Roger C. Chapman
- Quantitative aspects of forestry, notably in the statistical aspects of natural resource inventory and forest growth and yield.
Teaching /Professional Interests
Dr. Chapman joined the faculty of the Department in 1973. Professor Chapman has extensive background in the quantitative aspects of forestry notably in the statistical aspects of natural resource inventory and forest growth and yield. Before coming to WSU Dr. Chapman taught at Duke University School of Forestry and was employed as a mathematical statistician by the U.S. Forest Service Northeastern Forest Experiment Station. His research at WSU has ranged from biomass research to development of computer modules for instruction. He is probably best known in the department for his knowledge of Excel and his expertise in academic advising.
- Ph.D., 1977
North Carolina State University - Raleigh, NC
- M.A., 1965
University of Califorina - Berkeley, CA
- M.F., 1959
Duke University - Durham, NC
- B.S., 1959
College of William and Mary - Williamsburg, VA
Natural Resource Sciences
Washington State University
107 Johnson Hall
Pullman, WA 99164-6410