Model United Nations
Ursinus students have participated in the National Model United Nations (NMUN) conference since 1966.
NMUN offers students an opportunity to engage in cooperative, hands-on, experiential learning during an intensive five-day conference in New York City.
Students negotiate solutions to real-world issues such as international security, global trade and finance, sustainable use of natural resources, global health, children’s rights, and women in science. A two-semester course, POL-350, prepares students for their research and committee work.
In past years, Ursinus delegates have won awards for their research and negotiation efforts. Delegates usually have the opportunity to meet with diplomats from the country they represent, including recent visits to the United Nations missions of Norway, Morocco, and Iraq.