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TRU and Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association sign MOU April 8, 2024

KAMLOOPS–Thompson Rivers University (TRU) and the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association (TOTA) have signed a memorandum of understanding to benefit students in TRU’s tourism management program…

Faculty of Adventure, Culinary Arts and Tourism, Featured, News releases, Sustainability
TRU recognized as bee-friendly campus March 19, 2024

KAMLOOPS — The Thompson Rivers University (TRU) campus is abuzz with excitement after being named a certified Bee City Campus. Kamloops became BC’s first Bee…

Bob Gaglardi School of Business and Economics, Faculty of Adventure, Culinary Arts and Tourism, Faculty of Science, Featured, Research and Graduate Studies
TRU researchers awarded prestigious federal grants March 15, 2024

Canada's research community has received over $1.7 billion in funding for researchers and students nationwide, including three faculty members at Thompson Rivers University (TRU). "Congratulations…

Faculty of Adventure, Culinary Arts and Tourism, Faculty of Science, Featured, School of Trades and Technology
Minister of post-secondary education tours Kamloops campus March 22, 2023

[caption id="attachment_2977368" align="alignright" width="404"] Power engineering students Natasha Bosse, left, and Sierra Neuls, right, had a chance to chat with BC Minister of Post-Secondary Education…

Alumni, Faculty of Adventure, Culinary Arts and Tourism, Featured, Giving
Award goes where the river flows March 9, 2023

Student award criteria often involves good grades, community involvement or volunteerism, but a unique new financial award for students in TRU’s Adventure Guide Program goes…

Alumni, Faculty of Adventure, Culinary Arts and Tourism, Featured
Slick start to business venture December 7, 2022

Rob Sengotta (Culinary Arts ’99) considers himself a guy who goes with the flow. As a kid, he began working in kitchens for no reason…

Faculty of Adventure, Culinary Arts and Tourism, Faculty of Education and Social Work, Featured
Lecture series explores research journey November 1, 2022

Their research, teaching and service bring together different communities and world views for societal change. Now they're newly appointed full professors and sharing insights into…

Alumni, Faculty of Adventure, Culinary Arts and Tourism, Featured
ShredLoops hits the trail running October 24, 2022

[caption id="attachment_2974153" align="alignright" width="393"] Using drone technology, TRU student and professional photographer Riley Schutz captured footage of riders making their way down the trails.[/caption] If…

Faculty of Adventure, Culinary Arts and Tourism, Featured, Indigenous Education
Top chef cooks up lessons for TRU students March 8, 2022

Chef Bernard Casavant dropped in to the TRU Culinary Arts program during Indigenous Awareness Week to share his years of experience with students. A world-class…

Faculty of Adventure, Culinary Arts and Tourism, Featured, Research and Graduate Studies
Research asks what it means to travel ethically July 2, 2020

Dr. Kellee Caton Tourism is a complex industry. While some communities embrace it as an economic engine, others now recognize there are consequences to unimpeded…

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Record year for investment in undergraduate research December 4, 2019

Eleven students will spend the winter investigating original and important research topics that range from an exploration of the microbial communities within the permafrost of…