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Media Releases

| University

The University of Prince Edward Island has taken measures in advance of any impact from Hurricane Dorian on PEI.

| University

A new residence building at the University of Prince Edward Island will create dedicated year-round housing for post-secondary students.


Researchers from UPEI’s Active Living Lab are seeking people with cancer, or who have previously had cancer, to participate in exercise programs in Montague and Charlottetown.

| Students

On behalf of faculty, staff and students, the University of Prince Edward Island is expressing profound concern and extending support to students impacted by Hurricane Dorian.

| Atlantic Veterinary College

The Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island, has received approximately $1.3 million in funding from the federal government’s dairy cluster program for research projects that will benefit the dairy industry.

| People

University of Prince Edward Island President and Vice-Chancellor Alaa Abd-El-Aziz issued a statement to the University community today on the passing of UPEI alumnus, donor, professor emeritus, and founder, the Reverend Charlie Cheverie, LLD.

| Athletics

UPEI Athletics and Recreation is excited to announce the 2019 Mulligan Cup schedule and invites the community to come out and enjoy “the beautiful game”, August 30 to September 1, at the UPEI Turf Field.

| Athletics

The UPEI Panther Package is on sale now! For just $100, you receive tickets for all regular season home games for Women’s Rugby, Women’s Hockey, Men’s and Women’s Soccer, and Men’s and Women’s Basketball!

| Events

PEI author Marian Bruce will launch her new book, Listening for the Dead Bells, on Sunday September 22, from 2:00 –4:00 pm at the Sir Andrew MacPhail Homestead in Orwell.

| Events

Jeff Nemeth, a former president and CEO of Ford South Africa and current executive director of the Global Ownership Lifecycle with Ford, Detroit, recently presented to students in UPEI’s MBA in Global Leadership program. Nemeth discussed leadership with ideas and spoke of his impressive career in the automotive industry.

Nemeth’s presentation was a part of the Business 7550 course, taught by Alan Hilburg of Hilburg Associates. The course focuses on the leadership skills necessary to manage innovation and the role trust and values play in creating an inclusive culture in different regions of the world and different organizational leadership and structural contexts.