Twenty-four students representing Berry College’s Model United Nations club combined to win three awards at the November session of the 2008 Southern Regional United Nations Conference in Atlanta. More than 630 students participated in this conference, representing 73 Model U.N. countries.
Under the supervision of Dr. Kirsten Taylor, associate professor of government and international studies, the Berry students represented Nigeria and Cuba on several Model U.N. committees. They won two Position Paper Awards for their pre-conference preparation; additionally, first-year student Brin Enterkin won an honorable mention for her individual work as a delegate for the Commission on Sustainable Development.
“I am very proud of both the work that the club members put into preparing for the SRMUN Conference and their efforts to negotiate at the conference,” Dr. Taylor said. “This is a really dedicated group of students, and it’s a pleasure for me to work with them.”
Berry participants included:
-Celia Strickland, a senior international studies major, is the daughter of Byron and Arlene Strickland of Lakeland, Ga.
-Lynn Cherry, a freshman international studies major, is the daughter of Ms. Maria Corazon Cherry of Chatham, Ga.
-Dylan Tullos, a sophomore history major, is the son of Stanley and Marguerite Tullos of Valdosta, Ga.
-Hether Scheel, a junior government major, is the daughter of David and Tiffani Scheel of Jefferson, Ga.
-Justin Daley, a freshman dual-degree engineering major, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Winston Daley of Villa Rica, Ga.
-Joanna McDowell, a freshman government major, is the daughter of LCDR and Mrs. Marc McDowell of Bogart, Ga.
-Ralph Jennings, a freshman government major, is the son of Mr. Ralph Jennings Jr. of Atlanta, Ga.
-Derek Jones, a senior history and government major, is the son of Stanley and Marsha Jones of Lawrenceville, Ga.
-Kyle Johnson, a freshman, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Johnson of Kennesaw, Ga.
-Carina Brommet, a freshman, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Remco Brommet of Alpharetta, Ga.
-Taylor Smith, a junior international studies and English major, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Smith of Peachtree City, Ga.
-Laura Smolley, a freshman communication major, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Smolley of Harlem, Ga.
-Amber Tucker, a junior government major, is the daughter of Percy and Ramona Walker of Chatsworth, Ga.
-Charly Edwards, a senior government major, is the daughter of Jeanie Welch of Rising Fawn, Ga.
-Taylor Jackson, a junior international studies major, is the son of Jeffrey and Lori Jackson of Atlanta, Ga.
-Stephen Lindley, a senior communication major, is the son of Gary and Patricia Lindley of Lookout Mountain, Ga.
-Brin Enterkin, a freshman psychology major, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Enterkin of Fayetteville, Ga.
-Christine Clolinger, a junior environmental science major, is the daughter of Debra Ann Clolinger of Mobile, Ala.
-Alisha Dosani, a freshman, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Malik Dosani of Lilburn, Ga.
-Jon Lariscey, a junior government major, is the son of Edward and Betty Lariscey of Ellabell, Ga.
-Cetoria Tomberlin, a junior English major, is the daughter of Donna Bradley of Thomasville, Ga.
-Megan Cipollini, a senior French major, is the daughter of Shelley and Liddon Dell of Palm Coast, Fla., and Dr. Martin Cipollini and Kathy Patrick of Rome, Ga.
-Sarah Kersting, a sophomore international studies major, is the daughter of Paul and Annette Kersting of Norcross, Ga.
-Lauren Wright, a sophomore communication major, is the daughter of William and Deborah Wright of Fayetteville, Ga.
Prepared by student writer Leah Ryan
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