Students from the University of Tampa placed second at the Beta Alpha Psi annual meeting’s national best practices competition held on Aug. 4-6 in Baltimore.
Beta Alpha Psi
is an honorary organization for students studying
financial information and professionals.
The competition, which was sponsored by Deloitte LLP,
focused on making chapter level improvements. The Tampa team, which included
Brent Caramanica, Stefan Cox, Lucie Matulikova and Yafeng Zhang, finished ahead
of teams from California State University-Sacramento, Notre
Dame and the University of Denver.
The Tampa team was one of just eight to win the Gold Challenge
Competition, which was sponsored by KPMG. This competition allowed the BAP students
to use their multimedia skills by creating a five-minute video that shows why
their chapter should win the award or why students would want to join the
Beta Alpha Psi
The team was accompanied to Baltimore by associate professor
of accounting Mary Keener.
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