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|Description:||awarded to a graduating student whose academic standing has improved the most, compared to his or her entering grades at UPEI during his/her 4 or 5 years of study.|
|Background:||Under the leadership of past president, H. Wade MacLauchlan, the University of Prince Edward Island demonstrated our University's capacity to employ brains, ambition, and talent -enhanced by education-to challenge ourselves, to aim for the "next level up," and to succeed against standards of competitive excellence. In the spirit of his example, the University of Prince Edward Island is proud to establish the H. Wade MacLauchlan Raised Expectations Awards, new entrance awards at UPEI recognizing selected students who demonstrate the greatest academic improvement during their grade 10 to 12 school years and who go on to study at UPEI. In the same spirit the University has created the H. Wade MacLauchlan Raised Expectations Medal to be awarded to the UPEI graduate whose academic standing has improved the most compared with his or her entrance grades.|
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