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Partnership provides pathway

  Posted on: July 28, 2016

A partnership with Fleming College will attract out-of-province students to Kamloops through the pathway to a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS).

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MEd students get schooled in neuroscience

  Posted on: July 13, 2016

The Faculty of Education and Social Work (EDSW) is currently offering its first ever special topic course in the emerging field of educational neuroscience to students in the Masters of Education (MEd) program.

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Journalism grads get recognized

  Posted on: June 27, 2016

Journalism alumni Cameron Doherty and James Elliot were recognized with BC & Yukon Community Newspapers Association scholarships at the Newspapers Canada 2016 National Conference.

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Gap year, schmap year?

  Posted on: June 21, 2016

There is a growing trend for students to take a year off between high school and university, electing instead for a gap year—but is there value in the gap year or are students better off jumping feet first into post-secondary education?

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Hotel Next team presentation

Students 3rd in hotel design competition

  Posted on: June 3, 2016

Students Colleen Black, Queenie Lai and Kelsey Perra pitched their “Hotel of All Sorts” concept to investors, hotel developers and a live audience of more than 500 people during the Canadian Hotel Investment Conference in Toronto in May.

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TRU to offer graduate entrance scholarships

  Posted on: May 27, 2016

Beginning in September 2017, TRU will offer four federal entrance scholarships to exceptional graduate students. Each scholarship is valued at $17,500 per year, adding up to a $70,000 annual investment.

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Putting the degree to work

  Posted on: May 19, 2016

The transition from school to work can be a difficult one, but thanks to Student Employment Coordinator Susan Forseille’s research, the pursuit of meaningful employment for graduates could get easier.

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LEGO more than just play

  Posted on: May 6, 2016

It may not be an entrance requirement, but experience playing with LEGO could come in handy for students in the School of Business and Economics (SoBE).

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