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Steven Huchendorf

Senior Lecturer
Supply Chain and Operations

Education

  • BA 1977
    Economics and History St. Cloud State University

  • MS 1980
    Economics Illinois State University

  • Doctor of Arts 1989
    Economic Education Illinois State University

Expertise

Steve Huchendorf is a Senior Lecturer with a Doctor of Arts Degree in Economics from Illinois State University.  Recipient of a Carlson School of Management, Outstanding Teaching Award, 2014 and the Excellence in Teaching Award, 2003.  Voted by Carlson School of Management students as Outstanding Faculty of the Year, 2007 and Outstanding Honors Faculty of the Year, 2006.  Nominated by the Carlson students as Outstanding Faculty of the Year 2003, 2007, 2010, 2017.  Twice voted by the students as the Outstanding Teacher of the Year for the Department of Economics at Illinois State University. 

Dr. H is the Founder and Director of the Supply Chain & Operations Department PACE* Program (*Program for the Advancement of Classroom Excellence).  The PACE Program is a teacher training initiative aimed at developing the pedagogic abilities of Ph.D. students.

Private sector experience includes seven years with CASE Corporation in research and planning, planning & operations, and supply chain reengineering project management.  Consulting experience includes international business consulting in the project management and finance reengineering areas for the European Finance Center of CASE Corporation in Paris France.  Publications include customized corporate training on statistical techniques, learning/teaching techniques, and Solutions Manual for a Statistics text.

Selected Works

"Instructor Solutions Manual and "Student Solutions Manual for Statistics for Business and Economics," 6th ed., Steven Huchendorf, Paul Newbold, William Carlson, and Betty Thorne (Prentice-Hall, 2006).
"Instructor Solutions Manual and "Student Solutions Manual for Statistics for Business and Economics," 5th ed., Steven Huchendorf, Paul Newbold, William Carlson, and Betty Thorne (Prentice-Hall, 2003).
"How to Improve Student Learning in Large Lectures (Lessons from the Bush Grant )," Steven Huchendorf , invited presentation at the Office of Learning Excellence Learning Lunch, Carlson School of Management (October 4, 2006).
"Developing a Causal Model for the ITL Model," Steven Huchendorf (2004). This white paper is based on the University of Minnesota College of Continuing Education ITIL Metrics Workgroup held June 2003 to December 2004.
Invited presentation on the Operations and Management Sciences Department PACE (Program for the Advancement of Classroom Excellence), Steven Huchendorf, Academy of Distinguished Teachers Conference (April 25, 2005).

Current Activities

Honors and Awards

  • Outstanding Honors Faculty of the Year, 2005-06, (presented at the Carlson Honors Association spring banquet, May 2006)


  • Excellence in Teaching Award, 2003-04 (presented at the Carlson School of Management faculty retreat, October 2004)


  • Nominated for Faculty Member of the Year, Carlson School of Management, 2002-03


Research Grants

  • Recipient, three-year grant from the Archibald Bush Foundation, 2004-07


Scholarly Service

  • Faculty Advisor, Undergraduate Supply Chain and Operations Management Club, Carlson School of Management, January 2003-present