The Atlantic Veterinary College is seeking nominations for its 2018 Atlantic Award of Excellence in Veterinary Medicine and Animal Care. Nominations are due on January 31, 2019.
The next presentation in the Island Studies Lecture Series will examine the importance and popularity of astronomy on the Big Island of Hawai’i.
In addition to the long-standing thesis option, students will be able to take one of two course and work-study-based specializations in Island Tourism or Sustainable Island Communities. Both programs begin in September of 2019.
Congratulations to Carolina Del Santo and Gabe Guertler, the UPEI Panther Subway Athletes of the Week for January 7 to 13!
Dr. Ian Dohoo, professor emeritus of epidemiology, has been appointed to the Order of Canada. He received the honour for his contributions to veterinary and human epidemiology in developed and developing countries.
The decision to close UPEI due to weather is not made lightly. However, in weather situations where the potential risk to UPEI’s students and employees as well as property, are high, the University may close, meaning classes and exams are cancelled and services are reduced. In 2017, a new University Closure Policy was approved by the UPEI Board of Governors and endorsed by the University Senate. The policy and associated University Closure Procedures help guide senior management in making decisions about storm closures and how to communicate them.
Congratulations to Karla Yepez and Jamesly Jerome, the UPEI Panther Subway Athletes of the Week for January 1 to 6!
The Island Studies Lecture Series January lecture returns with Dr. Margôt Maddison-MacFadyen, speaking on the topic, “To be free is very sweet”: The story of Mary Prince, a West Indian slave.
The Panthers kick off the New Year with an exciting mix of home games this weekend.
Despite a New Year's Day storm, hundreds of UPEI faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends attended the University's annual New Year's Levee. UPEI’s version of the social event—held at the Faculty of Sustainable Design Engineering building—proved yet again to be a popular stop for levee-goers, and, with the inclement weather, led to participants staying a bit longer to mingle, given that a number of levees were cancelled.