Sister Elizabeth Dodds rsc, a member of the Sisters of Charity of Australia, has received the Australian Catholic University’s highest honour, Doctor of the University, at a ceremony in Sydney.
She was recognised for her outstanding contribution to education and health care. Sr Liz was a teacher and principal in secondary Catholic schools in New South Wales and Victoria and the director of the Edmund Rice Education Directorate in Queensland and the Northern Territory. Sr Liz is also a Commissioner of the National Catholic Education Commission (NCEC), serving as chair of the Commission’s Faith Formation and Religious Education Committee.
(Photo of Sr Liz used with permission from the Broken Bay Institute - The Australian Institute of Theological Education or BBI-TAITE)