Recognition and Enrichment: Pace NYC Model United Nations 2011/2012 Year in Review

Pace University New York City students outside the United Nations building on the East River, at the 2012 National Model UN (NMUN) conference.

“I am honored that I participated in such a prestigious opportunity where I have gained valuable experience.”

-Rumsha Zahid ’16, Pace University delegate at the 2012 National Model United Nations (NMUN) conference in New York City

It was a busy academic year for Pace University’s Model United Nations program in New York City with students recognized for their excellence in conferences here in the US and abroad as well as a variety of opportunities for learning about international careers. A few highlights:

Conferences

Pace University New York City students in the United Nations General Assembly room during the 2012 National Model United Nations conference in New York. Back row (left to right): Krupa Patel ’12, Michael Zona ’13 and Liz Crouse ’12. Front row (left to right) Katie James ’14, Jane Abeuova ’15 and Cameron Williams ’15.

Vocational Enrichment

Quirky Other Stuff

Located only two express subway stops from the iconic United Nations complex on the East River, Pace University’s New York City Model UN program has a 60-year history of excellence in regional, national and international conferences. Model UN at Pace is uniquely integrated into the Political Science curriculum within the Dyson College of Arts and Sciences and aims to encourage students to develop wisdom, knowledge and skills for global citizenship.

About Matthew Bolton

I am assistant professor of Political Science at Pace University and author of Foreign Aid and Landmine Clearance.
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