Flinders University is proud to recognise and celebrate alumni and staff (current and former), as well as our Council Members (current* and former^) who are recipients of a Queen's Birthday Honour for 2019, including:
Professor Debra Jackson AO (PhD(Ng/Midwif) ’00) For distinguished service to medical education in the field of nursing practice and research as an academic and author.
Air Vice Marshal (Dr) Tracy Smart AO (BMBS ’87) For distinguished service in responsible positions to the Australian Defence Force in the fields of medical and health services.
Ms Hannah Dahlen AM (GradCertMid ’14) For significant service to midwifery, nursing and to medical education.
Professor Kevin Davis AM FAIBF (BEc(Hons) ’71) For significant service to higher education, particularly in financial systems.
Ms Kerry Heysen AM (BA(Hons) ’75, DLitt ’97)^ For significant service to the film industry as a producer.
Ms Athena (Tina) Karanastasis AM (DipAppPsych ’82, BA ’79) For significant service to the multicultural community of South Australia.
Associate Professor John Litt AM (PhD(Med) ’07) For significant service to preventative medicine as an influenza specialist, and as a general practitioner.
Mr Peter Martin AM (BEc(Hons) ’80) For significant service to multi-platform and print media as an economics journalist.
Dr Lindy Roberts AM (GradCertClinEd ’09) For significant service to medicine, and to professional organisations.
Professor Brenda Wilson AM (DipAppSc(Nurs) ’83)* For significant service to community health, and to the people of South Australia through a range of roles.
Dr David Martin OAM (MSURG ’07) For service to medicine in the field of orthopaedics.
Ms Margaret Russell OAM (BA(Hons) ’82) For service to the community through a range of organisations.
Mrs Catherine Angelkovic (GCertPubSecMgmt ’12) For outstanding public service to Revenue New South Wales.
Ms Alexandra Reid (BA(Hons) ’91) For outstanding public service to the arts, culture and education, particularly through delivery of significant improvements to TAFE South Australia.
Dr Olivia Samardzic (PhD(SE), ’96, BSc(Hons) ’90, BSc ’89) For outstanding public service in the application of science and technology to provide the Australian Defence Force with superior operational capability.
Emeritus Professor Anthony Radford AM For significant service to medicine, to medical education, and to global health.
Ms Jennifer Teasdale AM For significant service to education, and to international relations.
Dr Sam Heard OAM For significant service to medicine.
Mr Austin Taylor OAM^ For service to education, and to community health.
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