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KPU’s Media and Communications team provides support to the university in the form of media advisories, news releases, and general media relations.

We facilitate media enquiries and data requests for Canada’s only polytechnic university. If you are a member of the media, we can help you tell your story.

  • Our Directory of Experts is a searchable database of KPU academics who can speak on topics that are relevant to your readers, viewers, listeners, and followers. Check back often because new experts are added regularly;
  • Media releases are issued frequently and archived;
  • Our Flickr page provides images and graphics from current and past media events, topics and issues;
  • Follow @KPUMedia on Twitter for all the latest news, and sign up for our RSS feed so you never miss an item;
  • Enrolment statistics, demographic information, and other routine data is available from the university’s Institutional Analysis and Planning department.

Contacts
David Connop Price
Manager, Media and Communications
t: 604-599-2840
c: 236-880-3323
david.connopprice@kpu.ca

10/10/2018 - 10:23
KDocs is Kwantlen Polytechnic University's documentary film festival

Burns Bog once covered 10,000 to 12,000 acres. Today, with industrial development and agricultural use, only 5,000 acres remain in the ecological conservancy...

10/03/2018 - 10:21
Joel Melnyk composed the new convocation music for KPU.

A recent graduate of Kwantlen Polytechnic University is giving back to his alma mater by composing an original piece of music for upcoming convocations. The...

10/01/2018 - 14:18
Trees planted at Logan Creek Floodplain at KPU Langley.

Langley, B.C. – A new cohort of students has taken up the challenge of indigenizing and revitalizing the Logan Creek Floodplain around KPU’s Langley campus.

09/28/2018 - 14:42
Dr. Alan Davis gives opening remarks at Spruce Building opening

Future scientists, health professionals and artists wi

09/27/2018 - 12:23
Aaron Throness explains how studying Mandarin has helped him with educational and job prospectives.

Aaron Throness was in Grade 5 when he felt inspired to learn Mandarin.

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