Richard Edward Morehouse
BiographyAfter a brief stint and a high school teacher, I worked on a variety of federally funded educational program, including an eleven school district Gifter Education Program. I began my university teaching in the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. As I was completed these federally funded programs, I was trained in Philosophy for Children under Matthew Lipman and Ann Sharp.I then worked as director of Cooperative Education and taught several classes in Psychology at Viterbo University. After 28 years teaching in the Psychology Department, including two stints as chair, I retired and took a Visiting Professorship at Glyndwr University. My work in Wales entailed two short visits to the university in the Spring and Fall semesters. I am currently involved with a research object with Saint Pary's Press and do other consulting projects.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Qualitative research and evaluation
Philosophy for Children
Reading and walking
Local and state politics