William C. “Bill” Ingram

Professor Department of Finance/Economics

615-966-5768 p

Office: Swang - 206

 - 1976 West Virginia University PhD
 - 1972 West Virginia University MA
 - 1970 Lipscomb University BS

Teaching & Research Interests:
 - Applied Micro-Economics
 - Financial Management

Courses Taught:
 - Principles of Micro-economics
 - Principles of Macro-economics
 - Intermediate Microeconomics
 - Principles of Finance
 - Financial Markets and Institutions
 - Managerial Finance
 - Foundations of Microeconomics
 - Foundations of Macroeconomics

Professional Exp. & Activities:
 - Board Member of Chartered Financial Analyst Institute Society of Nashville 2002-2005.
 - Presented Economic Forecast lectures at two middle Tennessee Bank conferences in October 2005.

Awards & Recognitions:
  - Received a Lipscomb faculty sabbatical for the Spring Semester of 2001

Spiritual & Community Activities:
 - Serve as Deacon and Co-chair of the Missions team of the Brentwood Hills Church of Christ

Inspirational Thought:
 - Parable of Ten Minas (Luke 19)

 - I am married to Nancy and have three children, Morgan, Robert, and Bethany.