[pccgrads] Global Health Business Case Competition

Cecilia Bitz bitz at uw.edu
Fri Nov 9 11:59:10 PST 2018



The Global Business Center, along with the Jackson School’s Center for
Global Studies and UW’s Department of Global Health, would like to
announce the 2019 edition of the Global Health Business Case Competition
(GHBCC)
<https://foster.uw.edu/centers/gbc/competitions/global-health-business-case-competition/>.
As in years past, the case will involve solving a critical global health
challenge. Graduate and undergraduate students of all disciplines, from
UW Seattle, Bothell, and Tacoma, are invited to participate.

*_About the _**Global Health Business Case Competition:*
<https://foster.uw.edu/centers/gbc/competitions/global-health-business-case-competition/>*_
_*This competition builds on the traditional business school case
competition model by bringing together students from multiple
disciplines including business, engineering, area studies and health
sciences in a competitive environment. Instead of addressing a typical
management or supply chain issue, students will instead tackle a
critical global health challenge.

Watch this video to learn more…
<https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TBKmaGHKqA>__

*Competition Details*
<https://foster.uw.edu/centers/gbc/competitions/global-health-business-case-competition/>*__*

* *Registration opens November 30*
* Join for Info sessions in November and December
<https://www.trumba.com/calendars/sea_gbc?trumbaEmbed=filterview%3DGlobalHealthCaseCompetition>(11/14,
11/20, 11/29 or 12/5)
* Competition takes place January 23-26^th - The competition will
begin with a kick-off event on Wednesday, January 23^rd , followed
by 48-hours of case analysis. Students will present their solutions
to a panel of judges on Saturday, January 26^th . Winning teams from
each track (graduate and undergraduate) will receive $500; second
place teams will receive $200.
* Multidisciplinary teams - All teams must be interdisciplinary with
at least two majors represented. Graduate teams must have at least
one Foster School Master’s Student per team (MBA student or
Specialized Master’s Program student
<https://foster.uw.edu/academics/degree-programs/specialized-masters-programs/>).

Please share this information with any students who might be interested
in your department. I have also attached a flyer that contains further
event details. Feel free to direct any questions my way (jgkraft at uw.edu
<mailto:jgkraft at uw.edu>).__

Best regards,

Josie

*Josie Kraft*
Assistant Director of Global MBA Programs
Global Business Center
Foster School of Business

Mackenzie Hall 137, Box 353200
Seattle, WA 98195-3200
206.616.3806  / jgkraft at uw.edu <mailto:jgkraft at uw.edu>
foster.uw.edu/centers/gbc/

--
Cecilia Bitz
Professor in Atmospheric Sciences
Director of the Program on Climate Change
office: 206-543-1339
fax: 206-543-0308
email: bitz at uw.edu or bitz at atmos.washington.edu
web: http://www.atmos.washington.edu/~bitz/

Atmospheric Sciences box 351640
University of Washington
Seattle WA 98195-1640 USA

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