Dale R. Hutchcraft

Visiting Assistant Professor of Biblical & Theological Studies

Before coming to Northwestern in 2004 Dr. Hutchcraft served as a pastor in various churches in the Upper Midwest. Since coming to Northwestern Professor Hutchcraft has taught primarily in the biblical & theological studies department in the day school. He also has taught for the communication department, teaching such classes as "Foundations of Communication" and "Global Communications and International Relationships." He is a regular instructor for University of Northwestern's graduate programs—both in the Master of Organizational Leadership program and Master of Arts in Theological Studies program.

Specialty Areas

  • Leadership
  • Organizational Development
  • Church Health/Spiritual Formation
  • Communications
  • Ethics

Academic Credentials

Ph.D. from Regent University from the School of Global Leadership and Entrepreneurship
M. A. Church Leadership, Crown College
B. A. University of Northwestern

Professional Accomplishments

PUBLICATIONS:

"How Can I Share My Faith and Encourage Others Around Me to Adopt the Biblical Worldview?" By James G. Raymo & Dale R. Hutchcraft in Douglas S. Huffman, ed., Christian Contours: How a Biblical Worldview Shapes the Mind and Heart (Grand Rapids, MI: Kregel, 2012)

Functional Learner Autonomy and Christ’s Leadership Development of His Followers Regent University, 2009

"Self Efficacious Autonomous Learning and Leadership Development: The Use of Similar Terms for Similar Behaviors in Leadership Discussions." Forthcoming in Conference Presentations The World Caucus of Autonomous Learning

"Leadership and Self-Efficacious Autonomous Learning" found in 2004 conference proceedings Association of Management/International Association of Management volume 21, No. 2. Maximilian Press Virginia Beach, Virginia

"The Attributes of the Leader," found in The Leader Peru Needs published by the Evangelical Seminary of Lima, Peru, 2004

"Being a Leader of Leaders," found in The Leader Peru Needs published by the Evangelical Seminary of Lima, Peru, 2004

PRESENTATIONS:

“Developing God–Honoring Leadership for the Community: Considering the Competencies of Head (know), Heart (be), and Hands (do),” at the Leadership Brown Bag lunches.

“Self-efficacious autonomous learning” and “Transformative self-sacrificial servant leadership in the context of Ukrainian and Russian culture” interacting learning experiences. Kiev Ukraine (with missionaries to Ukraine and Russia, Kiev Seminary faculty, and graduate students in Education from the University of Kiev).

“Servant Leadership and Self Efficacious Autonomous Learning in eLearning,” workshop presentation for the MN eLearning and eFolio Summit 2011.

"Foundational Concepts for Being a Christ Centered Academic Institution of Higher Learning," University of Northwestern Scholarship Symposium 2010

"Practical Implications of Servant Leadership for the College Classroom," University of Northwestern Scholarship Symposium 2009

"A Closer Look at Followership and What It Tells Us About Leadership," University of Northwestern Scholarship Symposium 2008

"The Ramifications of the Dark Side of Leadership in the Context of the Classroom," University of Northwestern Scholarship Symposium 2007

"Self Efficacious Autonomous Learning and Leadership Development: The Use of Similar Terms For Similar Behaviors in Leadership Discussions" presented at The World Caucus of Autonomous Learning at University of Oxford 2006

"Leadership and Self-Efficacious Autonomous Learning" at the 2004 conference proceedings Association of Management/International Association of Management volume 21, No. 2. Maximilian Press Virginia Beach, Virginia

"The Attributes of the Leader" presented at The Leader Peru Needs at the Evangelical Seminary of Lima, Peru, 2004

"Being a Leader of Leaders," presented at The Leader Peru Needs at the Evangelical Seminary of Lima, Peru, 2004

More Information

Visit Dr. Hutchcraft's e-folio website.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Office Location: Riley Hall 1324
Phone: 651-628-3408
E-mail: drhutchcraft@unwsp.edu