2013 Model UN — FSU LibGuide

It is with pleasure that we  announce the 2013 Model United Nations for Fayetteville State University, hosted by the Fayetteville State University Sociology Department.  

I want to cordially welcome you to the FSU 2013 Model United Nations Conference!

The conference will be held in Greensboro North Carolina, at the Marriot Hotel, April 11-14, 2013. I hope that you enjoy the conference!

(Take a look at this archived post highlighting FSU’s success in the 2012 Model UN Conference.)

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at 910.672.1752 or via email at: damerson@uncfsu.edu

Student participants: Please complete the Model UN Evaluation!

Sincerely,

Diana Amerson

Government Documents Librarian

 

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Fayetteville State University 2013 NCCIIE Model UN Conference

≈What is the Model UN?≈

The Model United Nations is an academic simulation involving students in role playing of UN Ambassadors to debate a range of issues on the United Nations agenda. Students will select a country to represent and participate in debating such issues as current events, topics in international relations and diplomacy in the United Nations agenda. The UN is composed of five (5) permanent members (United States, France, Russian Federation, United Kingdom and China). Your goal as Ambassadors is to draft resolutions, to plot strategy, to negotiate with your allies as well as your adversaries. You may be asked to resolve a conflict, to cope with a simulated natural disaster or to bring nations together on an issue. The students have the opportunity to develop critical thinking, conflict resolution and communication skills

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