PCSB Students Advance to Semi-Finals in Ethics Case Competition

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School of Business seniors Connor Barrett ’16, Cristian Higuita Montoya ’16, Kristen Michels ’16, and Ben Swiszcz ’16 will be competing in the semi-finals of the Berg Cup on March 18 -19, 2016.  The 8th Annual Berg Cup Case Study Competition is hosted by the University of Pittsburgh’s Phi Beta Lambda and the David Berg Center for Ethics and Leadership, and will take place on the university’s campus.

berg-cup-logoThe event is an intercollegiate ethical case study competition that challenges 4-person student teams to respond to a specific case dealing with professional ethical challenges.  The competition provides undergraduate business students an opportunity to develop professional networks and practice presentation skills before corporate judges. All competing teams have submitted a preliminary case response in January, and the top 8 teams have been invited to compete in the semi-finals on Saturday, March 18. On Sunday, March 19, the top 4 teams will compete in the final round for a grand prize of $4,000.  We wish the best of luck to our PCSB team!

Find out more about the competition here

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