Josephine Gresko, Lance Mendoza, Gruhi Patel, and Kush Savsani teamed to win a national title. (Tom Kojcsich, University Marketing)

VCU student Kush Savsani, a sophomore biology major in the College of Humanities and Sciences, has won the Clarion Case Competition. Savsani, alongside three other VCU students, was able to bring home first place in The National CLARION Case Competition 2022 held by the University of Minnesota. The competition focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion in health care. 

The group had to develop solutions to the hypothetical problem within health care. They are the first VCU team to win the competition and were awarded $8,500 in scholarship. “Us being connected to VCU and VCU Health gave us the ability to see how a health care system operates, especially in a case that involved diversity, equity, and inclusion,” Savsani said.

To read the full story go check out Students triumph at prestigious interprofessional case competition by James Shea.

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