CPH Case Study Competition

Tuesday, April 2 11:00 am to 2:00 pm
Ohio Union Senate Chambers
1739 N High St. Columbus, OH 43210
The CPH Case Study Competition is an opportunity for students to solve a real world public health problem collaboratively and to present their solution to a panel of judges.

The Case Study Competition is organized by the Ohio State University’s College of Public Health in collaboration with Moms2B and the Public Health Graduate Student Association (PHGSA), and the Wexner Medical Center. The competition is intended to help students apply the skills they are learning in the classroom and work collaborative with those across degree programs and disciplines. This year's competition will focus on infant mortality. Groups will receive the case two weeks before presenting and will work to create a solution. Students then get to present their ideas to a panel of judges including our community collaborator this year, Moms2B. Cash awards will be awarded to the top two student teams courtesy of the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.

This event is part of the College of Public Health’s National Public Health Week.

Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students