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Biographical entry Warren, William Henry (1852 - 1926)

Born
2 February 1852
Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
Died
9 January 1926
Elizabeth Bay, New South Wales, Australia
Occupation
Engineer

Summary

William Warren was Lecturer and then Professor of Engineering, University of Sydney 1883-1925. The W. H. Warren Medal, awarded by the Institution of Engineers, Australia is named in his honour.

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1880
Life event - Migrated to New South Wales
1892
Career position - President, Royal Society of New South Wales
1899
Taxonomy event - Collector of a syntype of Eucalyptus dawsonii R.T.Baker
1902
Career position - President, Royal Society of New South Wales
1912
Award - Honorary LL.D. Degree, University of Glasgow
1919
Career event - Foundation Associate Member (AMIEAust), Institution of Engineers Australia
1919 - 1920
Career position - Foundation President, Institution of Engineers, Australia
1920 - 1926
Career event - Member (MIEAust), Institution of Engineers Australia
1923
Award - Peter Nicol Russell Memorial Medal - Career Achievement Award in Engineering, Institution of Engineers Australia

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Archival resources

University of Sydney, Archives

  • William Henry Warren - Records, 1844 - 1922, P 149; University of Sydney, Archives. Details

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See also

McCarthy, G.J.