Rev. Dr Phillip Gleeson SDB
BEd (Tas) BLitt (Monash) BTheol(Hons) (MCD)
MEdLead (ACU) DTheol (MCD)

Acting Postgraduate Coordinator 
Lecturer
Department of Systematic Theology

Rev. Dr Phillip Gleeson SDB is the Acting Postgraduate Coordinator, a lecturer in Systematic Theology at Catholic Theological College and is a member of the Department of Systematic Theology. He is the Vice Rector and Dean of Studies at the Salesian International Formation community in Clifton Hill. He has been involved as a teacher in Catholic Education since 1980. in leadership positions since 1995: Deputy Principal (RE & pastoral Care) at Salesian college, Sunbury 1995 - 1999 and Principal of Dominic College, Hobart 2000 - 2008.

The undergraduate units he teaches include: The postgraduate units he teaches include:
He holds the degrees of Doctorate of Theology from the University of Divinity, a Bachelor of Education from University of Tasmania, a Bachelor of Literature from Monash University and a Bachelor of Theology (Honours) from the University of Divinity. 

His current academic interests are Christology, Trinity and Theology in a contemporary context.

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