The UT COBI undergraduate team of Shannon Veasley, Christina Koepke, and Taylor Juza, in the words of the judges, “did a fabulous job in presenting the issues, causes, alternatives and provided a sound, strong recommendation.” The team came in 6th place out of the 20 competing teams. The winning undergraduate team was from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.
|Pictured from L to R: Undergraduate Team (Shannon Veasley, Christina Koepke, and Taylor Juza) and Graduate Team (Chrissy Sarantou, Kyle Schaefer, and Stacey Koehn) ready to compete in the HR Case Competition in Covington, KY.|
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