St John's College, The University of Queensland

Australian Institute of Ethics and the Professions

Faculty of Business, Economics and Law


Director: Professor John Morgan B.A., Dip. Ed.(Melb.), M.A., D. Phil.(Oxf.)

Warden of St John's College, The University of Queensland since 1982; educated: Moe High School, Universities of Melbourne, Oxford, and Harvard; career: Honorary Reader in Applied Ethics and Professions, Graduate School of Management, The University of Queensland, since 1994; Academic Fellow, Faculty of Medicine, The University of Queensland, since 1992; Director of the Australian Institute of Ethics and the Professions since 1988; Honorary Professor of Ethics, The University of Queensland, since 2000; President of the Australian Association of Professional and Applied Ethics since 2001; Canon Residentiary of St John's Cathedral since 1984; Member of Queensland Government Special Committee on Artificial Insemination and In Vitro Fertilisation 1983-84; Member of National Health and Medical Research Council Medical Research Ethics Committee 1988-1991; Member of Ethics Committee Princess Alexandra Hospital 1983-1996 and Wesley Hospital since 1986; Member of The University of Queensland Ethics Committee since 1996; Examining Chaplain to Archbishop of Brisbane since 1982; Visiting Fellow and Commoner, Peterhouse, Cambridge University 1991 (1986); Senior Tutor St Hilda's College, University of Melbourne 1980-81; Lecturer United Theological Faculty, 1979-81; Ecumenical Chaplain to University of Melbourne 1979-81; Member of Social Responsibilities Commission, Anglican Church since 1979, Secretary 1986-87; Assistant to the Governor of California 1977-78; Chaplain of Oriel College, Oxford, 1969-76; Teacher Victorian Education Department 1963-67; Member of the Council of Anglican Church Grammar School, East Brisbane, 1989-1997; publications: various articles and books on Christian, medical and business ethics; recreations: theatre, reading, fishing; clubs: United Oxford and Cambridge (UK). (E-mail

Deputy Director: Dr William Grey B.A.(Hons), M.A.(ANU), Ph.D (Cam.)

Reader, Department of Philosophy, The University of Queensland; obtained BA (Hons) and MA degrees from the Australian National University and a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Cambridge. Before his appointment to the University of Queensland he taught at the Australian National University, Temple University, Philadelphia, and the University of New England. His research interests include professional and applied ethics, in particular environmental philosophy, and metaphysics (see his list of publications). For more details see his Microbiographia Academica.

Associate for Philosophy and Religion: Professor Philip Almond M.A. (Lancaster); B.D. (Hons) (London); Ph.D. (Adelaide); Th.L. (ACT); F.A.H.A.

Philip C. Almond is Professor and Head of Department of Religious Studies, The University of Queensland. He is the author of Mystical Experience and Religious Doctrine (1982); Rudolf Otto: An Introduction to his Philosophical Theology (1984); The British Discovery of Buddhism (1988); Heretic and Hero: Muhammad and the Victorians (1989); and Heaven and Hell in Enlightenment England (1994). (See Department of Studies in Religion Staff) Email:

Associate for Business Ethics: Professor Arthur Shulman BA Alfred University, USA; MA McMaster University; PhD State University of New York

Arthur Schulman is a Reader in the Graduate School of Management, The University of Queensland.(See his Academic Profile) Email:

Associate for Law and Politics: Mr George Brandis B.A.(Hons), LL.B. (Uni.Qld) B.C.L.(Oxf.) Barrister at Law

Associate for Medical Ethics: Dr Robert Reithmuller M.A.(Lond.) M.B.B.S.(Uni.Qld) FFARCS Paediatrician

Administrative Officer: Rev. Dr Howard Munro B.A (Hons)/LL.B.(Uni.Qld) B.Th.(Bris Coll.Theol.) Ph.D (Griffith)

Howard Munro was ordained Deacon (1987) and then Priest (1988) in the Anglican Church. He held the post of Chaplain, St John's College (1988-1994) and Dean of St John's College (1992-1994). Whilst Honorary Assistant Curate in the Parish of St Paul's Ipswich (1994-1998) he was appointed full-time Chairperson of the Anglican Diocese of Brisbane Social Responsibilities Committee (1996-1997). He is currently Dean of St John's College. (Email:

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