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Members of the public are invited to attend the launch of two books, one a history of tourism on PEI and the other related to the Island’s famous author, L.M. Montgomery, on Tuesday, June 21, at 7 pm, at the Faculty Lounge, SDU Main Building, University of Prince Edward Island.
Monitoring of bat populations in Atlantic Canada has begun for the 2022 summer season. Members of the public can help by calling 1-833-434-BATS (2287) to report sightings of bats in Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia. Callers will receive up-to-date and accurate information about bat-related topics, including general biology and ecology, bats and human health, bats in buildings, and conservation.
UPEI is seeking to expand its list of homestay families for international and domestic students.
“When you know what you want, and you want it bad enough, you’ll find a way to get it.” Stefania Angona may not have come across Jim Rohn’s powerful quote before, but in her final year of high school, she embodied everything those words mean.
Hanging in a place of honour in the Faculty of Nursing at UPEI is a black and white portrait of Florence Nightingale (1820–1910), the famous British nurse known as the founder of modern nursing.
Read the message sent to faculty and staff on June 3 advising them that UPEI is currently engaged in the process of negotiating new Collective Agreements with five bargaining units represented by four unions.
In the past two years, UPEI researchers and graduate students have benefited from more than $2.6 million in grants and paid internships through Mitacs-partnered funding programs, thanks to support from UPEI’s Office of Commercialization, Industry, and Innovation (OCII) and Office of Research Services (ORS).
University of Prince Edward Island Director of Athletics and Recreation Jane Vessey announced today that Kingston, Ontario native Sean Fisher will be the new head coach for the UPEI Women’s Hockey team.
For the second time this off-season, UPEI’s women’s basketball team is reuniting a pair of sisters. Local standout Sydney Lawlor will join older sister Devon on the hardwood this fall, as the two will proudly represent the third generation of Lawlors to don the green and white.
President Keefe updates the campus community on several collaborative and positive initiatives at UPEI in a message to faculty and staff.