A special case (competition)
Eighteen teems, 20 judges, one real-world business issue.
On Monday, October 7, the Quinlan School of Business hosted the Second Annual Quinlan Case Competition. Seventy-seven undergraduate business students and 20 alumni judges participated. The competition was the culmination of hours of work, challenging students to demonstrate what they have learned in the classroom and apply it to a real-world business situation.
Congratulations to our top teams!
|Second||Sigma Alpha Epsilon||James Green
|Third||Team Capitalism||Harry Hutchins
|BA Squad||Adam Hepp
*Given to the highest scoring team made up of all first-year or second-year students.
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