Flinders University is proud to recognise and celebrate alumni, academic status holders, staff (current and former) and a member of our current student cohort who are recipients of a Queen's Birthday Honour for 2021, including:
Professor Philip Aylward AM (PhD(Med) ’85) For significant service to medicine, and to community health administration.
Professor James Barber AM (BA(Hons) ’82, MSW ‘02, DUniv ’13) For significant service to tertiary education administration, and to youth.
Ms Wendy Johnson AM (BA ’80, MEdAdmin ’92) For significant service to secondary education in South Australia.
Emeritus Professor Barbara Santich AM (PhD(Hums) ’88) For significant service to tertiary education, to gastronomy, food culture and history
Dr Rosemary Brooks OAM (PhD(Hums) ’79) For service to tertiary education.
Dr Felicity-ann Lewis OAM (DipT ’77, BEd ’81) For service to local government, and to the community of Marion.
Dr Robert Llewellyn-Jones OAM (BMBS ’83) For service to psychiatry, and to children with developmental disability.
Mr Adam Ka-Ho Lo OAM (GradCertLGTC ’16) For service to mental health, and to the multicultural community of Queensland.
Mr Brenley Milsom OAM (GCertPubSecMgmt ’97) For service to the community of the Gold Coast.
Mrs Julie Paul OAM (GradCertHlth ’97, MPHC ’99) For service to community health.
Ms Dindy Belinda Vaughan OAM (MA(Hums)(Res) ’70) For service to the arts.
Wing Commander Dr Collette Richards CSC (BMBS(GradEntry) ’00) For outstanding devotion to duty in aviation medicine capability development and delivery for the Royal Australian Air Force.
Professor Leonard Notaras AO For distinguished service to medical administration in the Northern Territory, and to professional organisations.
Member of the Order of Australia (AM)
Emeritus Professor James Toouli AM For significant service to tertiary medical education, notably to gastroenterology.
Professor Nicola Spurrier PSM For outstanding public service to community health in South Australia.
Dr Soren Blau AM For significant service to forensic medicine, and to scientific organisations
Dr Peter Gilchrist AM For significant service to psychiatry, particularly to people with weight disorders
Professor Sabina Knight AM For significant service to rural and remote health, nursing and education.
Associate Professor Anthony Phillips AM For significant service to optometry, and to professional optical societies
Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM)
Professor Diane Bell OAM For service to literature.
Professor Alan Wolff OAM For service to medic
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