WELCOME TO DISEC
– Your Chairs will be Layla Jubrial-Jaber and Noor Jaber –
Layla is a senior Biology major, Religious Studies minor at Rhodes. She is the Rhodes Student Associate for the Biology department, and also works as a teaching assistant. Layla first fell in love with Rhodes after participating in MSMUN her freshman year in high school. She participates in the MUN class at Rhodes and is also a co-leader of a program called RedX, which strives to expose and incorporate the different opinions, races, and cultures that make up the student, faculty, and staff at Rhodes. Layla is also working on researching the educational disparities across Memphis to hopefully help bridge the gap between students and access to better educational opportunities. On campus, Layla is a Day Scholar and member of the Muslim Student Association.
My name is Noor Jaber and I am a sophomore here at Rhodes. I plan to major in International Studies and minor in Political Science. I was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee where I attended Germantown High School. I have been a part of Model UN since high school and am very excited to be able to continue participating in this program through college.
MSMUN XXXVIII DISEC TOPICS:
Nuclear NonProliferation in Southeast Asia
Regulation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
The UN Office of Drugs and Crime