Bringing together leaders in global health, both established and emerging, through a week-long inter-institutional case competition hosted by the universities of NC State, UNC-Chapel Hill, and Duke.

The 2013 Triangle Global Health Case Competition provides a venue for North Carolina’s university students from multiple disciplines to develop innovative solutions for a specified global health problem. The case competition allows teams of four to six students to work through a real-life case scenario and develop concise, strategic recommendations for improving a global health issue. Teams have nearly one week to work on the case study and compete against other universities by presenting their recommendations to a distinguished panel of judges.