Yale School of Management, February 20, 2018
Photo: Greg MacDonald and Vero Bourg-Meyer.
During the inaugural Greater Yale Case Competition (GYCC), Yale students envisioned the Peabody Museum’s future after a planned renovation. Twenty teams made up of 90 students from nine of Yale’s professional schools, the Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and Yale College gathered on Saturday, February 10th in Evans Hall to present their strategy for the museum.
The School of Management’s Case Research and Development Team (CRDT) organized the event and authored the case study.
Jennifer Fischer, a joint degree student of the School of Management (SOM) and Yale School of Medicine, Helen Li, a student at Yale Law School, and Eric Smith, a PhD candidate in History created the winning presentation (the team also included Addison Genenbacher, SOM and Sunny Chung, Yale School of Medicine). The first place team received a cash prize of $3,000.