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University administrator , communications educator

Henry Thomas Ingle, American Communications educator, university administrator.


Ingle, Henry Thomas was born on September 22, 1943 in El Paso, Texas, United States. Son of Rudolph Marcelino Madrid and Mae Lilly (Page-Holguín) Ingle.


Bachelor in Communications with honors, University Texas, El Paso, 1965. Master of Science in Telecommunications with honors, Syracuse University, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy in Education and Communications, Stanford University, 1972.


Technical advisor, Organization of American States, Bogotá, Colombia, 1970-1971; research associate, director, field research, United States Agency International Development & Institute Communications Research Stanford (California) U., Stanford and El Salvador, Center American, 1971-1973; program officer, special assistant to president international programs division, Academy Ednl. Development, Inc., Washington, 1973-1975; international media adviser, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Organization of American States, World Bank, United States Agency for International Development, United States Information Agency, Inter-American Development Bank, Washington, Center American, South America, S.E. Asia, 1975-1977; senior research and program associate national institute education, unites states department Education, Washington, 1978-1979; professor, senior faculty, Federal Executive Institute United States Office Personnel Management, Washington and Charlottesville, Virginia, 1979-1980; director division of program analysis and evaluation,, Office of Assistant Secretary Fair Housing & Equal Opportunity unites states department Housing and Urban Development, Washington, 1980-1981; director applied technical programs, Association Ednl. Communications and Technology, Washington, 1981-1983; professor, dean college of communications, California State University, Chico, 1983-1987; distinguished senior scholar and visiting professor information science, The Tomás Rivera Center for Policy Studies, Claremont (California) Grad.Sch., 1987-1989; executive director field development and strategic planning, San Francisco Bay area office, Ednl.

Testing Svc., Emeryville, California, 1989-1991; professor information science program, Claremont (California) Graduate School, 1991-1993; assistant vice president technical planning and development, professor, chair department committee, University Texas, El Paso, 1994-1996; professor committee, associate vice president technical planning & distance learning, University Texas, El Paso, since 1996. Executive director Connecting to Change of the Tides Foundation, Claremont, California, since 1992. Member of advisory board Jostens Learning Corporation, 1991-1992, American Spirit Found, 1991-1992, commission on diversity management education American Assembly Collegiate Schools Business, 1991-1992, Telecommunications Policy Conference, Airlie House, Virginia, 1984-1986, Hispanic Media Center, Media Institute, Washington, 1989-1990.

Member proposal review panels New Schools Development Corp, since 1992. Member of national advisory board Educational Research Information Clearinghouse Clearinghouse on Information Resources, Syracuse, New York, since 1984. Member educational affairs advisory board Apple Computer Company, since 1988.

Member of national cultural diversity committee American Red Cross, since 1993. Member of advisory board Los Paisanos De El Chamizal, National Memorial, El Paso, Texas, since 1994, United States National Park Svc. Member technical commission Council of Great City Schools, 1989-1990.

Member of advisory steering committee Center for Women Policy Studies, Washington, 1989-1993. Member of advisory committee Ednl. Satellite Project, Hughes Communications Corporation, 1990-1991.

Member Texas distance learning master plan committee Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, 1995-1996. Junior fellow Industrial Craft ² Institute, University Texas, Austin, since 1995. Member advanced.coun.

Texas Telecom. Policy Institute, University Texas, Austin, since 1996.



Vice president League United American Citizens, Washington chapter, 1976-1982. Member, founding officer Hispanic Federal Executive Alumni Association, Washington, 1980-1993. Founding charter member Hispanics XXI, Washington, 1980-1993.

Consultant, advisor United Way Leadership Development Program, Philadelphia, 1983-1989, Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, 1992-1994. Advisor American Council Education Fellows, 1989-1990. Member, Equal Employment Opportunity and cultural diversity committee American Red Cross, Washington, since 1995.

Member Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, American Educational Research Association, Educational Communications and Technology Computer Using Educators, American Association for Higher Education (Hispanic caucus), International Society for Technology in Education, World Future Society, International Communications Association, Alliance for Public Technology, Society Estudios Tecnología Comunicaciónew york Educación (Barcelona).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: gardening, music, reading, gourmet cooking, golf, tennis.


Son of Rudolph Marcelino Madrid and Mae Lilly (Page-Holguín) Ingle. M.Mariá Yolanda Rodriguez, August 16, 1969. Children: Stephen P., Lisa K.

Rudolph Marcelino Madrid Ingle

Mae Lilly (Page-Holguín) Ingle

Mariá Yolanda Rodriguez

Lisa K. Ingle

Stephen P. Ingle