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UPEI is excited to participate once again in the Bell Let's Talk campaign as part of our year-round efforts to build a culture of care that nurtures and celebrates the mental health and wellness of everyone in the UPEI ‘family’.
You might think a conversation at your local coffee shop or at the hockey rink is just something you do in passing, but recent research done by the Institute of Island Studies (IIS) at UPEI says there is more to it than that.
The University of Prince Edward Island’s Climate Research Lab, in coordination with ClimateSense, have launched a new series of short videos exploring the impacts of climate change on Prince Edward Island and the adaptation strategies being implemented by Prince Edward Islanders.
The first David Currie Jr. Panther Co-Educational Hockey Awards for Perseverance and Resolve were recently presented to Faith Steeves (UPEI Women’s Hockey) and Matt Brassard (UPEI Men’s Hockey).
The next UPEI Writer-in-Residence will be Jay Ruzesky.
UPEI is proud to announce 87 of its student athletes in the 2019–2020 season have been named U SPORTS Academic All-Canadians.
The entire UPEI community was saddened to learn of the passing of UPEI Bachelor of Education student Cheryl Young on January 6, 2021.
In this article, UPEI provides a brief update on the construction of the Canadian Centre for Climate Change and Adaptation in St. Peter's Bay.
The entire UPEI community was saddened by the recent passing of Dr. Larry Clark, adjunct professor of Economics. The Faculty of Arts contributed a few words in memory of their friend and colleague.
The next presentation in the Institute of Island Studies’ Island Lecture Series will feature Irish researcher Rory McCabe, Centre for Irish Studies, National University of Ireland (NUI) Galway, via Zoom on January 19, at 1 pm AST. McCabe will discuss the role and importance of music-making in island community life and vitality.