Flinders University is proud to recognise and celebrate alumni, staff (current and former) and a member of our University Council who are recipients of a Queen's Birthday Honour for 2020, including:
Ms Sarah Brown AM (GradDipHlthAdmin ’15) For significant service to community health, to remote area nursing, and to the Indigenous community.
Dr John Byrne AM (BSc(Hons) ’70) For significant service to people who are deaf or hard of hearing, and to social justice.
Dr Sara Jones AM (MSc(PHC) ’94) For significant service to medical education, to podiatry, and to professional groups.
Professor Paul Smith AM (BMBS ’86) For significant service to orthopaedic medicine as a surgeon, and to medical administration.
The late Dr Ian Richard Davis OAM (BMBS(GradEntry) '06) For service to people living with Motor Neurone Disease, and to medicine.
Ms Meredith Edwards OAM (BA(Hons) ’76, DipEd ’77) For service to education.
Mr Darryl Pope OAM (DipT ’79) For service to surf lifesaving, and to music education.
Mrs Noelani Reardon PSM (GradCertPubPol ’08, GCertPubSecMgmt ’13) For outstanding public service to road safety in New South Wales.
Ms Michelle Young AFSM (GCertPubSecMgmt ’14)
Mr Dermot Barry ESM (BJusSoc, LLB/LP ’03, MPubAdmin(Mgmt) ’05)
Mr Darryll Fleming ACM (GCertPubSecMgmt ’12)
Professor Marcello Costa AO For distinguished service to higher education, and to medical research, in the field of neurophysiology, and to professional scientific bodies.
Professor Jackie Craig AM (Adjunct) For significant service to science and technology research in the defence capability field.
Professor Adrian Linacre OAM For service to forensic science.
Ms Elizabeth Perry AM For significant service to tertiary education, to business, and to the community.
Dr Jennifer Abbey AM For significant service to the health of aged persons, particularly to pain care management.
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