UPEI is a place built on stories, from student success, to faculty and staff honours, to ground-breaking research. In UPEI Spotlights, you can read and watch videos about the important things that make UPEI unique.
Third-year Bachelor of Science in Applied Climate Change and Adaptation student Elinor Haldane describes why she chose UPEI, and what's great about the program.
UPEI Master of Education graduate Han Xu has come a long way from her home in rural China. Now she’s pursuing her PhD.
Krystin Matters, who graduated from UPEI this spring with a major in Religious Studies and a minor in Asian Studies, has accepted a position as an assistant English language teacher with the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) program.
The PEI Policy Hackathon, now in its third year, is a case competition that provides Islanders with the chance to work on real, complex challenges facing all three levels of government.
Fourth-year Bachelor of Environmental Studies student Ivan Yeger talks about his journey to UPEI from his home in the Dominican Republic, and how the program is preparing him for success in his future environmental science career.