The World Affairs Program has created a number of resources to help students with Model UN, debate and public speaking skills.

Some of these resources can be found at the WAP Wiki page, and we are working to update the site and the information found on it.  You can also apply for an account to add your own contributions to the WAP Wiki. Some specific pages that may interest students include:  editable delegate guides and debate tactic guides, which you are welcome to edit and improve upon.  We also have posted a brief history of WAP, information about WAP's awards, and an archive of WAP's newsletters.

In addition, the World Affairs Program has a history of attracting students who have been interested in other leadership, scholarship and international opportunities around campus. Here are some links and information to programs outside of WAP that may be of interest to members:

The Global Pathways Program

The Garnet & Gold Scholar Program

The Office of National Fellowships

Social Science Scholars Program

College of Social Science Leadership Council

Beyond Borders Cultural Exchange