Dick Chapman, Ph.DFull-Time Faculty
Office Location: Gore 229
Office Hours: TTh 02:00PM 04:00PM
Ph.D. University of Utah
B.S. University of Utah
Professor of Economics with an emphasis on Labor Economics, Negotiations, and Political Economy. He is the Co-Director of the Coaching and Mentor Center at Westminster College. Richard received his doctorate in 1992 from the University of Utah. His research interests have been centered on explaining persistent poverty and discrimination in the United States economy and tracking the labor market experience of college graduates. Recently his research interests have focused on relationship based learning and performance coaching as a process to develop organizational talent. He was a lead member of the creative and curricula team that designed, developed, and delivered the innovative project and competency-based MBA degree-completion program and the competency-based BBA degree program. Currently, he has developed and is working on implementing, improving and assessing performance coaching as a process to enhance graduate and undergraduate studies at Westminster College. He has also been active in executive education and training in developing coaching and mentoring as a process to develop talent in organizations and improving negotiation processes and outcomes. He has provided training and consulting in coaching and mentoring to Higher Education Institutions, Corporations, and non-profit organizations.