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Biographical entry Martin, Marjory-Dore (1933 - )

Born
20 February 1933
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Occupation
Science educator

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1962 - 1963
Career position - Secondary Teacher
1963 - 1967
Career position - Lecturer at the Secondary Teacher's College
1968 - 1974
Career position - Lecturer/Senior Lecturer at the Melbourne State College and the University of Melbourne
1975 - 1990
Career position - Head of the Science Department at the Victorian State College and antecedents
1981
Career position - Visiting Fellow at the Cornell University, USA
1984
Career position - Visiting Fellow at the Cornell University, USA
1988 - 1989
Career position - Visiting Fellow at the University of Liverpool, UK
1989 -
Career position - Member of the Research Advisory Committee of the Nurses Board of Victoria
1990 -
Career position - Member of the Education and Society Issues Committee of the Human Genetics Society of Australasia
1990 -
Career position - Member of the Biosafety Committee at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
1991 - 1992
Career position - Associate Professor and Head of the Science Department at the Victorian State College and Deakin University in Victoria
1993 - 1995
Career position - Head of the School of Maths Science and Environment Education at Deakin University, Victoria
1995 - 1996
Career position - Member of the working party on Genetics Counselling and Testing Services Development of the Victorian Department of Health and Community Services
1995 - 1997
Career position - Member of the National Training Committee of St John Ambulance, Australia
1996 -
Career position - Professor of Science Education and Head of the School of Scientific and Developmental Studies in Education at Deakin University, Victoria
1997 - 1998
Career position - Member of the Examination of Critical Care Nursing in Victoria for the Minister for Health Victoria

Published resources

Encyclopedia of Australian Science Exhibitions

Online Resources

See also

Ailie Smith