Richard P. Mullin, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Wheeling Jesuit University, earned his Master's and Doctorate degrees in philosophy from Duquesne University, and a Master's degree in counseling from West Virginia University. After teaching philosophy for seven years at S. Bernard Cololege in Alabama, Mullin joined the faculty at Wheeling Jesuit where he taught philosophy for thirty years. For 25 years he also taught Business Ethics in the MBA program.
He has lectured on American Philosophy in Slovenia and Slovakia, and has presented numerous papers to the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy throughout the United States and once in Poland. He recently published a book, The Soul of Classical American Philosophy, which portrays the ethical and spiritual insights of the founders of American Pragmatism. He currently teaches in the MBA program as well as undergraduate courses in Ethics and Philosophy of the Human Person.