AT&T STEM Case Competition

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Hampton University School of Business and Computer Science students were invited to participate in the AT&T STEM Forum/ Case Competition held in Washington, DC. On November 2, 2018. The forum was design to share with students how business reinforces STEM. Therefore, AT&T executives interacted with students throughout the day, then prepared them for the case competition. The competing universities were Howard University and the University of Maryland (College Park). 

It is with great pleasure to announce that Hampton University's School of Business students and two Hampton University’s Computer Science students won first place. The students were charged with focusing on what the competitive advantage of their resolution would mean for AT&T, the pros and cons of their resolution, and what technologies of AT&T they would leverage in enhancing their community. The case was provided to the students only one hour before they had to present to a panel of AT&T executives.

The School of Business students that were members of the winning team were Ms. Nia Dix and Ms. Taylor Owens.  They were supported by Ms. Briana Wills and Mr. Justin Bates.