39 TRINITY TODAY 39 QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY HONOURS 2018 YOUNG ALUMNI MID-YEAR DRINKS CLOCKWISE FROM TOP: Shakeel Lala (TC 2014), Scotch Macdonald (TC 2013), Jirra Moffatt (TC 2014), Charlie Martin (TC 2013), Daniel McKenzie (TC 2011) Charles Kemp (TC 2012), Georgina Ridley (TC 2014) Claire Robinson (TC 2012), Tonya Bernardo (TC 2012), Kirsten Callander (TC 2012) Emma Clark (TC 2012), Kane Lo (TC 2012) Henry Gardiner (TC 2014), Tamara Hunt (TC 2015), Hannah Pakula (TC 2015) Miles Leschen (TC 2014), John-Louis Irvine (TC 2015), Jack Young (TC 2013) Alex Theile (TC 2012), Annabel Robinson (TC 2013), Katie Hawker (TC 2016), Sarah Van der Post (TC 2014) Trinity College would like to congratulate the following alumni recognised on this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list. OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Professor Timothy Charles LINDSEY (TC 1981) For distinguished service to international relations, particularly in promoting understanding between Indonesia and Australia, as an academic, and to legal education in Islamic law. Professor James McCLUSKEY (Trinity board member, pictured) For distinguished service to medical education, as an academic in immunology, and through research into immune systems response to viruses. Mr Andrew SISSON (TC 1971) For distinguished service to the finance and investment sector, as an advisor to financial regulatory bodies, and through philanthropic support for cultural and charitable groups. MEMBER (AM) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA Professor Jonathan Rhys CARAPETIS (TC 1980) For significant service to medicine in the field of paediatrics, particularly the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of rheumatic heart disease. Dr Alastair Robert JACKSON (TC 1967) For service to the performing arts, particularly to opera, through a range of governance roles, and as a patron and benefactor. Dr Godfrey Alan LETTS CBE (TC non-res 1946) For significant service to politics and government in the Northern Territory, and to conservation and the environment. MEDAL (OAM) OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA IN THE GENERAL DIVISION Mr Anthony Edward SELL (TCTS non-res 2008) For service to pipe bands.