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Challenge Accepted: 2015 Global health Case Competition at Emory

by Tricia Whitlock

Emory University and Emory Global Health Institute will be hosting 2015’s Global Health Case competition in March. The health event is a unique opportunity for graduate and undergraduate students from multiple universities and disciplines to come together to learn about, develop, and recommend innovative solutions for a 21st century global health problem. The international global health case competition brings together students from around the world.

Guest universities apply here to participate online between October 6-20, 2014. Teams will be selected on a first come, first-served basis. 

The Particulars:

  • Graduate and undergraduate students enrolled at accredited universities are invited to participate.
  • Teams should be comprised of four to six students, and at least three schools must be represented. For example, 2014’s winning team from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center was comprised of an engineering student, three medical students, and two business school students.
  • Post-graduate and post-doctoral fellows are not eligible to participate.
  • Emory will accept up to 23 guest university teams located across the globe. 24 teams (23 guest universities plus Emory University)
  • The case topic will be released the evening of Monday, March 23rd. Presentations will be due the morning of Saturday, March 28th.

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