Bendigo School of Mines and Industries
Bendigo School of Mines and Industries (the name used from 1883 to 1959) was located in Bendigo, Victoria, Australia and was established in 1873 as the Bendigo School of Mines. Known as Bendigo Technical College from 1959 to 1967, then as the Bendigo Institute of Technology. It is now the Bendigo campus of La Trobe University.
Notable past students
- Richard "Dick" Hamilton c. 1875, general manager, Great Boulder Mines
- Samuel Prior, c. 1887, later editor and owner of The Bulletin.
- John Scaddan, c.1889-1895, later Premier of Western Australia
- Edward Heitmann c.1896, later Australian M.P.
- John Michael Higgins c.1882, metallurgist
- Agnes Goodsir, 1898-1899, portrait painter
- E. J. C. Wraith, one of Australia's earliest wireless telegraphy experimenters 1901
- "Public Record Office Victoria online catalogue". Retrieved 5 August 2012.
- Bendigo School of Mines (1873– ) Australian Science at Work
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