The Australia Day honours recognise excellence, achievement or meritorious service, and contributions to our society.
Flinders University is proud to recognise and celebrate staff and graduates who are recipients an award through the difference they have made to the Australian community.
Ms Margaret Cook AO (GCertPubSecMgmt ’02)
For distinguished service to the international community through the promotion of democratic electoral systems, and to human rights.
Professor Bruce Kemp AO (PhD(BiolSc) ’75)
For distinguished service to biomedical research, particularly to the study of protein phosphorylation.
Ms Banduk Marika AO (DLitt ’18)
For distinguished service to the visual arts, particularly to Indigenous printmaking and bark painting, and through cultural advisory roles.
Mrs Dawn Thorp AO (BNg(PostReg) ’93)
For distinguished service to nursing, and to medicine, in the field of haematology, as an expert clinician and mentor.
Professor John Beltrame AM (BM, BS ’86)
For significant service to cardiovascular medicine, and to medical research and education.
Mr Peter Bicknell AM (MSocAdmin ’73)
For significant service to social welfare, and to the community of South Australia.
Dr Anne Chang AM (GradCertTertEd ’02)
For significant service to paediatric respiratory medicine as a clinician and researcher.
Professor Judith Dwyer AM (PhD(OtherHlthSc) ’16)
For significant service to education in the field of health care management, and to medical administration.
Bishop Daniel Hurley AM (MEdSt ’92)
For significant service to the Catholic Church in Australia, and to the community of the Northern Territory.
Mrs Moira Deslandes AM (BSocAdmin ’82)
For significant service to the community of South Australia through a range of roles, and to social welfare.
The Reverend Dr Robert Mitchell AM (MThSt ‘06)
For significant service to the community through charitable organisations, and to the Anglican Church of Australia.
Ms Susan Chapman OAM (DipNut&Diet ‘80)
For service to conservation and the environment.
Mrs Alison Rosser OAM (MDisSt ’03)
For service to the community.
Dr Margaret Shore OAM (MEdMgmt ’89)
For service to the international community of Indonesia through education programs.
Mr Maurice Swanson OAM
For service to community health.
Mr Stephen Blenkinsopp ACM (GCertPubSecMgmt ’10)
Mr Kevin Raby ACM (GCertPubSecMgmt ’99)
Mr Christopher Arnol ASM (MPubMgmt ’04, GradDipPubPolMgmt ’02, GCertPubSecMgmt ’00)
Professor Tara Brabazon AM
For significant service to education, particularly to graduate and cultural studies.
Dr Robert Wight OAM
For service to medicine through a range of roles.
If you know someone worthy of an Order of Australia you can nominate them now.