Compete in the second annual Grossman’s Dean Cup!

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The Grossman Dean’s Cup is a one-day business case competition for UVM undergraduate students to apply their skills from university curriculum and job experiences. Teams of up to four will be competing in a competitive setting, where the first and …

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National Diversity Case Competition

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On January 18-19th Natalia Ruiz, Vanessa Rodriquez, Jay Murphy, and Aakar Desai represented the Grossman School of Business at the 8th annual National Diversity Case Competition at the Kelly School of Business at Indiana University. Please join me in congratulating  Natalia …

By Claire Raabe
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Grossman News: Making the Case

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After her third case competition, Grossman senior Claire Greenlaw reflects on the benefits of competing, regardless of whether her team wins or loses

My first case competition did not go smoothly. During my team’s first-round presentation, we were cut off …

By Heather Garrow
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From Case to Corporate: Grossman Competition Winners Pitch to Mascoma Bank

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By Paula Cope

In the fall of 2018 a group of four GSB students competing at the Lazaridis Business School in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Maddie Stoops, Olivia Machanic, Cam Weston, and Griffin Shaw had never competed as a team …

By Claire Raabe
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F.E.C.C. Returns to UVM

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After a two-year hiatus, the Grossman School of Business’ premier student-run event, the Family Enterprise Case Competition, returned to the global stage on January 9 to 12. Students, coaches and judges from nearly 30 different countries descended upon a snowy …

By Amanda Simpfenderfer
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I.C.B.C Case Competition Results

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This weekend, Claire Greenlaw, Ismail Temirov, Will Hanley, and Caitlyn Lucadamo represented the Grossman School of Business at the 41st Annual Inter-Collegiate Business Competition at Queen’s University, in Kington, Ontario.  This is the longest and largest running undergraduate business case …

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Columbia University Environmental Policy Competition

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The Columbia Economics Review, an undergraduate journal in economics at Columbia University, invites you to participate in our 6th annual Environmental Policy Competition.

Cash prizes of $600, $300, and $150 will be offered to the top 3 submissions. The winners …

By Heather Garrow
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Compete in the first ever Grossman’s Dean Cup!

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The Grossman Dean’s Cup is a one-day business case competition for UVM undergraduate students to apply their skills from their university curriculum and job experience. Teams of four will be competing in a against each other, where the first and …

By Amanda Simpfenderfer
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Careers in Finance Panel : What You Need to Know

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Careers in Finance Panel  //  September 21st
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Are you interested in the finance field or working on Wall Street? You don’t want to miss this all-star panel of alumni returning to campus to meet YOU. There are several opportunities …

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Milgard Invitational Case Competition on Corporate Social Responsibility (MICCSR)

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Whether in Rotterdam, Montreal or recently at the Milgard Invitational Case Competition on Corporate Social Responsibility (MICCSR), Grossman students continue to make their mark applying classroom learning to case competitions.

MICCSR, held last week at the University of Washington-Tacoma, is …

By Amanda Simpfenderfer
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