Global Case Competition
Developing team solutions to current global issues.
Congratulations to the 2015 Global Case Competition Winners:
2014 Global Case Competition 1st place team, WAZZU Worldwide, visited Bangladesh to address issues of arsenic poisoning. Watch the video of their experiences!
The Global Case Competition at WSU began in spring 2011, bringing graduate and undergraduate students from all WSU campuses to form multi-disciplinary teams to develop solutions to issues currently impacting a global community.
Teams of 4 to 6 students work together under a strict timeline to develop a strategic solution to the selected case. Teams present their strategies to a group of judges who will then decide the winners.
The winning team will have a chance to travel and/or receive a scholarship.Past Competitions
- Win travel and/or a small scholarship
- Build your resume – your participation in the GCC makes you a more globally-aware candidate for a future career.
The competition is open to any WSU student currently enrolled in the Spring semester. There will be 20 competing teams who will all receive the same challenge case. Each competing team will comprise four to six persons, including:
- At least two undergraduate students and two graduate students.
- Both international and domestic students
- Representation from at least two different colleges at WSU
- Representation from at least two campuses at WSU
- All team members must commit to participating in the entire competition.
Teams can work both individually and collectively to develop the team’s most creative and innovative solution to the case.
- Teams will develop a 2-page (maximum length) solution or set of solutions to the case.
- Expert judges will evaluate each team’s solutions and select the top 5 teams to compete.
- The five competing teams refine their solutions and develop their presentations one week before the final competition.
NOTE: Individuals who require travel to Pullman to compete must contact email@example.com. Efforts will be made to assist in transportation, subject to funding availability.
- International Programs
- Global Learning Department
For information about how you can support the Global Case Competition contactJack Purdie
Director of Development and External Relations | International Programs
Bryan Hall 206 | PO Box 5121
Pullman, Washington 99164-5121