Raoul Mortley

 
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After leaving NSBHS I went to Sydney University and took Latin, Greek and Philosophy, after which I went to Monash University where I completed a Master of Arts. Subsequently I went to the University of Strasbourg, where I completed a doctorate, and ten years later the D.Litt degree.

I worked for a while as a translator in the Council of Europe and in the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique in Paris, as a research fellow in philosophy. Coming back home, I went to Macquarie University where I taught very happily for 15 years until 1989, when I went to Bond University. I subsequently became Vice Chancellor at the University of Newcastle, and then at Bond University.

I became a director and shareholder in TFG International, carrying out numerous consultancies, and continue to be involved with that company.

I returned to Bond University in 2002, and am currently Pro Vice Chancellor and Dean of the faculty of Humanities and Social sciences.