John Hines building

University of Queensland, Office of Marketing and Communications (1964). John Hines building. The University of Queensland.

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Creator University of Queensland, Office of Marketing and Communications
Title John Hines building
Publisher The University of Queensland
Open Access Status Other
Publication date 1964-01-01
Series Photographs of the Office of Marketing and Communications
Type Image/Jpeg
Original Format photograph
Source University of Queensland Archives, UQA S909 p150c
Language eng
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Subject 430100 Historical Studies
Abstract/Summary Biochemistry building, later re-named the John Hines building at the St. Lucia campus
Keyword University of Queensland - Buildings
John Hines buildling
Biochemistry building
Additional Notes The Biochemistry building was officially opened by Princess Alice on 8 June 1962 and later re-named in July 1978 to honour Professor John Hines. Professor Hines was the Dean of Science from 1963 to 1971 and was responsible for the early development of Biochemistry at The University of Queensland. He was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Science in 1971 and elected Emeritus Professor in 1972. He passed away in 1975. This photograph is part of a series of photographs taken by The University of Queensland for possible inclusion in the Martin Report published in 1965. [some information obtained from 'Honour Names Booklet', an unpublished booklet produced by Media and Information Services in 1985]

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