Every year four graduate students are selected to represent the University of Utah in the Race and Case Competition held in Denver, Colorado. This competition gives students a unique opportunity to apply critical thinking and ethical decision making to real world situations. Not to mention a chance to conquer fresh Rocky Mountain powder.
The competition, hosted by the Daniels College of Business Graduate Business Student Association at the University of Denver, is two-pronged — it’s a business ethics case competition and Alpine ski challenge. The business ethics case counts for 80 percent of the scoring and the ski racing comprises the remaining 20 percent.
The team will consist of 4 MBA students, 2 of these students must be female. Skiing is not a requirement, but 2 out of the 4 team members must be able to ski.
Email your resume and a one page statement of purpose to Candace.Horne@Eccles.Utah.edu
Deadline: Friday, December 2 at 5:00 pm.
2016 Race and Case Competition
For the fourth year in a row, the Eccles School’s student team has won the Race & Case ethics competition hosted by the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver. The competition combines an ethics case competition and a downhill ski race, with 80 percent of the points awarded based on the case competition and 20 percent based on the skiing.
Our 2016 team: Ryan Coombs, Melissa Dymock, Mackenzie Hales and Nathaniel Goodhue.
The four-member team’s faculty advisor was Lynn Suksdorf, associate instructor in the department of management.
2015 Race and Case Competition
In 2015 the University of Utah has became the first school in the nation to win the Race & Case competition three years in a row. Eccles School MBA students Tania Bashford, Lance Brown, Nathaniel Goodhue, Landon Ford, Annie Studer and Ellie Pritchard took first place. Annie Studer was the fastest female skier. The team was supported by professors Abe Bakhsheshy and Lynn Suksdorf and Eccles School staff member Candace Horne.
Our 2015 Team: Landon Ford, Annie Studer, Nathaniel Goodhue, Ellie Pritchard, Tania Bashford, and Lance Brown