The Model European Union is an annual event for undergraduate students. The goal of the Model EU simulation is to give undergraduate students the opportunity to learn about the European Union through a dynamic simulation. The objective is to simulate a specific recent Council of the European Union meeting. Model EU is not just a recent historical simulation that replicates the outcome of the actual event; rather, students are encouraged to devise possible alternative solutions based on the initial conditions and constraints present in the historical Council of the EU meeting
The Model European Union is sponsored by the European Union Center of Excellence and European Studies Center. Active participating institutons include Washington and Jefferson College (faculty advisor: Robert Dodge, Professor of History), the University of Pittsburgh at Greeneburg, and University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown. Other participating institutions have included Bowling Green States University, Centenary College, East Stroudsburg University, Georgia Tech, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, John Carroll University, Kent State University, Slippery Rock University, Syracuse University, University of Oklahoma, University of Florida, and University of Washington.
For more information contact: Steve Lund
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