University of Lynchburg students represented the Principality of Monaco in the National Model United Nations this week, winning a Position Paper Award and being named the “Distinguished Delegation.”
Kimberly Mendez Lemús arrived at the University of Lynchburg (almost) by chance — and she’s been grateful for the happy accident ever since.
The University of Lynchburg’s Model UN delegation recently won four Outstanding Position Paper Awards. While the annual National Model United Nations simulation could not be held in New York City due to the COVID-19 pandemic, delegations were invited to submit their position papers for judging.
In late March, the University of Lynchburg sent a contingent to the National Model United Nations in New York City. Over the five-day event, the 17 students represented Estonia.
The University of Lynchburg sent students to compete at the 26th annual Mid-Atlantic European Union Simulation held in Washington, D.C., and Arlington, Virginia, November 9-11.
The University of Lynchburg Model United Nations team won a bevy of awards at the annual UN simulation conference in New York last week. The Lynchburg team of 16 students […]