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Dr Donald Argus AC (HonLLD 1995) Honorary Monash graduate For eminent service to business and commerce through leadership in the mining and finance industries, and to the community through the promotion of philanthropy, and executive roles in conservation, health, charitable and sporting organisations.
Mr James Fairfax AC Monash supporter For eminent service to the community through support and philanthropy for the visual arts, conservation organisations and building programs for medical research and educational facilities.
The Honourable Justice Bernard Bongiorno AO Former Council Member of of the AIJA For service to the law, particularly as a Justice of the Supreme Court of Victoria, and through leadership roles within the Italian community.
The Reverend Dr Peter L'Estrange AO Honorary Monash fellow For service to higher education and to the community through the Catholic Church as an administrator and academic.
Ms Naomi Milgrom AO (BA 1973) Monash alumna and supporter For service to business as a leader and mentor in the fashion industry, and to the community through advisory and management roles of a wide range of arts, health and philanthropic bodies.
Dr Ronald Silberberg AO (BEc(Hons) 1972, PhD 1977) Monash alumnus For service to the building and construction industries through the promotion of housing affordability, contributions to improved public and social housing and the development of youth training programs.
Ms Virginia Simmons AO (BA 1969, DipEd 1970) Monash alumna For service to education as a leader and advocate for vocational education and training, through reform of the Victorian TAFE Association, contributions to professional organisations, international advisory roles and as a mentor to women.
Mr Steven Skala AO Monash supporter For service to the visual and performing arts through roles supporting wider community access, to business and commerce, and to the community through the promotion of educational opportunities for young Australians.
Professor Peter Brooks AM (MBBS 1967, MD 1977) Monash alumnus and supporter For service to medicine, particularly in the field of rheumatology, as an academic, researcher and clinician.
Professor Max Coltheart AM Former senior Monash staff member For service to cognitive psychology as a researcher and academic, and to people with learning difficulties.
Mr Ian Curtis AM (BA 1977) Monash alumnus For service to overseas humanitarian aid, particularly through executive roles with World Vision International.
Mr Richard Gross AM (BA 1980, LLB 1980) Monash alumnus For service to local government, particularly through the Municipal Association of Victoria, as a contributor to environmental reform initiatives in the area of waste management, and to the community of Port Phillip.
Mr Alan Henderson AM PSM (BEc 1967, BEc(Hons) 1970, MEc 1972) Monash alumnus For continued service to public administration, particularly in the area of policy formulation and advice, and to the management of taskforces of the 2002 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting and the 2007 Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation Meeting.
Dr David Leonard AM Former Monash staff member For service to psychiatric medicine as a practitioner, through contributions to public mental health services in Victoria, and through medical administration.
Emeritus Professor Merilyn Liddell AM (MD 2000, MFamMed 2000) Monash alumna and Emeritus Professor For service to tertiary education and administration, particularly in the discipline of medicine, and to cross-cultural exchange and co-operation with Malaysia.
Mrs Eda Ritchie AM (GradDipAgriBus 1994) Monash alumna For service to the community through a range of cultural, environmental, charitable and health organisations.
Professor David Scott AM Monash staff member For service to medicine as a pioneer in the field of transplant surgery and through executive roles in professional organisations.
Mr Ezekiel Solomon AM Monash supporter For service to the law, the development of international trade and relations, and to the arts.
Professor Gregory Whelan AM Monash staff member For service to medicine, particularly in the fields of gastroenterology, hepatology and addiction, through academic and executive roles.