Dr. Lionel Rowan Ingram Jr.

Lionel Ingram

Title: Professor Emeritus, Retired U.S. Army Colonel
Company: University of New Hampshire
Location: Exeter, New Hampshire, United States

Lionel Ingram, Professor Emeritus and Retired U.S. Army Colonel, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in political science and economics education.

In preparation for his career, Dr. Ingram graduated from the United States Military Academy with a Bachelor of Science in 1963, and was commissioned by the U.S. Army as a 2nd lieutenant. He continued his academic pursuits at Harvard University, and after several years of service as an army officer, he earned a Master of Arts in public administration in 1966 and a Master of Arts in political economy and government in 1967. Dr. Ingram began as the deputy director of the policy and plans division for the U.S. mission to NATO in 1982, and in 1985, he rose to the rank of colonel. In 1987, he leveraged his experience as the academy director of the NATO course at the National Defense University, and from 1989 to 1993, he worked as a military attaché for the Defense Intelligence Agency in Copenhagen and Vilnius. In 1993, Dr. Ingram retired from military service, continued his studies at Harvard and earned a PhD in 1995.

Dr. Ingram employed his expertise as a management consultant from 1995 to 2001, and in 1999, he accepted a position as a professor of political science and political economics at the University of New Hampshire. He continued to serve as an educator at the university until 2019, when he accepted the designation of professor emeritus in political science and political economics, which he holds to this day. In addition to his professional pursuits, Dr. Ingram authored “The Major Factors Influencing Allied Decisions Regarding the Allocation of Resources to NATO’s Defense” in 1995, and is a fellow of the National Science Foundation. He recalls his time as a troop commander in Vietnam as an influential, significant experience—he was responsible for the lives of the men in his troop, and for his service, was awarded a Legion of Merit medal, a Bronze Star with V, two Defense Superior Service medals, a Soldier’s Medal for Heroism and a Combat Infantry Badge. As a testament to his success, experience, service and stature, Dr. Ingram has been featured in multiple editions of Who’s Who in the East and Who’s Who in America.

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