UM-Flint competition sparks workplace ideas

The University of Michigan-Flint recently teamed up an array of students with corporate partners for its inaugural Interdisciplinary Case Competition.

The contest drew more than 40 undergraduate and graduate students, from all schools within UM-Flint, for an intense 10-day contest in which they researched and developed strategies for a universal business issue. Students had the chance to meet with the participating companies during the competition.

The groups of five to seven students made their presentations Feb. 7, answering the question, “How do businesses in any industry become a ‘Best Place to Work’ for the 21st Century Workforce?”

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