Stetson University virtually hosted the annual Templeton Business Ethics Case Competition Feb. 17-18, in which undergraduate students from invited institutions in the U.S., Canada and Mexico competed. The teams had the opportunity to analyze and present arguments on a contemporary business issue with financial, legal and ethical implications, according to a news release from Stetson.
Through the generous support of Troy and Sissy Templeton, the Stetson Business Ethics Initiative within the School of Business Administration sponsors the Templeton Case Competition each spring semester.
Stetson students coordinated the event, but did not compete. Teams from these 16 institutions participated in this year’s competition: Belmont University, Campbell University, Clemson University, Elon University, Florida Gulf Coast University, Florida State University, Georgetown University, Iowa State University, Northern Illinois University, Pennsylvania State University, St. Petersburg College, Universidad Panamericana (Mexico), University of Calgary (Canada), the University of Florida, the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, and the University of North Dakota.