Three students are finalists in business case competition
Three Muskingum University students were finalists
in the 2014 People’s Bank Undergraduate Business Case Competition, held
recently as part of this year’s McDonough Leadership Conference at
Competing for Muskingum were Eric Coen ’15, Nate
Caplan ’15 and Andrew Tornes ’14. As a team, they were challenged to
analyze a financial services case study and present their solutions to
conference attendees and a panel of judges. The case they studied
involved People’s Bank and how it should approach a hypothetical
acquisition of Cincinnati Savings Bank.
The students’ advisor is Instructor of Business Kristine C. Pray.
Seven schools competed, including Muskingum,
Marietta, Ashland University, the University of Mt. Union, Marshall
University, the University of Charleston and Ohio Valley University
The McDonough Leadership Center at Marietta
College, and its annual conference, focus on the importance of
leadership studies as a way of preparing its students for a life of
purpose and engagement in the spirit of intellectual exploration,
scholarship, self-reflection and personal leadership development.