Alphonso Ogbuehi, faculty member in Clayton State University’s College of Business, was honored with becoming a member of Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business Advisory Council for the Southeast U.S. Higher Education Consortium for International Business earlier this year.
Ogbuehi is pleased with his engagement with Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business, his position on the 13 member Advisory Council, and the subsequent opportunity to serve as a judge in the inaugural International Business Case Competition organized at Georgia State’s Robinson’s Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER).
The GSU-CIBER team was very thankful to have Ogbuehi on their jury panel, “We greatly appreciate that he took the time to challenge the students with his valuable questions and broaden their knowledge by sharing his precious insights with them.”
The Southeast U.S. Higher Education for International Business sponsored the Case Competition, which had eight schools participate. Each school sent four students who represented one of four functional areas: finance, accounting, marketing, and management. Students from each institution were separated, arranged into teams and given an internationally focused business case. Each team had 18 hours to prepare their solutions then present them to a panel of executive judges, on which served Ogbuehi.