Daviess County Peer Recovery Program Case Competition


The Indiana University Center for Rural Engagement and School of Public Health present: A Case Competition.

This case competition is open to Indiana University students at any class level, major, or program. The selected team has the chance to win $1,000.

Proposals are due April 13. 

Submit your proposal 


The Center for Rural Engagement at Indiana University Bloomington established the case competition for the Daviess Community Hospital Peer Recovery Program project as an opportunity for multi-disciplinary teams of students at IU Bloomington to examine and propose plans for this community initiative.

An award for the top entry, as determined by a committee of judges, will be $1,000 for the team, which will be divided evenly among each team member and distributed to each team members’ bursar account. Per IRS guidelines, winnings for this competition are considered to be scholarships. Winnings will be applied to any outstanding bursar charges and remaining funds will then be refunded to the student. This scholarship could have implications for financial aid packages and other scholarship eligibility; students should consult with the Office of Financial Aid with any questions.

The Center for Rural Engagement, Indiana University Bloomington.

By entering this Competition, all entrants agree to release, discharge, and hold harmless The Trustees of Indiana University and its affiliates, subsidiaries, advertising agencies, agents, and their employees, officers, directors, and representatives from any claims, losses, or damages arising out of entrants’ participation in this contest or any competition-related activities and the acceptance and use, misuse, or possession of any prize awarded hereunder.

Indiana University assumes no responsibility for any error, omission, interruption, deletion, defect, or delay in operation or transmission; communications line failure; theft or destruction of or unauthorized access to competition entries or entry forms; or alteration of entries or entry forms. Indiana University is not responsible for any problems with or technical malfunction of any telephone network or lines, computer online systems, servers or providers, computer equipment, software, failure of any email entry to be received on account of technical problems or traffic congestion on the internet or at any website, human errors of any kind, or any combination thereof, including any injury or damage to entrants’ or any other persons’ computers related to or resulting from participation, uploading or downloading of any materials related to in this competition.