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Business students to compete in NIBS case competition championship

February 15, 2017

Vilimira Delcheva Michael Maciel, Cassandra Cantu, and Guillermo AvelarSt. Mary’s University Greehey School of Business students will compete in the championship round at the 22nd annual Network of International Business Schools (NIBS) Worldwide Case Competition, later this month.

“The Greehey School of Business is very excited to have a team of our exceptional students qualify for and compete in the Championship Round of the NIBS Worldwide Case Competition in Finland. We are very proud of our team and confident that they will admirably represent our School,” said Jeffrey E. Johnson, Professor of International Business.

Vilimira Delcheva, Michael Maciel, Cassandra Cantu and Guillermo Avelar will be competing against 15 teams in the championship round, which will take place Feb. 26 to March 3 in Finland.

The NIBS Worldwide Case Competition is an initiative of the Network of International Business Schools, an association of business schools from around the world that work to support the incorporation of global perspective, cultural insight and international experience into management education. NIBS was formed in 1993 and now has more than 70 member institutions in more than 30 countries.

St. Mary's University, founded in 1852, is the first institution of higher learning in San Antonio and the oldest Catholic university in the Southwest. It offers 75 programs, including doctoral and law programs, and has a diverse student population of about 3,800 of all faiths and backgrounds. Its vision, as a Catholic and Marianist liberal arts institution, is to become one of the finest private universities in the region, a gateway for graduates to professional lives as ethical leaders in Texas, the nation and the world.

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