The Atlantic Veterinary College (AVC) honoured the late Dr. Brian Hill, a founding faculty member, with the 2016 Honourable Eugene F. Whelan Green Hat Award for his contributions to the early development of the College.
The University of Prince Edward Island is pleased to announce that a pension agreement has been ratified with all of the unions. The final step in the approval of the pension agreement happened last night when UPEI’s Board of Governors approved the agreement.
UPEI’s Executive MBA program offers a high-quality learning experience for working business professionals.
Every week, UPEI Athletics and Recreation recognizes two student-athletes for their hard work and dedication to their respective sports. Congratulations to Jenna Mae Ellsworth (Women’s Basketball) and Tyler Scott (Men’s Basketball), the UPEI Panther Subway Athletes of the week for October 31-November 6!
The University of Prince Edward Island and the University of Prince Edward Island Faculty Association (UPEIFA) are pleased to announce that a collective agreement has been reached.
The University and the UPEIFA, Bargaining Unit #1 representing faculty members, librarians, sessional instructors, and clinical nursing instructors have reached an agreement for a four-year collective agreement from July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2020.
Research shows most university students believe their friends drink a lot more than they actually do. This leads to the perception that alcohol is a key ingredient to student life. UPEI Athletics and Recreation and the PEI Liquor Control Commission (PEI LCC) are partnering on the Keep it Social campaign to promote responsible alcohol consumption and harm reduction among students.
The Island’s food system will be the topic of a public symposium to be held at UPEI’s Duffy Science Centre Amphitheatre, Room 135, on Monday, November 14, beginning at 7:00 pm.
The University of Prince Edward Island is building on its reputation as one of Canada’s top undergraduate institutions by focusing on international student recruitment as a top priority. According to the Canadian Bureau of International Education, UPEI has led all Canadian universities in international student growth since 2008. One in five UPEI students now comes from outside of Canada. Now, with competition to attract international students increasing around the world, UPEI is upping its recruitment efforts in key international markets, and working to make it easier for international students to stay and work here after they graduate.
The University of Prince Edward Island and the University of Prince Edward Island Faculty Association (UPEIFA) are pleased to announce that a tentative agreement has been reached.