The Materials Engineering Undergraduate Society (MEUS) is a student run organization that strives to improve the experience of undergraduates in the department. MEUS organizes social and industry events, and acts as a liaison between the faculty and undergraduates. All Materials Engineering students are a parts of the student society, and may run for council positions.
From U0 to U4, MEUS is there to help with all of your academic and extracurricular needs. We strive to make your stay at McGill friendly and fun, both academically and socially. Throughout the year we host several workshops and events to help you in your academic careers, as well as social events to keep things lighthearted! If you ever have any questions about MEUS and what we do, feel free to contact any member of council at any time.
Seminar with prominent world bio searcher!
Dr. Leonard Pinchuk has been diagnosed as a serial entrepreneur and serial inventor. He has founded or incubated 10 companies and has 112 issued U.S. patents. Come and meet him the 17th of November, at Wong 2120, 2:30 pm. (Be there or I'll take you there) Based in Miami, Florida, Dr. Pinchuk founded Innovia LLC in 2002, which has since incubated and spun off eight new companies. He currently spends most of his time working in the field of glaucoma and nurturing a new company in the genetic engineering space.