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Yang Ning, Dongning Guan and Xing Shi were runners up among 224 competitors.

Webster University Students Prove World-Class Business Acumen

January 19, 2018

Webster University students Dongning Guan, Yang Ning and Xing Shi were runners-up in an international business simulation competition last semester, succeeding against students from 224 universities across 19 countries. The Webster team competed in the 2017 Capsim Fall Challenge against finalists from the United States, India, Taiwan, Lebanon and Israel. They are students of Webster Jacksonville-based faculty member John Jinkner, who taught at Webster China over the summer.

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Around Webster: Groeneman, Nomikos publish; Rosenblum presents in D.C.; Jacksonville alum honored

January 02, 2018

Warren Rosenblum presented "The Feeble-Minded in Germany: Between Sympathy and Persecution" at The Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies. ... Ryan Groeneman published a chapter in the book, "Multicomponent Solids: Synthesis, Concepts, Function." ... Athens faculty member John Nomikos published a journal article on Balkan instability and a book chapter on cybercrime in Southeast Asia. ... Jacksonville alumnus CJ Smith received a Jefferson Award for public service.

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Webster MBA students Marilynn Dawson, Kent Sheffield Morris Fordham shined above thousands of competitors.

MBA Students Prevail over Thousands in International Capsim Competition

April 21, 2016

Three Webster University MBA students studying at the Jacksonville campus have beaten more than 2,000 challengers to win the Capsim international business simulation competition. Kent Sheffield, Morris Fordham and Marilynn Dawson demonstrated world-class managerial expertise in pitting their skills against thousands of other students around the world to prevail in a grueling, 30-hour competition. "This simulation challenges and engages students and lets them demonstrate their business knowledge," said faculty member John Jinkner.

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