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Industrial engineering and management students win case study competition

(STILLWATER, Okla., April 28, 2017) – Swaraj Meher, Kunal Bhosale and Kartik Josyula won first place in the Student Case Study Competition sponsored by the APICS Oklahoma City chapter.

The students received a perfect score in the competition, which is the first time that has ever happened.

“Swaraj, Kunal and Kartik worked very well together, and their presentation and answering of judges’ questions were outstanding,” says Larry Chadwick, vice president of information for the APICS Oklahoma City chapter. “They’ve set a great precedent for future team competitions, and we hope OSU will continue to participate next year.

The competition served as a networking opportunity and allowed for students to compete for a cash prize, as well as showcase their skills to potential future employers. OSU’s team received a $500 prize for their first-place win. A team from the University of Oklahoma came in second, and a team from the University of Central Oklahoma placed third.

APICS is the premier association for supply chain management. For more information about the APICS Oklahoma City Chapter, visit http://apics-okc.org/index.php.

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