The Journal of Technology in Student Affairs
Spring 2016 Edition
15th Annual Virtual Case Study Competition
This edition of The Journal of Technology in Student Affairs is dedicated to 15th Annual Virtual Case Study Competition for Masters level students in student personnel administration, counseling or higher education administration graduate programs.
This year we received 48 team submissions from 33 separate schools. Nilza Santana, Suzanne Jasmine, Bianca Lambert, and Sarah Beth Potter from Clemson University won top honors. Julie Edler, Kristen Thornton, and Beth Bodiya from Concordia University placed second. December Lange Treacy, Alyssa Anzalone, Marissa DuCharme, and Jennee Schansberg from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee earned third place.
This year's case scenario
asked teams to create a presentation for how a college can be a more welcoming environment for transgender students.
Nilza Santana, Suzanne Jasmine, Bianca Lambert, Sarah Beth Potter
$150 awarded to each team member
Julie Edler, Kristen Thornton, Beth Bodiya
$100 to each team member
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
December Lange Treacy, Alyssa Anzalone, Marissa DuCharme, Jennee Schansberg
$50 awarded to each team member
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