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Rowe students win Operation Stimulus case competition for third time
(L to R) Coach Dan Lynch with team members Blake Newell, Josh Biggar, Mahmoud Ahran and Clare Murphy
Congratulations to Commerce students Josh Biggar, Blake Newell, Clare Murphy and Mahmoud Ahran who won the 2017 Operation Stimulus Case Competition on February 4. Running for the last 20 years, Operation Stimulus is a prestigious annual supply chain and logistics case competition that takes place in Denver, Colorado. This is the Rowe School's third win in four years, making it the only school that has won more than twice.
Coach Dr. Dan Lynch expresses his pride in all the Rowe teams who have competed: "It's an amazing feat given the quality of the universities our teams have competed against in this international competition. Add to that, the students on the winning Rowe teams have been different each year... no repeat team members. Quite an accomplishment for them! Lastly, my thanks to the Rowe gift for the support of these students, as this would not be possible without that generous support."
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