Professor Eli Snir closed out his Managerial Statistics II course with poster presentation sessions for all three sections to an audience of faculty, staff, and their peers. Student teams—predominately comprised of sophomores—used their newly learned skills to address real world business problems. It was great to see the students in action, sharing their results via the use of statistical modeling (primarily regression models) to quantify and forecast economic and business phenomena. The spectrum of projects pursued was quite diverse. Examples included the statistically significant criteria for first round draft picks for the NFL, contributing factors to Olympic success, and which country has the best schools.