Each year we’re pleased to see a number of our alumni recognised with Australia Day Honours. This year was no exception, and we extend our congratulations to the following people.
Companion (AC) in the General Division of the Order of Australia
The Honourable Justice Geoffrey Arthur Nettle (TC 1974) (pictured)
For eminent service to the judiciary, and to the law, to criminal and civil appeals reform, to legal education, and to professional standards.
Mr Carrillo Baillieu Gantner AO (TC 1963)
For eminent service to the community through professional involvement in, and philanthropic support for, the performing and visual arts, and to Australia-Asia cultural exchange.
Emeritus Professor Richard Graeme Larkins AO (TC 1961)
For eminent service to medicine and medical research, to education through academic leadership, to public health care, and to the community.
Member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia
Mr Ian Andrew Chesterman (TC 1978)
For significant service to sports administration, particularly with the Australian Olympic Committee.
Ms Alexandra Mary Sloan (TC 1977)
For significant service to the community of Canberra, and to the broadcast media as a radio presenter.
The Reverend Canon Dr Charles Henry Sherlock (TCTS Hon. Research Associate 2004–present; Senior Lecturer 1998–2003)
For significant service to the Anglican Church of Australia, and to theological education.
Medal (OAM) of the Order of Australia in the General Division
Dr Donald William Hossack OBE PSM (TC non-res 1950)
For service to medicine, and to the arts.
Mr Clive Julian Smith (TC 1954)
For service to children through charitable initiatives.
Mr Michael Douglas Whalley (TC non-res 1971)
For service to the community through charitable organisations.
The Reverend Ronald Mark Browning (TC Chaplain 1989–95)
For service to the community.