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This year’s winners in the Undergraduate Competition:
First Place: University of Central Oklahoma
Students: Kala Williams, Kennedy Rozneck, Rachel Walker
Advisor, J. Sunshine Cowen
Second Place: University of Northern Iowa
Students: Lynn Kleyer, Kara Hooper, MacKenzie Helle
Advisor, Disa Cornish
Third Place: Truman State University
Students: Tessa Gisi, Parker Heman, Emily Rembush
Advisor, Carol Cox
This year’s winners in the Graduate Competition:
First Place: University of Florida
Students, Gina DeSanctis, Liz Leja
Holly Moses, Advisor
Second Place: Western Michigan University
Students: Michelle Ferris, Elizabeth Healy
Advisor, Shannon McMorrow
What is the National Case Study Competition in Health Education™?
Every year, NCSCHE™ brings together up to 50 teams (30 undergrad and 20 grad) from leading universities to compete in solving a real-life challenge. Three weeks prior to the competition, students and their advisor will be emailed a community-based public health case. Students work independently to develop a resolution to the issue and a presentation for a panel of judges. Teams will have free reign to address the issue as they see fit, but generally they will have to show competence in the NCHEC Core Competencies for a Health Education Specialist. Students present to a panel of judges, given approximately 15 minutes to present, and then 10 minutes for questions from the panel.
Eta Sigma Gamma has partnered with the National Case Study Competition in Health Education™ (NCSCHE™).
You will need the following information to register:
–Date of Registration
–Undergraduate or Graduate team
–Advisor: Name, e-mail, Phone
–Participants: Name, email, Phone— 2 participant spots for graduate teams, 3 participant spots for undergraduate teams
–ESG Chapter affiliation: yes/no, and if yes, which chapter
–Payment for registration fee, $200 for ESG Chapters, $250 for non ESG chapter affiliation.
–Agreement to the following statement: “As a registered participant in the National Case Study Competition in Health Education™, we understand that 1) we have committed to participation; failure to complete the competition will result in loss of registration fees and prohibited participation for the next two years, and 2) we will notify the Competition in the case that team participants change.”
— You will receive the Rules for Participation upon registration.
REASONS TO COMPETE
You will have the opportunity to apply CHES competencies to the case and do what you’ve been training to do.
You will gain highly useful skills such as becoming good at team work, problem solving and applying theory to real life cases.
Companies are constantly looking for people with problem solving skills to combat the challenges that they might face in their market, participating in case competitions will put you on their radar.
The main takeaway that we hear from previous participants is the amazing experiences. Take part in the events that we plan or the personal encounters with people from all over the United States.
WHEN IS THE COMPETITION?
The NCSCHE™ competition was held on February 25 and 26, 2021.
WHAT DOES IT COST?
There is a $250 registration fee for each team. If the team is part of an ESG chapter, there is a $50 discount applied.
How to register
Registration is now closed. Please contact us with questions.
Sponsor NCSCHE™$25.00 – $10,000.00