Students win first place in International competition

Students win first place in International Business Competition

acAnthony Collier, a History and Political Science major at Texas Southern University, recently won first place in the International Competition for Entrepreneurs in Montego Bay, Jamaica.  Collier, a junior, and his team of four other Texas Southern students – David Funchess, Shanique Brown, Aubrey Conley, and Ashytn Duncan – were recognized for RadBlok, an innovative electromagnetic chip idea. RadBlok is a 24K-gold chip designed to boost cell phone reception, conserve battery life, and keep the phone at a safe temperature while charging to avoid overheating.

Texas Southern was the first and only HBCU among 12 schools from around the world to be admitted into the competition. For more information on RadBlok, visit