1991
Alumni (Scholar)

Jim Greiner

William H.P. Young Jefferson Scholar
Columbia, South Carolina
Degrees:
B.A. University of Virginia (1991)
J.D. University of Michigan School of Law (1995)
Ph.D. Harvard University (2007)

Bio:

Model United Nations, Assistant Director of Third Committee, Director of the Economic Commissions for Africa and Europe, Undersecretary General for General Assembly Special Committees; Member-at Large for Regional Seminars Program on the Ethiopian Famine, Board of Directors for the International Model United Nations Association; Director, Virginia Ethiopian Famine Regional Seminar; Assistant Director, Co-Director, Director of the University of Virginia Model United Nations NATO/Warsaw Pact Crisis; Undersecretary General and Vice-President, University of Virginia International Relations Organization; International Student Host and Host Selections Committee; University Journal, Editorial Writer; Pep Band; Bridge Club, Champion, President; Volunteer Reader, Center for Learning Disabled; Arizona Honors Academy Fellow; Preston Scholarship Winner; Phi Beta Kappa; Dean's List; John White Stevenson Fund Prize Winner; Echols Scholar; Government Honors Program with High Honors

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