UK Students Named Among Global Health Case Competition Winners

Congratulations to University of Kentucky students who placed 2nd in the Emory Global Health Institute's 4th Annual International Global Health Case Competition. UK students competed among an elite group of 24 teams in the competition held in Atlanta, GA in March. Teams were given one week to develop strategies for reducing gun violence in Honduras and presented their proposals to a panel judges at the Rollins School of Public Health. In addition to placing 2nd in the competition, UK students were also selected by their peers for the Participant’s Choice Award for the best executed presentation and solution.

The UK team included:

Joshua Gwinn, Patterson School of Diplomacy & International Commerce
Ryan McElhose, College of Arts & Sciences
Kevin Chen, College of Pharmacy
Nneka Udechukwu, College of Medicine
Sindhu Nimma, College of Medicine  

 For more information, visit: http://news.emory.edu/stories/2015/04/er_case_competition/campus.html