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Holly Lutze

  • Assoc. Professor
  • Department of Business & Economics




Ph.D. in Management Science and Engineering. Dissertation: Mitigating Supply Chain Risk, Stanford University

M.S. in Engineering-Economic Systems and Operations Research, Stanford University

B.S. in Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management, Oklahoma State University


  • President, ACBSP Southwestern Council for Business Schools and Programs Management Consultant, Minigrip, Seguin, Texas
  • Developed non-accounting internship program, Texas Lutheran University
  • Founder and director, Business Professionals Program, Texas Lutheran University
  • Chair, TLU Environmental Sustainability Committee



"Distributor Pricing Compensation for Partial Pallet Customer Orders." Southwest Academy of Management Conference. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. March 2016

"Student Professional Development: A Working Model." Southwest Academy of Management Conference. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. March 2016

"Learning Through Online Games." TLU Engaging Pedagogy Conference. Texas Lutheran University. Seguin, Texas. May 2016.

"Connecting Industry with Students," ACBSP Region 6 Meeting, November 2012

"Integrating Corporate Relationships into Program/Course Curriculum," Academy of Management Annual Meeting, August 2012

"Impact of Supply Chain Design and Postponement on Promised Lead Times," (in preparation) with Xiao Zhang and Ozalp Ozer of University of Texas at Dallas

"A Meta-heuristic Approach for Fuzzy Queuing Maximal Benefit Location Model (FQMBLM)" (unpublished) with Nima Esfandiari and Reza Rabieyan of Islamic Azad University, Qazvin Branch