AIRS Student Funding

The Student Funding Review Committee has completed its review for Year 4 of the AIRS Project and is pleased to announce that over 30 project proposals have been approved with a potential student involvement of over 90 students. Congratulations to all AIRS team members and their students and best wishes for a productive project year.

On-line Well-Being Survey on Singing

Rito Bento, a graduate student working with AIRS Co-investigator Dr. Stephen Clift  at the Sidney De Haan Institute at Canterbury Christ Church University, has created an online survey which aims to gather information regarding the impact of singing on general well being and quality of life.


AIRS invites everyone to complete this survey, as this is a great opportunity to provide valuable data for the researchers.

Advancing Interdisciplinary Research in Singing  (AIRS)

University of Prince Edward Island

December 2011


To AIRS members:




AIRS staff are working towards providing the results of Project research, so that information and research findings can be shared amongst the researchers and interested individuals.  Please direct any questions or comments regarding the AIRS Web site to the AIRS Information Technology Coordinator. Contact information can be found on our Contact AIRS page.