UPEI Stories

The Career Studio at UPEI
The Career Studio—located in Dalton Hall—is a space where students can access resources from the professionals in the UPEI Career Services department.
The All-New Student Experience Hub
The Office of the Registrar, Student Affairs, and other key student service areas have been relocated to the recently renovated Student Experience Hub at Dalton Hall.
Here to help
As exam season begins, students are adjusting to new and competing priorities as they juggle responsibilities. As students try to manage their workload, UPEI has the services to help.
Engineering with the Navy
In September 2018, UPEI's Faculty of Sustainable Design Engineering partnered with the Royal Canadian Navy to provide students with an orientation day aboard HMCS Charlottetown.
Student Union unveils new campus pub
After a busy summer of major renovations, the UPEI Student Union opened the new campus pub, The Fox & Crow, in September 2018.
Engineering in Virtual Reality
Parks Canada and UPEI have a proud history of collaboration in Prince Edward Island. The most recent collaboration delivers an immersive virtual reality experience of one of Charlottetown's most important landmarks.
UPEI arts graduate giving back in a big way
After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in History, Bobby Cameron continues to mentor UPEI arts students while working toward his PhD in Policy Studies. Read more about Bobby's work with current student Jeremy Brimacombe.
Paramedicine degree presents world of opportunity for program’s first graduates
UPEI's new Bachelor of Science in Paramedicine program offers a path for college paramedicine diploma graduates. Find out how Kensington, PEI's Mike Hannah is embracing the future of paramedicine at UPEI.
Exciting opportunities for new Journal of L.M. Montgomery Studies
The journal is an open access digital publication collecting scholarship on L.M. Montgomery’s life, influences, creative work, and legacy.
Home to stay
UPEI bachelor of science in nursing graduate Kevin Ryan’s career came via the route of Alberta oil fields, office jobs, and many days on the road. Now he’s settled back in PEI with a career as a nurse and a new perspective on work mobility.


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