Congratulations Winning Teams!
Congratulations to all of the 2021 participating universities, and especially to the winning teams!

Winning Teams
Marcus Foundation Prize - Duke Kunshan University
2nd Place - Yeshiva University/Albert Einstein College of Medicine/CUNY School of Public Health
3rd Place - University of Pittsburgh
4th Place - Pennsylvania State University
5th Place - Brown University
6th Place - University of Texas Southwestern

Honorable Mention Awardees
University of Lagos
University of Minnesota
Universidad de los Andes
University of Notre Dame
Welcome EMGHCC Teams!
Dr. Jeffrey P. Koplan, Vice President for Global Health at Emory University and Director of the Emory Global Health Institute, welcomes participating university teams to the competition!

You can see a list of participating universities here. Below is a map of the countries and continents participating university teams are representing in the competition.

The directories of competition case advisors and judges are now available!
Important Dates
March 17 - 19, 2021 - Case Advisor Sessions

March 19, 2021 - First-Round Deliverables Due 6:00 pm EDT

March 20, 2021 - Competition Day - First-Round Judging, Final-Round Presentations, Announcement of Winning Teams

Emory Morningside Global Health Case Competition Week Schedule is now available!
Competition Rules and Judging
Rules Code of Conduct
Each team member should review the competition Rules and Code of Conduct document. Each team captain should arrange for his/her/their team members to electronically sign the Rules and Code of Conduct document and return it via a Drop Box File Request Link to EGHI by no later than Friday, March 12. EGHI accepts typed signatures on the form. Teams should only submit ONE form per team.

Rules and Code of Conduct Form
Drop Box File Request Link

During the first round of the competition, pairs of judges with expertise in the case subject and/or business and entrepreneurship will evaluate teams' submissions remotely. A separate panel of judges will evaluate the final-round teams' virtual slide presentations. As in previous competitions, judges will be blind to teams' university affiliations. EGHI will use an online judging platform called RocketJudge for the first round of the 2021 competition. Final-round judges will deliberate on the ranking of the final-round teams immediately after the final round presentations conclude. Student teams will receive the first- and final-round judging criteria when the case is released. For more information about the judging process, please review the Judging Overview document.

The directory of judges with links to their biographies is available here.
Making the Most of Your Case Advisor Session
Dr. Mohammed Ali, an Associate Professor at Emory's Rollins School of Public Health and practicing family physician, provides his insights into how you can make the most of your time with your case advisor. He also provides helpful suggestions regarding case preparation and how you can take full advantage of your case competition experience. Dr. Ali helped launch the competition in 2009, has advised many EGHCC student case writing teams, and has served as a competition case advisor annually since the program's inception. 
Good Case Solutions: A Judge's Perspective
Mr. Phil Jacobs, an Emory Global Health Institute Advisory Board member, successful businessman, and philanthropist, has judged Emory Global Health Case Competitions since 2010. In this brief video, Mr. Jacobs gives his perspective on the elements that make a good case solution. 
Prizes and Prize Payment
Marcus Foundation Prize (1st Place) - $6,000
2nd Place - $4,000
3rd Place - $3,000
4th Place - $2,000
5th Place - $1,500
6th Place - $1,000

EGHI staff will contact members of the prize-winning teams the week after the competition to begin the prize payment process.
 application period Closed
We look forward to hosting you virtually this year!

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