Model EU Student Awarded ‘Outstanding Delegate’
March 30, 2020
Emma Williams, a junior majoring in history, won Outstanding Delegate honors for her strong performance at the West Coast Model EU Conference March 6-7 in Seattle, Washington. Williams was part of a team of six College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences students representing the University of Idaho at the event. The team, advised by Assistant Professor of Political Science Florian Justwan, negotiated the European Union’s climate change and gender equality policies representing France, Denmark and Czechia. Other students participating were international studies students Marisa Lloyd and Luisa Meyer; political science student Curtis Jeffery; Andrew Forrey, who is double majoring in international studies and Spanish; and Molly O’Brien, who is double majoring in political science and psychology. Participation in the event was made possible by funding from the John Wallace Curricular Enhancement Endowment.
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