Business Students to Vie for Berg Cup in Elite Ethics Competition
Four members of Duquesne University's Pi Sigma Epsilon sales and marketing society have been selected as finalists for the 2015 Berg Cup Competition.
Team members are:
- Dorian Evans of Scranton, PA, the society's president and International Collegiate Sales Competition case competitor
- Paige Tinney of Pen Argyl, PA, the society's vice president of marketing; American Marketing Association vice president and International Collegiate Sales Competition role play competitor
- Calla Kurtzhals of Chadds Ford, PA, International Collegiate Sales Competition case competitor and society member
- Jamie Drennen of Mars, PA, the society's former vice president of finance and administration; a panel judge in the Northwestern Mutual sales competition.
The team, advised by Dr. Dorene Ciletti, assistant professor of marketing and sports marketing, is among only eight chosen, based on a case study response, to compete on March 20-21 at the University of Pittsburgh.
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