The Undergraduate Diversity Case Competition

Discussing Real Solutions to Diversity Issues in the Workplace

The Diversity Case Competition provides Virginia Tech undergraduate students with the opportunity to consider diversity issues in the business world. Students work in teams to research the case problem and present solutions to a panel of faculty and industry judges.



Cash Prizes!
The top three teams which present innovative and realistic solutions to the case diversity issue will be awarded prizes from Ernst & Young.
1st place = $2,000
2nd place = $1,000
3rd place = $500

How to Enter
Form a team of 3 to 4 Virginia Tech undergraduate students.
Click here to register your team

February 14, 2014 Workshop and Case Distribution (all teams required to attend)

Friday, February 21, 2014 Round 1 of Case Presentations (all teams, faculty judges)

Saturday, February 22, 2014 Final Round of Case Presentations (top 6 teams, industry judges)

Final Round presentations are during the Diversity Conference

Mission Statement

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  • We, as PMDC believe diversity encompasses discovering what makes us all unique.

  • Race, gender, religion, socioeconomic status, physical ability, sexual orientation, family status, and culture are just a few aspects of diversity.

  • It is through these differences that we can better understand each other.

  • It is through this understanding that we grow to fully appreciate and accept each other