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HNMUN 2011: America’s Best Model UN Team

by Ryan on February 21, 2011

Yale University won Best Large Delegation at HNMUN 2011! Outstanding Large Delegation went to the University of Chicago, with West Point winning Best Small Delegation and Universidad Metropolitana of Venezuela winning Best International Delegation.

Looking at the unofficial tally, Yale swept the awards with 5 Best Delegates, 7 Outstandings, and 3 Honorable Mentions. University of Pennsylvania won 1 more Best Delegate than the University of Chicago, but U. Chicago clinched the Oustanding Large Delegation award with 4 more Outstandings and 2 more Honorable Mentions.

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  • Ben

    Glad to see Clark on your list, even if their contention for the award was a long shot. As a former HD of the team, it’s been an amazing 5 years for us, going from winning our first ever award at the conference to regularly bringing in over 6 awards a year.

    • KFC

      Hey Ben,

      I think it’s great that Clark has been able to grow so much in the past five years. I would love to learn more about what Clark is doing to build up their team. Would you be interested in writing a guest post?

  • Angelica Surra

    Aw yeah we’re on the list.

  • Anynymous

    On a point basis, the Individual Award Results are as follows:
    1: Yale (China)
    2: UChicago (Russia)
    3: UPenn (Brazil)
    4: Metropolitina (Germany)
    5: Catolica (U.S.A.)
    6: United Netherlands (U.K.)
    7: Florida International (India)
    8: Clark (France)
    9: Simon Bolivar (Japan)
    10: USMA @ West Point (Tunisia)

    • Wouter

      Dude, United Netherlands is not from the U.K. SERIOUSLY!

      • Mariana

        Metropolitana, Catolica and Simon Bolivar are from VENEZUELA!!!! a great thing for our country!!! sooo proud of you guys!

    • ana

      You got it mixed! Numbers 4, 5 and 9 are Venezuelan Universities!

      • Miguel

        The countries in parentheses are the countries each delegation represented…

  • MUN love

    Ryan and staff,

    Great website and insight. Quick question: do you and the staff have any thoughts as to how some of these American schools have gotten so competitive in such a short amount of time? I saw this post on the circuit and was astonished to see the American rankings broken down like this:

    1. Yale
    2. Chicago
    3. Penn
    4. FIU
    5. Clark
    6. West Point

    Any thoughts would be

  • MUN love

    To finish my post, any thoughts on the matter would be greatly appreciated.

  • Roddy

    There is a Univeristy that should be included in the ranking. On a point basis, Universidad Central de Venezuela (UCV), representing Uganda, has 10 points by winning two best delegates and and two outstanding. With 10 points, UCV would be on 8th place, above Clark Univeristy. As HD of UCV i’m very proud of my team, 10 points in our first HNMUN is an achievement, the first of many to come.

    • Memo

      I’m with man! Very proud of your performance!

      • Memo

        with you* man! …

        Dunno what happened there

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  • JP

    Vamos Metromuuun!! Best intl delegation asi es!!

  • http://twitter.com/JerriNewman Jerri Newman

    Not sure where my previous comment went — am wondering if there are rules about awards and plagiarism. Thank you.

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