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President Abd-El-Aziz sent a message to the University community on June 12, 2020 in advance of the start of Stage Two in UPEI's Operational Ease-Back Plan, which begins on June 15, and the release of information to students about the 2020 Fall Academic Semester.
The Government of Prince Edward Island announced the results of the 2020 PEI Book Awards this weekend, and three of the winning books have ties to the University of Prince Edward Island.
In the June 5 Message from the President, President Abd-El-Aziz updated members of the University community about details for Stage Two in UPEI's Operational Ease-Back Plan, which begins on June 15, 2020.
PEI writer Marian Bruce has been shortlisted for a 2020 Atlantic Book Award for her book Listening for the Dead Bells.
Monitoring of the bat population in Atlantic Canada has begun for the 2020 summer season. Members of the public can help by calling 1-833-434-BATS (2287) to report sightings of bats in Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. Callers will receive up-to-date and accurate information about bat-related topics, including general bat biology and ecology, bats and human health, bats in buildings, and bat conservation.
The University of Prince Edward Island community shares the dismay felt around the world at the racism that continues to exist in today’s society, and the resulting violence that is occurring while people gather in peaceful protest to try to combat it.
Researchers from UPEI’s Health and Wellness Centre and the Department of Applied Human Sciences are looking for 120 to 140 people on Prince Edward Island to participate in a free lifestyle intervention program called CHANGE.
In the May 29 Message from the President, President Abd-El-Aziz updated members of the university community about the first week of Stage One in UPEI's Operational Ease-Back Plan.
Researchers at the University of Prince Edward Island are seeking volunteers to participate in an interactive mapping project about rural land use change on PEI over the past 50 years.