|2015 ‐ Present||Affiliate, Institute for Interdisciplinary STEM Education, Georgia Southern University|
|2013 ‐ Present||Assistant Professor, Department of Logistics and Supply Chain Management, College of Business Administration, Georgia Southern University ‐ Department of Logistics & Supply Chain Management|
Honors and Awards
- University of North Texas, Deedi Prybutok MSCI Doctoral Scholarship (2011 – 2013)
- University of North Texas, Raupe Memorial Professional Scholarship (2011)
- University of North Texas, Texas Public Education International Grant Scholarship, (2010-2011)
- University of North Texas, Academic Achievement Scholarship (2010-2011)
- University of Idaho, Dale Everson Statistics Scholarship for Academic Excellence (2010)
- SAS Global Forum Scholarship Recipient (2009)
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Journal Articles (9)
Book Chapters (1)
Contribution to Book
Enhancing Service Delivery for National Development
Key Determinants of National Development: Historical Perspectives and Implications for Developing Economies (2015)
For those wishing to acquire knowledge on national development issues, this comprehensive compendium traverses a spectrum of subjects that the ...
Conference Proceedings And Presentations (10)
Supply Uncertainty and Firm Performance in Developing Economy Environments: Examining ...
Refereed Research Paper in the Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute (2015)
Transactions cost economics theory suggests that firms will alter their governance structures with suppliers in an environment of high uncertainty. ...
Development of a Mass Service Customer Commitment Model
Non-Refereed Research Abstract Presented at and in Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute (2014)
This study develops and tests a model that examines factors that influence commitment to a mass service (e.g., banking). We ...
An Integrated Technology Acceptance Model for Predicting Product Usage
Non-Refereed Research Abstract presented at and in Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute (2013)
We propose an integrated model, consisting of a quality framework and the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), to allow predicting an ...
A Simple Approximation to the Optimal Set Covering Number of ...
Non-Refereed Research Abstract in Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute (2012)
We provide a simple approximation scheme for the optimal objective value for the classic set covering problem/formulation. Our formula is ...
Social Networking Site Use in Two Distinct Cultures: Differences in ...
Refereed Research Paper in the Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute (2012)
The popularity of social networking sites continues to grow worldwide with varying acceptance in different regions. This study examines culture ...
Teaching with Technology: Online Resources as a Pedagogical Aid in ...
Non- Refereed Research Paper Presented at and in Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute (2012)
Students performed better on the first exam when exam materials were placed online than when these materials were handed out. ...