Welcome to BarMUN VIII!

Our focus

Efficiency
Excellence

BarMUN represents a standard of excellence and creativity unparalleled in any other Model United Nations simulation. BarMUN is also the best-moderated conference; The multi-disciplined, fast paced, and interactive simulation truly sets us apart from the prototypical conference.

Legacy

The excellent learning experience that BarMUN provides the delegate is our legacy. This crisis conference with active coordination between the host and the delegates serves as reciprocal growing opportunity.

About Us



Boston University International Affairs Association

BarMUN is a collegiate model UN conference held by the IAA. The IAA is the home to a diverse group of students from all Schools and Colleges within BU and presents them with a myriad of opportunities to engage in multicultural events and educational opportunities within the world of foreign affairs. BUIAA is a multi-faceted organization and contains components for students with any interest pertaining to international affairs and global politics. BUIAA holds weekly meetings in the form of discussions, simulations, debates and much more. BUIAA also encompasses several other groups, including a Model UN Travel Team, the International Relations Review, and also hosts two additional conferences, BosMUN and BeanMUN.

Secretariat

Meet Our Secretariat!
Sathvika Ramachandran
Secretary General
College of Arts and Sciences, IR and Psych major
Meaghan Delaney
Chargé d’ Affaires
Chargé is the liaison between the Secretariat and the delegates. The Chargé is responsible for all issues regarding registration, head delegate concerns, committee assignments, and for the collection of all registration and conference fees.
Henry Sales
Modern Crisis Coordinator
The MCC handles everything “modern crisis” related at BarMUN. The MCC leads modern CDs and crisis staffers in coordination efforts. The MCC will make sure the substantive material for this track is published in time for delegates to prepare properly for the conference.
Kate Perreault
Historical Crisis Coordinator
The HCC handles everything “historical crisis” related at BarMUN. The HCC leads historical CDs and crisis staffers in coordination efforts. The HCC will make sure the substantive material for this track is published in time for delegates to prepare properly for the conference.
Rachel Long
Chief Operations Officer
COO is responsible for delegate accommodations, which includes reservations of rooms for the conference, creating a playbook for during the conference, and working with the Hyatt Hotel for delegations who choose to stay there for the duration of the conference.
Elliott Pope
Chief Financial Officer
CFO works to create a budget that is based on estimates of previous BarMUN conferences, as well as to keep track of expenditures and revenues through invoices. In addition, the CFO is responsible for working closely with businesses and corporations in order to obtain sponsorships for BarMUN VIII.
Devika Nadkarni
Internal Affairs Officer
IAO is responsible for consistently updating social media, networking within Boston University, establishing alumni relations, and for organizing the social events of the conference. The IAO will work in conjunction with the Charge and the COO to make the social events a huge success.
Minyoung Kim
Chief Information Officer

Get in touch

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