Ministerial Statement Development and Progress of the Northern Territory University Hon. Fred Finch February 1997
Tabled Paper 3121
Tabled Papers for 7th Assembly 1994 - 1997; Tabled papers; ParliamentNT
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THE COLLEGE RAPIDLY EXPANDED AND WHEN IT WAS REDESIGNATED THE DARWIN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MRS GIESE SERVED AS CHAIRMAN OF ITS GOVERNING BODY. FOLLOWING THE AMALGAMATION OF THE INSTITUTE WITH THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY TO BECOME THE NORTHERN TERRITORY UNIVERSITY IN 1989, SHE WAS ELECTED DEPUTY CHANCELLOR. MRS GIESE HAS SERVED ON NUMEROUS EDUCATIONAL AND ADVISORY COMMITTEES AND HAS MAINTAINED HER COMMITMENT TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS IN THE TERRITORY. SHE WAS APPOINTED A DIRECTOR OF THE ARTS COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA IN 1969 AND WAS VICE PRESIDENT OF THE ARTS COUNCIL OF AUSTRALIA FROM 1975 TO 1980. SHE IS PATRON OF THE NT ARTS COUNCIL AND SINCE 1984 A DIRECTOR OF THE DARWIN PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE. 48
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