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February 19th - 21st, 2021 | Bloomington, IN

Registration is open for one of the Midwest's top Model UN

conferences for high school students, this year in a virtual format!

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Please fill out this form with the number of t-shirts you will need in each size! You can order individually or for your school. T-shirts are $18, and shipping is included in that price. Payment will be due within a week following the conference. For questions, email admin@indianamun.com


Registration for IndianaMUNC VII is open, we hope to see you there! Please direct all questions to admin@indianamun.com


Register by Dec. 31, 2020

Includes a pizza dinner on Friday night and free access to training materials.

Price per delegate:



Register by Feb 1, 2021

Includes a pizza dinner on Friday night and free access to training materials.

Price per delegate:




Because Early Registration has been extended through the end of the year, there will be no Late Registration. 

Price per delegate:


Opens January 1st
No Late Registration this year!




Ashley is a junior from the Indianapolis Area majoring in Business Economics, Public Policy Analysis, and Business Law at the Kelley School of Busines. She previously worked as USG of Operations at IndianaMUNC VI and Logistics Director at IndianaMUNC V. She is also a traveling member of Indiana MUN’s delegation. When she isn’t studying or working for the conference, Ashley enjoys martial arts and her lizard, "Echo the Gecko". Ashley is also an officer for IU’s karate club. She spent her summer nannying for a family in Indianapolis, and is incredibly excited to serve as Secretary-General for IndianaMUNC VII! 



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Maddie is a sophomore at IU, studying International Law and Institutions and Arabic through the Hamilton Lugar School. She is also pursuing a minor in French and Law and Public Policy. She is in her second year of traveling with Indiana Model United Nations and of working on the IndianaMUNC staff. In her time at IU, she has worked to represent student advocates as a member of IU Student Government, engaged in global conversations through Model United Nations and Arabic Flagship, and advocated for women's rights as a member of Girl Up. She loves IU’s friendly, supportive atmosphere and is a proud Hoosier. Maddie is so excited to meet you all at IndianaMUNC VII!


Chief of Staff


Hayden is a senior at the Kelley School of Business majoring in Economic Consulting and Business Analytics. He is originally from Chesterton, Indiana. This will be Hayden’s fourth year with IndianaMUNC, where he previously took roles as an Understaffer and USG of Crisis. It will be his second year as the Chief of Staff. Outside of the conference, Hayden serves as the President of both IndianaMUN and the Business Economics and Public Policy Club. He spent his summer interning for the Supply Chain division of Target Corp. Hayden is excited to see returning delegates at IndianaMUNC VII and expects it to once again be one of his favorite weekends of the year.


USG Operations


Riley Crump is a junior studying Biotechnology at the IU College of Arts and Sciences. She has previously served as a Logistics Director at Indiana MUNC VI and is in her second year on the Model UN travel team. Though she intends to have a career in medical and molecular genetics, Riley has a deep passion for international politics and is so glad to have joined the MUN family. When she's not in the lab or the library, Riley enjoys exploring Bloomington, reading all the YA fantasy novels she can get her hands on, and hosting game night with friends. She absolutely cannot wait to meet all the students that will make IndianaMUNC VII such a wonderful conference.


USG Finance

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Brett is a Sophomore from Chicago majoring in Finance. He has been participating in Model UN since his Freshman year of high school, and is excited to continue his MUN career. This past summer, Brett was an intern in the US Senate, and he has also interned at government watchdog group Open the Books. On campus, he is active in PSE Business Fraternity, political organizations, and was an opinion writer for the IDS. In his free time, he enjoys golfing, reading, and watching C-SPAN. He hopes to eventually pursue a career in politics or finance. 


USG Crisis Committees


Will is a Junior from Indiana, studying Computer Science with a focus in Cybersecurity, as well as Philosophy. He has been participating in MUN since his Sophomore year of high school, and is thrilled to help run and this year's crisis committees some of the best that this conference has seen. While he isn't yelling at his computer code to work, you can find him studying new developments in global politics, as well as cybersecurity reports, or writing up campaigns for Dungeon and Dragons and running them at the on-campus club, D&D @ IU. Will hopes to go to law school and study patent law.    


USG GA & Specialized

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Everett Kalman is a senior from Fishers, Indiana studying Law and Public Policy with a minor in Spanish. He has previously served as the Chair of the 1947 Constituent Assembly committee for IndianaMUNC VI and as a crisis staffer for the 1968 Mexican Student Movement committee at IndianaMUNC V. Outside of competing and working with Model UN, he enjoys writing for the Indiana Daily Student opinion desk, cooking new recipes, and practicing archery. Everett looks forward to a career in immigration law and working with Preemptive Love Coalition's humanitarian efforts around the world.


USG GA & Specialized


Fezaan is a junior from South Bend studying Neuroscience with a minor in Medical Sciences. He previously served as Chair of DISEC and Vice Chair of the Bellevue Crisis Committee. Outside of MUN, Fezaan is a member of the Hohmann Neuroscience Lab, studying the effects of drugs on the central nervous system of rats and ways of mitigating pain response as a substitute for opioids. That’s right, he likes giving drugs to rats. He also has fun taking cool pictures and driving too fast. 


USG Policy 


Quin Buckley is a Junior currently studying Economic Consulting, International Studies and International Business, splitting his time between the Kelley School of Business and the Hamilton Lugar School. He is from Columbus, Ohio, but has made a home for himself at Indiana University among Kelley’s Emerging Markets Club, Rotaract at IU and of course Model United Nations. Quin has been a part of IndianaMUNC for his entire time at IU, acting as a crisis staffer for IndianaMUNC V and a vice chair for IndianaMUNC VI. Outside of the university, he spends his time on his job creating content for an eCommerce consulting firm, learning to cook or listening to music.

IndianaMUNC VII offers an exciting array of committees including larger more traditional general assemblies, smaller specialized agencies, fast-paced and dynamic crisis committees and an application-only Ad-Hoc committee.


Large General Assembly

Disarmament and International Security Committee


Large General Assembly

Social, Humanitarian, and Cultural Committee


Large General Assembly

International Energy Association


Medium General Assembly

United Nations Human Rights Council


Specialized Agency

World Health Organization


Specialized Agency

Federal Aviation Agency


Historical Specialized Agency

We The People, Part Two: Constitutional Convention 2022


Advanced Specialized Agency

Bloc Style Committee: Brexit


Advanced Specialized Agency

2016 GOP Primary


Crisis Committee

Kievan Rus’: Rise of the Golden Horde


Crisis Committee

A New Peace: The Congress of Vienna


Crisis Committee

Dissent in the Heartlands: IU Board of Directors


Application-Only Advanced Committee

Ad Hoc Committee

Friday, February 19

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM | MUN 101 (Optional)

5:15 PM - 6:00 PM | Opening Ceremonies

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM | Committee Session I

Saturday, February 20

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM | Committee Session II

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM | Lunch Break

3:00 PM - 6:00 PM | Committee Session III

Sunday, February 21

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM | Committee Session IV

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM | Lunch Break

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM | Committee Session V

2:30 PM - 3:15 PM | Closing Ceremonies





While dates are firm, committee session timing is currently subject to change.