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Congratulations to Dr. Frederick Kibenge, chair of the Department of Pathology and Microbiology at AVC, on the publication of his second book, Aquaculture Health Management: Design and Operation Approaches. The book is co-edited by Dr. Mark Powell, CEO of Marineholmen RASLab AS and adjunct professor of fish pathology with the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Bergen, Norway.
Anastasiya Missan, AVC Class of 2022, won first prize in the American Veterinary Medical History Society’s 2020 Fred Smithcors Veterinary History Essay Contest for her essay, “The Un-BEE-lievable History of Beekeeping.”
After an outstanding season leading the UPEI women’s basketball team to an AUS Championship and a U SPORTS bronze medal, Jenna Mae Ellsworth is up for yet another honour.
University of Prince Edward Island President and Vice-Chancellor Alaa Abd-El-Aziz issued a statement today on the passing of Saint Dunstan’s University alumnus and UPEI’s first Roman Catholic chaplain, the Reverend Gerard “Gerry” Tingley. Father Tingley passed away at the Provincial Palliative Care Centre in Charlottetown on Saturday, June 13, 2020.
Every year, UPEI Co-operative Education recognizes its exceptional students and employers with the UPEI Co-op Awards.
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.