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Business students benefit from new award

Posted by admin on Feb 16th, 2012 and filed under Briefs. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

Jeff Race from the American Society for Quality congratulates student David Juszczyk.

Jeff Race, left, from the American Society for Quality congratulates student David Juszczyk.

The Hamilton branch of the American Society for Quality (ASQ) has given out its first student award at Brock.

The organization has granted student David Juszczyk with $500 for getting the top mark in Professor Michael J. Armstrong’s Quality Management course, OPER 3P93. The course teaches students how to maintain and improve the quality of products or processes.

The award will be annual. ASQ Hamilton represents about 400 members in the Hamilton and Niagara regions. The society has more than 80,000 members worldwide.

“We feel this is an important part of what we do, not only giving back to our communities, but also investing in our future leaders.”

The Faculty of Business has another success story this year. Two student teams competed at the University of Alberta’s EDGE Business Competition from Feb. 3 to 6. Twenty teams from across Canada participated in a realistic business simulation competition.

The team of Praby Hunjan, Ashraf Ahmed, Joseph Murphy, Jeremy Wolfe and Vinochan Paramanantham placed second overall. The team of Michael Mastroianni, Christian Di Vincenzo, Aanchal Narula, Jonathan Turco and Kay Chan placed third in the logistics category and won a mini-case competition.

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