The Australia Day honours recognise excellence, achievement or meritorious service, and contributions to our society.
Flinders University is proud to recognise and celebrate our graduates and staff who have received an award and the difference they have made to the Australian community.
Professor Anthony Thomas AC BSc ’70, BSc(Hons) ’71, PhD(PhysSc) ’75
For eminent service to scientific education and research, particularly in the field of nuclear and particle physics, through academic leadership roles.
Ms Jane Covernton AM BA ‘72
For significant service to the literary arts as a publisher of children's books.
Ms Judith Cross AM BSocAdmin ‘78
For significant service to community health through social welfare organisations.
Ms Dyan Currie AM GCertPubSecMgmt ‘03
For significant service to town planning and strategic urban development.
Ms Helen Leake AM BA ‘83
For significant service to film, and to professional organisations.
Dr Anthony Mylius AM BMBS ‘84
For significant service to community health, and to cardiology.
Emeritus Professor Acram Taji AM PhD(BiolSc) ‘79
For significant service to education, particularly to horticultural science and plant biotechnology.
Dr Anthony (Tony) Lian-Lloyd OAM BMBS ‘88
For service to medicine, and to the community.
Ms Brenda Rayner OAM BA(Hons) ‘96
For service to music.
Dr Kim Rooney OAM MPallC ‘00
For service to medicine.
Dr Dale Lambert BSc ’83, BA(Hons) ’85, BA ’89, PhD(EHLT) ’97
For outstanding public service in the use of artificial intelligence in surveillance and reconnaissance, command and control, intelligence and autonomous platforms.
Professor Edward (Ted) Mah BMBS ’84, DM ’94
For outstanding public service to public health in South Australia
Mr Gregory Shanahan BEc ‘80
For outstanding public service to the justice system in the Northern Territory.
Associate Professor Maria Parappilly OAM
For service to science education, and to women.
Associate Professor Rod Wells AM
For significant service to education, and to the biological sciences
Dr Linley Martin AO
For distinguished service to education, particularly to student equity, educational standards and academic administration.
Dr David Marshall OAM
For service to orthopaedic medicine.
Dr Adele Chynoweth OAM
For service to public history.
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