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Barbara Jane Brewster, a PhD student in UPEI’s Faculty of Education, has been awarded a doctoral fellowship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).
Students from the UPEI Faculty of Business recently competed in the Enactus Canada Regional Exposition.
His was not the typical path to the NHL. But then again, Joel Ward is not your typical hockey player.
The Robertson Library, in cooperation with UPEI President Emeritus H. Wade MacLauchlan, is offering a free download of the ebook and audiobook versions of MacLauchlan’s biography of Premier Alex B. Campbell.
The backfield of UPEI women’s soccer team will look vastly different now that Danielle Younker and Jennifer Balderston have completed their fifth year of eligibility.
The National Day of Mourning, or Workers’ Mourning Day, originated in Canada in 1984 and is now observed annually in over 100 countries on April 28 to honour the memory of those who have been injured or killed on the job.
The Atlantic Veterinary College at the University of Prince Edward Island has stepped up to the fight against the COVID-19 virus through its people, technology, and professional services.
A Message from the President, updating students and other members of the UPEI community on several COVID-19 measures was issued to students, staff, and faculty on April 23, 2020.
Island Studies Press has published a new memoir by retired UPEI professor Hung-Min Chiang.
In a league driven by phenomenal guard play, the UPEI Panthers have added two more players hoping to leave their mark with the reigning AUS champions.