INFORMS Student Chapter Competes in Case Competition
The INFORMS student chapter recently concluded an internal case competition called Visualizing Diversity. Students were given actual survey data to analyze and present. The data were related to students’ perceptions of discrimination in the workplace. Three teams of students made presentations before a panel of judges consisting of private sector professionals and a faculty member. Prizes were awarded for first, second, and third place. “All the judges were impressed with the analysis and visuals presented by the teams. The judges asked very challenging questions, and the students responded admirably. I am so proud of all the students who participated. They represented our chapter well,” said Janet Moss, faculty advisor.
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