Our team is working hard in preparation for tomorrow, the first day of the law school appeal process in B.C. We’re asking the court to protect our freedom as well as future TWU School of Law graduates. Looking for details? Follow our live updates from the courtroom on Twitter @TWULawSchool and read reviews of each day’s proceedings on twulawschool.tumblr.com. Read more about tomorrow's hearing in the link in our bio. #twulaw
An e-tablet to help reduce suffering for those with life-limiting illness?
It’s a four-year, 1.75 million project, headed up by TWU professor Rick Sawatzky. The tool will help communication between palliative patients and their caregivers with the hope of reducing their suffering. “It can help people to live comfortably at home while preventing acute situations that may involve hospitalization and over-prescription of medication, and eventually undue suffering,” says Sawatzky. Read more by following the link in our bio. #wearetwu #healthcare #patientcare
"It's about bringing awareness to the fact that this is going on right here. It's not just girls in foreign countries who are being trafficked like this." First-year Spartan, Mariah Perry, took one trip to Liberia and knew she had to start creating awareness for sex-trafficking. She started with a high school project, Tour of Impressions, and is now partnering with Whatcom County Coalition Group to keep the momentum going. More of her story can be found in the link on our bio! #wearetwu
Head abroad with Charlotte and Dr. David Squires to talk inspiration, theatre, and travel studies. Want the full video? Visit twu.ca/twulife. Clickable link in bio! #TWULife #morethanacampus #TWUfamily #wearetwu #ilovethisplace