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Left to Right: Professor Mark Horstman, Professor Tracy Porter, Ursula Carey, Laura Aitken, Lydia McIntosh, Deborah Giblin, Professor Veronica Utton, Professor Alfonsina Chang and Professor Bob Thompson.

Seneca students win HR case competition

Four students from Seneca’s Business Administration – Human Resources Management program won The Great Canadian HR - Business Student Case Study Competition on April 2.

Seneca’s team of Laura Aitken, Ursula Carey, Deborah Giblin and Lydia McIntosh defeated George Brown and Centennial College to win this annual event, which was held at the Toronto Board of Trade.

During the course of the competition, the students were tested on their ability to analyze and present a solution to a business case study. For winning, the Seneca team received the $4,000 grand prize and a $1,000 scholarship on behalf of the College. They also won the People’s Choice Award, which is voted on by the conference delegates and earned each member of the team an iPad.

Professors Tracy Porter, Veronica Utton, Mark Horstman, Bob Thompson, Tim MacBride, Alfonsina Chang and Ash Patel coached Seneca’s team.