Faculty and Student Development

MACHE Bowl


4th Annual Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity Bowl 


Winners - Team White

MACHE Bowl Team White Winners 2016

Team White included the following students:
Charley Cummings, Wake Forest School of Medicine - Physician Assistant
Crissy Dixon, Wake Forest University - Law
Stevie John, Appalachian State University - Social Work
Brandon Mendenhall, University of North Carolina Greensboro - Public Health Education
Vera Obinwanne, Wake Forest University - Management
Nikki Scheidecker, Wake Forest University - Divinity
Tasia Simon, Winston Salem State University - Health Administration
Ronda Wright, Winston Salem State University - Nursing



Second Place - Team Black

MACHE Bowl 2016 - Second Place - Team Black

Team Black included the following students:
Monica Banks, Wake Forest University – Divinity
Catherine Gold, Wake Forest School of Medicine – Physician Assistant
Kathleen Marrese, Wake Forest University – Management
Jasmine Perry, Winston Salem State University – Health Administration
Jessica Pollard, University of North Carolina Greensboro – Public Health
Education
John Allen Riggins, Wake Forest University – Law
Kelsey Stone, Appalachian State University – Social Work

 

Third Place Team Gold

MACHE Bowl 2016 Third Place - Team Gold

Team Gold included the following students:
Brit Donaldson, Wake Forest School of Medicine – Physician Assistant
Stephanie Gray, Appalachian State University – Social Work
Rachel Jordan, Wake Forest University – Management
Rachel Raimondi, Wake Forest University – Law
Sophia Russell, Wake Forest University – Divinity
Devyn Shaw, University of North Carolina Greensboro – Public Health
Education
Kinyada Wall, Winston Salem State University – Health Administration




Graduate Students From Area Universities Compete in Annual
Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity Bowl

 

Teams comprised of graduate students from Appalachian State University, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Winston-Salem State University, Wake Forest University and the Wake Forest School of Medicine tackle health disparities issues.

The MACHE Bowl features three interdisciplinary teams of graduate students from the various schools who address a complex health disparity issue from multiple disciplinary approaches.  Student teams interact to solve a healthcare case before a live audience.  The case is prepared and judged by a panel of faculty.  See all videos below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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