The institute is managed by a team of professional staff at ACU’s North Sydney Campus.
The PM Glynn Institute is supported by a distinguished Advisory Board, drawn from leaders within ACU and the wider Catholic community. Their role is to help determine the scope of our work and to identify its strategic priorities.
TThe PM Glynn Institute is supported by a distinguished International Board of Advisers, drawn from leaders from North America, Asia, Europe and the Middle East whose expertise ranges across law, history, higher education, sociology, public policy, interreligious affairs and political science.
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