The UNO PBL students competed against other colleges from across Nebraska, winning 16 awards. The award winners include the following students:
1st Place Financial Services — Chris Dauel, Trevor Koger and Logan Riley
1st Place Retail Management — Zach Vincent
1st Place Sports Management and Marketing — Trevor Koger
2nd Place Accounting Principles — Trevor Koger
2nd Place Information Management — Philip Faughn
2nd Place Global Analysis and Decision Making — Dominika Jedinak
2nd Place Management Concepts — Logan Riley
3rd Place Entrepreneurship Concepts — Philip Faughn
4th Place Business Decision Making — Chris Dauel, Trevor Koger, and Logan Riley
4th Place Contemporary Sports Issues — Chris Dauel
4th Place Management Concepts — Matthew Bahle
4th Place Justice Administration — Noah Kingston
4th Place Public Speaking — Zach Vincent
5th Place Computer Applications — Zach Vincent
5th Place Retail Management — Jon Murray
Who’s Who in Nebraska PBL — Logan Riley
Several of these students will have the opportunity to compete at the PBL National Leadership Conference this summer in Anaheim, California.
Students interested in joining PBL can contact UNO PBL Chapter President Trevor Koger at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Phi Beta Lambda is the collegiate division of FBLA-PBL, a student business organization with over 250,000 members nationally.
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