Paul William Richardson, D.M.
Lecturer of Management
- D.M., University of Maryland University College
- M.B.A., Loyola College
- B.S., University of Baltimore
- B.S., University of Maryland at College Park
Dr. Paul Richardson has been an adjunct professor for over 15 years teaching project management, operations management, strategy and human resource management courses. He also teaches the Project Management Professional (PMP) prep courses. Dr. Richardson received a B.S. in Physical Sciences from the University of Maryland, a B.S. in Management from the University of Baltimore, an MBA from Loyola College of Maryland, and a Doctorate of Management from the University of Maryland University College where his major topic of study was Project Management Conflict. He shares his wealth of knowledge and professional experience and applies a student-centered approach using innovative technologies to integrate real life situations into the course concepts. Dr. Richardson resides with his wife and two children in Lutherville Timonium, Maryland. He enjoys working out, learning new things, helping people better themselves, and working on model trains.
Project Management, Operations Management, Conflict, Internet of Things, Emotional Intelligence.
Project Management, Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, Supply Chain Management, Quality Management, International Management & Operations Management
Richardson, P. Senior Practicum Course Guest Speaker Part 2, "Journey to Get Where I am Today," Interdisciplinary Studies, LAP 209 University of Baltimore. (2019).
Richardson, P. Senior Practicum Course Guest Speaker Part 1, "Journey to Get Where I am Today," Interdisciplinary Studies, LAP 209 University of Baltimore. (2018).
Richardson, P. Senior Practicum Course Guest Speaker, "Basic understanding and helpful tips for any project you are working on professionally or personally," Notre Dame of Maryland University, (2017).
Richardson, P. Special Warfare Education Group, "The benefits of Project Management from an ARMY and civitian career perspective," Education Fair, (2017).