The UNO College of Business Administration’s graduate and undergraduate Business Ethics classes competed Feb. 13–24 to see which section could amass the most granola bar donations for the Open Door Mission.
It was a close competition: the undergrads donated 258 bars; the grads donated 295.
Congratulations to the MBA Business Ethics class, and thanks to all who donated.
In all, the two classes collected 553 granola bars, or 49 pounds, to benefit the Omaha charity and the homeless men, women and children it serves.
About the competition
Business Ethics: Compete for a Cause is a new initiative that seeks to spark competition between CBA’s graduate and undergraduate Business Ethics classes, reinforce course content and emphasize the importance of getting involved. The community cause will change every semester, but the purpose remains the same: to show that little acts can make a dramatic difference.
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