Ernst & Young 2011 Prize for MDP 3
Ernst & Young, one of the most successful professional services firms in the world, sponsored a prize for the best Business Ethics group project and presentation in MDP 3 in the 2010-11 academic year. The top three teams gave their presentations at the Ernst & Young Glasgow Office on Wednesday 9 February 2011.
All students delivered their presentations confidently and professionally managed to handle difficult and challenging questions. Congratulations to all participants. Ernst & Young staff all commented on the high standard being achieved and the importance of MDP in providing opportunities to enhance student employability.
The first prize was awarded to team 1C for their report/presentation entitled Facebook: Ethics and Responsibility. The winning team consisted of Darren Meldrum, Ainslie McCulloch, Leane Russell, Scott Sandison, Sophie Norris and Michael Paterson.
The two runners up were: team 3E (Amy Andrews, Yuhong Li, Darren McCallum, Louisa Murray, Elaine Paterson, and Xiaron Qi) whose presentation related to Debenhams and "issues surrounding negative body image" and team 4B (Gemma Berry, Yushi Feng, Laura Hendrie, Callum Moorhead, Catherine Youden and Yaning Zhang) who presented on BP and the Gulf of Mexico Oil spill.
Team 1C - Winners
From left to right - Sophie Norris, Darren Meldrum, Leanne Russell, Scott Sandison and Ainslie McCulloch.
Team 3E - Runners Up
From left to right - Xiaron Qi, Yuhong Li, Stephen Tagg (SBS), Louisa Murray, Darren McCallum, Elaine Paterson and Amy Andrews .
Team 4B - Runners Up
From left to right - Yaning Zhang, Laila Kasem (SBS), Yushi Feng, Callum Moorhead, Viktor Dorfler (MDP Director), Catherine Youden, Gemma Berry and Laura Hendrie.