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Welcome to the NMUN•DC 2024 Conference


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NMUN•DC 2024 Conference Program

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Passed Resolutions (available after the conference)

  • GA1
  • GA2
  • HRC
  • IOM
  • SC
  • UNEA

Keynote Speaker

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Faculty Seminar

Cale Crammer
Cale Crammer
Associate Professor, Santiago Canyon College
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Professor Cale Crammer is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Santiago Canyon College (SCC). With over two decades of expertise in the realm of Model United Nations (MUN), Professor Crammer currently serves as the director of the Model United Nations program at SCC. His dedication to nurturing future leaders extends beyond MUN as he also advises the Beta Eta Rho chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK). In addition to his roles in MUN and PTK, Professor Crammer teaches courses in American Politics, Comparative Politics, and International Politics. He is also currently working on a co-authored book on MUN.

Chris Haynes
Chris Haynes
Associate Professor, University of New Haven
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Dr. Chris Haynes is an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of New Haven. Dr. Haynes is also director of the University’s Model UN program, Mayor’s Advisory Commission, and Washington Internship Institute program. Dr. Haynes is an expert on framing, public opinion, voting, and migration. He has a number of publications including his well-cited book, Framing Immigrants: News Coverage, Public Opinion, and Policy.

The Promises and Challenges of Model UN

Sunday, November 10 from 10:30-11:30 a.m., Lobby Level, Rosslyn Room

Join your colleagues for this faculty panel discussion on the promises and challenges of Model UN from a faculty perspective. Efforts will be made to not only identify challenges, but to brainstorm and share best practice solutions. The discussion will be facilitated by Chris Haynes, University of New Haven and Cale Crammer, Santiago Canyon College.