Students compete in inaugural APRU Global Health virtual case competition

Five online Master of Public Health students—Lisa Anakwenze, Ashley Darnell, Kira Eicher, Farah Refai, and Judith Sepulveda—represented USC in the Association of Pacific Rim Universities Global Health Program’s first Virtual Global Health Case Competition in June. From universities around the world, 15 teams participated. The students had two weeks to prepare video responses to a challenge on how to better prepare Pacific Rim communities to respond to natural disasters. The three finalist teams—from Our Lady of Fatima University, Tohoku University and Kyoto University—will have their videos screened at the APRU Global Health Program conference in Australia next month.