Academics

Model UN and Model Diplomacy

Trade agreements. Refugee camps. Nuclear disarmament. Oil for food. You could be negotiating these sensitive international topics through model diplomacy programs.

Washington College students compete with the brightest undergraduates from the best schools in the country. The cost of these programs is partially underwritten by the Goldstein Program in Public Affairs.

Security Council Simulation

During the Security Council Simulation at Yale University, students discuss foreign policy issues in terms of international law and crisis resolution. The three-day simulation, grounded in parliamentary procedure and committee structure, is solid preparation for other, larger Model UN simulations. The program is under the direction of Dr. Andrew Oros.

Model and World Model United Nations

For more than two decades, Washington College delegations have been participating in the international Model United Nations simulation at McGill University in Montreal.

As seniors, top delegates are invited to participate in the World Model UN Conference held in a different location each year, recently in Geneva, the Hague, and Taipei. Model UN is under the direction of Dr. Tahir Shad.