On Saturday, February 7, 2009, 18 teams of university/college students gathered in seven provinces to compete in Round One of the 2009 CES Student Evaluation Case Competition organized by the Canadian Evaluation Society. They were given five hours to design an evaluation plan for the Real Me Experience, an electronic learning module on self-esteem and body image for young women. This case was kindly provided by the National Eating Disorder Information Centre. Congratulations to all the Round One competitors on a job well done in tackling this complex case!
The 18 teams who competed are:
- Carleton University, Public Policy and Administration, Artemis Consulting
- Carleton University, Public Policy and Administration, The Outliers
- Carleton University, Public Policy and Administration, Evaluation Domination Inc.
- Dalhousie University, School of Public Administration, TUGBOAT Consulting
- Georgian College, Research Analyst Program, Summit Research Group
- Georgian College, Research Analyst Program, Agnosco Research
- Memorial University of Newfoundland, Applied Social Psychology, Solomon Four Consulting
- Memorial University of Newfoundland, Applied Social Psychology, MAKK Consulting
- Memorial University of Newfoundland, Applied Social Psychology and Health, A J Consulting
- OISE/University of Toronto, Human Development and Applied Psychology, Ergo Solutions
- Université Laval, Médecine préventive et sociale, The Experts
- University of Alberta, Educational Psychology, Team CRAME
- University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University, Interdisciplinary Graduate Studies Program (UBC) & Health Sciences (SFU), Global Solutions
- University of Guelph, Rural Planning and Development, Les Royal Gryffondors
- University of Ottawa, Graduate Studies, ABPinc.
- University of Ottawa, Education, BusiBees Consulting
- University of Saskatchewan, Applied Social Psychology, Sound Research Group
- University of Victoria/ Wilfred Laurier University/ University of the Fraser Valley / British Columbia School of Technology, Intercultural Education and Training and Hispanic Studies, Economics and Administration, Public Administration, Crime Scene Analysis, Knowledge and Information Services
And the three finalist teams are...
Their submissions are available on the Student submissions page of this Web site.
We would like to thank all the teams, coaches, and judges who participated in Round One. All teams will be provided feedback on their submissions shortly.
We invite all those attending the CES National Conference in Ottawa June 1-3, 2009 to observe the Final Round of the Case Competition which will be held during the conference. Come out and support our next generation of evaluators!
2009 Case Competition Working Group