Students Perform Well in Investment Competition


Daniel D.Nagy earned second place in the national portion of the Gould Scholastic Award competition for his paper, “Mask Up: Opportunity Awaits.”

For more than 20 years, DST has administered the Gould Scholastic Award in honor of Robert Gould. This award recognizes outstanding university students who compose exceptional academic papers on topics related to investment management strategies, theories and trends.

D.Nagy will receive a $7,500 award for winning second nationally. He also placed first in the local Gould Scholastic competition and took home a $250 award. Two other Truman teams received second and third place in the local Gould Scholastic Award competition.

Eric Bruce, Brock Malone and Patrick May earned second place for their paper, “Digitization: The Future of Finance.” They will share a $150 award.

David Shah and Seth Smith earned third place for their paper, “The New Normal: Digital Capabilities in Financial Service Firms in a Post-COVID World.” The duo will share a $100 award.
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