Below is a message from President Abd-El-Aziz that was issued to the campus community.
Dear students and members of the campus community,
As our days gradually get shorter, and with the announcement of Prime Minister Trudeau’s cabinet last week, we continue to reflect on the longest election campaign in modern Canadian history.
Dr. Roger Gordon, retired UPEI professor, former Dean of Science, and author will join members of the MacLauchlan family and the UPEI campus community to celebrate the achievements of students, faculty, and staff at the fourth annual MacLauchlan Prizes for Effective Writing Celebration.
The Celebration will take place on Friday, November 13 at 1:30 pm in Schurman Market Square, Don and Marion McDougall Hall.
The UPEI Panther Subway Athletes of the Week for the week of November 2-8 are Anne Kiberd, Women’s Basketball and Tyler Scott, Men’s Basketball.
The UPEI Women’s Basketball Panthers will look a little different from the team that lost in the Atlantic University Sport (AUS) championship game last spring.
A total of eight new faces will sport the green and white in an effort to bring championship glory to UPEI.
To learn more about this exciting opportunity in business graduate studies, UPEI’s School of Business invites you to attend one of the following information sessions. Learn more about the program and application process, have your questions answered, and meet with staff from the School of Business.
Prince Edward Island lost an average of 46 centimetres of coastline to the sea last year, according to the results of a new annual study conducted by the University of Prince Edward Island’s Climate Research Lab.
With a high-octane offence fueled and ready to go, the UPEI Men’s Basketball Panthers are hoping to capture that elusive Atlantic University Sport (AUS) championship.
For fifth-year coach Tim Kendrick, adding tough, gritty players that fit his style of play may be the answer he’s been looking for.
Four University of Prince Edward Island Rugby players were recognized on the national sport stage tonight at the CIS All-Canadian Banquet held in Kingston, Ontario in conjunction with the 2015 CIS Rugby Championship.
Dr. Tina Saksida, an assistant professor of management in the UPEI School of Business, was a speaker in the Professional Development Workshop (PDW) entitled “Change the World, Teach Evidence-Based Management” that won the 2015 Best PDW Award in the Management Education & Development division of the Academy of Management annual conference. The award was sponsored by ASFOR (the Italian Association for Management Development).
The UPEI Panther Subway Athletes of the Week for October 26-November 1 are Jerika Gimpel, Women’s Soccer, and Darcy Ashley, Men’s Hockey.
UPEI Athletics and Recreation selects these talented athletes to recognize their hard work and dedication to their respective sports.