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(b. 1926, Detroit, Michigan; d. 1998, Milwaukee, Wisconsin). Ph.D., Wayne State University; M.A., B.A., University of Michigan.

Ingle was the cofounder, with William Gephart, of the Evaluation Network (ENet) and a significant force behind the merger of ENet and the Evaluation Research Society into the American Evaluation Association. He was Professor in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Wisconsin from 1962 through 1992. During his tenure, he served on the university governance committee twice, developing policy for faculty governance.

He is remembered as a “friendly curmudgeon who was dedicated to developing the evaluation profession” and was supported in these endeavors by his lifelong wife, Maria. He served as conference chair for the annual evaluation conference from the inaugural conference in 1981 (then the ENet ...

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