Andrew H. Ziegler, Jr., PhD
Adjunct Professor of International Relations
PhD, University of Florida, 1987
MA, University of Florida, 1984
BS, Florida State University, 1974
Areas of Interest
American Foreign Policy
Following his undergraduate studies, Andrew H. Ziegler, Jr., PhD, served twenty-two years with the United States Army as an Infantry officer in various command and staff positions in the United States and overseas. One assignment was teaching political science at the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. He retired as a Lieutenant Colonel in 1996. Currently, Dr. Ziegler is chair of the Department of Government Studies at Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina. In addition to political science, one of his specialties is teaching Leadership. He was co-founder of the Lura S. Tally Center for Leadership Development. Dr. Ziegler has been an Adjunct Professor of International Relations at Webster University since 1992. He teaches on the Fort Bragg campus and in the online program. In the spring of 2006, he spent a semester with Webster in London. His publications include a book co-edited with Louis Cantori entitled Comparative Politics in the Post-Behavioral Era, an article in the British Journal of Political Science, a chapter in the Handbook of Global International Policy, and three articles in the journal American Diplomacy. Dr. Ziegler and his wife, Kalli, have been happily married for over forty years, and their home is in Fayetteville. They have two grown daughters and two grandchildren.