The development of a South-of-the-Fraser community conflict resolution system and domestic violence court would help reduce violence against women in
Two KPU students have developed an app that could revolutionize health care in Surrey: A tracking system with the ability to map and log patient movements.
KPU accounting students’ business skills won them second place in the province-wide CPA Rival Case Competition at UBC-Okanagan.
The 19th Western Canadian Conference on Computing Education 2014 (WCCCE 2014), hosted by the Computer Science and Information Technology Department of the
The Surrey and Richmond campus libraries will be open continuously, 24x7 December 9 through December 18. Correct - 24 hours of continuous library access!!
Student Life and Development is proud to honor the contributions to KPU Spirit and Pride of two more Eagle Spirit Awardees for November, Jake Starheim (Arts)
Metro Vancouver, B.C. – Three of Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s “breakthrough” designers will get to see their designs on the runway at Montreal Fashion
Metro Vancouver, B.C. – KPU Distinguished Alumni Award winner Chris McCue was recently presented with a 2013 TechGREEN Award for his company’s contributions to
Metro Vancouver, B.C. – KPU is pleased to welcome David Kent as the university’s new director of athletics and recreation.
Metro Vancouver, B.C. — On a visit to Somalia in 2008, Mohamed Ahmed was struck by what he saw: