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Morgan Students Place Second in Supply Chain Case Competition

Congratulations to the Morgan State University student team of Amavi Goli, Michael McCormick and Jamielle Davis, which was runner-up in the 3rd Annual Weinman Cup Regional Supply Chain Competition on April 6-7, 2017. Amavi and Michael, seniors majoring in services and supply chain management, and Jamielle, a sophomore accounting major, competed against student teams from other regional universities on a supply chain management business case. Other participating universities included Kutztown University, Shippensburg University, Stevenson University, and Towson University.

The Weinman Cup competition was created with the help of the Toby and Melvin Weinman Foundation, Inc., to provide students the opportunity to exercise their business savvy while networking with local business leaders. A panel of judges determines the winning team. Towson University hosted this year’s event.

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