A Carleton team placed second in the 7th annual National Annual Public Administration Case Competition, a joint project of CAPPA and the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC). The competition is designed to highlight the excellence of Canadian public administration programs and students, and to provide a valuable learning experience for students.
Participants are organized into teams and presented with a “real world” public administration case, with accompanying background material. They work together to develop the best solution over a day. Teams then deliver presentations for judges.
As shown below, the team consisted of (L-R): Prof. Chris Stoney (Coach), Sadie Harrison, Leith Wrightman, Paige Ladouceur and Ron Gallipeau.
More information about the competition can be found by clicking here.