Thomas E. Creely, Ph.D.

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Associate Professor Leadership & Ethics
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Biography

Dr. Creely, Associate Professor of Ethics, is Director of Ethics & Emerging Military Technology Graduate Program. Serves on NATO Science and Technology Organization Technical Team. At Brown University Executive Master of Cybersecurity, he is lead for leadership and ethics. Serves The Conference Board Global Business Conduct Council, Association for Practical & Professional Ethics Business Ethics Chair, and Robert S. Hartmann Institute Board.

Areas of Expertise

  • Military Technology

Professional Highlights

2017

Director of Ethics and Emerging Military Technology Graduate Certificate Program

The Ethics and Emerging Military Technology Graduate Certificate Program is designed to deepen expertise in the ethical complexities imposed by new technology.
2016

Member of The Conference Board Global Business Conduct Council

Examine best practices, learning methodologies, ethical culture research, and emerging trends across cultures and industry domains.
2015

Lead Professor

EL730 Ethics and Technology: Warfare, Society and the Third Offset Strategy and EL593 Ethics in the Military: A Multidisciplinary Approach.
2015

Project Lead for the Navy Ethics Curriculum Framework

Assessed Navy-wide ethics training and developed new education methodologies.

Education

Ph.D., Salve Regina University, 2006, Humanities
M.Div., New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, 1984, Theology
MBA, University of Mississippi, 1981, Finance
B.B.A, University of Mississippi, 1977, Banking and Finance

Research Contributions

Revue Internationale De La Compliance Et LÉthique Des Affaires (International Review of complaiance and Business Ethics) Focus: “Ethics and Emerging Technolog: Understanding the Emerging Threat.”
N ?13-14 Du 30 Mar 2017

Ethics and Technology: A Component to the Third Offset Strategy.
Fall 2016
Northern Plains Ethics Journal

The Impact of Ambient Intelligence Technologies on Individuals, Society and Warfare.
Fall 2016, Vol. 19
The Bridge: The Magazine of the Naval War College Foundation

Contributor to War and Religion: An Encyclopedia of Faith and Conflict (2016)
Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO Publishers

External Memberships and Associations

Association for Practical and Professional Ethics
Chair of Business Ethics Special Interest

International Society for Military Ethics

Society for Business Ethics

The Conference Board Global Business Conduct Council
Member

NATO Ethical Leadership Technical Research Team
Member

R.S. Hartman Institute Board of Directors
Member

Ethics and Emerging Military Technology Graduate Certificate Program
Director

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