UF students take top prize in national competition

Two University of Florida students won first place scholarships in a national health-care administration case competition.

Ajani Dunn and Carlton Inniss, both health services administration students in the College of Health Professions, won first prize in the Everett V. Fox Student Case Analysis and Presentation Competition. The competition was sponsored by the National Association of Health Services Executives.

Participants were judged on their ability to develop strategies and techniques for addressing a particular health-care organization’s challenges. Dunn and Inniss competed against 13 teams from other university graduate programs in health services administration. They each received a $3,000 scholarship.

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Jill Pease is the public relations director for the UF College of Public Health and Health Professions. She is responsible for developing public relations and communications strategies to promote the...Read More