UPEI Stories

Eagle Release by Mi’kmaq Elder
An eagle nursed back to health at UPEI's Atlantic Veterinary College Wildlife Service was released into the wild by Mi’kmaq elder Junior Peter-Paul recently.
Access to success: UPEI helps students achieve their goals
A fourth-year UPEI student diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder reflects on her experiences with UPEI Accessibility Services supports.
The Arts Review
The UPEI Arts Review was first published in 2012, and is the only student-led print publication on campus.
Design Clinic Profile: Aspin Kemp & Associates
How Design Engineering students captured the complexities of a drilling platform in a office-sized display
Ice cream for a cause
UPEI teams up with COWS Ice Cream and Canadian Mental Health Association to raise funds and awareness.
Better than travel: Cameron's work term in Germany
Cameron Hastie's interest in German culture and history made him want to visit the country. UPEI gave him the opportunity to do that and more through a study-abroad term and a work term with an industry giant.
Vibrant space, new outlook
The Annual Fund, administered by the Department of Development and Alumni Engagement, receives unrestricted donations from generous alumni, friends, faculty and staff who are keen to invest in UPEI and its students. Redeveloping the offices of The Cadre was a good fit.
SSDE students design gravitational cars
First-year students in UPEI's School of Sustainable Design Engineering recently designed and developed gravity-powered cars for a class assignment.
Smaller campus, more support
Erica Buchanan started her postsecondary education at a university with more than 30,000 other students. But after four years of undergraduate training, she wanted something different for her nursing degree, and she found that at UPEI.
Rocky's Gift
For 15 years, the man preparing free meals for students during exams was Rocky Paquet.


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