Blackwood, Margaret, (Dame) (1909-)

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Blackwood, Dame Margaret (1909-)
Blackwood, Margaret, (Dame, DBE, MBE) (1909-1986)
Blackwood, Margaret, (Dame) (1909-1986)
Blackwood, Margaret, (DBE, MBE) (1909-1986)
Blackwood, Margaret (1909-)
Field of activity
Botanist; Geneticist; Servicewoman; Academics - Botany; Deputy Chancellors
NLA Persistent Identifier
https://nla.gov.au/nla.party-756060

Biographies

Dame Margaret Blackwood (1909-1986), botanist and geneticist, was born on 26 April 1909 at South Yarra, Melbourne, second of three children of Tasmanian-born parents Robert Leslie Blackwood, schoolteacher,...

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Margaret Blackwood graduated from the University of Melbourne with a BSc in 1938 and MSc in 1940. During the Second World War she served with the Women's Auxiliary Australian Air Force and then was granted an ex-service postgraduate scholarship for Cambridge, where she gained a PhD for her work in plant genetics. In 1951 Blackwood returned to Melbourne and was a senior lecturer at the University of Melbourne until 1974. She was then elected a member of the University Council and in 1980 became the first female Deputy Chancellor. She held both these positions until her retirement in 1983. She was appointed as a Member of the British Empire in 1964 for work in botany and was appointed a Dame (Order of the British Empire - Dames Commander) for her services to education in 1980.

  • Born daughter of Robert Leslie and Muriel Pearl (née Henry) Blackwood
  • Senior science mistress at Lowther Hall CEGGS
  • Senior science mistress at Korowa CEGGS
  • University of Melbourne demonstrator and Howitt Research Student
  • Demonstrator and Caroline Kay Research Scholarship Plant Cytology and Genetics at the University of Melbourne
  • Joined Women's Auxiliary Australian Air Force (WAAAF) at inception as airwoman
  • Commissioned WAAAF
  • Commanding Officer at No 1 WAAAF Training Depot
  • Officer-in-charge, with rank of Squadran Officer, WAAAF Training
  • Staff Officer with WAAAF Western Area
  • Discharged from Women's Auxiliary Australian Air Force with the rank of Wing Officer
  • Dean of Women, Mildura Branch, Melbourne University
  • Australian Chairman of the Soroptimist International Association
  • Carnegie Scholar for Cambridge University in England
  • Chairman of the Melbourne University Council and Founder Fellow of the Janet Clarke Hall at the University of Melbourne
  • Member of the Council of the University of Melbourne
  • Inducted into the Victorian Honour Roll of Women

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Dame Margaret Blackwood was Lecturer in Botany after World War II and was Dean of Women at the Mildura Branch of the University of Melbourne. She was at Cambridge 1948-1950 before returning to Melbourne where she was a Senior Lecturer until her retirement in 1975.

  • Career position - Caroline Kay Research Scholar in Plant Cytology and Genetics
  • Career position - Women's Auxiliary Australian Air Force (WAAAF), rising to Wing Officer
  • Career position - Lecturer in Botany and Dean of Women at the Mildura Branch of the University of Melbourne
  • Career position - Newnham College at Cambridge
  • Career position - Senior Lecturer at the University of Melbourne
  • Career position - Australian and New Zealand Chairman of Soroptimist International Association
  • Award - Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)
  • Life event - Retired
  • Career position - Member of the University Council
  • Award - Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE)
  • Career position - Deputy Vice-Chancellor at the University of Melbourne

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Margaret Blackwood graduated B.Sc. and M.Sc. at the University of Melbourne in 1938 and 1939, supported in further research in botany by a Government Scholarship and, from November 1940 by the MacBain Research Scholarship. In 1941 she joined the W.A.A.A.F. in which she served until 1946. After being Dean of Women at the University's Mildura Branch in 1947-1948 she went to Cambridge on an ex-service postgraduate scholarship. She was awarded a Ph.D. for her work in plant genetics. On her return to Melbourne Blackwood taught genetics. At the time of her retirement in 1974 a Reader in Botany and was on retirement appointed as a Senior Associate in Botany. Since 1974 she has been elected to the Council of the University of Melbourne and served for eight years. In 1980 Blackwood was elected Deputy Chancellor, a post she held until retiring in 1983. Margaret Blackwood died in 1986.

