A team of four UNT students placed second in a logistics case competition between university students from across the U.S. and Canada.
The student groups were all asked to solve a problem for a fictional company that makes blenders. Students had to figure out how to outsource components for the newest model while decreasing cost.
The competition, Operation Stimulus Student Case Competition, was held earlier this month in Denver.
Four UNT students were awarded: junior Ashleigh Allison, a biomedical engineering major; senior David Looney, an aviation logistics major; senior Sergio Garcia, a logistics and supply...