Each Spring, we hold a small one-day conference with focused crisis committees that range from beginner to advanced. This is a great opportunity for delegates to prepare for future crisis committees, and is organized by our best crisis staffers.
Crisis committees operate on a different set of rules than standard committees, and teach delegates to think quickly and creatively. The situations are also updated with new information as the day goes on, so while we encourage delegates to learn as much as possible beforehand, the real test will be how well they can adapt to new problems.
April 25th, 2015
10AM - 7PM
University of Texas at Austin
Union Building (Map)
$20 per delegate
Registration/payment deadline: April 1
Each year we welcome hundreds of college-bound high school students for an annual conference that provides them with a unique opportunity to experience the challenges of international negotiation. During this three day CTMUN event, participants role-play as ambassadors from United Nation member states, researching their country’s position on a host of global issues. Student “delegates” write position papers,negotiate with others, address committees through speeches and caucusing, and navigate the UN’s rules of procedure. The CTMUN conference fosters important skills in research, public speaking, and debate.
Information regarding this conference will be added here as plans are made.
November 20-22, 2015
AT&T Executive Education & Conference Center
1900 University Ave, Austin, TX 78705
Austin, TX 78705
Room costs: TBD
Booking code: TBD
$75 per delegate
$15 per school
Due Date: TBD
CTMUN is a 501(c)-3 Non-Profit Organization and is run by a volunteer board of directors who provide guidance and support to the student leadership and help organize traveling teams to represent the University of Texas at Austin to collegiate Model UN competitions around the world.
Board of Directors
- Austin Matthews, Chair
- Nicky Kumar, Vice-Chair
- Jordan Penland
- Alex Mackey
- Aneesa Needel
- Ayesha Kang
- Walker Fountain, Secretary-General
- Alina Carnahan
- Clay Chauret
- Ray Bryant
- Reed Devany
We rely on the generosity of individuals, corporations, and foundations to fund the educational opportunities we provide to our community. If you or your company is interested in sponsoring our organization’s events, please contact our Vice-Chair, Nicky Kumar (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Your donations are fully tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law. Central Texas Model United Nations has received determination from the Internal Revenue Service that it qualifies as a non-profit corporation. CTMUN has been determined to be a 501(c)3 public charity.
Office of the Secretary-General
Deputy Secretary-General (Spring)
Deputy Secretary-General (Fall)
Chief of Staff
USG of Crisis
USG of Logistics
USG of Finance
USG of Conference Services
USG of Registration
USG of Technology
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