Syracuse University offers a wide array of opportunities for
student involvement, many of which include are internationally focused. The Office of Student Activities
offers many resources on ways to get involved. For a comprehensive list of
student groups, please browse the list of recognized student
The following independent groups grew out of the interests
of International Relations students and may be of special interest:
The mission of the IR Club is to provide its members and the
Syracuse University community opportunities for education and reflection about
international relations through engagement with international relations
scholars and practitioners, student associations on campus and community
President – Katie Conti
Vice President – Vicky Chan
Secretary – Arva Hassonjee
Treasurer – Lacee Harper
Social Media Chair – Bianca Castro
To get involved in the IR Club, email email@example.com or visit the club's Facebook page.
Model United Nations
The MUN Club is an opportunity to learn more about the
United Nations as well as debate techniques, conference procedures, resolution
writing and negotiation. Students participate in a simulations,
representing a country and learn about its history, politics, culture, and
Secretary-General – Nick Rogers
Deputy Secretary-General – to be elected in the fall semester
Rapporteur – Jiahe (Edward) You
Treasurer – Alexandra Voss
To get involved in the MUN Club, visit the club's OrangeSync profile.
Oxfam at Syracuse
Oxfam is an international relief and development
organization that operates in over 90 countries to create lasting solutions to
poverty, hunger, and all forms of injustice. The group at SU works in alignment
with Oxfam America.
Co-Presidents – Arva Hassonjee and Bianca Castro
Secretary-Treasurer – Adriana Salazar
Community Service and Outreach Chair – Vicky Chan
Campaign and Organization Chair – Nick Rogers
To get involved in Oxfam at SU, email oxfam.syr.@gmail.com, visit their Facebook page or check out the Oxfam at SU website.
UNICEF at Syracuse
UNICEF works in 190 countries and territories to protect the
rights of every child. UNICEF has spent 70 years working to improve the lives
of children and their families. Defending children's rights throughout their
lives requires a global presence, aiming to produce results and understand
their effects. UNICEF at Syracuse University educates, advocates and raises funds for children across the world and believes in ZERO child deaths due
to preventable causes.
President – Kaylah Grant
Vice president – Christian Dominguez
Secretary – Sadikur Ahmed
Treasurer – Isabela Ramirez
To get involved in UNICEF at SU, visit their Facebook page, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org, or follow them on Instagram and Twitter at @syracuseunicef.