The mission statement of UNSA Maastricht reads: “to distribute information on the structure and workings of the United Nations and its subsidiary organs as well as education and mutual understanding amongst the people by conveying the fundamentals of international elations, insights into the workings of international
organizations as well as knowledge about the countries of the world and international affairs to its members and other interested persons”. Since its foundation in 2006, UNSA has become one of Maastricht’s most important platforms for internationally orientated students to exchange on ideas and perspectives in order to make a change. Its different committees provide a forum for active members to gain insights into international politics and to take responsibility while also staying in touch with social life in Maastricht.
1.Bringing the UN to Maastricht – Every year, UNSA is proud to host several socio-academic events among which, lecture series and workshops are to be found just as well as debates on most diverse topics. The focus of these events vary from offering direct insights into international politics through its own magazine “The Diplomat” for example, to offering its members contacts at and information about job opportunities at different international institutions.
2.International Networking – One of UNSA’s most important dimensions is represented by a set of the most diverse social events, which take place in Maastricht throughout the entire academic year. From elegant charity balls in Maastricht’s finest venues, to neon-parties and city-trips – UNSA offers everything you need to build of a strong, international network of friends from all over the world.
3.Model United Nations all around the world – Throughout the last years, UNSA has evolved to being one of the most renowned debating societies of the Netherlands. Providing its members with an extensive training-program, UNSA’s delegations were awarded numerous decorations for their performances. This year again, UNSA is planning on actively discovering the world of diplomacy by sending delegations to more than 10 MUNs in Brazil,
The mission of the Division of Constituent Engagement is to engage and connect the university community locally, nationally and around the globe in support of Baylor’s mission, while creating sustainable lifelong connections to the university and to each other.
To advance Boston University by connecting alumni to one another and to the University through meaningful programs, benefits, services and communication.
To encourage alumni to participate actively in the Brown community, to attend events, to volunteer, to create new ways for alumni to stay connected to Brown, and to contribute to the greatness of our University.
Our vision is to involve the greatest possible number of alumni and alumnae with Brown on an annual basis by creating a range of programs and services so appealing that alumni will seek to remain engaged with the University and each other.
Consistent with the core values of community, education and service, the BAA’s programs and services should provide alumni with meaningful opportunities to: