Elizabeth Usher

Unknown (1960). Elizabeth Usher.

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Title Elizabeth Usher
Place of publication Brisbane Queensland Australia
Publication date 1960
Series Photographs and ephemera of Elizabeth Usher
Type Generic Document
Source University of Queensland Archives, UQA S1139 p2
Language eng
Rights This image is in Copyright, please contact University of Queensland Archives for further information, email; archives@uq.edu.au
Subject 430100 Historical Studies
Abstract/Summary Elizabeth Usher was born in 1911 in Victoria. Her family moved to Queensland where she trained as a teacher. Following four years in the WAAAF during the Second World War, she trained at the College of Speech Therapists, graduating in 1948. She was the first Queenslander to become a Speech Therapist, eventually convincing the University of Queensland to introduce a Diploma in Speech Therapy in 1962. The program was upgraded to Degree status and Mrs. Usher appointed a full time lecturer. She retired in 1977 and was appointed to the Order of Australia in 1990. This image shows Elizabeth Usher conducting a speech therapy class with children.
Keyword University of Queensland
University of Queensland - History
University of Queensland - Academic staff
Usher, Elizabeth
Speech therapy for children

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