The Social Logistics Challenge is a team-based virtual student competition, where undergraduate and graduate student teams utilize their logistical knowledge and training to respond to a societal access problem, and offer a solution. They are asked to submit a written version of their problem statement and solution, along with a creative illustration of their idea. This year, the ideas must focus on technology disruptions and/or solutions in a community relevant setting.
The winning team will receive a $5,000 scholarship prize sponsored by DHL.
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