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Apply to participate in the 2022 China Bridge Challenge case competition by Friday, Nov. 5

Win up to $6,000 for the best new innovative collaborations in the 2022 China Bridge Challenge case competition "Engagement Revisited: Strategies for a Changing U.S.-China Relationship." Student teams will compete through a proposal and video presentation. Apply by Friday, Nov. 5.
Win $6,000 for your collaboration ideas!

Apply to participate in the 2022 China Bridge Challenge case competition "Engagement Revisited: Strategies for a Changing U.S.-China Relationship." Student teams compete through a proposal and video presentation offering concrete plans for the next steps the U.S. and China can take to address the issue and find a solution that balances the interest and objectives of both China and the U.S.

2022 China Bridge Challenge Case Competition
Final virtual presentation: Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2022
Apply for the China Bridge Challenge case competition 

The deadline to submit a team application is Friday, Nov. 5, 2021.

About the competition

Each student team will identify a common challenge faced by the U.S. and China within this year's theme. The teams will explore the intricate complexities encountered by the U.S. and China through a myriad of challenges, misunderstandings, and a rapidly deteriorating relationship, and find a way out through innovative collaborations. Each team will submit a written proposal of 1,000–1,500 words identifying the project's scope, topic relevance, challenge and solution, feasibility, and impact.

Finalists will be notified of advancement by Monday, Jan. 31, 2022. Teams that advance to the finals will present based on their proposed project and solutions for 20 minutes, followed by a 15-minute judge Q and A. Judges will be selected from faculty, staff, and area experts.

Prizes
  • $6,000 first place
  • $4,000 second place
Learn more on the China Bridge Challenge website.

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