AU Negotiation Project
American University Negotiation Project (AUNP) is a forum for those interested in practicing and improving their negotiation skills. AUNP hosts skills workshops, simulations and other events throughout the semester centered on these skills. AUNP also prioritizes hosting guest speakers to enhance our simulations and provide valuable background information for each specific topic. The goal in each simulation we run is to provide participants with a place to develop and enhance their understanding of negotiation theories through practice. The simulations cover diverse topics and formats, such as bilateral, multi-party and mediated-style negotiations. The negotiations apply to a diverse array of settings such as international relations, business, public policy, non-profits and law. Each simulation is unique and previous knowledge is never necessary for participants. During the simulation and the subsequent debrief, members will gain valuable insight into their own inter-personal negotiation abilities and develop a better understanding of the challenges conflicting parties and/or mediators face. To contact us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
AUNP Board for the 2014-2015 Academic Year:
President - Jordan Hersch
Vice President - Christy De Long
Marketing/Communications - Rachel Tranchik and Matthew Chrastek
Event Coordinator - Matthew Burgoyne
Treasurer - Katie Langford
A look back at some of our previous events:
September 19, 2010 - Northern Ireland Negotiation Simulation with guest speaker Professor Margaret Smith from American University (Simulation written by AUNP members Matt Fuller and Alison DeCamp) Event was co-sponsored by SEPGA.
November 11, 2010 - Salary Negotiation Simulation facilitated by ASU Professor Jess Alberts
October 22, 2010 - Negotiation Simulation facilitated by Skip Cole from USIP
October 10, 2010 - Iraqi Displacement Simulation facilitated by AUNP founder Julie Szegda