African Professors Arrive to Discuss TRU Partnerships

  Posted on: September 20, 2005

Dr. Roger Barnsley, President and Vice-Chancellor of Thompson Rivers University, in conjunction with Cyndi McLeod, Executive Director of TRU World, and TRU’s Africa Committee will host two visitors from the National University of Lesotho. Professors Mafa Sejanamane, Vice-Chancellor, and Professor Paul Odonkor, Dean of Health Sciences, will be on campus from October 4 through 7…

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TRU Hoopster Plays in UK

  Posted on: September 19, 2005

Star basketball player Skye Buck, who was named BCCAA Player of the Year in 2004, when he was also named a CCAA Tournament Championship 1st team All-Star, and a CCAA All-Canadian, is shooting hoops for the Essex and Hertz Leopards basketball team, which competes in the English Basketball League (EBL). “To find the team here…

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World-Renowned Canadian to Speak at TRU

  Posted on: September 16, 2005

A world-renowned humanitarian and political figure will present a free public lecture at Thompson Rivers University this October. The Honourable Lloyd Axworthy, currently President of the University of Winnipeg, and chair of a number of international committees on climate change, sovereignty, security and peace, will speak on the topic, Global Citizenship: Our Responsibility to Protect…

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TRU Athlete Kicks off Season as BCCAA Athlete of the Week

  Posted on: September 15, 2005

After the first week of varsity play, Shannon Enns, co-captain of the TRU WolfPack women’s soccer team, has been named Athlete of the Week by the BC Colleges Athletics Association. Shannon, a 5’9″ defender in her 4th year at Thompson Rivers University, is a 2002 Sa-Hali grad who helped her Kamloops Sharks team win the…

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WolfPack Athletics Magazine 2005

  Posted on: September 7, 2005

This annual publication features articles, schedules, rosters, team photos and more about the Thompson Rivers University WolfPack. View the 2005 WolfPack Magazine (2MB PDF)

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Kid's Educators Meet Free

  Posted on: July 22, 2005

KAMLOOPS – Learning is lifelong, even (or maybe especially) for teachers and others who work with children. This fall, early childhood educators at TRU have joined with a community childcare provider to provide professional development workshops for people who work in pre-schools, private kindergartens, nursery schools, family and group day-care centres and other child care…

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Listings Wanted

  Posted on: July 6, 2005

KAMLOOPS – When students may come from places halfway around the globe or from remote rural areas, housing becomes an issue, especially since many students arrive without transportation, and need to be close to the university and other amenities. “So far, we don’t have near as many listings as last year,” said Taunis Hodgson, who…

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TRU Appoints New Business & Economics Dean

  Posted on: July 4, 2005

KAMLOOPS – It’s the first day on the job for Thompson Rivers University’s new Dean of the School of Business and Economics. There are no first-day jitters for Dr. Murray Young as he starts his five-year term, however; he comes to TRU with a wealth of knowledge and experience. Dr. Young has already begun to…

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TRU Establishes New Centre for Study of Canada

  Posted on: July 4, 2005

KAMLOOPS – The newest centre for research excellence at Thompson Rivers University was created on Canada Day this year. The Centre for the Study of Canada, which came into existence July 1st, will build on years of success and growth in the Canadian Studies program at UCC and now TRU. The program allows students to…

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