Alumni

Amanda Brief

CEO and Founder, my.Flow

Paula Lipka

Research Scientist at Lyft

Courtney Chow

Investor, Battery Ventures

Amy Wilson

Director, Vale Institute at the Medical University of South Carolina

Gah-Yi Ban

Assistant Professor of Management Science and Operations, London Business School

Wedad Elmaghraby

Professor of Management Science & Operations Management, Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland

Aditya Tyagi

Major: IEOR, minor in EECS IEOR: What are your post-graduation plans (Grad school, industry, travel, etc.)? Aditya Tyagi: MS in Analytics at Northwestern University in the Fall. In the summer between, I’m interning at Symantec SF as a Software Engineer, in their Data Loss Prevention (DLP) team. IEOR: What is your favorite IEOR class and why? Aditya Tyagi: My favorite…

Camille Stuczynski

Major: Undergraduate IEOR IEOR: What are your post-graduation plans (Grad school, industry, travel, etc.)? Camille Stuczynski: Full time at AT&T in the Leadership Development Program. IEOR: What is your favorite IEOR class and why? Camille Stuczynski: IEOR 162 because it’s so fun to find the optimal solution! IEOR: What is your favorite Cal memory? Camille Stuczynski:…

Kate Xu

Major: Undergraduate ORMS IEOR: What are your post-graduation plans (Grad school, industry, travel, etc.)? Kate Xu: Industry IEOR: What is your favorite IEOR class and why? Kate Xu: IEOR 266: I really like Graph Theory and Professor Hochbaum is amazing. IEOR: What is your favorite Cal memory? Kate Xu: Performing in dance showcases IEOR: What is your…

Lucie Kresl

Major: Undergraduate IEOR IEOR: What are your post-graduation plans (Grad school, industry, travel, etc.)? Lucie Kresl: Industry – Technology IEOR: What is your favorite IEOR class and why? Lucie Kresl: My favorite IEOR class 150 because of the cases Professor Yano gave us. The class helped us think in terms of real world situations and pushed…

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Events and Opportunities

Professional Development Liaisons (PDLs

There are up to 10 positions available. Doctoral and professional students from all departments, programs, and disciplines are encouraged to apply. 

Benefits of this internship:

  • Paid position: 10 hrs/week at $25.78/hr (25% time, Student Assistant IV)
  • Skill-building opportunities: PDLs will receive group trainings and mentorship (within the paid 10 hours/week) to guide them in developing valuable professional skills in areas such as communications, program and project management, partnerships, and more.
  • Professional and career development: PDLs will develop experience in higher education leadership that is valuable in a variety of career paths, within and beyond academia.
  • Service to campus: PDLs will play an important role in making professional development resources and opportunities available to graduate students and in assisting departments in their work in this area.

Required skills:

  • Exceptional skills in interpersonal communication, collaboration, judgment, and organization;
  • Graduate-level writing and analytical skills;
  • The ideal candidate will also be skilled in multicultural competencies, with experience working and interacting effectively with diverse groups of students, faculty, and staff.

Full details and application instructions are below and attached. Applications are due by September 17, 2018Please forward this announcement about this excellent professional development opportunity to all graduate students in your department.

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