Welcome to TRU Sites
TRU Sites is a WordPress platform for faculty, staff and students at Thompson Rivers University. You can create your own public website for personal, research, project or department use.
How do I sign up?
Submit a project request to the Marketing and Communications department. Select ‘new website’ and tell us as much as you can about what you’re hoping to do.
I have questions!
Send your questions to email@example.com
Is there online documentation for how to use WordPress?
Yes! You can learn the basics right here.
What kind of websites are hosted here?
Below is a list of sites currently maintained:
The Viridian Life, Musings of an academic naturalist
Ila Crawford’s Fine Art Blog, Around the Art School at Thompson Rivers University
Emotion Science Lab, Catherine Ortner is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Thompson Rivers University.
Climate Change Toolkit, Community Level Adaption to Climate Change
A Day for Learning at TRU, On December 7th, 2012, a group of educators at Thompson Rivers University convened off-campus to to discuss the changing landscape of learning.
Undergraduate Research and Innovation Conference, Thompson Rivers University’s annual undergraduate research conference
Richard’s Stuff, mostly audio-related ephemera. and some other Stuff.
Karl Larsen, Wildlife research at Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada
Naowarat (Ann) Cheeptham, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences
Dr. Cindy L James, Senior Coordinator, Assessment Centre
44 Lenin Avenue, A researcher’s journey to Siberia
Applied Sustainable Ranching, What’s happening in the Applied Sustainable Ranching Program
Courtney Mason, Rural Livelihoods and Sustainable Communities
Children and the Law Laboratory, Heather Price — Thompson Rivers University
Dr. Lyn Baldwin, plant ecologist with research focused on applied questions regarding plants and their conservation
Dr. Jenni Karl, Brain & Behaviour Lab, We investigate how different sensory modalities such as vision, touch, and proprioception contribute to various perceptual and motor abilities in humans.
Dr. Robert J. Higgins: Research Page, the Ants of British Columbia
Louis A. Gosselin, PhD, Marine invertebrate ecology
GeoX lab explores environmental sensing technology and data mining and modelling solutions to inform adaptive management of natural resources systems
Dr. Qinglin Roger Yu, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Dr. Nelaine Mora-Diez, Computational Chemistry Group
Dr. Jonathan D. Van Hamme, Department of Biological Sciences
Jim Hu, PhD, the Bitter Sweetness of Learning to Write Academic English: An Anthology of ESL Students’ Essays
James Hoffman, Theatre in British Columbia
Dr. Alvine Boaye Belle, Department of Software Engineering
Waleed Ejaz, PhD, P.Eng., Department of Applied Science & Engineering