Tony Wells, chief brand officer at USAA, spoke in the Carey Business School’s Distinguished Speaker Series. The discussion was facilitated by Carey Dean Alexander Triantis.
For the second year in a row, Johns Hopkins teams earned the top two spots at the Danaher case competition.
The Office of Experiential Learning creates innovative, immersive projects to provide Carey students with real-world business skills.
Carey students secured third place in Harvard’s Global Case Competition.
Andrew Lyle, a Flexible MBA student, won first place in both rounds of Carey’s Student Startup Challenge for his telemedicine comparison platform, Sifter.
For the second consecutive year, a Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School student team took the top prize at the annual MIT Sloan Operations Simulation Competition.