Undergraduate students win 2nd place in Deloitte's Battle of Ohio
A team of undergraduates from Case Western Reserve University was the runner-up in Deloitte Consulting’s 2nd annual “Battle of Ohio” last Friday, November 9th at the University of Dayton.
The completion was a weeklong, intense, and grueling business case competition involving twelve teams of undergraduates from seven schools across Ohio. The competition required students to analyze and propose strategic solutions to Apple’s supply chain challenges. Teams had one week to attack the case and then present their recommendations. Case Western Reserve's teams, competing in the Battle of Ohio for the first time, were comprised of a diverse group of juniors and seniors.
Congratulations to our 2nd-place team: Rob Ahlman (Aerospace Engr, ’14), Dan Easley (Finance, ’14), Trista Li (Economics & Psychology, ’13) and Charity Taylor (Finance & International Studies, ’13).
Congratulations also to the team of Paul An (Finance & Marketing, ’13), Sidi Huang (Economics, ’14), Leo Li (Mechanical Engr, ’14), and Christine Yeh (Marketing & Anthropology, ’13) who were narrowly defeated in the preliminary round by the eventual winner of the competition. Special congratulations to Paul An for being one of three students recognized by Deloitte as a Top Performer.
Please join us in congratulating our outstanding students!
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