Joshua K. Strakos
Clinical Associate Professor; Director of Undergraduate Studies
Joshua Strakos is a Management professor at Baylor University. He is a 20-year Air Force veteran with a background in logistics and petroleum management. His research interests include humanitarian logistics, energy management and teaching innovation. He serves as a faculty mentor for Baylor’s Supply Chain Management program and faculty advisor to the Association for Supply Chain Management student organization.
2013 – PhD—Operations Management, University of Houston, Houston, Texas
2006 – MBA, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas
1999 – BS—Occupational Education, Wayland Baptist University, San Antonio, Texas
MGT 3325 Operations Management
MGT 3320 Distribution Management
Government and non-government energy strategy and management, disaster relief supply chain management, improvisation, humanitarian logistics and supply chain management, adult education, online distance learning, flipped classroom, pedagogy, mastery learning
Strakos, Joshua K. and Brazhkin, Vitaly. Learning Management System-Integrated Spreadsheet Exercises for Facility Location Modeling. Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education. First published online July 2021. (AJG=1, ABDC=C)
Strakos, Joshua K., McCormick, Blaine., Douglas, Matthew A. Supply chain management: Perspectives from Christian ethics. The Christian Business Review. Fall 2019(8), 35-44.
Strakos, Joshua K. “The effectiveness of intentional design in an online inventory management class”. Proceedings of the 47th Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, Austin: Decision Sciences Institute, November 2016.
Strakos, Joshua K., Quintanilla, Jose A., and Huscroft, Joseph R. Department of Defense energy policy and research: A framework to support strategy. Energy Policy. 92, 83-91, May 2016. (AJG=2, ABDC=A)
Strakos, Joshua K. Using Spreadsheet Modeling to Teach Exchange Curves (Optimal Policy Curves) in Inventory Management. Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education. 14(1), January 2016. (AJG=1, ABDC=C)