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Major General Grant Cavenagh AO (GradDipComp 1986) Alumnus For distinguished service to the Australian Defence Force as Commander Joint Logistics and as Head Land Systems Division.
Professor Murray McLean AO Staff member For service to the Australian and international communities through significant leadership and co-ordination roles following the tsunami and earthquakes that occurred in Japan on 11 March 2011 and to the promotion of Australia's diplomatic and trade relationships.
Professor Marilyn Renfree AO (HonLLD 2010) Alumna For distinguished service to biology, particularly through leadership in the research into marsupial reproduction, and to the scientific community through contributions to professional organisations.
Mr Clive Weeks AO (BE 1969, MEngSc 1972) Alumnus and supporter For distinguished service to engineering through leadership roles in the development of key civil works projects and through contributions to professional and educational organisations.
Mr Dean Barton-Smith AM (GrapDipMktg 2001, MMktg 2003) Alumnus For significant service to the sport of athletics, and to people who are deaf or hard of hearing through the development of sport and recreation opportunities.
The Reverend Emeritus Professor Gary Bouma AM Staff member and supporter For significant service to sociology as an academic, to interfaith dialogue, and to the anglican Church of Australia.
Dr Andrew Cochrane AM (GradCertEBP 2006, GradCertPharmEc 2006) Alumnus and supporter For significant service to adolescent and adult congenital heart disease as a clinician, researcher and educator, and through humanitarian and philanthropic contributions.
The Honourable Robert Fordham AM Monash volunteer For significant service to the Parliament of Victoria, to education, to the Anglican Church in Australia, and to tourism and economic development.
The late Mr John Gibson AM (LLB 1980) Alumnus For significant service to international relations as an advocate for human rights.
Emeritus Professor Roy Jackson AM Staff member and supporter For significant service to science in the field of organic chemistry as an educator and researcher.
Mr John Maddock AM Monash volunteer For significant service to vocational education and training, and to the sport of basketball.
Emeritus Professor Owen Potter AM Staff member For significant service to chemical engineering through leadership in the areas of education, research and development, and to the Catholic Church.
Mr Alan Powell AM Supporter For significant service to the community of South Australia through governance of welfare and church organisations and as a philanthropist.
Mr Graham Smorgon AM (BJuris 1972, LLB 1974) Alumnus and supporter For significant service to business, and to the community of Victoria.
Mr Robert Thomas AM (BEc 1967) Alumnus and supporter For significant service to the community of New South Wales through contributions to library governance, and to business.
Professor Michael Toole AM (MBBS 1971) Alumnus and staff member For significant service to international health, particularly through leadership in medical research.
Dr Beth Wilson AM (BA 1975, LLB 1977) Alumna and supporter For significant service to the community of Victoria through the provision of dispute resolution in the area of health services.
Emeritus Professor Neville Yeomans AM (MD 1977) Alumnus For significant service to tertiary education, research and clinical practice in the field of medicine.