The Third Annual Public Health Scholar Bowl will be held the weekend of April 10 – April 12 at the Saint Louis University College for Public Health and Social Justice in St. Louis, Missouri. Scholar Bowl is unique opportunity for teams of undergraduate public health students to participate in a national competition consisting of a case study presentation and a trivia challenge. Participants apply their education in a fun and dynamic setting, while the winners take home cash prizes and gain recognition for their team and school. The event will also include a social night for networking, a graduate school fair, a service project at a local elementary school, and a keynote address from faculty member Dr. Norm White, a criminologist nationally regarding the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri. Registration is $75 per student for early registration, but increases to $85 after February 7th. Registration is open until March 27th. For more information or to register, visit publichealthbowl.slu.edu, email Publichealthbowl@slu.edu, or search for Public Health Scholar Bowl from any Facebook page.