Congratulations to the CPH students who competed in the NAHSE student case competition on Oct. 9 in Washington, D.C. Although the team wasn’t selected to advance to the semifinals, the opportunity was a great learning experience, says Dan Gentry, the team’s mentor and director of the MHA program in the UI College of Public Health.
“On behalf of our CPH students, faculty, and staff, and alumni, I want to thank them for their hard work during the past three weeks, their initiative and commitment, and their professionalism and collegiality,” says Gentry.
The team members are:
- AK Ali, first-year HMP doctoral student
- Carly Beastrom, second-year MHA student
- Courtney Klopfenstein, second-year MPH student
Observers (who also attend the case competition and NAHSE annual education conference with the team):
- Anne Edwards, first-year MHA student
- Bradley Jessen, first-year MHA student
- Campbell Pendleton, first-year MHA student
- Jordan Schott, first-year EMHA student