A chronological list of UPEI media releases. Enter keywords in the "search" box to find applicable releases.
With financial support from a major donor, the Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island, will expand its diagnostic imaging capacity with the addition of a magnetic resonance imagining (MRI) scanner.
Congratulations to Karen Yetman, AVC Class of 2023, who placed first in the veterinary division of the 20th annual American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Animal Welfare Assessment Contest, which took place virtually on November 20 and 21.
The UPEI community extends its deepest condolences to the family, friends, and colleagues of Dr. Hung Min "Min" Chiang, retired professor of psychology, who passed away suddenly on November 24, 2020 at his home in Stratford, PEI.
Student success is at the heart of everything we do. Thank you for considering designating your GivingTuesday gift to the University of Prince Edward Island.
A number of UPEI students are among 32 recipients of $5,000 awards from the Canadian Alliance for Skills and Training in Life Sciences (CASTL).
UPEI will be hosting a virtual Shad program in July 2021, and we are looking for staff or faculty who might be interested in getting involved.
A message about pre-travel requirements and recent travel updates from the Associate Vice-President of Students and Registrar was distributed to students on November 26, 2020.
Dr. Kathy Gottschall-Pass, interim Vice-President Academic and Research, sent an email to students, faculty, and staff following a special meeting of the University Senate about changes to the 2021 Winter Academic Semester.
Jackie Podger, UPEI Vice-President Administration and Finance, announced in a message to the campus community that, with the completion of a recent search process, Jane Vessey has been appointed the University’s new Director of Athletics and Recreation, effective November 23, 2020, for a five-year term.
Bat populations have been under siege in recent years because of the deadly white-nose syndrome, but researchers on Prince Edward Island got some good news earlier this fall. The eastern red bat (Lasiurus borealis), a species not previously identified in the province, has been recorded in the PEI National Park.