Texas Tech University

Accounting Students Compete in PwC Competition

Trevor Bell

November 16, 2015

Four Rawls accounting students are competing in the PwC Case Competition, which allows students to compete against peer institutions across the country. The challenge models real-world business scenarios focusing on the strategic issues currently being faced by companies all over the world.

The Rawls team includes:

  • Carlos Ruiz (May 2018)
  • Matthew Fetsch (Dec. 2017)
  • Kaley Kevil (May 2018)
  • Keely Walker (May 2018)

The Rawls team was selected as a top eight semi-finalist in the country, which is the furthest a team from Texas Tech University has reached. With the support of fellow students, the team can reach the finals. To make it to finals, the team needs to receive the most votes through PwC's Facebook competition page.

Votes can be placed at http://pwc.to/taxvote, and each person can vote one time per day. Voting ends Saturday, Nov. 21, at midnight.

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(L to R) Matthew Fetsch, Kaley Kevil, Carlos Ruiz, and Keely Walker
This supports the efforts outlined in the Rawls College of Business Strategic Plan. Learn more about the LEADER 2020 Strategic Plan and follow our progress on Twitter at #RawlsLeads.