Professor Ed Byrne AC President and Vice-Chancellor, Monash University For eminent service to tertiary education, particularly through leadership and governance roles with Monash University, to biomedical teaching and research, as a scientist and academic mentor, and as a contributor to improved global health.
Professor Stephen Parker AO Former staff member For distinguished service to tertiary education through administrative, academic and representational roles, and as a leader in the growth and development of the University of Canberra.
Professor Brenton Broadstock AM (BA 1976) Alumnus For significant service to music as a composer, educator and mentor.
Mrs Judith Bundy AM (BA(MultiDisc) 1987) Alumna For significant service to public education through governance and advocacy roles and to the community of South Australia.
Professor Emeritus John Egerton AM Volunteer and supporter For significant service to the livestock industry, particularly the eradication of infectious disease, and to education.
Dr Stewart Hart AM Staff member For significant service to medicine as a clinician, particularly in the area of breast cancer research, and to community health organisations.
Mr Peter Jopling AM QC Supporter For significant service to the law in Victoria, and to the community.
The Honourable Justice Stephen Kaye AM (BA 1972, LLB(Hons) 1974) Alumnus and supporter For significant service to the law and to the judiciary, particularly in the area of Indigenous social justice and cultural awareness.
Mr John Kelleher AM PSM (BAppSci 1983, BA(MultiDisc) 1986) Alumnus and supporter For significant service to the community, particularly as a forensic specialist in the field of fire and explosion investigation.
Associate Professor Richard King AM Staff member For significant service to medicine as a clinician, educator and administrator, particularly in the areas of health policy development.
Emeritus Professor John McLaren AM (MA 1972) Alumnus and supporter For significant service to education, particularly the humanities and social sciences, as an academic, mentor and teacher.
Professor John Olver AM Staff member For significant service to medicine, particularly the treatment and rehabilitation of acquired brain injuries.
Professor Paul Sheahan AM Vice-Chancellor's Professorial Fellow For significant service to secondary education as a teacher, and through roles with sporting, charitable and community organisations.
The Honourable Dr Ross Sundberg AM (LLM 1968, LLD 1979) Alumnus For significant service to the law as a judge, reporter and educator.
Professor Philip Williams AM (BEc(Hons) 1971, MEc 1974) Alumnus and supporter For significant service to business as an economist, and to the community.
Dr Peter Winterton AM (GradDipForensMed 2009) Alumnus For significant service to youth through a range of child protection roles, and to medicine.
Dr Leonard Brennan AM (GradDipFamMed 1995) Alumnus For exceptional service to the Australian Defence Force in the field of health support as Director Health, Headquarters Joint Operations Command; Director Army Health; and Senior Medical Officer, Combined Team Uruzgan.
Mr Greg Byrne PSM (BA 1986, LLB(Hons) 1988, LLM 1993) Alumnus For outstanding public service to the community in the area of criminal law.
Dr Raymond Canterford PSM (BSc(Hons) 1970, PhD Sci 1974) Alumnus and supporter For outstanding public service in the delivery of improvements in forecasting and warning of natural hazards and weather, most notably for emergency and natural disaster response.
Mr Dale Dickson PSM (MPubPolMgt 2003) Alumnus For outstanding public service to local government, including the Gold Coast City Council.
Dr Rosemary Lester PSM (MPH 1992) Alumna For outstanding public service in public health leadership, particularly on communicable diseases and immunisation.
Mr John Mooney PSM (BSpEd 1976, MEd 1981) Alumnus and supporter For outstanding public service in the area of education for children with special needs.