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A Master of Nursing student at the University of Prince Edward Island is seeking participants for a research study about living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new study argues there is still time to stabilize the Greenland ice sheet before climate change melts it forever—but the clock is ticking for us to take action.
In a message to faculty and staff, the interim Vice-President Academic and Research and the Vice-President Administration and Finance announced the re-introduction of mandatory masking in indoor public spaces, effective September 8, 2021.
Welcome back! The UPEI Panthers are back and ready to play for the 2021–2022 AUS season. Don’t miss a second of the action! Buy season tickets for your favourite sport today!
The last time a St. Francis Xavier University graduate and cross-country runner was accepted into UPEI’s esteemed Atlantic Veterinary College, the Panthers’ cross-country team captured Atlantic University Sport (AUS) bronze.
After AUS all-star Kameron Kielly decided to go pro in 2020–21, the UPEI Men’s Hockey Panthers lost firepower. But Panthers head coach Forbes MacPherson is hoping his latest recruit can help fill that void.
In a message to students, Donna Sutton, Associate Vice-President of Students and Registrar, outlined the new mandatory requirement for students, staff, and faculty to be vaccinated by October 18, 2021.
In a message to faculty and staff, President Abd-El-Aziz announced that UPEI has implemented mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations for students, staff, and faculty. The Associate Vice-President of Students and Registrar issued a similar message directly to students.
The Three Oaks Senior High Female Athlete of the Year—Emily McKenna—is joining the UPEI Panthers. And she’s doing it as a rugby player.
In a message to the campus community, interim Vice-President Academic and Research Dr. Kathy Gottschall-Pass confirmed that program delivery for the fall academic semester will be primarily in-person.