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Media Releases

| Speakers

The UPEI Faculty of Arts, Asian Studies Program, and Korean Studies Project are pleased to announce the following public talks by two engaging and promising scholars from Philadelphia for the 2020 AST International Seminar and KS Speaker Series.

| Students

The annual UPEI Career Fair is Wednesday, March 11, from 10 am to 2 pm in McMillan Hall of UPEI’s W. A. Murphy Student Centre.

| Research

UPEI’s Robertson Library has added two additional newspapers to its already impressive searchable, online collection at

| Athletics

OTTAWA (U SPORTS) — Guard Jenna Mae Ellsworth of the UPEI Panthers and forward Brett Layton of the Calgary Dinos were honoured with the Nan Copp Award and Mike Moser Memorial Trophy as U SPORTS basketball Players of the Year Wednesday night, as the national award winners were celebrated at the joint All-Canadian Gala.

| University

A message with updated information about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) was distributed to faculty, staff and students on March 3, 2020 on behalf of the Office of the Vice-President Administration and Finance.

| Students

The University of Prince Edward Island is once again inviting first- and fourth-year students to participate in the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE).

| Athletics

The UPEI Women’s Basketball team are AUS champions after defeating the Acadia Axewomen by a score of 78-59 on Sunday, March 1 at the Subway AUS Women's Basketball Championship final in Halifax.

| Special Event

The UPEI Music Department will perform Mozart’s famous opera “The Magic Flute” on March 6 and again on March 7, at 7:30 pm, in the Steel Recital Hall.

| Athletics

A pair of weekend wins put the UPEI women’s basketball team alone in first place on top of the AUS standings.

| Athletics

The UPEI women’s hockey team must win Tuesday night’s semi-final matchup at home against St. Francis Xavier to keep their AUS playoff hopes alive.