As India and Pakistan continue to deal with a surge in Covid-19 cases, our thoughts are with students and their families from those regions. Student Services would like to remind students that Counselling Services are available for all RRU students via zoom… Continue Reading →
Changing the Color of the Boardroom For ages 26+ (3-month program) The modern workforce is diverse, yet corporate boards are not. There is an inherent lack of Black women in top leadership positions. At Odihi, we envision a “New Normal”… Continue Reading →
Make the best out of your weekend with RRU Coffee House and Friends for Life as we play a virtual game of Tongue Twister on Friday, April 30, 2021, from 8:30 PM- 9:30 PM (PDT) via Blackboard Collaborate.
Posted on behalf of Dr. Réka Gustafson, Vice President, Public Health and Wellness, PHSA & Deputy Provincial Health Officer Participate in B.C.’s COVID-19 public health survey Share your experiences with the pandemic by participating in the B.C. COVID-19 SPEAK… Continue Reading →
Are you a current Royal Roads student who is passionate about volunteering? Do you want to enrich your learning experience while serving the community? If yes, join the Community Service Leadership Program (CSLP) CSLP is a great opportunity for Royal Roads… Continue Reading →
Hosted by the School of Environment & Sustainability, The Building Back Better webinar series is all about how we can take advantage of the global pause we’ve experienced due to COVID-19 and radically shift and accelerate how we address the most… Continue Reading →
In the seventh episode of our Insights for Action webinar series, join professor Dr. Charles Krusekopf and Dr. Kelly Tremblay as they explore Living, Learning & Earning Longer: Insights from Science. To help optimize the aging journey, Dr. Kelly Tremblay works to bridge the divides between academia,… Continue Reading →
Connect with students from the MA in Environmental Education and Communication program to learn about their award-winning applied research and experience in the program. From classrooms to oceans to the wild backcountry, using social media, art, and innovative pedagogies of increased… Continue Reading →