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consultant , Engineering educator

Dorothy Lucy Missingham, Australian engineering educator, consultant. Recipient Engineering Education award, Australaisian Association Engineering Education, 2003, Australia medal, Australian Government, 2009.

Background

Missingham, Dorothy Lucy was born on October 14, 1954 in Bowral, New South Wales, Australia.

Education

Bachelor of Education, Canberra University, ACT, Australia, 1976.

Career

Teacher Commonwealth Teaching Service, Canberra, 1977—1978. Research assistant Australian National University, 1978—1981. Lecturer School Mechanical Engineering, University Adelaide, since 2003.

Refugee worker various, Thailand, 1982—1983. Social worker, resettlement officer Australian Refugee Association, Adelaide, 1984—2000. Social worker, refugee women Survivors Torture and Trauma Assistant and Rehabilitation Service, Adelaide, 1991—2000, inaugural coordinator, 1991—1992, honorary secretary, 1991—1995.

Welfare worker Port Hedland Immigration Refugee Processing Center, Port Hedland, Western Australia, 1992. Grants consultant Children Affected Mines International, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 2001.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

State representative Save Children Australia, Melbourne, 1994—1997. International director Australian representative Children Affected By Mines International, Various, 2001—2003. Local director Save Children SA, Adelaide, 1993—1998.

Advocacy International Campaign Ban Landmines, 1992—1996. Volunteer Burnside Homes Children, Sydney, 1984—1991.

Connections

Daughter of William J and Margaret T Missingham.

father:
William Missingham