Ministerial Statement Development and Progress of the Northern Territory University Hon. Fred Finch February 1997
Tabled Paper 3121
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HE ALSO HOLDS A GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FROM CURTIN UNIVERSITY IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA AND A GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN COMPUTING FROM THE WA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY; HE IS A FELLOW OF THE AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT. MRS GIESE WAS ELECTED TO THE POSITION AS CHANCELLOR IN EARLY 1993. MRS GIESE CAME TO DARWIN IN 1954 AND WAS ONE OF A SMALL GROUP OF PEOPLE WHO AGITATED FOR AT LEAST SOME FORM OF COLLEGE PRESENCE IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. SHE HAS AN OUTSTANDING RECORD OF CONTINUOUS SERVICE TO TERTIARY EDUCATION IN THE TERRITORY IN AN OFFICIAL CAPACITY SINCE 1969. SHE WAS A MEMBER OF BOTH THE PLANNING COMMITTEE, THE INTERIM COUNCIL AND THE COUNCIL OF THE DARWIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE, LATER BECOMING CHAIRMAN. 47
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