This is a series of courses for students who attend the annual National Model UN Conference in New York each spring. In the fall before the conference (per PSC 478), the UIS delegation forms and members gather information about the country they will represent. In the spring (per PSC 483), the delegation submits resolutions to the National MUN and attends the conference, a simulation of the United Nations Organization, where resolutions are discussed, debated, and voted upon by all countries represented in the council and committees. Professor Adriana Crocker (PAC 368, 206-8329) is the faculty adviser and instructor.
International House allows you to live with other students from multiple foreign countries and the U.S. and learn about the world through the eyes of your housemates. Share food, fashion, music, customs, and perspectives on life that you might otherwise encounter only through extensive travel and expense. See International House for details.
Interested in meeting students from around the world? Join the University’s Conversation Partner Program, which brings together non-native and native English speakers in one-on-one partnerships, matched according to each of your mutual schedules and your shared interests.