Small Business Administration Awards Baylor Students

April 25, 1996

Four 1995 business graduates from Baylor University who participated in the Small Business Institute (SBI) awards competition have won 1996 statewide awards.

Shelley Mazon of Irving and Ashley Douthitt of Dallas prepared a case study for a Waco retail clothing store that was named the Outstanding Undergraduate Case for the State of Texas. Mazon received a bachelor of business administration (BBA) degree in finance, and Douthitt received a BBA in entrepreneurship.

Scott Schimkowitsch of Sugar Land and Clint Black of Plainview prepared a case study for a flower and gift shop in China Spring that was selected as the outstanding Undergraduate SBI Case from the Dallas/Fort Worth District. Both Schimkowitsch and Black received BBA's in entrepreneurship.

The awards program is sponsored by the U.S. Small Business Administration and is administered by SBI directors.

For more information contact Dr. Nancy Upton, director of Baylor's John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship, at (817) 755-2265.

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