Launched in 2012, the Daniels Fund Ethics Consortium Case Competition exposes students to a thought-provoking business ethics case similar to a situation that they might face in their professional careers. The competition builds
on the solid principle-based ethical framework central to decision-making in a complex business environment.
Student teams collaboratively analyze, present, and respond to questions posed by a panel of judges. Students compete with teams from other Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Collegiate Program schools. The experience challenges students' ethical reasoning, provides a significant networking opportunity, and in the end, raises students' awareness of the importance of principle-based ethics.
All student team members must be enrolled at the school they represent. Up to two faculty advisors may attend to support each team.
The Daniels Fund Ethics Consortium Case Competition blends a traditional case competition with a crisis management simulation.