International Simulations involve our students participating in and preparing for simulated proceeding of different international organizations: such as the United Nations or the Arab League. International Simulation is one of the finest tools that the University of Arkansas at Little Rock can offer for teaching international relations, diplomacy, debate and all the functional skills necessary for public interaction in an international setting. The program is a student-run club and is financed mostly by the student government. Dr. Jacek Lubecki, Coordinator of International Studies, is the faculty adviser for our International Simulations programs.
For links to International Simulations websites, please look at the following:
All students or faculty interested should contact Dr. Jacek Lubecki at email@example.com, International Simulations Association Advisor, or Hamza Arshad, at firstname.lastname@example.org International Simulations Association President.
Hamza Arshad - President
Chad Hunter - Treasurer (email@example.com)
UALR International Simulations Association is a student organization dedicated to the promotion of international simulations at UALR.
- Model Arab League
- Model United Nations
The UALR International Simulations Association (ISA) will participate in two or three Model UN activities:
- In 2011 we hosted and staffed the Arkansas Model United Nations High School Competition.
- In the 2011 we hosted the Southwest Model Arab League for the first time at UALR and are pleased to announce we will also be the host for the 2012 Southwest Model Arab League.
- In 2011 we attended the National University Model Arab League held at Georgetown University in our nation’s Capitol.