2010 Australia Day Honours recipients

Dr Mohammed Alsalami AM
PhD 1986
For service to the community, particularly through roles assisting refugees and migrants.
Ms Barbara Belcher AM
BA 1976
For service to public sector management and administration, particularly in the areas of policy development, advice and delivery and through the advancement of ethical standards and values
Ms Rosemary Budavari OAM
LLM 1998
For service to the law through the advancement of human rights and through the Women's Legal Centre of the Australian Capital Territory.
Mr Keith Byles PSM
BA, LLB 1980
For outstanding public service as a legislative drafter, particularly the legislation to implement the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme and telecommunications and broadcasting reform.
Mr Neil Cooper PSM
BSc (Forestry) 1982
For outstanding public service to the development of improved fire management programs within the Australian Capital Territory.
Mr John Curtis AM
BA 1971, LLB 1973
For service to business, and to the community through roles supporting charitable, youth and welfare organisations.
Dr Peter Lewis-Hughes AM
BSc(Hons) 1979, PhD 1985
For service to public and medical administration in Queensland, particularly through the reform of the pathology service delivery system.
Dr Kamalini Lokuge OAM
MintLaw 2003, PhD 2005
For service to humanitarian aid through the International Committee of the Red Cross and Medecins Sans Frontieres
Mr John McBride AM
MA 1986, 2005
For service to international relations, particularly the facilitation of business and cultural links between Australia and Japan, as a supporter of emerging artists, and to arts organisations.
Professor John McMillan AO
BA 1971, LLB 1973
For service to international relations, particularly the facilitation of business and cultural links between Australia and Japan, as a supporter of emerging artists, and to arts organisations.
Major-General David Morrison AM AO
BA 1979
For distinguished service to the Australian Army in the fields of training & education, military strategic commitments & force structure & capability; in particular, as Commander Australian Defence College, Head Military Strategic Commitments & Deputy Chi
Mr Brian Stacey PSM
BA 1982
For outstanding public service in the area of programs and services for Indigenous Australians.
Mr John Stinson OAM
MA 1979
For service to the arts, particularly in the field of medieval music
Emeritus Professor Bruce Thom AM
BA 1961
For service to the environment as an adviser and advocate for the ecological management of the coastal zone, as a contributor to public debate on natural resource policy, and to the academic and professional discipline of geography
Mrs Jennifer Wanless OAM
BA 1962
For service to science through voluntary roles with Questacon, and to the Nature and Society Forum.
Dr Helen Watchirs OAM
MpubLaw 1992, PhD 2002
For service to the advancement of human rights, particularly as the Human Rights and Discrimination Commissioner of the Australian Capital Territory.
Professor Roger Wettenhall AM
PhD 1962
For service to education, particularly as a scholar and researcher in the field of public administration, management and governance.
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