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BCLC and TRU team up for Technology and Innovation Speaker Series


The exciting world of 3D printing is the focus of the first Technology and Innovation Speaker Series presented by BCLC and Thompson Rivers University on Monday, October 5, 2015.

Print and Image Solutions National Director, Dwanye Mott from Compugen will speak to the rapidly evolving technology of 3D printing and the emerging possibilities that are revolutionizing today’s business world.

Dwayne is a graduate of the University of Waterloo and an industry veteran in the Canadian IT industry. Currently he leads the national print practice at Compugen, a national IT Solutions Provider. During his career Dwayne has held various development, consulting, sales and management roles including building a regional IT service company based in his home town of Guelph, Ontario.

The presentation will begin at 5:00 p.m. in the Mountain Room at TRU’s Campus Activity Centre. Attendance to the event is free and is open to the public.  

Quick Facts

  • Thompson Rivers University educates approximately 26,000 students on campus and online. Students can choose from 140 on-campus programs and 57 Open Learning programs, from trades to traditional academics, certificates to bachelor and graduate degrees, academic as well as professional career paths, plus a growing number of interdisciplinary choices. 
  • Compugen is one of Canada's largest privately-owned and operated IT service providers. They work to address complex challenges with real-world solutions in a uniquely customer-focused manner. To learn more about Compugen please visit


Lynette DuJohn, Chief Information Officer, Vice-President Business Technology, BCLC
“Technology is at the core of our business, and it drives the development of new and creative products. We’re pleased to leverage our relationships with leading edge technology companies in order to bring this speaker series to the community of Kamloops and TRU.”

Dr. Tom Dickinson, Dean Faculty of Science, Thompson Rivers University
“Learning from industry leaders from firms like Compugen is key to the success of technology students at TRU, we are grateful to BCLC for their support of the new Technology and Innovation Speaker Series at TRU.”

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