State PBL Conference

Twenty-one students competed in the Utah State PBL Spring Conference held April 5-7 in St. George. Every student from Weber State University who competed was on stage at least once to collect certificates of accomplishment in their respective areas of competition. 

In addition to the individual awards, the Weber State University chapter was honored for activities and accomplishments during the year. Weber State acquired the coveted traveling trophy in recognition of outstanding member achievement in competition.

Danielle Rich was recognized with a Superior rating in Who’s Who in PBL. Harrison Spendlove will represent the state of Utah in Who’s Who in PBL at the national conference. Another highlight during the awards ceremony was when Laura Anderson was awarded the Advisor of the Year Award.

The purpose of PBL is to provide leadership opportunities for students who are interested in business.  Membership includes students majoring in Accounting, Business Administration, Business Education, Business Multimedia, Communications, Economics, Finance, and Network Management Technologies.

Students who placed 1st or 2nd in their category may go to Anaheim June 22nd to compete at Nationals.  They will be representing Utah and Weber State against more than 1,700 students from around the country in over 55 business related events.  Its a great opportunity for these students.

Weber State University PBL Chapter Results of State Competition

Accounting Principles – Rachel Park 4th

Accounting for Professionals – Sangwon Kang 1st

Business Presentation – Danielle Rich, Sunyoung Ahn  3rd

Computer Apps – Brennen Fuller 1st

Computer Concepts – Rachel Park 2nd, Alison Ence 3rd, Anthony Moreno 9th

Contemporary Sports Issues – Brennen Fuller 2nd

Desktop Publishing – Brennen Fuller, Alison Ence 1st, Lynda Seneff, Allison Woodmansee 5th

Economic Analysis & Decision Making – Minjun Yu, Denise Nelson 1st

Future Business Teacher – Brennen Fuller 1st, Rachel Park 3rd

Help Desk – Pannawat Hiranbanthow 1st

Hospitality Management – Tylor Turnblom, Danielle Rich 1st

Impromptu Speaking – Lynda Seneff 4th

Integrated Marketing Campaign – Adam Thorne 4th

Information Mgmt – Brooke Young 5th

Macroeconomics – Denise Nelson 1st, Junhyoung Lee 3rd

Management Analysis & Decision Making – Tylor Turnblom 3rd

Management Concepts – Lynda Seneff 1st

Marketing Analysis & Decision Making – Tylor Turnblom 3rd

Marketing Concepts – Rachel Park 4th, Alison Ence 5th, Brooke Young 8th, Adam Thorne 10th

Microeconomics – Uksoo Kang 1st, Juetian Shi 3rd

Network Design – Pannawat Hiranbanthow, Uksoo Kang, Sangwon Kang 1st

Networking Concepts – Pannawat Hiranbanthow 1st

Parliamentary Procedures –  Harrison Spendlove, Brook Young, Lynda Seneff, Rachel Park, Danielle Rich 1st

Statistical Analysis – Denise Nelson 1st, Juetin Shi 4th

Website Design – Lynda Seneff, Brennen Fuller, Meagen Johnson 1st

Word Processing – Brook Young 1st, Brennen Fuller 3rd

Business Presentation – Harrison Spendlove and Brook Young 1st

Who’s Who – Harrison Spendlove will represent the state of Utah at nationals, Danielle Rich received Superior Rating


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