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Dr Marc Besen AC (HonLLD 2009) Honorary alumnus and major donor For eminent service to the visual and performing arts as a leading benefactor and supporter, through philanthropic contributions to a range of social welfare, community health, educational and youth initiatives, and to business.
Professor Brendan Crabb AC Monash staff member For eminent service to medical science as a prominent researcher of infectious diseases, particularly malaria, and their impact on population health in developing nations, as an advocate, mentor and administrator, and through fostering medical research nationally and internationally.
Professor John Funder AC (HonLLD 2010) Honorary alumnus, Monash staff member and supporter For eminent service to medicine, particularly to cardiovascular endocrinology, as a renowned researcher, author and educator,to the development of academic health science centres,and to mental illness,obesity, and Indigenous eye-health programs.
The Honourable Richard Alston AO (LLM 1983, MBA 1990) Alumnus and supporter For distinguished service to the Parliament of Australia, to international relations through diplomatic roles, to business development in diverse sectors, and to the community.
Mr Frank Costa AO Supporter For distinguished service to the community of Geelong through ongoing roles and contributions to a range of sports, business, religious, medical, educational and social welfare organisations.
Mr John Denton AO Former Monash Council Member For distinguished service to business and commerce, particularly in the legal profession, to the visual and performing arts sectors, to social welfare and the rights of refugees.
Professor Peter Ebeling AO Staff member For distinguished service to medicine in the field of bone health,through academic contributions and research initiatives in a range of administrative, executive and professional roles.
Professor John Mills AO Staff member and supporter For distinguished service to medicine as a researcher and physician in the field of infectious diseases, particularly HIV-AIDS, to medical administration, and to the development of Australia's biotechnology industry.
Profesor James Patrick AO Advisory Board Member - Monash Vision Group For distinguished service to science through the development of cochlear implant technology, to biomedical research and engineering innovation, and to education and professional associations.
Mr David Buckingham AM Staff member and supporter For significant service to public administration, particularly Australia-Britain relations, to business, and to tertiary education.
Professor Rosemary Calder AM (BA (Hons) 1978, HonLLD 2002) Alumna and Vice-Chancellor's Professorial Fellow For significant service to public administration, particularly in the areas of mental health and ageing, through academic roles, and to the community.
Mr Julius Colman AM Supporter For significant service to the community through philanthropic support for educational initiatives and programs for underprivileged children.
Lady Cowen AM Major donor For significant service to youth, medical research, educational, historical and cultural organisations, and to the people of Australia through vice-regal patronages and support roles.
Ms Deborah De Williams AM (BA(FineArt)(Hons) 1998, BA(FineArt) 1998) Alumna For significant service to the community through contributions to a range of cancer support organisations, and to ultra marathon running.
Mr Noel Denton AM RFD (BEc 1969, MEnvSc 2000) Alumnus For significant service to the visual and performing arts, and through a range of local government, environmental and community groups.
Professor Peter Fuller AM (MBBS 1977, PhD Med 1985) Alumnus and staff member For significant service to medicine as an endocrinologist, through contributions to medical research and professional organisations.
Professor Milton Hearn AM (BSc 1975, DipEd 1976) Alumnus and staff member For significant service to science through major contributions to advances in chemical manufacturing.
Professor David Hill AM Supporter For significant service to international relations as an advocate of Australia-Indonesia cross-cultural understanding, and as an educator.
Emeritus Professor Peter Juliff AM Former Monash staff member For significant service to information technology as a pioneer educator, and through professional organisations.
Professor Bogda Koczwara AM (MBioeth 2000) Alumna For significant service to medical oncology through clinical practice, education and cancer research, and through a range of professional organisations.
Mr Peter Marriott AM (BSpEd 1978) Alumnus and former Monash staff member For significant service to youth through the Scouting movement, to entomological researh and authorship, and to education.
Ms Jenni Neary AM Supporter For significant service to public education through policy development and creating scholarship opportunities for teachers and students.
Professor James Ogloff AM Staff member For significant service to education and to the law as a forensic psychologist, and as an academic, researcher and practitioner.
The Honourable Neil Pope AM Former Monash staff member For significant service to the community of Victoria, particularly through local and state government roles, and to the administration of Norfolk Island.
Professor Michael Quinn AM Donor For significant service to medicine in the field of gynaecological oncology through executive roles at state, national and international levels.
Dr Robert Reid AM (MBBS 1978) Alumnus For significant service to sports medicine through executive roles with professional organisations, and as a voluntary medical officer.
Mr Kevin Stevenson AM Former advisory council member For significant service to business and commerce through reforms in national and international accountancy standards.
Ms Carolyn Worth AM (BA 1989, BSocWk(Hons) 1989, MSocWk 1989) Alumna For significant service to the community through voluntary roles with child protection organisations.
Dr Simon Barter PSM (PhD 2008) Alumnus For outstanding public service to aircraft accident investigation and safety, in particular the area of metal fatigue in military aircraft, and the development of differentially corrected GPS based debris mapping.
Mr Peter Greenwell PSM (BSc 1975, DipEd 1976) Alumnus and former Monash committee member For outstanding public service to education in Victoria, and to the development of programs to improve educational outcomes for disadvantaged youth.
Ambulance Service Medal
Professor Andrew McDonell ASM (GradDipEmerHlth 2006) Alumnus
Mr Michael Stephenson ASM (2000 AdvDipMicaParaSt, 2007 GradDipEmerHlth (MP) Alumnus
Australian Police Medal
Mr Kevin Casey APM (MEd(L,P&C) 2007) Alumnus
Assistant Commissioner Robert Hill APM (MPA 2013) Alumnus