The creation of a culture of inclusion in all aspects of university work and life.
Enhanced inclusion of intercultural learning within curriculum, teaching and service.
|Student perceptions and opportunities for intercultural learning, as indicated by NSSE scores of fourth year students.||Prior year: 62.6%
TRU will engage in Indigenous, regional, national, and global learning through teaching, learning, knowledge, research and creative practice.
Increased participation in Indigenous, internationalization, and interculturalization initiatives.
|Three-year average number of enrolments in courses or programs with Indigenous, international, or intercultural content.||Prior year: 2,630
|Participation in workshops with an intercultural or Indigenous focus, such as intercultural development, and interculturalizing/indigenizing the curriculum.||Prior year: 2,921
|Number of students, staff, and faculty accessing mobility programs.||Prior year: 130