BA, University of British Columbia
MA,PhD, University of Toronto
Wayne Ingalls is from Vancouver, BC, studied as a classicist, and taught at Bishops University before coming to the Mount. He teaches the history of childhood, Greece, and Rome, and in Speech & Drama. He worked for many years as a senior administrator for the Mount before returning to teaching.
His current research is on children and education in ancient Greece and he writes and speaks often in his areas of expertise, which include managing change in universities. He has travelled widely in North America, Southeast Asia, Europe, and Africa.
Read his work in Canadian Journal of International Development Studies (1998); Canadian and International Education (1996); Phoenix (2000, 1982, 1972, 1971); Echos du monde classique (2001, 2000, 1998); Canadian Journal of Higher Education (1981), and TAPA (1979).