WGSS: Austro-Hugarian Empire

In 1913 the Habsburg dual monarchy, Europe's most diverse state, is at a crossroads. It has followed in Germany's shadow ever since the Brothers' War and taken on a nationalist domestic and foreign policy to the detriment of relations with its old ally, Russia. But the Austrian Social Democratic movement has been slowly and steadily rising, fueled by the rejection of the idea that culture should divide nations, and that the rich and the noble should oppress the people. The time has come to decide both what Austria-Hungary will stand for, and whom it will stand with on the world stage.

Chair

Max ferber

Crisis Director

Noah martini

 Maxwell is a first year student from Ladera Ranch, California. While he is currently majoring in Economics, he is also considering Public Policy, Max also spends his time playing and practicing basketball and soccer. Since he has been at the University of Virginia, he has worked with and traveled with the MUN team to multiple conferences, and he has vice-charied VAMUN last year. Outside of Model United Nations, he is also involved with the Rotaract Club of UVA where he is in charge of events at the Martha Jefferson House. MUN is one of Max’s favorite things and he is excited to chair the WGSS.

Maxwell is a first year student from Ladera Ranch, California. While he is currently majoring in Economics, he is also considering Public Policy, Max also spends his time playing and practicing basketball and soccer. Since he has been at the University of Virginia, he has worked with and traveled with the MUN team to multiple conferences, and he has vice-charied VAMUN last year. Outside of Model United Nations, he is also involved with the Rotaract Club of UVA where he is in charge of events at the Martha Jefferson House. MUN is one of Max’s favorite things and he is excited to chair the WGSS.

 Noah Martini is a Second Year student living in Vienna, Austria. He is double majoring in History with a modern European focus and Foreign Affairs. He has been both an ACD and a CD for previous UVa MUN conferences and traveled with the MUN team four times. He speaks Spanish, German, French, and Arabic and enjoys strategy games. Back home he has worked for the US mission to the UN, the US Consulate in Vienna, and he is a professional ski instructor. At UVa he is a brother of Theta Delta Chi, but you can find him wherever people are misrepresenting Socialism.

Noah Martini is a Second Year student living in Vienna, Austria. He is double majoring in History with a modern European focus and Foreign Affairs. He has been both an ACD and a CD for previous UVa MUN conferences and traveled with the MUN team four times. He speaks Spanish, German, French, and Arabic and enjoys strategy games. Back home he has worked for the US mission to the UN, the US Consulate in Vienna, and he is a professional ski instructor. At UVa he is a brother of Theta Delta Chi, but you can find him wherever people are misrepresenting Socialism.