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Biographical entry Chase, Eleanor Emily (1896 - 1926)

Born
1896
Whittlesea, Victoria, Australia
Died
1926
Sydney, Victoria, Australia
Occupation
Zoologist

Summary

Eleanor Emily Chase was a Lecturer and Demonstrator in Zoology at the University of Sydney. She was also a Senate representative on the Board of Directors of the Sydney University Women's Union, Vice-President of the Sydney University Science Society, Secretary to the Sex Education Committee of the National Council of Women of New South Wales and member of the Linnean and the Royal Societies of New South Wales.

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Events

1917
Education - Bachelor of Science (BSc) completed at the University of Sydney
1917 - 1918
Education - Entomology studies at Sydney Technical College
1917 - 1922
Career position - Demonstrator in Zoology at the University of Sydney
1923 - 1926
Career position - Lecturer and Demonstrator in Zoology at the University of Sydney
1925
Career position - Member of the Royal Society expedition to the Great Barrier Reef, Queensland

Published resources

Encyclopedia of Australian Science Exhibitions

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