Students from Indiana University, Purdue University and Purdue Polytechnic Institute (Anderson) were named winners in the sixth annual Conexus Indiana National Collegiate Case Competition. The case competition fielded 24 teams and challenged the students to solve one of two advanced manufacturing and logistics business cases with first- second- and third-place winners named in three different tracks.

The three first-place teams each won $5,000, with second- and third-place teams each taking home $2,000 and $1,000, respectively.

The Conexus Indiana Case Competition is held annually and encourages college students to use what they’ve learned in the classroom in a simulated real-world environment. In addition, students interact with Indiana advanced manufacturing and logistics professionals during a career fair and throughout the event with industry leaders serving as judges. This year, 24 companies and organizations participated in the career fair and 18 professionals, representing all facets of the advanced manufacturing and supply chain industries, served as judges.

First Place Winners from Indiana University:

Predescu Alimin

Mayank Arya

William Pack

Hanting Yin

 

First Place Winners from Purdue University:

Hayden Phillips

Christopher Ghita

Tyler Spurling

Jackson Hahn

 

First Place Winners from Purdue Polytechnic Institute (Anderson):

Keegan Stewart

Jackson Vieth

Austin Bronnenberg

Andrew Oakley

 

Career Fair participants:

  • Aisen
  • Allison Transmission
  • Arcamed
  • Ascend Indiana
  • Batesville Tool and Die
  • Berry Global
  • Butler Graduate Programs
  • Cummins
  • Indiana State University Graduate Programs
  • Indianapolis International Airport Authority
  • Ivy Tech Community College
  • Langham Logistics
  • Major Tool and Machine
  • Metroplastics
  • MPI Corp.
  • Praxair
  • Rolls-Royce
  • Samtec
  • SIMBAchain
  • Stellantis
  • Subaru
  • TMMI
  • Toyota Material Handling
  • Women in Hi Tech