2013 Undergraduate Symposium
The 2013 NAU Undergraduate Symposium centered on the theme, The Small World: Global Business Research.
The William A. Franke Bloomberg Businessweek* Prize for Excellence in Writing was given to the winners of a competition held for the purposes of encouraging and rewarding the writing and critical thinking skills of The W. A. Franke College of Business students. The article chosen for this year's competition was “Hewlett-Packard’s Free Fall” from the January 14–January 20, 2013 issue of Businessweek. On Thursday, April 25, 2013, the winners were announced after the FCB Oral Presentation Competition held in Gardner auditorium.
The William A. Franke Bloomberg Businessweek* Prize for Excellence in Writing Competition winners were:
Honorable Mention: Lauren Drysdale – a subscription to BusinessWeek magazine
3rd Place: Jessica Flores - $75 award
2nd Place: Shem Barlow: $150 award
1st Place: Daniel LaCroix - $250 award
The FCB Oral Presentation Competition Winners winners were:
3rd Place: Bradley Randall – ACC - $100
2nd Place: Cheryl Sutton, Oscar Bujanda, and XiaoXiao Wang – CIS – share $300 equally
1st Place: Brianna Forster, Alex Dias, and Torey Schreiner – MGT – share $600 equally
Congratulations to these students for their outstanding effort.
As an additional component of the 2013 NAU Undergraduate Symposium, presentations and posters from across campus were displayed were in the SkyDome (primarily from our Economics Area) on Friday, April 26, 2013 from 11:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m.
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Oral Presentation Competitors
Alyssa Mitchell-Chavez and Kristen Soderberg
Kevin Oskroba, Hilary Keith, Noelle Francois and Natasha Bass
Rochelle Fahey, Lacy Hamilton, Andrew Taylor, and Cassondra Walker
Brianna Forster, Alex Dias, and Torey Schreiner
Oscar Bujanda, XiaoXiao Wang, and Cheryl Sutton
Oral Presentation Criteria
The presentation accomplished its purpose in a manner that answered all major questions using relevant information and data where appropriate.
The presenters exhibited high levels of enthusiasm & confidence. They responded fully and accurately to questions. They generated audience interest and interaction. The pace, volume, & enunciation enhanced the presentation. Eye contact, gestures, and movement were used effectively.
Visuals were clear, professional and enhanced the presentation
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