14 teams take part in a case study competition in public administration

Posted on Friday, March 31, 2017

Group of students in Public Administration

Students from Public Administration, enrolled in the 4th year Seminar course, demonstrated their skills on March 25th during the 5th edition of the of the Public Administration case competition. 

This friendly competition aims to put the students in a realistic simulation to test the knowledge and skills they acquired during their undergraduate studies iin public administration. Professionnals that work in the field and graduate students also took part in the event as judges and mentors. As it did in past years, the School of Political Studies provided substantial support to the event by sponsoring the lunch for all participants.

This year, 55 students, divided in 14 teams, took part in the competition. We wish to congratulate all participants for their sustained efforts and commitment. Three teams shared the top honour:

Compétition d'étude de cas 2017

Winning team, class of Professor David Brown: Melissa Joncas, Madison Kaskiewicz, Ashley Cheslock, Catherine Gaston, Tracy Ajjour (judges: Art Stewart and Jim Mitchell)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Compétition d'étude de cas 2017

Winning team, class of Professor Eric Champagne: Affany Sarah, Zorigtbaatar Enkhjin, Sansfaçon Justin, Simon Gethro (judges: Martine Tanguay and Marie-Joie Brady)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Compétition d'étude de cas 2017

Winning team, class of Professor Pierre Martel: Alana Couvrette,Bruno Jung-Millen, Nada Khnanafer, Yasmin Gannam, Marcus Mattinson (judges: Gert Zagler and Judith Buchanan)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special thanks for the graduate students that participated as mentors: Benjamin Diepeveen, Charles Étienne Beaudry and Jean-Philippe Tremblay.

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