ISAP undergraduate and graduate students have been invited to participate in the online undergraduate and graduate competition: International Business Ethics and Sustainability Case Competition (IBESCC) hosted by Loyola Marymount University during the week of April 10-14.
This should be an enjoyable and satisfying process leveraging your previous work at USF. Further, the documentation that you make for this competition can be used as a portfolio piece for your resume. For additional information see the note below listing the estimated timeline and guidelines for the competition. After we collect all intents to participate, we will send additional information on scoring rubrics and example winners from previous years to all participating teams.
Teams of 3-5 members compete in 3 competitions during the event:
- The 25-minute competition, in which teams will present a business problem of their choosing, give a full presentation analyzing the ethical, sustainable, legal and financial aspects of a problem, and present a solution that is viable on all fronts.
- The 10-minute competition, in which teams will incorporate the suggestions given the by judges during the 25-minute presentation and give a 10-minute presentation on the ethical aspect of the problem.
- The 90-second elevator pitch explaining the importance of the sustainability component of the problem.
Winners of the competition will be announced online by Loyola Marymount on April 14th
Please contact Professor Stryker firstname.lastname@example.org February 1st indicating your interest to participate on the graduate or undergraduate team. Topics are due on February 24th