The UPEI Panther Subway Athletes of the Week for the week of September 14-20 are Alyssa Ferguson, Field Hockey, and Harminder Singh, Men’s Soccer.
The University of Prince Edward Island is initiating a new project in response to the ongoing crisis and conflict in Syria. The 'UPEI Syrian Student Project', led by UPEI’s International Relations Office (IRO) and the Robertson Library, will support up to ten students currently living in Syria who are unable to continue their studies due to conflict. The UPEI Syrian Student Project will provide...
The UPEI Panther Subway Athletes of the Week for the week of September 7–13 are Danielle Younker, Women’s Soccer, and Brett Strba, Men’s Soccer. UPEI Athletics and Recreation showcases these talented athletes to recognize their hard work and dedication to their respective sports. UPEI Athletes of the Week are also nominated to Atlantic University Sport and Canadian Interuniversity Sport for possible recognition in the region and/or country.
The University of Prince Edward Island marked a milestone on September 10 when the School of Sustainable Design Engineering welcomed 12 students into the third year of study for its new Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Design Engineering degree program. The first-ever, third-year cohort was part of an orientation day for all engineering students at Greenwich, Prince Edward Island National Park.
University of Prince Edward Island Director of Athletics and Recreation Chris Huggan is excited to introduce Mike Peterson, Stanley Chaisson, Jen Nicholson, and Rob MacKenzie as the coaching staff for UPEI’s varsity Cross-Country and Track and Field Club. All four individuals bring a wealth of experience in the sport.
Seventeen years after the first North Atlantic Forum (NAF) was hosted in Charlottetown, UPEI’s Institute of Island Studies and Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation (CRRF) are pleased to invite Islanders to the 10th NAF and 27th CRRF conference—Building Community Resilience: Innovation, Culture, and Governance in Place—in partnership with the City of Summerside.
The degrowth community presentations and workshops—to be held in Souris, Charlottetown, Breadalbane and Summerside between September 13 and 18—will introduce community leaders and interested citizens to the AHAH! process, which has been used worldwide to stimulate human-scaled, community-based economic activities.
The UPEI community, led by the Institute of Island Studies, celebrated today the launch of a new publication about the creative side of enterprise in small island states and territories. Entrepreneurship in Small Island States and Territories documents the considerable resourcefulness these islands and territories display in facing the challenges of size, scale and peripherality.
A fall tradition that dates back to 1988 will continue this September as students at the Atlantic Veterinary College open the doors for AVC Open House. The free family-friendly event will be held on Saturday, September 26, from 10 am to 2 pm.
Leading off this season’s Winter’s Tales Author Reading Series is First Nations poet Anna Marie Sewell.