New Vice Principal (Communications), Director of Postgraduate Studies & General Manager
Morling College, a leading provider of theological education, is excited to announce new appointments for two of our existing faculty members Rev. Dr Graham Hill and Rev. Dr Andrew Sloane as well as the appointment of a General Manager.
Rev. Dr Graham Hill, has recently moved into the newly created position of Vice Principal (Communications) from his previous position as Director of the Centre for Leadership and lecturer in Pastoral and Practical Studies at Morling. As the new Vice Principal (Communications), Rev. Dr Hill joins Principal Rev. Dr Ross Clifford AM, the Vice Principal (Strategic Development) Rev. Dr Michael Frost, the Academic Dean Rev. Dr Ian O’Harae, and the General Manager Peter McCrindle on the College leadership team.
Rev. Dr Hill’s new position includes the oversight of Morling’s Education, Counselling and Distance departments, and Morling’s regional training centres. Rev. Dr Hill will also be responsible for the professional and ongoing development of students; supporting alumni, pastors and other Christian leaders; and supporting further creative partnerships between Morling and its key partners. Rev. Dr Hill, a leading author in local church leadership and missional ecclesiology, including his book Salt, Light and a City: Introducing Missional Ecclesiology (2012), will continue to teach and publish in pastoral and church studies.
Morling also congratulates Rev. Dr Andrew Sloane, who has been appointed the Director of Postgraduate Studies (commencing July 2014). Rev. Dr Sloane is currently the Postgraduate Research Coordinator and lecturer in Old Testament and Christian Thought at Morling. As Director of Postgraduate Studies Rev. Dr Sloane will be responsible for overseeing all of Morling’s postgraduate offerings including; involvement with the Australian College of Theology (ACT) and the Melbourne College of Divinity (MCD) University of Divinity, Postgraduate student advising and developing our Postgraduate programs. Rev. Dr Sloane has published articles in bioethics and philosophy, and is the author of several books including; At Home in a Strange Land: Using the OT in Christian Ethics (2009) and Tamar’s Tears: Evangelical Engagements with Feminist OT Hermeneutics (2011).
Morling is pleased to have Mr Peter McCrindle join the College leadership team in the role of General Manager. As General Manager, Mr McCrindle will be responsible for the oversight of Morling operations, administration staff and overseeing the strategic initiatives, priorities and policies of the College. Mr McCrindle brings a wealth of experience in leadership training, finance, management, mentoring and is also a graduate of Morling.
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