Laquanda Temeca Leaven

TitleAssistant Professor

DepartmentMarketing, Transportation & Supply Chain

Phone336-285-3401

Fax336-256-2275

Emailltleaven@ncat.edu

OfficeMerrick Hall
Room: 337

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Laquanda Temeca Leaven

Education

Ph D: Industrial and Systems Engineering, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, 2013

MS: Industrial and Systems Engineering, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, 2010

BS: Industrial and Operations Engineering, University of Michigan, 2009


Research Interests

Healthcare and Service Systems with focuses including: Scheduling and Supply Chain Management, Deterministic Optimization, Statistical Analysis, Stochastic Programming, and Business and Engineering Education


Recent Publications

Leaven, Laquanda  Wang, Shengbin  Coley, Linda  Udoka, Silvanus  (2017).  Achieving Optimal Safety Inventory Levels for Oil Companies using the CONWIP Approach.  In Dr. Md. Mamun Habib  (4,  6,  pp. 1-5).  International Journal of Supply Chain Management.

Leaven, Laquanda  (2017).  Inventory Management Applications for Healthcare Supply Chains.  In Dr. Md. Mamun Habib  (3,  6,  pp. 1-7).  International Journal of Supply Chain Management.

Leaven, Laquanda  Qu, Xiuli  (2017).  A Two-Stage Stochastic Programming Model for Phlebotomist Scheduling in Hospital Laboratories.  In Sally Brailsford, Paul Harper, Fay Payton and Cindy Le Rouge  (3,  6,  pp. 1-12).  Health Systems.

Leaven, Laquanda  (2016).  Predicting Tests Ordered in Hospital Laboratories Using Generalized Linear Modeling.  (3,  94,  pp. 49-55).  Hospital Topics.

Leaven, Laquanda  (2015).  Improving Hospital Laboratory Performance: Implications for Healthcare Managers.  (2,  93,  pp. 19-26).  Hospital Topics.

Leaven, Laquanda  Qu, Xiuli  (2014).  Applying scenario reduction heuristics in stochastic programming for phlebotomist scheduling.  (3,  8,  pp. 1-4).  Management Science and Engineering.

Leaven, Laquanda  (2014).  Applying Scenario Reduction Heuristics in Stochastic Programming for Phlebotomist Scheduling.  (3,  8,  pp. 1-4).  Management Science and Engineering .

Leaven, Laquanda  (2014).  Improving Laboratory Performance in Healthcare Delivery Systems through Optimal Stage Selection: The Analytic Network Process Approach.  (3,  8,  pp. 35-40).  Management Science and Engineering.