Helping others on a global scale

Graduate students at three USC schools won the fourth annual USC Global Health Case Competition. The annual competition organized by the USC Institute for Global Health featured a challenge addressing the social impact of global giving programs at TOMS, a company known for its one-to-one retail sales model. 

Approximately 80 students representing more than 10 … Continue reading Helping others on a global scale

The Social Impact of Global Giving: Global Health Case Competition draws students in cross-campus TOMS challenge

A multidisciplinary team of graduate students representing the USC School of Social Work, USC Marshall School of Business and the Keck School of Medicine of USC won the fourth-annual USC Global Health Case Competition, which took place Feb. 9-10 at the university park and health sciences campuses. Jay Lytton, MSW/MBA candidate; Mitch Otu, MD/MBA candidate; … Continue reading The Social Impact of Global Giving: Global Health Case Competition draws students in cross-campus TOMS challenge