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Events At TRU: The Next Few Weeks

4th annual LCC Conference

A screen capture of the homepage for the upcoming Language, Culture and Community conference at TRU from July 4 to 7, 2014.

June 10
TRU unveils its latest Economic Impact Study, which looks at Kamloops, the region, and beyond.


June 10
Study Abroad Information Session is an opportunity to learn more about the opportunities to take one or more semesters in another country.


June 11-14
Spring Convocation is the celebration of 2,000 graduates being recognized for completing certificates, diplomas, and degrees. This year will be made up of six ceremonies spanning four days, with all to be held at the Tournament Capital Centre. The

first class to graduate from the Faculty of Law is among the highlights.


June 11
Free weekly Horticulture Gardens tour hosted and guided by TRU Friends of the Gardens.


June 17
Succulent planter workshop is led by a member of the TRU Friends of the Gardens.

http://events.tru.ca/event/2014/succulent-planter-workshop


June 18
Free weekly Horticulture Gardens tour hosted and guided by TRU Friends of the Gardens.


June 19
Town Hall: Strategic Sustainability Plan is an opportunity to have your voice heard in the shaping of the Campus Sustainability Action Plan, which will guide TRU in its environmental sustainability initiatives over the next few years.


June 25
Free weekly Horticulture Gardens tour hosted and guided by TRU Friends of the Gardens.


July 1
TRU campus closed for Canada Day.


July 2
Free weekly Horticulture Gardens tour hosted and guided by TRU Friends of the Gardens.


July 4-7
The fourth annual International Research Institute Language, Culture and Community Conference highlights the scholarly activities of the faculty, students, and international partners associated with the Faculty of Human, Social, and Educational Development at TRU.




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