Research and Graduate Studies
Engaging in undergraduate research will increase your academic and professional success, and enhance your ability to think critically, ask tough questions and search for compelling answers. At TRU, there are opportunities for all students to participate in undergraduate research, so plot your course, and start your journey!
Research News and Events
Date: August 23, 8:30am - August 24, 1:30pm
Location: Off Campus
Join Dr. Helen Sword, a leading authority on academic writing, and Scott White, Editor, The Conversation Canada for this writing workshop.
Date: September 4, 10:30am - 12:15pm
Location: Main Library
Graduate students are encouraged to come mix and mingle, meet faculty and staff, and discover all the resources available to them.
Date: September 21, 9:00am - 1:30pm
Location: International Building (IB)
Join the Office of Research and Graduate Studies for ResearchDay, "New Visions for Community-Driven Research."
Date: March 29 - All Day
Repeated Dates: Mar 30
Location: Various locations on campus
Learn more about the research conducted and being conducted by undergraduate students from a range of schools and faculties on campus.
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