Fourteen teams of undergraduate public health students from across the United States competed in the 2019 Public Health Scholar Bowl at Saint Louis University on April 6.
Now in its 7th year, the Scholar Bowl challenges undergraduate student teams to test their public health knowledge and allows them to connect with their peers and compete for cash prizes in a quiz bowl competition and a case study challenge.
This year, the case study focused on partnering with local communities to implement evidence-based approaches.
The 2019 case study competition winners were:
1st place – Mercyhurst University
2nd place – The George Washington University
Quiz bowl competition winners:
1st place – The Ohio State University
2nd place – Emory University
This year’s participating teams included:
George Washington University
Johns Hopkins University
Kent State University
Saint Louis University
The Ohio State University
Truman State University
The University of Alabama at Birmingham
The Public Health Scholar Bowl is an annual, student-organized event hosted in April by Saint Louis University College for Public Health and Social Justice.Tags: Friday Letter Submission