accomplishments and publications by the TRU community, and a list of upcoming campus events.
Dr. Cynthia Ross Friedman of Thompson Rivers University was inducted to the College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists by the Royal Society of Canada (RSC) on Nov. 21 in Quebec City.
TRU collaborated with the University of Applied Management (UAM) in Germany to mount the third annual conference on Adventure Management on Nov. 18. Dr. John Hull gave the keynote address.
TRU has signed an agreement of transatlantic cooperation with the University of Bremen in Germany. The partnership has great potential to help develop and expand research capacity at TRU in an international and collaborative setting.
“Kudos from the President” celebrates external recognition for the outstanding achievements of Thompson Rivers University faculty, staff and students.
Thompson Rivers University has appointed a world-leading expert on at-risk student education as its new Dean for the Faculty of Human, Social and Educational Development (FoHSED).
Dr. Airini, an accomplished scholar and university administrator, is currently on a Fulbright fellowship consulting to the U.S. federal government on at-risk student education. She joins the FoHSED faculty at TRU for a five-year term beginning in November.
“FoHSED provides real strength to TRU’s mandate to serve the educational and training needs in the region,” said Dr. Airini. “I’m looking forward to the commitment of making sure our research and our teaching and service is inspired, inspiring, and contagious.”
Students are invited to apply for the Environmental Science and Natural Resource Science Fellowship Award. Two will be
When Law professor Margaret Hall began her research journey into guardianship and dementia, she began by asking the big questions — bringing a philosophical bent to her legal investigation.
Have some input in the re-branding of TRU during a Town Hall on Oct. 30, 3pm to 5pm in Terrace Room of the Campus Activity Centre. All members of the TRU community are encouraged to attend.
In a province banking its economic future on the proposed liquefied natural gas industry and other resource projects, it is not just welders and pipefitters who are finding jobs.