Model United Nations is a RSO (Registered Student Organization) at George Mason University whose goal is to bring an understanding and appreciation of international relations, debate, diplomacy and the United Nations to the George Mason Campus.
GMU Model United Nations focuses on preparing for collegiate Model UN and Model Arab League conferences by practicing debate procedure, studying other nations’ policy and global issues, and learning about other cultures.
- Attend collegiate Model United Nations conference on the East Coast
- Host our own high school conference: the Mid-Atlantic Simulation of the United Nations (MASUN)
- Attend collegiate Model Arab League conferences in the Washington, D.C. area
- Host MUNtalks, where professionals from the international relations community speak on their work and how as college students we can best get involved
- Attend functions at embassies, public speakers, and other international events in the D.C. area
- Co-host culture nights with other GMU student organizations to expand club members’ knowledge of other cultures
- Participate in the local high school Model United Nations circuit, assisting in conference management, serving as Committee Chairs and providing training to local high school Model UN teams