According to the Daniels College of Business, the 2012 Race & Case competition is an event which hosts "business students from around the country in a business ethics case competition and Alpine ski challenge rolled into one. 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. Not to mention, a chance to conquer fresh, Rocky Mountain powder."
Help us represent UCCS in a national case competition that includes skiing and fun at Vail! As a member of the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative, UCCS has been invited to form a team of four to six graduate students. We will cover most costs - you would be responsible for having or renting your ski equipment. Last year our team placed 2nd overall!
We are seeking: Four to six MBA students with at least two women, two men, and one international student.
The case competition will be held at the Daniels College of Business in Denver, CO. The NASTAR ski race will be held at Vail Resort.
More information on the competition is found at: http://daniels.du.edu/newsevents/events/studentevents/racecase/index.html
If interested in joining a team, please email Tracy Gonzalez-Padron at email@example.com indicating your interest by November 21. Tell me why you should be on our team! Students will be selected based on experience with case competitions, classroom experience of case presentations, and ethical decision-making training (either in class or through work). Only four students have to ski (yes snowboarders can compete too!).
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