2011 Student Conference on United States Affiars (SCUSA) Delegates

Meneka Thiru and Benjamin Woodland were selected as the UAA delegates for the 63rd Annual Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA) which is held each fall at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.  Meneka is majoring in International Studies. Ben is persuing a double major in International Studies and German. SCUSA is a four day conference bringing together students from around the world, the largest such conference of its kind, and is an excellent opportunity to meet future leaders and policy makers. Delegates participate in round table discussions on a variety of current issues and on the problems faced by all the major world regions. 

 

2010 Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA) Delegates

Kimberly Pitney and Erick Romig were selected as the UAA delegates for the 62nd Annual Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA) which is held each fall at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.  Pitney is pursuing a double major in International Studies and Economics.  Romig is majoring in Languages with a concentration in Spanish. SCUSA is a four day conference bringing together students from around the world, the largest such conference of its kind, and is an excellent opportunity to meet future leaders and policy makers. Delegates participate in round table discussions on a variety of current issues and on the problems faced by all the major world regions. 

 

2009 Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA) Delegates

Jacquelynn Engebretson and Melanie Parrett were selected as the UAA delegates for the 61st Annual Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA) which is held each fall at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.  Both Engebretson and Parrett are International Studies majors.  SCUSA is a four day conference bringing together students from around the world, the largest such conference of its kind, and is an excellent opportunity to meet future leaders and policy makers. Delegates participate in round table discussions on a variety of current issues and on the problems faced by all the major world regions.

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Melanie Parrett and Jacquelynn
Engebretson are congratulated
at the 2010 Undergraduate Research
Symposium by Dr. Susan Kalina,
UAA's Faculty Representative
for SCUSA.

 

 

 

2008 Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA) Delegates

Severin Randall and Sara Janes were selected as the UAA delegates for the 60th Annual Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA) which is held each fall at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.  Severin is a University Honors College student majoring in Philosophy and a member of the Debate Team.  Sara is majoring in History. SCUSA is a four day conference bringing together students from around the world, the largest such conference of its kind, and is an excellent opportunity to meet future leaders and policy makers. Delegates participate in round table discussions on a variety of current issues and on the problems faced by all the major world regions. 

 

 

2007 Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA) Delegate

Umair Iqbal

Umair Iqbal is 
congratulated at the
2008 
Undergraduate
Research 
Symposium by
Dr. Susan Kalina, 
UAA's
Faculty Representative 
for SCUSA. 

Umair Iqbal and William Dupre were selected as the UAA delegates for the 59th Annual Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA) which is held each fall at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.  Umair Iqbal is a Biology major as well as a University Honors College student.  William Dupre is a Biology major, a University Honors College student and a member of the Forty-Ninth State Fellows Program. SCUSA is a four day conference bringing together students from around the world, the largest such conference of its kind, and is an excellent opportunity to meet future leaders and policy makers. Delegates participate in round table discussions on a variety of current issues and on the problems faced by all the major world regions. 

 

Umair Iqbal

 

 

 

 

Umair Iqbal, front center, with the Global Social Concerns Roundtable discussion group. 



 

2006 Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA) Delegate

Michelle Steffens2_web

Michelle Steffens is 
congratulated at the 
2007 Undergraduate 
Research Symposium
by her faculty mentor
Dr. Susan Kalina.

Economics major Michelle Steffens was selected as UAA's delegate to the 58th Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA) that is held at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. SCUSA is a four day conference bringing together students from around the world, the largest such conference of its kind, and is an excellent opportunity to meet future leaders and policy makers. Delegates participate in round table discussions on a variety of current issues and on the problems faced by all the major world regions. The 2006 theme was "Challenges to Security: Extremism, Resources and Globalization." Read Michelle's Policy Paper that was completed by her roundtable group at SCUSA.

"SCUSA is an excellent opportunity for socially-conscious individuals to unite in discussion of worldly issues and contemplation of the course of future events."  - Michelle Steffens

 

 

 

2005 Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA) Delegates

Nataliya Udovyk, majoring in Economics, and Rebekah Moras, majoring in Languages and Psychology, represented UAA at the 57th Annual Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA) held at the West Point Military Academy in New York, November 13-16, 2005. This year's theme was "U.S. Responsibility and the Global Community: Interests, Opportunities, and Ethics."

 

 

2004 Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA) Delegates

Tara Janik, majoring in Russian, History and German, and Debbie Mattson, majoring in Criminal Justice, were selected to attend the 2004 SCUSA event held at the US Military Academy, West Point, November 10th-13th. SCUSA is designed for undergraduates working in the disciplines of international relations, economics, political science, and related social science fields. SCUSA's overall purpose is to promote academic discussion of United States foreign policy, increase student appreciation for the complex nature of the policy-making process, and foster understanding among future leaders. Both students were fully funded by the Office of Undergraduate Research & Scholarship to attend this event.

 

 

2003 Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA) Delegates

Andrew Gardner, a History major, and Christopher Hall, a Political Science major, represented UAA at the 55th Annual Student Conference on United States Affairs.

 

 

2002 Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA) Delegates

Rebecca Antecki, a Languages major, Sarah Toberer, a Political Science major, and Victoria Lozinschi, a Political Science major, represented UAA at the 54th Annual Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA).