Christi Favor has been lecturing part-time in philosophy in a range of subjects at both the University of Queensland and the Australian Catholic University. She taught for 12 years in the Applied Ethics and Human Rights program at Queensland University of Technology, responsible for their moral theory stream. She has extensive tertiary teaching experience in critical reasoning and a broad range of areas of moral philosophy, including environmental ethics, distributive justice, political theory, gender equality, bioethics, and professional ethics. She has developed and delivered curriculum programs at QUT and UQ designed to bring the practical relevance of ethics and moral philosophy into the curriculum for undergraduate and post-graduate science students. Christi is also involved in bringing the benefits of moral philosophy to disadvantaged or marginalised groups through the Clemente Australia program. Christi has recently launched a Professional Development offering with Associate Professor Andrew Crowden in the ethical dimensions of research, targeted to those involved in research ethics review, approval and governance processes, including HREC Members, researchers, HDR students, research sponsors and research governance professionals. Recent publications include her entry "Distributive Justice," with Julian Lamont in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2012), and "Expressive Desert and Deserving Compensation," in the collection she co-edited with Gerald Gaus and Julian Lamont, Essays on Philosophy, Politics and Economics with Stanford University Press (2010).