Do rent banks work in addressing homelessness?
Are biosolids a viable long-term solution for soil development on mine tailings?
Is it possible to use modern technology to teach children an ancient and endangered language?
These are but a few of the research questions raised in Knowledge that Expires, TRU’s annual report on research and graduate studies. The third annual report is available for download.
The publication highlights world-class research conducted by faculty members across all disciplines. The university has steadily built its research capacity, shown by the growth and depth of the 2015 annual report.
“This is just a small sample of the wonderful research and cultural inquiry that is taking place at TRU, and showcases the rich range of projects that are being conducted across our faculties,” said Troy Fuller, director of research and graduate studies.
“We are so proud of TRU’s research accomplishments, and this is a great way to celebrate the work being done by faculty, as well as graduate and undergraduate student researchers.”