MODEL U.N. STUDENTS WIN AWARDS
Several Old Dominion University Model United Nations students won awards at the 38th annual University of Pennsylvania Model U.N. Conference Nov. 10-13 in Philadelphia.
Valerie Sprouse and Mohammed Khatib, both of Norfolk, received Outstanding Delegate awards representing Mexico in the Model U.N. General Assembly Special Political and Decolonization Committee. Sprouse is a freshman majoring in political science. Khatib is a sophomore.
Claire Wulf of Norfolk, a graduate student in international studies, received the Honorable Delegate Award representing Mexico in the U.N. General Assembly Legal Committee.
Brian Rinaldo of Newport News, a graduate student in international studies, received an Honorable Mention for representing Poland in the European Council.
Chris Grandi of Norfolk, a graduate student in international studies, received an Honorable Mention representing the Minister of Border Affairs in a simulation of the Afghan Cabinet.
Other schools represented at the Penn Model U.N. were Harvard, Yale, Georgetown, and the U.S. Naval Academy.
More information on the ODU Model U.N. is available on th Web at ttp://web.odu.edu/al/mun/odumun.
This article was posted on: November 22, 2004
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