9th September 2004



The Queen's Foundation in Birmingham is delighted to announce that Professor John Hull has been appointed to take up a teaching and tutoring position at the Foundation as Honorary Professor in Practical Theology.  The Queen's Foundation is an ecumenical institution, training women and men for ministries within the Church of England, the Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church, through College and Course modes of teaching and learning.  In addition, a Research Centre offers a wide range of post-graduate programmes and awards, as well as carrying out research for the churches.  Professor Hull will teach, tutor and contribute actively to the Foundation's research activities.  The Principal, the Revd Canon Dr David Hewlett, comments: "Professor Hull's appointment is very good news for the Foundation.  He is an inspirational teacher, a scholar of international reputation, whose wide ranging interests, publications and research in the fields of Christian Education, theology, disability, and mission will enrich and enhance our work here."

Recipients of this Press Release are most welcome to contact the Principal for any further information by phoning 0121 452 2600 or e-mailing: d.hewlett@queens.ac.uk