DU Delta Sigma Pi Chapter Places in Berg Cup Competition
Chelsey Graham, representing Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity at Duquesne University, was recently part of a four-person team that placed second in the annual Berg Cup Ethical Case Study competition.
A resident of Cranberry Township, Graham is a senior supply chain management and health care supply chain management major in Duquesne’s School of Business.
Sponsored by the David Berg Center for Ethics and Leadership, schools from around the nation were first asked to complete a written case in January. Based on their answers to the written case, eight schools were selected as semi-finalists. These schools completed a resolution to a second case that was presented to a panel of corporate judges in March.
Based on this presentation, Duquesne University, Carnegie Mellon University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and North Carolina State University were selected for the final competition.
The final case competition dealt with problems facing a Western Pennsylvania organic farm and economic, sustainability, and ethical issues surrounding Marcellus Shale drilling.
Faculty advisers were Patrick Deegan, assistant professor of law, and Dr. David Wasieleski, associate professor of business ethics.
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