A team of undergraduate students from The Ohio State University took home first place in the case study competition at the 2017 Public Health Scholar Bowl at Saint Louis University’s College for Public Health and Social Justice on Saturday, April 1.
Now in its fifth year, the Public Health Scholar Bowl at Saint Louis University is an opportunity for undergraduate students to test their public health knowledge, connect with their peers, and compete for cash prizes of up to $1,000 in a quiz bowl competition and a case study challenge.
The quiz bowl competition winners were Mercyhurst University, first place, and Johns Hopkins University, second place. Macalester University took home second in the case competition.
“Scholar Bowl is organized with the vision and purpose of engaging our students in conversation on important public health issues. This year’s theme was mental health. We increasingly recognize the importance to of drawing attention to this part of public health, which too often has not been factored into the way we address health issues,” says Dr. Collins Airhihenbuwa, dean of the Saint Louis University College for Public Health and Social Justice. Dr. Brian Boutwell, professor of criminology and criminal justice at the College, gave the keynote speech.
In addition to the winners, teams from across the country participated in this year’s event:
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