Friday, March 8, 2019 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

UCF Statistics Colloquium:

March 8, 2019 

10:00AM- 11:00AM

Speaker:  Jimmy Rudolph

After a 40-year career with NASA at the Kennedy Space Center, Jimmy Rudolph, '76, returns to the UCF campus to meet with current statistics students. Mr. Rudolph was one of the first graduates of the statistics program when the small university was still known as FTU. During the U.S. Space Shuttle program, he held management positions in safety, quality, mission assurance, operations and engineering. He also founded and managed an investment company that specializes in real estate properties. Currently, he serves as a consultant for various aerospace and defense companies in these fields as well as new business development. Jimmy was named the 2017 Distinguished Alumni for the UCF Department of Statistics in the College of Sciences. Now he shares with students the answers to the question "What can I do with my Statistics degree?" 

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Technology Commons II: Room 222


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