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Presented By: U-M Industrial & Operations Engineering

LUNCH & LEARN: CAREER TALKS — Ryan Chen, Orlando Magic

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Ryan Chen
Discover and develop your personal career interests and acquire professional development skills through seminars and conversations with alumni of U-M Industrial and Operations Engineering.

Alumni will talk about their roles, their career path, and give advice on making the most of a degree from IOE.

This is event series is open to all U-M students, faculty and staff.

The Career Talks event series is also the focus of the course, IOE 190. IOE Careers: Find Your Purpose, a 1-credit course open to all U-M students and available in the Fall. For more information about enrolling in IOE 190 please contact IOE Undergraduate Student Advisor, Leonora Lucaj < lucajl@umich.edu>.

Bio:
After four seasons as a data scientist in the Orlando Magic front office, Ryan Chen is a first-year student at Harvard Law School. With the Magic, his main role was to craft novel data sets and predictive models to guide decision-making pertaining to the NBA Draft. Ryan also supported pro personnel management with prediction models for NBA game outcomes to inform team strategic positioning and draft pick valuations and supported the coaching staff with data-driven analyses to inform in-game strategy. At Harvard, Ryan hopes to build a diversified skill set to enable future pursuits, whether within or outside of basketball.

Ryan is a 2014 graduate of the University of Michigan with a Bachelor's degree in Industrial & Operations Engineering and Music Performance (Euphonium). He earned a Master's degree in Management Science & Engineering from Stanford University in 2017.
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November 12, 2021 (Friday) 12:00pm
Meeting ID: 93181386490

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