This is what we do . . .
The seminar is used to prepare students for the week-long National Model United Nations Conference, held in New York
City. Universities from around the world are
assigned a country to represent at the conference dealing with various
topics and issues. Durring the class, students develop research techniques and master the skills of public speaking, negotiation, and technical writing that are essential to diplomacy. Research for the conference in New York beings durring winter break and continues through the quarter. To help prepare for the week long conference, we schedule regional practice simulations with other schools. These regional simulations include a day-long practice session and the Dayton Model United Nations Conference, known
as DAYMUNC, held at
multiple Universities from Kentuky to New York every year.
more than 30 years,
State student delegates
have enjoyed earning top awards at the National Model
United Nations Conference – a winning streak unmatched by any
other university. Each year the conference
has grown in size and international
participation. Last year, more than 5,200 students from over 400 colleges and
universities from nearly 30 countries around the world took part.
The Model U.N. experience has become a unique academic experience at Wright State. The seminar emphasizes public speaking, technical writing, researching, and self confidence, all of which are qualities essential for any future career.
We are now recruiting new member for the 2010
If you believe this is
something you would like to do, or simply want more information about the
team and upcoming informational events, please sign up for our MUN news
letter. Send an e-mail with the subject "WSU MUN News Letter
Request," along with your name, major, and academic year to the Head
Delegates at email@example.com .