At the Broad College, there is a commitment to collaborative work, especially when it comes to our Full-Time MBA students. With the program’s engagement in many competitions, Broad Spartans are frequently recognized for their innovative problem-solving capabilities.
At the 30th Fisher Big Ten MBA Case Competition, hosted virtually by the Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business on Mar. 31 and Apr. 1, five Broad MBA students earned first place. This prestigious ranking marks the college’s third top-three finish in the last four consecutive events.
“Our talented team was masterful in exhibiting their learning and skill development gained through their first year in the program,” Jeffery Hittler, fixed-term faculty member and team adviser, said.
First-year MBA students Claire Wixted, Gursimran Singh, Neha Aggarwal, Dilavar Goyal and Rajat Srivastava finished ahead of the University of Wisconsin, last year’s winner, in the presentation of each school’s recommendations.
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