Student Affairs

2010 Virtual Case Study Winners

The judges have made their choices. We would like to congratulate all teams for participating in this year's competition of creating two 1-4 minute New Student Orientation videos. Prizes were awarded for Most Educational and Most Creative.

A complete write-up and listing of all the submitted videos, is available in the Spring 2010 Edition of The Journal of Technology in Student Affairs.


Most Educational

1st Place: Oklahoma State University

Lena Kavaliauskas, Scott Busiel, Bryan Hinnen, Jennifer Conyac
$150.00 to each team member

"Career Services pt1""

"Career Services pt2""

2nd Place: University of Connecticut

Margaret Bertram, Drew Cekada, Eric Crumrine, Christie Letarte
$100.00 to each team member

"CMHS Orientation"

"Living On-Campus"

3rd Place: University of Central Arkansas

Joseph Wheeler, Mike Simpson, Nathan Lynch, James Goin
$50.00 to each team member

"Career Services "

"Counseling Center"

3rd Place: University of Connecticut (McCall Team)

Caroline McCall, Faith Sumpter, Heather Wilhelm
$50.00 to each team member

"Learning Communities Video"

"Student Activities Orientation"


Most Creative

1st Place: Western Illinois University

Jenny Douglas, Mollie Allred, David Downing, Adam Ludwig
$150.00 to each team member

"The Transfer Year Experience"

"First Year Experience"

2nd Place: Eastern Illinois University (Hanley Team)

Jacob Hanley, Justin Schuch, Kate Schmidt
$100.00 to each team member

"Intro to the Residence Hall"

"Locked Out"

3rd Place: Florida International University

Bryan Hubain, Tyler Groll, Delio Morato, Robert Borgmann
$50.00 to each team member

"Career Jungle"

"Career Services"