A team of Clinton School students won second place Saturday in the finals of Policy Solutions Challenge USA, a national competition among U.S. schools of public policy, public affairs and public administration.
Clinton School students Mara D’Amico , Angela Bukenya , Christine Sumner and Jillian Underwood finished second among eight finalists for their presentation on “Responses to Childhood Obesity in the U.S.” which was the topic of this year’s challenge. A team from the University of Wisconsin finished first while Brown University finished third.
Other schools in the competition were American University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Ohio State University, University of Southern California and University of Washington.
The Clinton School team won the South Region competition in February and competed at the finals Friday and Saturday at the American University School of Public Policy in Washington, D.C.
For more information on Policy Solutions Challenge USA, visit policychallenge-usa.org .