Ethics Competition team finished in the top four

Warrington ethics team finishes in top four

A team of undergraduate students from the University of Florida Warrington College of Business finished in the top four of 20 teams at the Milgard Invitational Case Competition on Social Responsibility.

Jacob Orlick, Carly Ritterband and Isabella Roman-Secor made up the Warrington team. The ninth annual competition took place from on February 28 on campus at the University of Washington – Tacoma, Milgard School of Business. The Warrington team competed against schools from the University of Minnesota, University of Pennsylvania, University of Southern California, University of Texas – Austin, and University of Washington, among others.

“The biggest takeaway I had from the Milgard Invitational Case Competition on Social Responsibility (MICCSR) was interacting with students from across the world,” Roman-Secor said. “It was interesting to observe different teams’ presentations and hear the viewpoints they had on the case.

The case competition also gave students an opportunity to explore nearby Seattle and grow their network by meeting likeminded students. The team viewed its 72-hour window to prep for the case as its biggest challenge.

“We all had to be intensely focused on the case to get everything done in the allotted time,” Orlick said. “We worked well as a team and collaborated effectively to overcome the challenge of the condensed prep time.”