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Race & Case

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.

Description
The case portion of the competition will make up 90% of the overall score. The competition will focus on a business case with an ethical dilemma. The case will be delivered to each team prior to the date of the competition. Each team will present their solutions twice, to two separate panels of live judges.

A random drawing will determine the order that each team will present.

Presentations should be formatted as PowerPoint. Teams may request additional formats, pending the approval of the Race & Case organizers. The presentation must be given in English.

2022 COMPETITION FORMAT
Competition dates: Feb. 25–26, 2022

Day 1: Business case competition hosted by the University of Denver’s Daniels College of Business
Day 2: Alpine ski challenge, Breckenridge, Colorado

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 graduate business 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.

Registration Information
Registration for the 2023 Race & Case Competition is by invitation only. A team is not fully registered until the application form is completed and the non-refundable deposit is submitted.

Prizes

A cash prize pool will be divided amongst teams whose combined case and race scores place first, second and third. Prize money will be distributed to the winning schools’ graduate program offices to be disbursed to students. The winning school will receive the Race & Case Winners’ Cup to display on campus for the following year, and that school will be automatically eligible to compete in the 2021 competition.

Organizer
University Of Denver
Eligible Schools
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY
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
Prize
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.