Diplomacy, teamwork, problem solving, public speaking, technical writing, researching and SUCCESS. These are the marks of excellence that former and current members of Wright State's Model United Nations team share. Our Model UN program carries a winning streak at the National Model UN Conference unmatched by any other university. The proud alumni of this distinguished program are delighted to announce that an official Model UN Alumni Society has been established.
Randy began his full time career in Emergency Medicine as a paramedic for the Dayton Fire Department in 1985, after having graduated from Cedarville University where he served as an EMT-B and paramedic for both the University and the Cedarville Township Fire Dept. He later completed both medical school in 1991 and residency training in Emergency Medicine at the Boonshoft Wright State University School of Medicine. Randy then became a staff Emergency Physician at Miami Valley Hospital in 1994.
Tarin graduated from Wright State University in 2002 with a bachelor of arts degree in social work from the College of Liberal Arts. She is also a 2009 graduate of the Wright State/Ohio State joint Master’s in Social Work Program.During her master’s program, Tarin completed a thesis entitled “Using Service Learning to Teach Social Welfare Policy (2009)” and was the only WSU-OSU student in the program to complete a thesis. She recently co-authored an article with Dr.