Chemistry converts garbage to gold
Dr. Kingsley Donkor has been awarded a $350,000 Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Collaborative Research and Development Grant (CRD) for his research program that is designed to turn waste into fertilizer.
TRU goes platinum in Environmental Sustainability
TRU is on the top of the world when it comes to global sustainability initiatives and achievements, reaching platinum standing in STARS.
Applied Sustainable Ranching Program is the first of its kind in BC
During this program, students will gain the expertise to build and sustain ranching enterprises within BC’s ranching industry and apply that knowledge to agricultural businesses in any region.
10 Reasons to fall in love with Kamloops
Great coffee, beautifully preserved nature, so many fun things to do, and amazing welcoming people – now you can have an idea of why it is so easy to fall in love with this city!
TRU Law alumni to be published in Harvard Law journal
Karen Perry and Madison Steenson received an offer to publish their paper The Legal Impact of Brexit on the English Premier League from not one, but two academic journals.
Wolfpack joins the “You Can Play” initiative
The Wolfpack has officially announced their affiliation with the You Can Play program which supports lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer/questioning and two-spirit (LGBTQ2S+) members of the community.
Students from Vancouver visit TRU during the Fall 2018 Experience Tour
On October 26th, over 30 students and representatives from partner English schools visited TRU for an Experience Bus Tour.
Industrial Training and Technology Centre officially open for learning
TRU’s new Industrial Training and Technology Centre was officially opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on September 26th.
International Building newest addition: Jade Chinese dragon boat
Anyone visiting the third floor of the International Building will be awed by a carved jade dragon boat donated by Claire and Robert Murphy.
A new journey begins for Fall graduates
Hundreds of new TRU grads gathered with family and friends at the Tournament Capital Centre to celebrate their accomplishments.