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The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Collegiate Program at the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah held its annual Undergraduate Ethics Case Competition on Friday, Feb. 12.
Winning Team: Castamere Consulting – Mathew Craft, Jordan Hallman, Hallie Martinez, Murray Poulsen
Runner-Up: Ethos Logistic Consulting – Raaz Bhatia, Lexi Hoggan, Markie Hoggan, Aditya Tiwari
The Daniels Fund Ethics Case Competition at the David Eccles School of Business took place on Friday, Feb. 7. A total of seven teams tackled real-world ethical dilemmas and utilized the principle-based ethics set forth by businessman Bill Daniels.
Selected winners go on to compete at a national competition in Colorado.
1st Place: Wasatch Ethical Consulting — Corrine Schramm, Finn Reinemer, Sarah Preece, Yash Vyas, Sarah Rinderknecht
2nd Place: Beehive Consulting — Nate Kremer, Nikayla Spriggs, Mathew Craft, Olivia Bithell
3rd Place: Risky Business — Rebecca Hoyt, Bobby Kallay, Michael Gonzalez, Lauren Smith, Kael Berkley, Joshua Meyer
The Daniels Fund Ethics Case Competition at the David Eccles School of Business took place on Friday, Feb. 8. A total of 11 teams tackled real-world ethical dilemmas and utilized the principle-based ethics set forth by businessman Bill Daniels.
The first-place winners go on to compete at a national competition in Colorado.
First Place – Integra Consulting: Benjamin Battistone, Mitchell Kenny, Merry Joseph, Ladan Mohamed, Sheva Mozafari, Mathew Winterholler
Second Place – Eccles Consulting: Emilie Ebert, Jacob Johnson, Megan Kleinman, Zach Parker, Zoe Wadge
Third Place – Lighthouse Consulting: Ruth Barnum, Bryan Cruz-Castillo, Aspen Christensen, Solomon Livingston
Ten teams competed in the 2018 Undergraduate Ethics Case Competition. The students presented admirably, showing off their real-world, problem-solving skills. In the end, one team was selected as the top performer and two runner-ups. The winning team went on to represent the University of Utah at the regional competition in Denver.
1st Place- Veritas Consulting Group: Sam Bemis, Jordan Reninger, Ghada Shehab, Merry Joseph, Franco Jin,
1st Runner Up- XIII Legion: Summer Walker, Kasey Dunn, Toronto Eschrich, Paige Lewis
2nd Runner Up- London Fog Consulting: Rachel Roberson, Melissa VanDerHeyden, Sarah Chang, Shannen Breen, Garren Tiffee
Eight teams competed in the 2017 Undergraduate Ethics Case Competition. The quality of the presentations was impressive and judges were impressed with all of the students. In the end, one team was selected as the top performer and two runner-ups. The winning team went on to represent the University of Utah at the regional competition in Denver.
The winning team (Silver Pine Consulting) consisted of Sam Bemis, Jessica Ryann Gill, Franco Jin, Hans Harris, Jordan Reninger and Hayden Howlett.
The first runner-up (Vault Consulting) included Rachael Roberson, Garren Tiffee, Adrien Spiegel, and Jillian Kelley. The second runner-up (Nightfuries): Summer Walker, Kasey Dunn and Paige Lewis.
The University of Utah David Eccles School of Business’ team took second place in the national Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative’s fifth annual Consortium Case Competition in Denver on April 14 and 15.
The five-member team of Ben Caine, Carly Ho, Paxton Klein, Howard Reeve and Jan Ostusinik competed against nine other teams from around the country. Associate Professor Jeff Nielsen served as the team’s faculty advisor.
Before the competition started, the team received the ethical-dilemma case. The team acted as hired consultants for a firm, and members had to incorporate the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Principles of integrity, trust, accountability, transparency, fairness, respect, rule of law and viability.
Dozens of business students competed in the Eccles School’s 2015 Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Case Competition in February, but only one team took home first-place prize.
Six students who met through their involvement in the Business Scholar program — five of them freshmen — comprised the winning team, called Crimson 6. The six students — Cason Acor, Luke Freedom Hansen, Paxton Klein, Andres Lancheros, David Sagae and Kira Wachter — spent about 20 hours working together and at least that many hours preparing on their own in the two weeks they were given. They had to rebrand a company that had come under fire for marketing sugary drinks to children while promoting them as health drinks.