Dr. Frank (Hein) Schaper, Chemistry Department, University of Montreal will present a seminar on Monday, January 14 at 12:30 pm. Dr. Schaper’s presentation is entitled “Complex Geometry and Catalyst Performance in Rac-lactide Polymerizatin with Diketiminate Complexes.”
The seminar will be held in Room 128 in the KC Irving Chemistry Centre.
The UPEI Accounting Office will be closed until 1:00 pm on Monday, January
14 in order to process all second semester tuition charges. Campus
faculty and staff are encouraged to use the drop boxes located outside the
Accounting Office or within Procurement Services during this time.
Manager, Accounting Office
Join us Wednesday, January 16, for a celebration of the culture of writing
and publishing from UPEI’s Faculty of Arts. We’ll launch eight new books by
six authors/editors that were published in 2012. The event begins at 4 pm in
the faculty lounge of UPEI’s Main Building. Books will be available for
purchase and signing.
For more information, including details on each book, author, or editor,
"Bridges to prosperity"
The Globe and Mail, in this article about the role of bridges in tourism
and regional economies, speaks with Dr. Godfrey Baldacchino, UPEI's Canada
Research Chair in Island Studies
"P.E.I. abortion policy infringes on rights: study "CBC PEI speaks with Dr.
Colleen MacQuarrie, associate professor of psychology at UPEI, about PEI
UPEI’s International Relations Office invites you to attend our inaugural International Coffee House featuring music from UPEI’s own international students, and Ten Strings and a Goat Skin.
Light refreshments will be served, courtesy of Chartwell's.
Date: January 18
Time: 6:30-9:30 pm
Place: The Pit (Robertson Library)
Please join the Department of Psychology for the next lecture in
the 2012-13 Fiona Papps Colloquium Series.
When: Friday, January 11
Where: Memorial 215
Time: 3:00 pm
Dr. Colleen MacQuarrie will present her talk entitled "Feminist
Liberation Psychology: What do reproductive justice, leaving violent
relationships, and teen parenting have in common?"
A reception will follow in the Department of Psychology lounge,
Memorial Hall 213, at 4:00 pm.
Collin Arens, Department of Biomedical Sciences will give a seminar
entitled "Sub-lethal effects of oil sands development on white sucker
(Catostomus commersonii) in the Athabasca watershed" on Tuesday,
January 15 at 1:30 pm in AVC, Lecture Theatre "C".
Everyone is welcome.