Berg Cup Case Study Competition

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The Berg Cup is a nationally known ethics case study competition that was formerly held each spring term at the University of Pittsburgh. Undergraduate business students from across the country competed for a cash prize and the recognition of having their school's name engraved upon the prestigious Berg Cup trophy. The competition was hosted and administered by the University Of Pittsburgh Chapter Of Phi Beta Lambda, the College of Business Administration, and the David Berg Center for Ethics and Leadership.

Congratulations to the winning teams of the 2015 Berg Cup Case Study Competition!

First Place: Calgary University
Second Place: University of Pittsburgh
Third Place: Concordia University
Crisis Management Simulation Winner: Washington University in St. Louis

Read about the results of the 2014 Berg Cup competition

Read about the results of the 2013 Berg Cup competition.

Read about the results of the 2012 Berg Cup competition.

Read about the results of the 2011 Berg Cup competition.

Phi Beta Lambda

For Information on the University of Pittsburgh's Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda visit pittpbl.com.