The School of Nursing is looking to hire a student assistant. This position will require a student who is highly organized, efficient, self-directed and who can work independently if necessary.
The duties of this position will include miscellaneous typing (various documents, spreadsheets and address labels); assist in the organizing of events; acknowledge telephone inquiries; filing; prepare requisitions and other forms; photocopying; maintain office supplies; receive and distribute mail, and other work as directed by the Administrative Assistant.
Applicants require strong computer skills (students with experience in Microsoft Word and Excel...
Panther fans are invited to come out this weekend to watch exciting university sport action. In addition to home games, our women's rugby team will take on StFX in Nova Scotia but fans can watch live on AUStv!
UPEI Athletics and Recreation announced this week that Josh Corkum will lead the Women’s Volleyball Club as Head Coach.
UPEI Athletics and Recreation announced the UPEI Panther Athletes of the Week for the week of September 16–22. UPEI Athletics and Recreation showcases these talented athletes to recognize their hard work and dedication to their respective sports throughout the seasons. UPEI Athletes of the Week are also nominated to Atlantic University Sport and Canadian Interuniversity Sport for possible mention in the region and/or country.
Who: Katherine Koughan, Women’s Field Hockey and Chris Desousa, Men’s Hockey
At the first Research on Tap of the season, join us for a discussion about where our concepts of good and bad come from. The discussion, “Morality is a Myth,” begins at 7:00 pm, Tuesday, October 1 in The Pourhouse, above The Old Triangle Irish Alehouse in Charlottetown. The discussion will be led by Dr. Malcolm Murray, professor of philosophy at UPEI.
In a series of four webinars this October, SSHRC program officers will be on hand to provide information and answer questions about Partnership Development Grants,Partnership Grants and Connection Grants, including offering advice on preparing your application.
Webinar participants will have the opportunity to submit written questions via the webinar interface at any time during the presentations.
Note: No registration is required, so you can drop in at any time. “Enter as guest user” and just add your name. Each session holds a maximum of 200 guests at one time, so keep trying if it is full on...
SSHRC Partnership Grants – Letter of Intent
Deadline: February 17, 2014 (8 p.m. Eastern time) since the annual deadline of February 15 falls on a weekend
The Partnership Grants – Letter of Intent description and application form are now updated for the 2014 competition and available on the SSHRC website at the following link: http://www.sshrc-crsh.gc.ca/funding-financement/programs-programmes/partnership_grants_loi-subventions_partenariat_li-eng.aspx
Partnership Grants involve a two-stage application process. The Letter of Intent stage awards grants valued up to $20,000 to applicants invited to prepare a Formal Application. Please note that the value of awards at the second stage is now up to $500,000 per year over four to seven years, for a maximum total of up to $2.5 million over seven...
The University of Prince Edward Island held its fourteenth annual Recognition of Founders ceremony today to acknowledge those who have contributed to the University in an exceptional way. This year’s ceremony also featured a dedication and unveiling of the MacLauchlan Plaza to honour UPEI’s fifth president from 1999–2011, President Emeritus H. Wade MacLauchlan.
The University of Prince Edward Island is the coordinating institution for a Major Collaborative Research Initiative funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. The 7-year project, titled Advancing Interdisciplinary Research in Singing (AIRS), is unfolding through the cooperation of some 70 researchers and various other stakeholders from a dozen different countries, and under the overall direction of Prof. Annabel Cohen, Department of Psychology, UPEI. Its primary objective is to facilitate and coordinate a variety of initiatives exploring the relationship between singing and three themes: development, education...
The University of Prince Edward Island is the coordinating institution for a Major Collaborative Research Initiative funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. The 7-year project, titled Advancing Interdisciplinary Research in Singing (AIRS), is unfolding through the cooperation of some 70 researchers and various other stakeholders from a dozen different countries, and under the overall direction of Prof. Annabel Cohen, Department of Psychology, UPEI. Its primary objective is to facilitate and coordinate a variety of initiatives exploring the relationship between singing and three themes:...
The Department of Computer Science & Information Technology wishes to hire a native Mandarin speaker to work in its Student Help Centre to assist students in succeeding in their computer science coursework.
The successful applicant will typically:
• have superior marks in CS151, CS152 and CS261 (80% minimum in each) and will ideally be a Dean’s List student in their third (or later) year
• have 6 hours per week available to work
• have excellent interpersonal communications skills in Mandarin
• be able to...
UPEI’s Winter’s Tales Reading Series has always boasted a fantastic lineup of poets and fiction authors, and this year looks to be no different. To kick off the 2013 season, the talented Susan Glickman and Julie Bruck will give a combined reading on Thursday, September 26, at 7:30 pm in the Faculty Lounge, UPEI Main Building. These Montreal-raised poets have been working on and teaching others their craft for years, and that dedication and practice shines through in their works.
This year (2013-14) the Atlantic Provinces Association for Continuing University Education (APACUE) is doubling the value of the two Joyce Kennedy Awards to $1,000 each.
The Joyce Kennedy Adult Learner Award is open to adult learners in Atlantic Canada, who are enrolled in a degree-credit program.
Panther fans are invited to come out this weekend to watch exciting university sport action. In addition to hosting the first Atlantic University Field Hockey Tournament this season on the UPEI Turf Field, the UPEI Panthers are at home for exhibition Women’s Hockey play (versus University Ontario Institute of Technology) and regular league action in Women’s Rugby (versus St. Francis Xavier University).
7:00pm (W) Hockey vs UOIT