The Bloomberg Businessweek Writing Competition
The William A. Franke Bloomberg Businessweek* Prize for Excellence in Writing will be awarded to the undergraduate 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.
Students will write an executive summary of a Businessweek article. A section titled “Update” that includes updated research on the topic of the article should be included as the last section of the Executive Summary. Sources should be cited in APA format.
The chosen article is “Hewlett-Packard’s Free Fall” pp. 44-50 of the January 14–January 20, 2013 issue of Businessweek. Hard copies of the article can be obtained in FCB Support Services, Room 229.
Students should refer to the “Guidelines for Writing the Executive Summary for the Bloomberg Businessweek Writing Competition” document for additional instructions.
All undergraduate students admitted to the Business Professional Program at The W. A. Franke College of Business are eligible to participate.
Up to three cash awards will be given to undergraduate students
Undergraduate Student Prizes
The Businessweek Prize: $250
Second prize: $150
Third prize: $75
Honorable Mention: no cash prize (but is a great addition to a resume)
The W. A. Franke College of Business reserves the right not to award any or all prizes if the judging panel determines that entries do not meet the standards of a winning paper.
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