A huge congratulations to the winners of the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Undergraduate Case Competition!
Students formed five teams to tackle a case that presented several ethical dilemmas during the competition, which took place virtually on Friday, Jan. 28.
The teams had about two weeks to prepare their initial ethical analysis of the case and provide their findings in a 15-minute presentation to the judges. They then were asked 5 minutes of questions.
Additionally, the teams were given a twist to the case, and they had only 45 minutes to address the new information and provide their findings in a 5-minute presentation to the judges.
A team of six students will compete in the national competition that will take place in Denver in April.
The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Undergraduate Case Competition is an excellent way to apply ethics to real-world scenarios and make lifelong friendships with your teammates. You can find out more information about the upcoming undergraduate case competition here.
Congratulations to everyone who participated, and to the winners!
Birds Aren’t Real Consulting
Gerrit Van Beuge
Themis Consulting Group
Wasatch Sasquatch Consulting
Pedro Rodriguez Gonzalez