Dr Gregor Ramsey's distinguished career took him from science teaching at South Australian public schools to becoming one of Australia's foremost experts on education. As a policy maker and administrator he was not only instrumental in shaping Australia's current system of higher and vocational education but also travelled the globe to consult on educational systems.
Dr Ramsey served as principal of four of the University of South Australia's predecessor institutions, and was instrumental in advocating and implementing the process of consolidation that resulted in the establishment of UniSA in 1991.
This collection includes speeches, articles, papers and reports written by Dr Ramsey, personal correspondence and newspaper clippings.
The collection is located in the Sir Eric Neal Library at Mawson Lakes campus. Information on the contents of the Collection can be found in the UniSA Archival Collections, and digital copies of selected items can be viewed. For further information or access to the Collection, please email the Library Archivist.