HERDSA Life Members

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Life member since July 1993

Don Anderson completed his undergraduate and graduate studies in Psychology at the University of Melbourne in the early 1950s when role theory was still... Read more

Life member since July 1993

Alan Prosser taught and researched in Physical Chemistry in UK before taking up an appointment at the University of New South Wales in 1970, thus... Read more

Life member since July 1993

Alan Lonsdale is the sole surviving member of the gang of three which founded HERDSA in 1972 (the other two being Fred Katz (UNSW) and Kol Star (AVCC)).... Read more

Life member since July 1987

John Powell originally trained as a primary school teacher and taught for four years before he went to the University of Bristol to complete an Honours... Read more

Life member since July 1986

On 9 December 1986, Norm Henry was made the Society's honorary life member, thus joining Kol Star, Barbara Falk, Ilma Brewer, Peter Karmel, and Ernest Roe... Read more

Life member since July 1985

Ernest Roe obtained his first degree from Oxford University and later received a B.Ed. from the University of Queensland and a Ph.D. from Adelaide... Read more

Life member since July 1984

At the 1984 conference Peter Karmel was elected to life membership in recognition of his distinguished contribution to Australian tertiary education.... Read more

Life member since July 1982

Dr. Ilma Brewer was elected an Honorary Life Membership in recognition of her research and development activities in the teaching of science. Ilma has had... Read more

Life member since July 1981

Barbara Falk was elected an Honorary Life Membership in recognition of her contribution to staff development. In August 1980 Barbara Falk was awarded the... Read more

Life member since July 1978

Kol Star was elected an Honorary Life Membership in recognition of his work in establishing the Society. Kol graduated from the University of Melbourne... Read more

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