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Race & Case
February 24, 2021

As one of the country's premier business ethics case competitions, Race & Case allows students to apply critical thinking and ethical decision making to unique, real-world situations.

Each year the Daniels College of Business has hosted teams from around the country in a premier business ethics case competition and alpine ski challenge rolled into one. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2021 Race & Case competition will be held virtually. There will be a virtual race component in place of the ski portion of the competition to test your team’s ability to adapt to the online world. Be a part of this one-of-a-kind case competition!

Race & Case will be held Feb. 24-26, 2021.

Day 1–3: Virtual business case competition hosted by the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business
Day 3: Virtual awards events

Team Composition:

Teams will consist of four graduate students.
Teams must include at least one male and one female competitor.
Every team member must be a current student at the educational institution affiliated with the application submitted by the team.
Teams may include any combination of part-time and full-time graduate students.
Teams may not have more than one executive MBA student participate.
Only one team per university may compete.

Congratulations to the 2020 Race & Case winning team from the Georgia Institute of Technology! Here are our top three winners for 2020:

Georgia Institute of Technology
University of Florida
University of Pittsburgh
University Of Denver
Eligible Schools
Georgia Tech
Jones Graduate School Of Business - Rice University
Krannert School Of Management - Purdue University
London Business School
Manderson Graduate School Of Business - University Of Alabama
Simon Fraser University
University Of Denver
University Of South Carolina - Darla Moore School Of Business
University of Utah
Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School Of ManagementUniversity of Florida Warrington College of Business, University of Wisconsin, University of South California
A cash prize pool will be divided among teams whose combined case and race scores place first, second and third. The winning team will receive the Race & Case Winners’ Cup to display on campus for the following year and will be automatically eligible to compete in the next year’s competition.