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SIEML Case Competition

The Case Competition is one of the highlights of the SIEML experience. Each year the case study, a real or fictional business problem, changes and is decided by the sponsor of the competition. Students are divided into teams and have four days to prepare their re­sponse or solution to the case before presenting it to a panel of judges comprised of industry leaders. This year’s case competition was sponsored by Booz Allen Hamilton and focused on diversity and inclusion in recruiting and retaining talent.

2019 case competition winners

2019 Case Competition

This year’s case competition was sponsored by Booz Allen Hamilton and focused on strategic diversity and inclusion initiatives. In addition to the case, BAH also hosted a case overview, a Q&A with each team, and served on the judging panel. The 1st place team included (from left): Dylan Paul, a finance and accounting major from Howard University; Richard Amaechi, an international business major from San Diego State University; Chandler Boone, a finance and accounting major from Hampton University; Victoria Acosta, a marketing management major from the University of Texas at El Paso.

2018 case competition winners

2018 Case Competition

The 1st place team in the Deloitte Case Competition and Visa-sponsored prizes held during SIEML 2018 at the Haas School of Business included (from left): Abril Woocay, a finance and marketing major from the University of Texas at El Paso; Priscilla Zamora, a media advertising major from the University of Texas at El Paso Lyniece Hill, a journalism major from Hampton University; Jessica Handy-Burris, a marketing major from Howard University; Jordan Randle, a business administration and finance major from Morehouse College.

2017 case competition winners

2017 Case Competition

The 1st place team in the Deloitte Case Competition held during SIEML at the Merage School of Business included (from left): Alexis Pigg, a chemistry major from Dillard University; Samuel Abrams, an economics major from Morehouse College; Russell Williams, III, a political science major from Philander Smith College; Morgan Dukes, a business administration major from Florida A&M University; Ja’Von Williams, a business administration major from North Carolina Central University; and Natalie Delille, a marketing major from Howard University.