John Draper joins the Department of Management Sciences as a senior lecturer. He comes from The Ohio State University’s Department of Statistics, where he served as visiting faculty and taught both graduate and undergraduate courses in statistical theory and application. His teaching experiences at Ohio State also include statistics in business, engineering and sports as well as biostatistics courses for graduatelevel students in the College of Public Health and Dentistry.
Draper has a PhD and MS in statistics from Ohio State as well as BS degrees in mathematics and statistics from Florida State University.
His professional experiences include roles as a statistical consultant as well as positions at Battelle Memorial Institute and Cengage Learning. Draper is a member of the American Statistical Association, and the recipient of the Thomas E. and Jean D. Powers Award for Outstanding Teaching Associate.
Draper is a proud alum of The Ohio State University Marching Band (200307) and the Florida State University Marching Chiefs (19992003). He has also worked closely with the OSUMB in halftime show design since 2006.
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