On April 6, the History and Political Science department and Model United Nations student organization will host its inaugural Model United Nations Conference. This conference will promote a greater understanding of the role the United Nations plays in addressing international concerns.
Registration will take place between 8 - 9 a.m. on April 6. The sessions will continue until 4 p.m. Lunch will be provided at no cost.
$10 per school
$5 per delegate
50% reimbursement for delegates who withdraw prior to March 1.
Each school is invited to select at least one delegation of no less than three delegates, up to a total of three delegations per school. For those students requesting a Security Council member country, the delegation should have four delegates.
Model United Nations is a simulation of the international diplomatic process which takes place within the United Nations. Students represent delegates from UN countries in a variety of committees as well as in the General Assembly.
During the MUN, delegates will:
Conference materials, including Parliamentary procedure, Background Guides and conference schedule will be sent with the country assisgments.
Prior to the conference, each delegate must research the issues and prepare Position Papers which outline in paragraph form the country's particular view(s) on the issue(s). Researching for a Model United Nations conference can be facilitated by numerous online sources. (Most United Nation member countries have their own state, foreign ministry and U.N. Mission participants.)