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Margaret Blackwood graduated B.Sc. and M.Sc. at the University of Melbourne in 1938 and 1939, supported in further research in botany by a Government Scholarship and, from November 1940 by the MacBain Research Scholarship. In 1941 she joined the W.A.A.A.F. in which she served until 1946. After being Dean of Women at the University's Mildura Branch in 1947-1948 she went to Cambridge on an ex-service postgraduate scholarship. She was awarded a Ph.D. for her work in plant genetics. On her return to Melbourne Blackwood taught genetics. At the time of her retirement in 1974 a Reader in Botany and was on retirement appointed as a Senior Associate in Botany. Since 1974 she has been elected to the Council of the University of Melbourne and served for eight years. In 1980 Blackwood was elected Deputy Chancellor, a post she held until retiring in 1983. Margaret Blackwood died in 1986.

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Australian Women's Register

  1. Blackwood, Margaret
    Published: National Foundation for Australian Women
    Series: IspartOf The Australian Women's Register
  2. A learned start to discovery day
    Ross, Caroline
    [1983]
    Series: IspartOf The Sun
  3. Women and science at the University of Melbourne: reflections on the career of Dame Margaret Blackwood
    Carey, Jane
    [Parkville]
    Published: The University of Melbourne
    Series: IspartOf Working papers: The University of Melbourne. History of the University Project
  4. Blackwood, Margaret (1909-1986), Biographical Entry
    [2002]
    Published: Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre
    Series: IspartOf Bright Sparcs
  5. Blackwood, Dame Margaret (1909 - 1986)
    Carey, Jane
    [2006]
    Published: National Centre of Biography, Australian National University
    Series: IspartOf Australian Dictionary of Biography
  6. BLACKWOOD, MARGARET
    Department of Veterans' Affairs
    [2002]
    Series: IspartOf World War 2 Nominal RollDepartment of Veterans' Affairs
  7. Margaret Blackwood
    Falk, Barbara
    [Broadway, NSW]
    Published: Women's Redress Press Inc
    Series: IspartOf 200 Australian womenRadi, Heather
  8. Faith, Hope and Charity Australian Women and Imperial Honours: 1901-1989
    Australian Women's Archives Project
    [2003]
    Published: Australian Women's Archives Project
  9. 200 Australian Women: A Redress Anthology
    Radi, Heather
    [Broadway, NSW]
    Published: Women's Redress Press
  10. A History of the Lyceum Club Melbourne
    Gillison, Joan M
    [Melbourne]
    Published: The Lyceum Club
  11. Where are the Women in Australian science?
    Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre
    [2003]
    Published: Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre
  12. The WAAAF in Wartime Australia
    Thomson, Joyce A
    [Carlton, Vic.]
    Published: Melbourne University Press
  13. Who's Who in Australia 1983
    Draper, W. J.
    [Melbourne, VIC]
    Published: The Herald and Weekly Times
  14. Another time/place [sound recording]
    Public Broadcasting Association of Australia
    Published: Melbourne : National Programme Service
  15. Dame Margaret Blackwood DBE, MBE
    [c. 1985]
    Series: The Ian Potter Museum of Art, The University of Melbourne
    Oil on linen. The University of Melbourne Art Collection. Purchased 1986
    1986.0002.000.000
  16. Blackwood, Margaret, Dame (1909-1986)
    [1951 - 1974]
    Series: The University of Melbourne Archives
    3 Notebooks listing crossings in maize, done by Margaret Blackwood and continued by Dr Olive Lawson. They are labelled: 1 Maize Field Book I 1951 to 1967 Dr M Blackwood, Botany School, University of Melbourne. Maize Crosses. Made and Ears Collected... 2 Field Book Maize II 1968 to 1974 & continued by O.B. Lawson... 3 Maize Pedigree Book. Dr Blackwood's Maize Planting Book. 1949 [f] ..."Record of Maize kernels (seeds planted each year & the parents they came from." Pasted in 15 July 1959 memo GJCuming to MB soil samp
    1989.0050
  17. Blackwood, Margaret, Dame (1909-1986)
    [1936 - 1986]
    Series: The University of Melbourne Archives
    Personal papers, 1936-1986. Correspondence; photographs; diaries; memorabilia; personal files; WAAF papers; Women's Graduate Centenary Committee; Newham College rolls; publications; photograph of unidentified University students, c. 1890's; B.A. degree certificate with seal attached of Ada McKay.
    1988.0025
  18. In the outdoors, the Director WAAAF, Group Officer Clare Stevenson, and a WAAAF Wing Officer conversing with WAAAF officers who conducted a four-day bivouac.
    [c. September 1943]
    Series: Australian War Memorial, Research Centre
    Yarra Valley, Vic. C. 1943-09. In the outdoors, the Director WAAAF, Group Officer Clare Stevenson (second from left) and a WAAAF Wing Officer (in dark uniform) conversing with WAAAF officers who conducted a four-day bivouac for a group of WAAAF officer trainees in an area near Launching Place, as part of their training course. Third from the left is Squadron Officer Margaret Blackwood, the officer in charge of the bivouac and on the extreme right is Flight Officer Doris Carter, a staff instructor for the bivouac. On the latter's right is her assistant, Section Officer Helen Palmer.
    VIC1314
  19. Group portrait of four "original" WAAAF officers with the Director WAAAF Group Officer Clare Stevenson after a WAAAF Staff Officers conference at Air Force Headquarters, Victoria Barracks.
    [1945]
    Series: Australian War Memorial, Research Centre
    Melbourne, Vic. C. 1945-04. Group portrait of four "original" WAAAF officers with the Director WAAAF Group Officer Clare Stevenson after a WAAAF Staff Officers conference at Air Force Headquarters, Victoria Barracks. Left to right: Wing Officer Margaret Blackwood (at rear); Director WAAAF; Wing Officer Dorothy Hawthorn (front); Wing Officer Mary Rawlins; Wing Officer Gwen Stark.
    VIC0933
  20. WAAAF members walking along a country road.
    [July 1944]
    Series: Australian War Memorial
    WAAAF members walking along a country road. From left, Squadron Officer Margaret Blackwood; Grace Hunter; Group Officer Clare Stevenson (Director of the WAAAF); Patrica Burnard; Doris Carter. LOWER PLENTY, VIC, Physical description: Black & white Summary: LOWER PLENTY, VIC, 1944-07. WAAAF MEMBERS WALKING ALONG A COUNTRY ROAD. FROM LEFT, SQUADRON OFFICER MARGARET BLACKWOOD; GRACE HUNTER; GROUP OFFICER CLARE STEVENSON (DIRECTOR OF THE WAAAF); PATRICA BURNARD; DORIS CARTER.
    P00094.009
  21. In the outdoors
    [c. September 1943]
    Series: Australian War Memorial
    In the outdoors, the Director WAAAF, Group Officer Clare Stevenson (second from left) and a WAAAF Wing Officer (in dark uniform) conversing with WAAAF officers who conducted a four-day bivouac for a group of WAAAF officer trainees in an area near Launching Place, as part of their training course. Third from the left is Squadron Officer Margaret Blackwood, the officer in charge of the bivouac and on the extreme right is Flight Officer Doris Carter, a staff instructor for the bivouac. On the latter's right is her assistant, Section Officer Helen Palmer.
    VIC1314
  22. Group portrait of four "original" WAAAF officers with the Director WAAAF Group Officer Clare Stevenson
    [c. April 1945]
    Series: Australian War Memorial
    Group portrait of four "original" WAAAF officers with the Director WAAAF Group Officer Clare Stevenson after a WAAAF Staff Officers conference at Air Force Headquarters, Victoria Barracks. Left to right: Wing Officer Margaret Blackwood (at rear); Director WAAAF; Wing Officer Dorothy Hawthorn (front); Wing Officer Mary Rawlins; Wing Officer Gwen Stark.
    VIC0933

