If you are a Bloomington undergraduate, Indiana University’s Model United Nations team offers you an opportunity to experience international diplomacy. 

As a member of the National Model UN , IU Model UN offers high school and undergraduate students activities that mimic the United Nations. Teams of students represent nations around the world as delegates to UN committees. You’ll caucus, hold formal debates, negotiate agreements and then select the most effective delegates.

MUN@IU is sponsored by the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education. Most travel costs are covered by the team, and students from across the Bloomington campus are welcome to get involved—no previous experience required.

AMUN team


For more information, contact staff advisor R.J. Woodring at (812) 855-6774 or speaugp@indiana.edu.


Competing against more than 30 colleges and universities in the language of diplomacy, the 2014 IU Bloomington Model United Nations team earned several awards at the Southern Regional Model UN conference in Charlotte, North Carolina, where the theme was “Ensuring Peace and Security in a Turbulent Global Environment: Fostering Prosperity and Forward Movement.” IU International Court of Justice Delegate Rashmika Negundadi won an individual award and the IU delegations representing Norway, Oman, and Japan were honored. Forty-three IU students traveled to the conference, led by coach Susan Siena. Read more ...

MUN Leadership 2015

2015 IU Model UN leadership team (from left): William Nicholas, Mara Gonzalez Souto, Casey Crandell, Erin McMenamin, Kieran Hatton, Kelsey Cooper, Harry Patel, Badi Haeberlin, Nicholas Ceryak.