President, Graduate Theological Union
Jim Donahue is President and Professor of Ethics at the Graduate Theological Union. His current research and teaching interests include; interreligious dialogue, religious and moral identity, virtues, practices and religious ethics, institutional and organizational ethics; Ethics and Higher Education; Ethics and Leadership; Professional Ethics; Religion and Politics; Ethical Perspectives in the Media, and Comparative Religious Ethics. He is co-author with Michael Boylan of the book, Ethics Across the Curriculum: A Practice-Based Approach (Lexington Books, 2003). He is co-editor with Mary Teresa Moser, R.S.C.J., of the book, Religion, Ethics, and the Common Good (Twenty-Third Publications, 1996).