Last month six Fairfield Univeristy students, including two IL majors and one IB major, attended the Harvard National Model United Nations conference. Harvard University hosted the conference at the Park Plaza Hotel in the Boston financial district. The Fairfield Model UN team participated in the conference as the delegation of Lesotho, a small African country that neighbors South Africa. Fairfield students participated in four committees at the conference.
Allison Scheetz ’16, an IL major and Caitlin Kenny ’16, a Politics major, participated in a simulated General Assembly committee for social, humanitarian, and cultural issues. Christopher Damon-Cronmiller ’13, a double major in IL and Politics sat on an Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) committee on sustainable development. Carolyn Kosweki ’14, an IB major and Tom Dalo ’14, an Accounting major, represented Lesotho in an ECOSOC panel on science and technology. Finally, Amanda Lynch ’13, a Politics major, sat on an energy committee.
The Model UN is an academic club that annually hosts a simulation conference for high schools students. The club also attends regional and international conferences. For more information about the club, contact email@example.com.