Announcing the Winners of the E-PARCC Fourth Annual Teaching Case and Simulation Competition
The Maxwell School of Syracuse University Collaborative Governance Initiative (CGI) is pleased to announce the winners of the fourth annual collaboration teaching case and simulation competition. Cases and simulations for use in teaching collaboration are available free on-line here.
New $5,000 First Place Winner of the Snow Foundation Award for Best Case or Simulation in Collaborative Nonprofit Management
Jodi Sandfort of the Humphrey Institute, University of Minnesota: “Making Work Pay: Improving Implementation of the Earned Income Tax Credit at Accountability Minnesota.”
New $5,000 First Place Winner
Noam Ebner, Werner Institute of Creighton University and Yael Efron: “Little Golano” – A Simulation Game on Collaboration, Negotiation, Mediation, Conflict Analysis and Resolution, and international law
New $1,000 Honorable Mention Winners
Mike George, University of Nebraska: “An Exercise in Environmental Collaborative Planning.”
Mark Davis, University of Colorado and Danielle Varda, University of Colorado: “The Indiana Household Hazardous Waste Task Force.”
Mark Davis, University of Colorado and Danielle Varda, University of Colorado: “Mapping Network Structure in Complex Community Collaboratives.”
Trent A. Engbers, Indiana University and Kristin Bishay: “Guardian Ad Litem of Madison County.”
Last year’s winning cases and simulations on collaboration have been translated into Chinese and Spanish. They also are available on the CGI website here, along with winning syllabi for courses in networks and collaborative public management.
View current and past winners here.