2019 Global Health Case Competition Results
Congratulations to everyone involved in the 2019 Global Health Case Competition this past weekend. Students spent a week developing sustainable, feasible, and creative solutions to to address challenges around refugee health and well-being in St. Cloud, Minnesota. Read the full case. The judges and case competition staff were very impressed by the dedication and quality of work from all of the teams. This year, there were 78 students from sixteen different schools and colleges within the University of Minnesota who competed and fifteen dedicated faculty and staff coaches who supported them throughout. Our judging panel this year spanned a wide variety of professions and ways of interacting with refugee and immigrant health services around the state. Congratulations to our finalist teams and our winners, who will go on to compete in the 2019 International Emory Global Health Case Competition in March.