Model United Nations (MUN) aims to build an understanding of current global challenges amongst the next generation of world leaders and thinkers. Simulating the diplomacy of the many forums of international relations, MUN participants take on the role of diplomats and political leaders, debating pressing world problems while developing key skills such as negotiation, consensus building, dispute resolution, diplomacy and leadership. 

Each year, we attend the Harvard Model United Nations conference in Beijing as well as smaller regional conferences. Our club meets on Thursdays from 4:00–5:00 to enhance our debate skills and become more familiar with the procedures, terms, and mechanisms commonly utilized at MUN events. These meetings are organized and led by our head delegates Jinwook Choi and Milo Logan.

If you are interested in joining our MUN Club or learning more about MUN, please reach out to our head delegates or faculty advisors.

Meetings: Thursdays from 4:00–5:00 in Room 305

Conferences for the 2018-2019 Academic Year:

-Utahloy United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization – Zengcheng: January 18th-20th

-Harvard Model United Nations China – Beijing: March 21st-24th