ANU Deans of Faculties

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ANU Deans of Faculties

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Dates of existence

1960 - 2005

History

Following the association of the Canberra University College with the Australian National University and the formation of the School of General Studies in 1960, the Deans of Faculties was comprised of Deans of the originally four faculties. The first Dean appointed in the Faculty of Arts was Alec Derwent Hope, Faculty of Economics was Burgess Don Cameron , Faculty of Law was Harold Arthur John Ford, and Faculty of Science was James Desmond Smyth. In 1961, the Faculty of Orient Studies was established within the School of General Studies which became known as the Faculty of Asian Studies in 1970. In 2006, the ANU Colleges was formally constituted with the University’s Faculties, Research Schools, and Centres grouped along discipline lines into seven Colleges.

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Entered from deposit description on 24 August 2015

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Australian National University Calendars 1961
Australian National University Annual Reports

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