about 4 years ago

Requesting Reviewers' Comments

To all entrants: If you want to receive a copy of your reviewers’ comments, please submit your request in writing to my attention, either through the secure message center on this Challenge’s webpage or via e-mail (richard.lucey@samhsa.hhs.gov), with the subject line “Request for Reviewers’ Comments.” Requests will be processed within 1-2 weeks of receipt. Please note that requests for reviewers’ comments will be sent only to the official entrant of a submission.

Rich Lucey
Special Assistant to the Director
SAMHSA/Center for Substance Abuse Prevention


over 4 years ago

Announcement of Prizewinners

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is pleased to announce the three winners of the Technology-based Products to Prevent High-risk Drinking among College Students Challenge, as follows:

First place ($60,000): Syracuse University’s BeWise, an interactive website designed to reduce the occurrence and negative outcomes of excessive drinking by providing students with education regarding alcohol poisoning. The website emphasizes the need for awareness of one’s limits to reduce excessive consumption, knowledge of the signs of alcohol poisoning to know when to act, and familiarity with emergency numbers and responses to know how to act in a potential alcohol…

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over 4 years ago

Announcement of Winners Coming Soon!

Watch this space on Friday, September 13, for announcement of the three prizewinners in the Technology-based Products to Prevent High-risk Drinking among College Students Challenge.

Also, watch this space on Monday, September 16, for instructions on how entrants can receive copies of the reviewers' comments on their respective Submissions.

Rich Lucey
Special Assistant to the Director
SAMHSA/Center for Substance Abuse Prevention


over 4 years ago

Submission Deadline Approaching

This is a reminder to all potential entrants that submissions are due no later than 9:00am (EDT) on Monday, July 8, 2013. Good luck!

Rich Lucey, Special Assistant to the Director, SAMHSA/Center for Substance Abuse Prevention