SRU's AMA chapter earns case study competition award

The Slippery Rock University chapter of the American Marketing Association recently earned a Commendable Award at the AMA's International Annual Case Study Competition for its research and strategic plan to rebrand eBay.

Participating students included:

· Alyssa Broder, a junior communication/integrated marketing major from Philadelphia; Brandy Mudrich, a freshman marketing major from Pittsburgh;

· Brody Concelmen, a junior marketing major from New Brighton;

· Chelsea Fabyanic, a senior management major from New Brighton;

· Chris Alesius, a junior management and marketing major from North Huntingdon;

· Colin Parrington, a sophomore finance major from Middletown, New York;

· Daniel Burtner, a senior marketing and sustainable management major from Butler; Elaina DiBucci, a senior management and marketing major from Pittsburgh;

· Erika Lapmardo, a senior biology major from Warren, Ohio;

· Jeffrey Manes, a sophomore marketing major from Cranberry Township;

· Jesse Graham, a junior marketing major from West Mifflin;

· Jocelyn Gentile, a junior marketing major from Pittsburgh;

· Kalliopi Georgalos, a senior management major from Warren, Ohio;

· Kaitlyn Spangler, a junior marketing and finance major from Slippery Rock;

· Karisa Petrucci, a senior marketing and management major from Etters;

· Laurel Tisdale, a junior marketing major from Powell, Ohio;

· Lindsay Yuska, a junior marketing major from Pittsburgh;

· Lindsie Kwasniewski, a junior marketing major from Allison Park;

· Michael Connor, a senior health care administration and marketing major from Butler; Minori Kobayashi, a junior marketing major from Saitama, Japan;

· Robert Brown, a senior marketing major from Shippensburg;

· Samantha Anderson, a senior marketing major from Midland;

· Samantha Brownlee, a sophomore communication: integrated marketing major from Virginia Beach, Virginia;

· Stephanie Sarver, a junior marketing major from South Park; and

· Valerie Robuck, a senior English major from Ridgway.