Flinders University is proud to recognise and celebrate alumni and staff (current and former) who are recipients of a Queen's Birthday Honour for 2018, including:
The Honorable Catherine Branson AC QC (LLD ’12) For eminent service to the judiciary as a Judge of the Federal Court of Australia, to the law as an advocate for human rights and civil liberties, to judicial administration and professional development, and to governance roles in tertiary education.
Dr David Pescod AO (GradCertPHCDev ’11) For distinguished service to medicine, and to Australia-Mongolia relations, particularly through the provision of surgical and anaesthetic care, and to health education and standards.
Miss Jane Smith AM (BA ’78) For significant service to the broadcast media industry, particularly to film and television, through administrative roles, and to the community.
Dr Kate Barnett OAM ((BA ’70 DipEd ’71 MEd ’77) For service to aged welfare.
Dr Mark Kirkland OAM (1959-2018) (PhD(Med) ’91) For service to medical research.
Ms Lynne Koerbin OAM (MPublicHlth ’11) For service to people with a disability, and to community health.
Mr Peter Munn OAM (BSocAdmin ’77) For service to education in South Australia.
Mr Kevin Corcoran (BA ’83) For outstanding public service to Justice and Corrective Services in New South Wales.
Dr Jo Mitchell (DrPH ’07) For outstanding public service to population health policy in New South Wales.
Mrs Kaye Healing (GCertPubSecMgmt ’13)
Dr Timothy Henderson AM Academic Status, College of Medicine and Public Health For significant service to medicine in the field of ophthalmology, and to Indigenous eye health in the Northern Territory.
Dr Stephen Kinnear OAM Academic Status, College of Medicine and Public Health For service to medicine, particularly to anaesthesiology.
Emeritus Professor Geoff Harcourt AC For eminent service to higher education as an academic economist and author, particularly in the fields of Post-Keynesian economics, capital theory and economic thought.
Professor James McCluskey AO For distinguished service to medical education, as an academic in immunology, and through research into immune systems response to viruses.