Sarah Whitehouse will present her research: Sustainability in BC’s ranching community: An economic evaluation for carbon offset potential, during the Masters of Science in Environmental Science Showcase on March 5, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
A B.C. trade mission to India to promote partnerships, investment, and jobs for the province has led to a trade delegation visit to TRU on Oct. 27-28. Punjab and Harayana chambers of commerce will be on campus and the visit will include meetings on Oct. 28.
Economics professors Dr. Laura Lamb and Dr. Belayet Hossain set out to discover whether tax incentives inspire charitable donations, and if so, how effective they are. With the help of an Internal Research Grant the pair answered those questions and several more, providing a unique glimpse into the charitable motivations of Canadians.
For theatre students Robin Arundel and Taran Waterous, working as research assistants with the Home/Less/Mess theatre project meant applying the skills they acquired in the TRU theatre program to a new and challenging context.
Leading up to her keynote address at International Days, genocide survivor and activist Clemantine Wamariya talks with the Newsroom about her fight for human rights and how she inspires others to make a difference.