Journal History

Galbraith Society is a student-run organization which aims for providing highly motivated and high-achieving undergraduate engineering students with leading-edge research and academic opportunities. Galbraith Society’s primary objective is to further students' professional development beyond what students would normally learn in the established engineering curriculum offered by the university by offering free skill building workshops and distinguished guest speaker events. Galbraith Society strives to promote a sense of professional community by providing unique academic and industry opportunities, and asserting the importance of global and social awareness in engineering.

The mission of the Galbraith Society Undergraduate Engineering Journal (GSUEJ) is to publish research conducted by undergraduate engineering students in order to encourage intellectual exploration across the various engineering disciplines. We seek to publish articles that have scientific merit, but will also be of interest to the general engineering research community, and encourage the submission of well-written and engaging works.

GSUEJ is committed to publishing high-quality research and all of our articles will be peer-reviewed in a double-blind process. Accepted manuscripts include research articles, review articles, news articles, and research letters.