USC students compete in cross-campus health challenge

2016 USC Global Health Case Competition

For the fifth year, nearly 100 USC students from 10 colleges focused on pressing issues at the USC Global Health Case Competition.

This year, teams had a week to identify and implement global programs to foster healthy communities in lower-income countries, as mock consultants “hired” by the American Cancer Society.

Master of Public Health candidates Danielle Pappas, Evan Pye and Jessica Frankeberger; psychology undergraduate Jennifer Bailey and dual-degree pharmacy and PharmD/MPH student Amy Nham were members of the winning team. They’ll travel to Atlanta to represent USC at the International Emory University Global Health Case Competition in April.

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