mSURJ Submissions, Law Lecture, Science Academia Week

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mSURJ Submissions

Get published! Submit for mSURJ!

The McGill Science Undergraduate Research Journal is STILL accepting submissions.

All authors must notify us of their intent to submit by January 13th. Please send an abstract or a tentative title to

mSURJ is a student-run initiative publishing research articles, reviews, and interest pieces. We select articles on a competitive, peer-review basis.

For more information:
Law Lecture

You are cordially invited to the Annual Wallenberg Lecture, with featured speaker


"Assessing International Justice: Successes, Failures and the Path Ahead"

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008

5:00pm, Moot Court, Faculty of Law

3660 Peel St., McGill University

Followed by a vin d'honneur in the Law Faculty Atrium

* Please RSVP to by January 16, 2008 *

Aryeh Neier is President of the Open Society Institute, a private operating and grantmaking foundation founded by George Soros, which aims to shape public policy to promote democratic governance, human rights, as well as economic, legal and social reform. Prior to joining OSI in 1993, Aryeh Neier served for 12 years as Executive Director of Human Rights Watch. Before that, he spent 15 years at the American Civil Liberties Union, including eight years as national Executive Director.


Faculty of Science Academia Week

Academia Week is a week long event organized by the Science Undergraduate Society of McGill University. The event includes a lecture series that runs throughout the week along with workshops, information sessions, and seminars to educate Science students about the future opportunities available to them upon graduation.

This event takes place during the week of January 21st ~ January 25th. Academia Week is heavily publicized across the entire university and is fully supported by the Faculty of Science as well as the McGill Career and Placement Service.

Academia Week is one of the largest and best attended events on the SUS agenda, as it allows all Science undergraduates to better conceptualize all that they can attain with their undergraduate education.

This year, the Academia Week will take place at various locations on campus.  It will be accessible to science students of all years in all departments, as well as undergraduates of other faculties.  It attracts a broad cross-section of students interested in pursuing graduate and professional studies.


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