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Tree program bolsters Coolest School status

TRU has launched its Campus Tree Program that gets volunteers to plant and nurture trees across campus.

CBC Kamloops | TRU instructor weighs in on misinformation and COVID-19

Sept. 22, 2021

Fall 2021 Virtual Convocation

Convocation throwing caps

TRU is hosting a virtual Fall Convocation celebration on Friday, October 8.

Vancouver Sun | B.C. must shore up risk-crisis communications before, during, after wildfires: report

Sept. 22, 2021

CFJC Today | Federal election “a success of all the opposition parties:” TRU political expert

Sept. 21, 2021

Academica | TRU faculty working group creates statement on Academic Freedom

Sept. 22, 2021

TRU study offers suggestions to improve wildfire communications

A study of BC’s wildfire communications practices during the 2017-18 seasons by TRU experts suggests revisiting existing approaches.

First Friends Feast

Geared towards all new-to-TRU students, this is an opportunity to meet the staff at Cplul’kw’ten.  Attendees will learn about spaces, support systems, and the Elder in the House and Indigenous Student mentor programs.

Publishing your Research: Tips and Tricks

There are an overwhelming number of options for publishing that article that you are working on. It can be hard to narrow it down, especially with the additional pressures of publishing Open Access, worrying about questionable publishers, and paying steep article processing charges. Learn some tips and tricks on how to navigate this with scholarly...

Living a Financially Healthy Life

The majority of students at the post-secondary level have entered, very quickly, the world of financial costs, responsibilities, planning, spending, debt, credit cards and so much more. Most will not have had any preparation in public school for these financial challenges and responsibilities – a situation we hope to change going forward. This fall, TRU...

Investing Basics

The majority of students at the post-secondary level have entered, very quickly, the world of financial costs, responsibilities, planning, spending, debt, credit cards and so much more. Most will not have had any preparation in public school for these financial challenges and responsibilities – a situation we hope to change going forward.   This fall, TRU...

Orange Shirt event

Wear an orange shirt and join the Office of Indigenous Education to remember and honour residential school survivors.

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Research virtual session

This 90-minute virtual session will include foundations of why it is important to include aspects of equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) in your research, from the development phase through to dissemination. Participants can expect to learn: The case for EDI in research A brief overview of the foundations of EDI How aspects of diversity impact...

Indigenous Book Club

Please join Indigenous Education and Indigenous Student Development for a review of some books related to residential schools in Canada. 

AWT Presents: The Water Engine by David Mamet

The TRU Actors Workshop Theatre (AWT) will be premiering the first show of their 2021/2022 season on September 30, 2021, and audiences are welcome to attend “The Water Engine” by David Mamet, directed by Wesley Eccleston. “The Water Engine is extraordinary! Mamet reinvents radio with his typical pointillistic brilliance, emotion and magic.” -The New York Times “The...

The Province | Analysis: Justin Trudeau and the parable of the foolish prince

Sept. 20, 2021

KamloopsNow | TRU ranked as one of the ‘coolest schools’ by Sierra Club for third year in a row

Sept. 18, 2021

Kamloops This Week | Terry Kading on episode 16 of Kamloops Last Week

Sept. 17, 2021

Castanet Kamloops | Faculty drive TRU’s first academic freedom statement

Sept. 17, 2021

Radio NL | Tom Pypker on the after effects of wildfires

Sept. 16, 2021

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