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date: 01 October 2022

Chamberlain, Ednalocked

Chamberlain, Ednalocked

  • Carolyn NobleCarolyn NobleFoundation Professor of Social Work, Australian College of Applied Psychology

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Edna Chamberlain (1921–2005) was appointed the first Professor of Social Work in Australia and was an inspirational figure promoting a more progressive social work and social work education throughout the country. As a role model for women, she rose to educational management and senior policy advocate in a profession dominated by men. Her contribution to academic life and services to the community and as prominent advocate for women’s advancement was honored by receiving a Member of the Order of Australia in 1988 and Doctor of Philosophy honoris causa in 1995.

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