2022/2023 UMLMUN Conferences

UMass Lowell Crisis Conference 2022: November 18 and 19, 2022

UMass Lowell is happy to host its third UMLMUN Crisis conference this November. This two day conference places students into the role of delegates, leaders or policy makers facing a global crisis situation. Announcements regarding specific crisis committees are coming soon, and registration begins on October 1st. For more information regarding Crisis 2022, please email umlmun@uml.edu 

UMass Lowell Model United Nations Conference 2023: April 4 and 5

This dynamic two-day conference offers students the opportunity to debate critical issues facing the global community, as well as develop public speaking, researching and writing skills, in a traditional MUN setting. UMLMUN is proud to be one of the premier High School MUN conferences in New England, drawing nearly 100 delegates each spring. Registration for UMLMUN 2023 opens in January!

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Registration for 2023 Begins in January

UMLMUN Conference Online Registration

Please submit position papers by April 1.
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