HSU’s Leadership Studies program always has an exciting
project underway. Whether it is a bike ride, study abroad trip, or Model United
Nations competition, the group is always on the go. Their current project is
planning the first-ever Texas Crisis Simulation set for April 13-14.
Held at the HSU campus, this conference will test and
develop participants’ thinking and teamwork skills as they plan responses to
three possible Texas crises: Texas secession, Hurricane Harvey, and the North
Korea Crisis. Participants will learn to identify and define problems, develop
solutions in a changing and political context, and build influence and
HSU Leadership’s Model UN team will host and facilitate the
event. After participating in a Florida Crisis Simulation, the team made it
their mission to share their experience in their home state.
“Participating in this conference will be a once in a
lifetime opportunity,” said Michelle Chahyadi, Leadership Studies Event
Coordinator. “Not only will it be great for your resume, but it will also build
your international awareness and your thinking skills. Attending this event
shows that you are proactive and that you
take charge of your future.”
The conference is open to both high school and college
students. The registration fee is $10 which covers breakfast and snacks. The dress is business professional, and no
prior experience is needed. Deadline to apply is Friday, April 6, but late
applications will be accepted. The application can be found here.