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Student Undertakings

Professor Baudot organized a summer school program in Ougny, France in 2007. The program was organized to enable students to gain understanding of political, social, and cultural institutions and issues experienced in France and greater Europe. The aim is to prepare students to engage effectively and fully in international work.

Student Researchers in the Center
Over the 2007-2008 academic year, Professor Baudot engaged three students in research work for the center, Aimee Stakus as Research Assistant, Jenny Horgan who investigates modern art and global politics, and Alejandro Echeverri has worked on development and projects.

Academic Year 2007-2008
Students participated in the UN Day Luncheon sponsored by the United Nations Association of Greater Boston, as the guests of the French Ambassador. The luncheon was held in Boston and five students attended. The students were Sarah Gingerella, Margaret Haggerty, Aimee Stakus, Oleg Firsin, and Kevin DeBenedetto.

Model United Nations
Professor Kearney and the Model UN Club had a competition in Boston in 2008

International Law Moot Court
The International Law Class held a Moot Court hearing at the N.H. Supreme Court in December 2007. They presented their cases in front of a panel of judges.

Faculty Moot Court

New Hampshire Chief Justice John Broderick (center) presides at the Saint Anselm College International Law Moot Court. Two 2001 graduates, Paul Nicolette and Colleen Karpinsky, also served as judges. Both participated in the Moot Court exercise in 2000 and 2001, and both are currently lawyers in Manchester, NH.

Academic Year 2003-2004
Students coordinated and planned a three-day trip to the United Nations. Highlights of the trip included lunch in the Delegate's Dining Room, lectures by staff and diplomats, and a private tour of the United Nations.

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