LeBow College Places Second Out of 20 B-Schools in GW Case Competition

Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business took second place at the George Washington University Non-Profit Case Competition on March 20, 2010.  The College’s team, comprised of Two-Year MBA students Jeffrey Barnes, Vlad Matea, and Daniel Ofuso, and MS Finance student Nanxing “Nancy” Wei, competed against 20 b-schools, including Villanova School of Business, the University of Delaware’s Alfred Lerner College of Business, and the University of Copenhagen. 

Two rounds of competition carved out three finalists: LeBow College; Boston University, which took first; and Baylor University, which took third.  This was the College’s first time participating in this case competition.

The LeBow College participants were awarded certificates, a trophy, and $2,000 in prize money.  The College congratulates these students on a job well done. 

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