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Monday, March 8 2021
TRU arts alum Jim Reilly recently published his second biography, Steinberger: A Story of Creativity and Design.
Wednesday, February 17 2021
A mother and daughter living in Mumbai, India, are studying with TRU by distance until they can come over in person.
Tuesday, January 19 2021
In a year when connecting with others has been a challenge, the organizers of TRU's Philosophy, History and Politics Undergraduate Conference faced a dilemma: cancel, or hold it virtually.
Thursday, January 14 2021
Dr. Liam Mitchell (BA‘04) is interested in research on the relationship between video games and their broader cultural and political significance.
Monday, January 4 2021
Arts grad Luke Kernan has turned his passion for research into a unique career path.
Saturday, January 2 2021
Travelling for work, school, pleasure or any combination of the three can have a significant impact on one’s life. It certainly did for TRU alum Dr. Dan Connolly.
Monday, December 7 2020
While most people eventually leave the toys and mementos of childhood behind them, innovative thinking TRU philosophy professor Jeff McLaughlin incorporated comic books into his career.
Tuesday, November 17 2020
Thompson Rivers University (TRU) English Professor George Johnson released his first children’s picture book "How Hope Became an Activist" in October through UK publisher Dixi Books.
Tuesday, November 3 2020
Joceline Anderson's book, Stars and Silhouettes, published last month. She presents a virtual lecture on Nov. 4 to discuss her research on the history of the cameo role in film.
Monday, November 2 2020
Dr. Lindsey McKay is part of a national research team recommending that Canada keep its national eligibility requirements for EI benefits like parental leave low, post-pandemic.
Date: September 25, 9:00am - 3:00pm Location: No location specified
This symposium hopes to assess Canada’s policy preferences within the Indo-Pacific region and asks how prepared Ottawa is.