Encyclopedia of Australian Science

  1. Blackwood, Margaret
    Published: The University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre
    Series: Encyclopedia of Australian Science
  2. 200 Australian Women: a Redress Anthology
    Radi, H.
    Published: Women's Redress Press Inc, Sydney, 1988
  3. Where are the Women in Australian Science?
    McCarthy, Gavan; Morgan, Helen; Smith, Ailie; van den Bosch, Alan
    Published: Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre, 2003
  4. Margaret Blackwood (1909-1986) botanist
    Falk, Barbara
    Published: Women's Redress Press Inc, Sydney, 1988
    Series: 200 Australian Women: A Redress Anthology
  5. Departing from their sphere: Australian women and science, 1880-1960
    Carey, Jane
    Published: The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, 2003
  6. Women and Science at the University of Melbourne: Reflections on the Career of Dame Margaret Blackwood
    Carey, Jane
    Published: University of Melbourne, History of the University Project, Melbourne, 1996
  7. Barrier Unknown? Margaret Blackwood's Life in Science
    Carey, Jane
    Published: Department of History, University of Melbourne, 1995
  8. Margaret Blackwood (1909-1986)
    Carey, Jane
    Published: 1999
    Series: Australasian Science, 20, 3, 46
  9. Blackwood, Dame Margaret (1909-1986), Botanist and Geneticist
    Carey, Jane
    Published: Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 2007
    Series: Australian Dictionary of Biography, 17, 110-111
  10. Who's Who in Australia 1944
    Alexander, John A.
    Published: The Herald and Weekly Times Ltd, Melbourne, 1944

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