Thompson Rivers University
Thompson Rivers University

Dr. Kingsley Donkor, NSERC Collaborative Research and Development Grant recipient

Research & Graduate Studies

Collaborative. Creative. Innovative.

Research at TRU is making a difference. Many of our most important research discoveries stem from community-based research questions that result in real-life solutions with immediate and far-reaching impact. They influence policy, enrich culture, improve programs and build more vibrant cities. Our faculty are engaged in training the next generation of world-class researchers at both the graduate and undergraduate level.

TRU is one of the province’s leading research universities, and is a proud member of the Research Universities Council of British Columbia.

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Pizza & programming

  Date: November 19, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
  Location: Brown Family House of Learning

Sit with a programming expert to better understand how you can move your research or entrepreneurial concept forward.


AquaHacking Webinar

  Date: November 21, 10:00am - 11:00am
  Repeated Dates: Nov 28
  Location: No location specified

The winning AquaHacking Tech Challenge team can win up to $50,000. Designed for all postsecondary students.


Environmental Science Seminar Series – Echoes of the Ice Age: Diversity in BC’s Canada Jays

  Date: November 21, 4:00pm - 5:00pm
  Location: Ken Lepin Building

A research team is using colour-banding, genetic analysis, sound recording and citizen science to reveal a rich legacy of the Canada Jay.


Respiratory Therapy Primary Care Conference 2020

  Date: March 20 - All Day
  Location: Campus Activity Centre

Join in a fun-filled and informative multidisciplinary learning experience.


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Dr. Rees’s SSHRC-funded research helps to inform science and math education, providing children with a love of discovery and the confidence to ask great questions and look to science for the answers.

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