Roberta Henrietta Jull Print Page
A bronze plaque in her likeness by Edgar Steitz commemorates Roberta Jull, medical practitioner, lecturer and broadcaster.
Roberta Jull was a prolific writer, lecturer and broadcaster on subjects ranging from ante-natal education and the higher education of women to the promotion of international peace; her influence was widespread over thirty years. Internationalist and practical, she envisaged women as co-workers with men in effecting politico-social reforms, with education as the instrument. In recognition of her work, especially 'in the cause of women', the university conferred an honorary doctorate of laws in 1943, and St Catherine's College its first honorary fellowship in 1951.
|Address:||2 Park Road, Jull Common Room, St Catherine`s College, Nedlands, 6009|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -31.974514|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Monument Designer:||Edgar Steitz|
Roberta H M Jull MC CM on LCD
1872 – 1961
Presented by her daughter Henrietta Drake-Brockman