Bachelor of Science, United States Coast Guard Academy, 1949. Certified d'etudes politiques, University Paris, 1955. Master of Business Administration, Columbia University, 1956.
Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia University, 1962.
Foreign operations supervisor Atomics International, Canoga Park, California, 1956-1960. Professor international business Indiana University, 1962-1965, 67-69, 71-74. Ford Foundation advisory to minister planning, economy and industry Tunisia, 1965-1967.
Chief advisory group University Dacca, E. Pakistan, 1969-1971. R.P. Clinton professor international management Wichita (Kansas) State University, 1974-1978. President World Trade Institute, New York City, 1978-1981.
Owens-Illinois professor international management Ohio State University, Columbus, 1981-1986. Consultant United Nations, World Bank, advisor Ministry Planning Government Indonesia, 1987-1989. Director, curator The Blacksmith Museum, 1991-1992.
(Book by Nehrt, Lee Charles)
(Book by Nehrt, L C)
Chairman board directors Monroe County American Red Cross, 1996-1998. Lieutenant (junior grade) United States Coast Guard, 1949-1953. Member Academy International Business (president 1972-1974, dean fellows 1978-1981), Society.Internat.
Development (governor 1968-1971) M C.
Married Ardith Ann Saltzman, March 26, 1952. Children: Chadwick Charles, Philip Lee, Dana Annual.