The following are members from the previous year’s (2017-2018) delegation, if you are interested in applying for the 2019 team, click here for information on the application!
Members of the Model UN Team are students selected through a competitive application process each September, consisting of a written application with an essay and an interview with the officers with a simulation exercise. The Model UN Team proudly includes students from several colleges and various majors, including history, environmental science, psychology, criminal justice, foreign languages and journalism. In March, each member will represent NMSU before thousands of other students at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City.
DeLorean is a senior majoring in Government at NMSU. He enjoys politics, football and traveling. This is his third year on the Model UN Team and he looks forward to representing NMSU in New York!
Connor is a senior in the department of Government. His passions include acting, riding a unicycle, and writing 2-3 sentence bios. This being his third year on the team, Connor hopes to finally master the New York City subway system.
Wilderness (Kai) Castillo-Dobson is a senior in the government department, minoring in both economics and international relations. Kai is from Portland, Oregon and after graduation hopes to attend law school.
Cody is a junior majoring in Government and minoring in International Relations. He enjoys reading, especially when he doesn’t have a ton of readings assigned by his professors. He also enjoys the challenge of strategy based games. He hopes to one day go to law school or work for the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Haley Stewart is a junior studying Criminal Justice, Government, Law & Society and Forensic Science. Some of Haley’s more useless talents include drawing (cartoons only), badly playing the violin and piano, and doing handstands. She looks forward to a career in law, foreign service, federal law enforcement or perhaps all three.
William Bradford (1st year)
William Bradford is a junior studying Government and History. When he is not questioning the foundation of reality, he is avoiding the fear of his inevitable demise through reading and playing video games. William hopes to work in the International Relations field upon graduation.
Mariana Marañón Laguna (1st year)
Mariana is a transfer student from Mexico City majoring in Psychology at NMSU. She considers herself a “multipotentialite”, someone whose interests span multiple areas. Her interests go from medicine and science overall to international relations, philosophy and languages.
Emma is a recent transfer student at New Mexico State University. She is a senior majoring in government and minoring in international relations. Emma enjoys cooking, traveling, and watching movies. Upon graduation next May, she hopes to pursue a future in international relations, diplomacy, or humanitarian aid.
My name is Iliana Viscarra and I am a freshmen majoring in Journalism. My favorite pastimes are yoga and petting cute dogs. This is my first year on the team and I am super excited. I hope to pursue a career in journalism to tell stories.
Anna is a freshman pursuing a major in Environmental science and a minor in biotechnology. She enjoys hiking, playing and listening to music, and drawing. As she enters her first year on the team, she hopes to familiarize herself with international conflicts and how they are settled in a professional setting as well as introduce herself to government related work to better her understanding of what kind of future she wishes to build.
Hello my name is Seth Wright, I am a Geography and government student in my junior year. In my free time I enjoy playing table top games. After Graduation I plan to go to grad school for Geography.
Amy is a junior double-majoring in German and Government, with a specialization in IR. She enjoys illustration, plants, foreign languages and culture, and sorta playing the ukulele. Her first year as party of the MUN team, Amy aspires to a diplomatic or service/research-oriented career, hopefully somewhere greener.