This conference aims to provide undergraduate students a platform to present their research, in English or in French, to high-profile practitioners and scholars in the field of International Security, as well as enable them with an opportunity to network with peers, professors, and experts in the field. The conference will take place at Bishop’s University on Saturday, April 9, 2022.
Organized by Bishop’s University and the Centre for Security and Crisis Governance (CRITIC) of the Royal Military College St. Jean, and supported by the Network for Strategic Analysis (NSA) and the International Security in the Globalization Era (ISGE), the Quebec Undergraduate Security Conference (QUSC) is currently calling for proposals from undergraduate students as part of the fifth Annual Security Conference for Undergraduate Students.
This year, the conference will be focusing on the following four themes (more details in the conference themes document above):
- Climate and Environment Security
- Gender, Peace, and Security
- Globalization, Technology, and International Security
- The Implications of COVID-19 on Peace and Security
Students who wish to participate to the conference are required to submit a 300-400-word abstract in English or French focused on one of the four topics above to email@example.com before December 16, 2021. Students whose abstracts are approved by the QUSC project will be then informed by December 21, 2021, to proceed with the completion of their paper. The full research paper will be expected before January 25, 2022, and is to be at a minimum of 3,000 words.
A 100$ prize will be awarded to each of the best four papers selected at the end of the conference. Winners’ papers will also be published on the website of the NSA. In addition, each student will receive a participation certificate. Financial support for transportation and accommodation will be provided.Download Programme (PDF 2.3mb)
Areg Aprahamian – Officer Cadet, Royal Military College, Saint-Jean
Athena Pucovsky – Officer Cadet, Royal Military College, Saint-Jean
Stefan Bobu – Officer Cadet, Royal Military College, Saint-Jean
The organization of the fifth edition of the QUSC is made possible by the generous support of Bishop’s University, the Royal Military College Saint-Jean, as well as the sponsorship of the Centre Franco- Paix. The QUSC is also organized in collaboration with the Network for Strategic Analysis (NSA), the International Security in the Globalization Era project (ISGE), as well as the MINDS Initiative.