Manager of Information Systems, Instructor
Office: McKenna Hall 206
Education: BA, University of Washington, 1977; MEd, University of Washington, 1980; PhD, University of Washington, 1989. At SPU since 1989.
Dick Sleight (pronounced "slate") taught full-time in the University of Washington College of Engineering from 1978 to 1989, where he was a founding member of its Industrial Engineering Program faculty.
Dr. Sleight has a diverse academic background in engineering, economics, statistics, and education. He served as coordinator of SPU's Adult Learner Program (1989–91) and in the School of Business and Economics as the MBA coordinator (1991–96). Since 1996, Dr. Sleight has been the information and technology manager for SBE, overseeing all aspects of instructional and administrative technology and data management for the school.
At SPU, Dr. Sleight champions the increased productivity and quality of work that derives from the effective use of modern software applications. He teaches courses in business statistics and computer applications.
Away from SPU, Dick is a sports photographer and Bible teacher.
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