Rules & Regulations


Public Health Trivia Challenge

For the Trivia Challenge, teams face off head to head for a series of questions. Teams are comprised of 4-6 people from one school, but only 5 will participate in each round.

Any student enrolled in the undergraduate program at a school of public health is eligible to participate.  Students enrolled in an undergraduate degree program with an interest in public health are also encouraged to participate.

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The questions will be read by moderators.  The first team to buzz in and answer the question correctly in the allotted time earns points for that question. The team that earns the most points during each question round will advance in the bracket.

Be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook for Public Health Trivia Challenge practice questions!

Case Study

Each team is comprised of 4-6 students from a school.  Teams that enter the case study competition will receive a case to solve three weeks prior to the competition on March 21, 2014.  During those weeks, each team will put together an electronic presentation on the case study.  Leading public health officials will anonymously judge each team for a chance to win!

Teams that sign up after March 21 but before the final registration deadline of March 28 will receive the case study within one business day of registration.


For more information about the Trivia Challenge and Case Study, check out the manual from the Inaugural Public Health Scholar Bowl in 2013!*


 * Please note: Rules and regulations are subject to change for the 2014 Undergraduate Public Health Scholar Bowl based on feedback from first-year participants.

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