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SSU participates in international Model African Union conference
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Savannah State University’s (SSU) Model African Union team competed in the 17th Annual International Model African Union Conference held in Washington, D.C., February 21-24, 2019, hosted by Howard University.

The Model African Union is a simulation of diplomatic proceedings, augmented by pre-conference study at home institutions. SSU’s team members served as delegates from the states of Algeria and Angola.

The team consisted of: Schönn Franklin, a junior political science major; Elainie Alix, a sophomore political science major; Henry Dennard, a sophomore homeland security and emergency management major; Traynearious Dillard, a senior computer information systems major; Shykeria Edwards, a senior political science major; Shaakira Ferron, a senior accounting major; Itunu Ilesanmi, a public administration graduate student; Ashia Manning, a senior mass communications major; Naomi McGee, a senior mass communications major; Danielle Porter, a junior political science major; Nigel Smith, dual-enrolled through Savannah Early College; and, Reauna Talton, dual-enrolled through Savannah Early College.