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Hannah-Kaye Fleming, a health administration services student, placed first in the Richard J. Stull Student Essay Competition held by the American College of Healthcare Executives, or ACHE. This is the third year a health administration services student has participated and has placed, with two first place finishers and one third place finisher.

Fleming will present her paper at the ACHE National Congress on Healthcare Leadership in Chicago and will receive a $3,000 cash prize. The health administration services program, which is in the department of political science in the College of Liberal Arts, will also be awarded a $1,000 cash prize for her first place finish.

As winner of this prestigious competition, Fleming will be formally recognized in front of thousands of ACHE members who will attend the Leon Gintzig luncheon on Wednesday, March 28.

"I am so proud that Hannah-Kaye's hard work and dedication are being recognized," said Joseph Aistrup, dean of the College of Liberal Arts. "I congratulate Hannah-Kaye and our health administration faculty members and advisors on this achievement."