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The Atlantic Veterinary College (AVC) at the University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI), with support from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), hosted its first NSERC Day in Veterinary Medicine on Saturday, November 26.
Dr. Nebojsa Kujundzic, professor of philosophy at the University of Prince Edward Island and affiliate professor at the University of Malta, delivered an opening keynote lecture and chaired two sessions at a conference in Valletta, Malta, on November 17.
UPEI Panthers Men’s Hockey holiday gift packs are now available for purchase at the Eastlink Centre Box Office. The gift pack offers a great deal to watch one of the country's best hockey teams compete for an AUS title and a national championship.
The UPEI Panthers will be well represented when the U SPORTS men’s hockey all-stars compete against Canada’s national junior team selection camp hopefuls this weekend.
In this latest update, the University notified the campus community that conciliation meetings between the University and UPEI FA will resume on December 8.
UPEI Alumni Canada Games Place rang with cheers and laughter on Friday, December 1, as students in the Faculty of Sustainable Design Engineering’s sparred off against each other in a go-cart-style car race.
In a campus message, President Keefe encouraged community members to wear purple ribbons to raise awareness about violence against women and children, to consider those for whom violence is a daily reality, and to remember those who have died as a result of it.
Every week, UPEI Athletics and Recreation recognizes two student-athletes for their achievements and contributions to their respective sports. With no women’s games on the schedule this past week, one UPEI Panther Subway Athlete of the Week, men’s hockey forward TJ Shea, was named for November 28–December 4.
The Lung Association of Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island visited 19 intermediate schools across PEI this fall to deliver their “Youth Vaping Awareness Days” events. The events reached over 1,250 grade 7 students from both French and English schools. These events were delivered in partnership with the UPEI Faculty of Nursing and included presentations, discussions, and games, all of which were intended to increase knowledge and awareness of the health harms of vaping.
In this message to the campus community, President Keefe reminds students, faculty, and staff of the ways to protect each other from the various respiratory illnesses circulating in our communities.