Post-Wharton

The OID Department seeks to place graduating students in top academic positions around the world.  Our recent graduates have taken positions at institutions such as Carnegie Mellon, the University of Chicago, Columbia, Duke, Harvard, INSEAD, London Business School, New York University, Stanford, UC Berkeley, UCLA and the University of Virginia. Unlike many other more narrowly focused departments, we place our graduates in operations, information systems, marketing, management and other disciplines. Demand for business PhD students in our areas of specialization is very strong and the number of job openings far exceeds the number of graduates. Thus, starting salaries continue to grow steadily. As an extra benefit, we have an extensive alumni network that is very active and dedicated to helping new graduates.

Recent Placements
2016 Berkeley Dietvorst University of Chicago
Emma Levine University of Chicago
Fujie Jin Indiana University
Jing Peng University of Connecticut
Kaitlin Daniels Washington University
2015 Hengchen Dai Washington University
Theresa Kelly Washington University
Dokyun Lee Carnegie Mellon University
2014 Hassam Bavafa University of Wisconsin
Shiliang Cui Georgetown University
2013 Bob Batt University of Wisconsin
Alison Wood Brooks Harvard Business School
Andres Catalan-Cardenas Temple Fox
Santiago Gallino Dartmouth Tuck
Jaelynn Oh Utah Eccles
Joel Wooten University of South Carolina
2012 Vibhanshu Abhishek CMU Heinz
Alessandro Arlotto Duke Fuqua DS
Jose Guajardo Berkeley Haas
Jun Li Michigan Ross
Necati Tereyagoglu Georgia Tech Scheller
Tom Tan SMU Cox
2011 Toni Moreno-Garcia Kellogg MEDS
Fazil Pac McKinsey
2010 Pnina Feldman Berkeley Haas
Alex Leeds Industry
Nicole Ruedy U of Washington (post-doc)
2009 Dan Fleder McKinsey
Ramnath Vaidyanathan McGill
2008 Nitin Bakshi London Business School
Sang-Hyun Kim Yale SOM
Robert Swinney Stanford OIT
Kinshuk Jerath CMU Tepper
KC Diwas Emory Goizueta
Sonny Tambe NYU Stern
2007 Karan Girotra INSEAD
Marcelo Olivares Columbia DRO
Jayanth Krishnan Industry
Jennifer Dunn Michigan State Broad
Alex Ornatsky Industry