Addressing Sex Trafficking in the US
And they're off! Thirteen teams of 4-6 students, from across the AHC and the rest of the university, are spending this week diligently researching, writing, analyzing, and critically considering solutions to this year's case for the Global Health Case Competition.
The 2017 case addresses sex trafficking in the neighborhoods in and around Atlanta, Georgia - a global health topic with national and local implications. It is the first “global-local” case used by the University of Minnesota competition. After spending the week working together, the interdisciplinary teams will present their proposals to an panel of expert judges. Please join us in celebrating the hard work of these students by attending the final presentations on Saturday, January 28 at 1:30 in 2-690 Malcolm Moos Health Sciences Tower. Learn more about Improving global health through competition on Health Talk.