Decision Sciences students win second place at BADSS 2017

Min Wei, Jacob Vasquez-Cabral, Hoa Nguyen, Natasha Bolton, Yah-Lam Chan, Professor Jamie Eng, alumnus David Fickes

San Francisco State University Decision Sciences students Min Wei, Jacob Vasquez-Cabral, Hoa Nguyen, Natasha Bolton and Yah-Lam Chan win BADSS 2nd place prize. Also pictured are SF State professor Jamie Eng and David Fickes, senior market intelligence analyst at Sunrun.

BADSS 2017 was a smashing success!

Congratulations to the team from UC Berkeley for winning first prize in the case competition, and our own SF State DSSA students for winning second prize!

Held at the SF State Downtown Campus, the event was sponsored and organized by SF State's Decision Sciences Student Association (DSSA) and included participants from San Francisco State, UC Berkeley, Santa Clara University and San Jose State! BADSS' purpose is to build the community of students and faculty working in decision sciences and related fields in the Bay Area. Many, many thanks to Sunrun for sponsoring our case competition, to Dr. Govind for giving our keynote, and to all the students and faculty that worked so hard to make this event a success!

BADSS attendees in a group shot

To learn more about the event, see BADSS summit helps grow Bay Area decision sciences community