On Friday, April 7, Philosophy, Society and Applied Ethics majors Jordan Cook (left) and Candice Miller (right) placed third at the 2017 Mid-Atlantic Regional Ethics Case Competition held at Mt. St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, MD. The competition—hosted by Mt. St. Mary’s Richard J. Bolte, Sr. School of Business—brings together teams of students from other colleges and universities to participate in case discussions and debates involving free enterprise and business ethics. Jordan and Candice were the only two-person team to participate (all other teams had five students competing) and they went first in the competition, wowing the judges and the audience with their poise, preparation and presentation.
Congratulations to Jordan and Candice on their third-place win and for representing UB so well in this important educational event!