Richard E. Rosenthal Student Competition


A prized feature of the MORS Education and Professional Development (EPD) Colloquium, the Richard E. Rosenthal Student Competition is a “quick reaction analysis” competition which allows students from all participating institutions to work on an OR problem together, demonstrate their skills and learn different ways to approach a problem toward a team solution. Students are randomly assigned to teams. Each team is provided a problem set and given five hours to apply operations research methodology to resolve the issues. On the last day of the Colloquium, teams present the results of their efforts to a judging panel in an open forum. The winning team receives a special recognition by the Society and each member of the winning team receives an award.

Past Award Winners

Daniel Carlson, VMI
Mathew DaugomahThe Citadel
Jay Kennedy, VMI

Ryan Koehler, USNA
Spencer Peters, VMI
Tara Storch, USNA
Perry White, VMI

Noah Enix, VMI
Yang Hsia, VMI
Wells Johnstone, USNA
Jack Meinke, USNA
Eric Munro, VMI
Nicolas Shier, VMI
Emi Siler, USCG
Maxwell Stuart, VMI
Caroline Turner, USNA

Kelia Aardema, VMI
Anthony Calvelli, USNA
Phromnachanok Ketphan, The Citadel
Jasmine Ye, USNA

Kao-Pu Chang, VMI
Brian Lentz, Citadel
Tara Strauss, USCGA
Sara Pessognelli, VMI
Chad Young, USAFA