Abstract Title

International Model NATO

Faculty Mentor Name

Brooke Shannon, Tyrone Groh

Format Preference

Poster

Abstract

International Model NATO is an undergraduate team whose members hold different majors from the College of Security and Intelligence and the College of Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, AZ. The team prepared and competed in the International Model NATO competition in Washington, DC on February 15-18, 2018. All members represented the country of Albania across six committees discussing a range of issues facing the members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization including the North Atlantic Council, Military, Political Affairs, Nuclear Planning, Partnerships and Collective Security, and Emerging Security Challenges committees. The team applied their extensive knowledge along with their collaboration and communication skills at the competition. Through extensive research and analysis, team members built consensus about security issues from the perspective of Albania within the alliance. Participating in the competition, polished the team members understanding of global security issues and collective security through practicing the art of diplomacy in a serious simulation. The entire team successfully portrayed their real life Albanian counterparts and three of the members were recognized as Distinguished Delegates.

Poster Presentation

EAGLE PRIZE Award

Location

AC1-Atrium, Eagle Gym

Start Date

3-23-2018 11:00 AM

End Date

3-23-2018 9:00 PM

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International Model NATO

AC1-Atrium, Eagle Gym

International Model NATO is an undergraduate team whose members hold different majors from the College of Security and Intelligence and the College of Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, AZ. The team prepared and competed in the International Model NATO competition in Washington, DC on February 15-18, 2018. All members represented the country of Albania across six committees discussing a range of issues facing the members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization including the North Atlantic Council, Military, Political Affairs, Nuclear Planning, Partnerships and Collective Security, and Emerging Security Challenges committees. The team applied their extensive knowledge along with their collaboration and communication skills at the competition. Through extensive research and analysis, team members built consensus about security issues from the perspective of Albania within the alliance. Participating in the competition, polished the team members understanding of global security issues and collective security through practicing the art of diplomacy in a serious simulation. The entire team successfully portrayed their real life Albanian counterparts and three of the members were recognized as Distinguished Delegates.

Poster Presentation

EAGLE PRIZE Award