Australia Day Honours

A significant number of our alumni have been recognised for contributions to their field and their community.

Australia Day Honours 2022

 
  • Companion of the Order of Australia (AC)

    Distinguished Professor and Vice Chancellor Fellow Jennifer Marshall Graves AO B Sc 1963, B Sc (Hons) 1964, M Sc 1968
    For eminent service to science, particularly through leadership and research in evolutionary genetics, to international and national professional societies, for science education in schools, and as a mentor and role model for women

    Dr Graeme Moad B Sc 1973, B Sc (Hons) 1974, Ph D 1978
    For eminent service to science, particularly polymer design and synthesis and radical polymerization, education through mentoring, and to professional scientific organisations

  • Member of the Order of Australia (AM)

    Professor Eleanor Anne Bourke M Ed St 1993
    For significant service to Indigenous heritage, to justice, and to education

    Professor Gregory Brian Crawford M B B S 1980
    For significant service to palliative care, and to tertiary education.

    Mr Keith Gallasch B A (Hons) 1968, Dip Ed 1969
    For significant service to the arts though performance, writing and production

    Professor William Frederic Heddle RFD (Retd) M B B S 1972
    For significant service to cardiology, to tertiary education, and to professional association

    Ms Gabrielle Mary Kelly B A 1976
    For significant service to business, and to film and television

    Mrs Margaret Elizabeth Lehmann B A 1966
    For significant service to the community of the Barossa through a range of roles

    Professor Helen Siobhan Marshall M B B S 1988, M Pub Hlth 2004, M D 2011
    For significant service to medicine in the field of vaccinology and public health, to research, and to education

    Mr Ian David Nosworthy LL B 1967, B A 1975
    For significant service to the law, particularly arbitration, and to professional associations

    Dr Maria Giovanna Pallotta-Chiarolli B A 1981, Dip Ed 1982, M A (Women's St) 1992
    For significant service to the LGBTIQ community, and to education

    The Honourable Bronwyn Jane Pike B A 1976
    For significant service to social welfare and not-for-profit organisations, and to the Parliament of Victoria

    Ms Kathryn Anne Presser M B A 2018
    For significant service to business in the field of accountancy, and to the community

    Emeritus Professor Timothy Roberts B Sc 1967, B Sc (Hons) 1968
    For significant service to environmental and life sciences, and to tertiary education

  • Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM)

    Professor Barbara Comber B A 1975, Grad Dip Teach 1976
    For service to education

    Professor Cherrie Ann Galletly University Staff Member
    For service to medicine as a psychiatrist

    Mr Roger Bartram Grund B Sc 1966, B Sc (Hons) 1967
    For service to conservation and research as a lepidopterist

    Ms Jane Margaret Jose B A 1977
    For service to the community through cultural and charitable organisations

    Ms Rosemary Osman B Sc (Hons) 1973, Dip Ed 1977
    For service to the community through a range of organisations

    Mrs Mary Louise Simpson B A 1975, B A (Hons) 1988
    For service to conservation and the environment, and to the arts

    Mrs Elizabeth D'arcy Wilson Dip Soc St 1968
    For service to public administration in South Australia

    Dr Lois Beverly Zweck B A (Hons) 1969, Ph D (Arts) 1974, Dip Ed 1980
    For service to community history

  • Public Service Medal (PSM)

    Dr Ian Richard Scrimgeour B Sc 1989, B Sc (Hons) 1990, Ph D (Sc) 1995
    For outstanding public service to geoscience in the Northern Territory

  • Past recipients

    View the list of past recipients.