Author Archives: Matthew Bolton

About Matthew Bolton

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

Pace NYC Model UN Program Featured in UN Publication on Disarmament Education

Pace University’s disarmament education efforts are featured in a new collection of essays published by the UN Office for Disarmament Affairs (UNODA). The chapter provides an overview of the development of disarmament education at Pace University and then offers detail on two … Continue reading

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Pace Students Excel at 2017 Washington DC Model UN Conference

Representing Kenya, Namibia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) in at the 2017 National Model United Nations conference in Washington DC (NMUN DC), 26 Pace University New York City students received a Distinguished Delegation and Honorable Mention Delegation awards, … Continue reading

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Apply to Participate in Pace Delegation to Geneva International Model UN Conference

Pace University’s New York City Model UN program is planning to help cover the costs of between seven and fifteen students (depending on final budget approval, the number of eligible applicants and costs of flights) who wish to attend the … Continue reading

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Head Delegate Selection Fall 2017

There is an opening for the position of head delegate for the Pace University New York City Model United Nations program, starting in Spring 2018 semester. For more information, please download this information packet and application. Both current and past Model UN students are … Continue reading

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Learning about Myself and Others

Participating in the 2017 National Model UN conference was a great opportunity to meet new people from different backgrounds and worldviews. Model UN is a simulation that tests your ability to communicate, negotiate, and to set your role as an … Continue reading

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The Class That Defined my Undergrad Experience

As I graduate this spring, I am looking back at my years here at Pace University in New York City. The one class that I can say that truly had an impact on my life and future endeavors is Model … Continue reading

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Model United Nations Class Is a Blast! Advice for Prospective Model UNers

Model United Nations class was a blast! I am that student who wants to understand the fathoms of Political Science as deep as possible,. This class not only taught me what it is like to think like a diplomat who … Continue reading

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