1. Assessing the Threat of Biological Terrorism.
Head Chair - Khushi Kashyap (UWCE)
Deputy Chair - Videep Agarwal (UWCE)
Deputy Chair - Ouk Uthaititpitak (RIS)
|Balancing Sovereignty and Cooperation in the Arctic Region
Hello delegates, I am Ouk a 9th grader from RIS, and it is an honor to be your deputy chair. Some background on me was that I was once very nervous until I joined MUN, which changed me into the person I am now. Speaking of nervousness, please be encouraged to speak and improve your debating skills! There is no need to be afraid of mistakes, you will have many many more opportunities to improve. Here is my email if you have any questions: email@example.com
Hi! My name is Khushi Kashyap, and I’m a Grade 10 student at UWCSEA East. I’ve been doing MUN since Grade 6 - this is my third conference as a chair, and my 13th overall. I’ve made a lot of new friends and had a lot of really great experiences during my time in MUN so far, and I hope this conference does the same for you! I’m really looking forward to being your head chair :)
My name is Videep Agarwal, a grade 9 student at the United World College of South East Asia. I possess an unwavering enthusiasm regarding MUN and international politics, as they are the lead driving forces behind what I aspire to be in the future. To those of you who are at your first MUN conference, I am here to assure you, you have made the right decision by choosing to delve into (what I consider to be) the most impactful extracurricular, any education program has ever seen. And for those of you seasoned delegates, I am sure you have all been enlightened by the quintessential benefits MUN brings to your daily life, as well as the impact it may have on your future careers and pathways.