E. Philip Morgan
Philip Morgan came to the Monterey Institute of International Studies in 1997 to become dean of the Graduate School of International Policy Studies from Indiana University, Bloomington, where he had been a longtime professor and administrator. In 2003 he returned to teaching, research and consulting and after retiring in 2009 has remained an active advocate for the Institute.
Philip Morgan has specialized in public organizations and institutional development throughout his career. In addition to teaching he has worked, inter alia, with the World Bank, USAID and UNDP on diagnostic studies, technical assistance and training in civil service reform and organization and management improvement, human resource development, program evaluation and trade capacity-building.
Morgan has published widely and served on the editorial advisory boards of several journals and publishing firms specializing in international development policy and management.
He has lived and worked extensively in both the French- and English- speaking countries of Sub-Saharan Africa, with a long-term commitment to the countries of Southern Africa. He was a Fulbright Professor with the University of Botswana beginning a ten-year affiliation with the Institute of Development Management. In the 1990s he coordinated a research program for the World Bank on "indigenous institutions and management practices in Africa." More recently he has assisted with World Bank reviews on HIV/Aids in Africa, consulted with the European Union Studies Institute on the development and delivery of an MA program in Development Cooperation, co-delivered country and topic briefings onboard the USS Nashville as part of the Naval Postgraduate School's Regional Security Education Program and co-delivered a seminar on "The Media and Civil-Military Relations" for military officers and journalists in the Republic of Guinea for the Center for Civil Military Relation at the Naval Postgraduate School.
In 2006 Philip Morgan was recognized with the Fred W. Riggs Award for Lifetime Contribution to International and Comparative Administration by the International Section of the American Society for Public Administration.
Morgan earned his doctorate at Syracuse University's Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.