Ingram Scholars combine educational pursuits with a commitment to community service and philanthropy
The Ingram Scholars Program extends its gratitude to Brian L. Heuser, associate professor of the practice in the Department of Leadership, Policy, and Organizations at Peabody College of education and human development, for his two terms of service as he concludes his faculty directorship in December 2023 and returns to his full-time faculty role at Peabody College.
Heuser’s teaching, research and policy work focus on higher education internationalization and economic development. His academic work has brought him to more than 30 countries, where he has served as a U.S. Embassy policy specialist and supported programs such as the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program and the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
Heuser has led the Ingram Scholars Program since 2017, succeeding faculty director Marshall Eakin, Distinguished Professor of History. Ann Neely, professor emerita of the practice in the Department of Teaching and Learning, was the inaugural faculty director.
“We are incredibly grateful to Brian’s leadership and service to the Ingram Scholars Program,” said Tiffiny Tung, vice provost for undergraduate education. “His passion and expertise in education and community engagement have been invaluable to the program and the meaningful experiences of its scholars. His dedication to the students is greatly appreciated.”
Learn more about Professor Heuser and his work with the Ingram Scholars Program here.