Queen's Birthday Honours

Congratulations to all our ANU alumni recognised in the Queens' Birthday Honours. This year's recipients reflect the depth and diversity of service to the wider community by our alumni.

This year's recipients

Barbara Bennett PSM
BA (1992)
For outstanding public service in the area of social services.
Ms Teena Blewitt PSM
ExecMPA (Hons) (2013)
For outstanding public service in the area of budget sustainability, budget development, and financial management.
Mr Walter Blumenfeld (Deceased) OAM
BEc (1978)
For service to the community of the Australian Capital Territory.
Lieutenant Commander Lorrae Blunden CSM
GDLP (2011)
For meritorious achievement in the field of military education and training.
Sarah Boddington OAM
MAAPD (2008)
For service to international relations through the provision of humanitarian assistance in Nepal.
Philip Bullock AO
BA (1974)
For distinguished service to vocational education and training through leadership and advisory roles, as a leader in the information technology sector, and as a supporter of equal opportunity.
Christopher Eccles AO
BA (1983), LLB (1983)
For distinguished service to public administration, to innovative policy development and sound governance, and to the delivery of reform in the areas of training, education and disability.
Commander Grant Edwards APM
BA (1998)
Federal
Professor Ross Garnaut AC AO
BA (Hons) (1968), PhD (1972), HonLittD (2009)
For eminent service to the community as a leading international economist in the area of energy efficiency and climate change policy, to the development of Australia-Asia Pacific relations, and through contributions to social and political discourse.
The Honourable John Hannaford AM
LLB (1971)
For significant service to the Parliament of New South Wales through a range of senior ministerial roles, to law reform, and to the community.
Colonel Gavin Keating DSC CSC
MSA (Hons) (2004)
For distinguished command and leadership in warlike operations as the Commander Task Group Taji Two on Operation OKRA in Iraq.
Ian Marshman AM
LLB (1979)
For significant service to education, particularly to dentistry, and to the community through youth mental health and emergency service groups.
Associate Professor Alaric Maude AM
PhD (1966)
For significant service to education in the field of geography as an academic, researcher, author, and mentor.
Commander Andrew Pepper CSC
Master of Military and Defence (2016)
For outstanding devotion to duty as the Executive Officer HMAS Melbourne.
Michael Piggott AM
LittB (Hons) (1985)
For significant service to the community as an archivist with national and international educational and cultural institutions, and as an author.
Mr Richard Rolfe AM OAM
BEc (1984)
For significant service to the community of the Australian Capital Territory through philanthropic support of medical, cultural and social welfare organisations.
Deborah Rolfe AM
BEc (1983), LLB (Hons) (1985)
For significant service to the community of the Australian Capital Territory through medical, social welfare and charitable foundations.
Professor John Shine AC AO
BSc (Hons) (1972), PhD (1975)
For eminent service to medical research, particularly in the area of biopharmaceuticals and molecular biology, to higher education as an academic, to professional medical organisations, and as a supporter of the advancement of innovation in science.
Commander Rachel Thompson CSC
Master of Military and Defence (2013)
For outstanding achievement in the field of Maritime Logistics and Health training management.
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