2013 Australia Day Honours recipients

Dr John Atchison OAM
PhD 1974
For service to the community of New England as a historian and educator.
Major Andrew Baker
Master of Military Studies 2012
For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as Commander, Brigade Headquarters Operational Mentoring and Liaison Team, Mentoring Task Force 3 on Operation SLIPPER in Afghanistan.
Dr Kee Cheung OAM
PhD 1980
For service to the Chinese community of Brisbane.
Ms Marianne Cullen PSM
BA 1992
For outstanding public service and contribution to the Australian community through the development and implementation of the National Broadband Network
Mr Patrick Davoren PSM
MSc 1977
For outstanding public service through the development of policies in radioactive waste management, nuclear safeguards and rehabilitation of the former nuclear test sites at Maralinga.
Ms Pamela Davoren PSM
LLB 1989
For outstanding public service in the leadership of coordinated and integrated policy development and service delivery across the ACT Public Service
Ms Christine Gee AM
BA 1975
For significant service to international relations and the people of Nepal, particularly through the provision of education, health and environmental programs
Professor Malcolm Gillies AM
BA 1978
For significant service to international relations and the people of Nepal, particularly through the provision of education, health and environmental programs
Professor Peter Hall AO
MSc 1976
For distinguished service to mathematical science in the field of statistics through international contributions to research, as an academic and mentor, and through leadership of advisory and professional organisations.
Mr Bill Jackson OAM
BA 2001
For service to the international community following the earthquakes and tsunami which occurred in Japan in 2011.
Mr Peter Jennings PSM
MA 1988
For outstanding public service through the development of Australia's strategic and defence policy, particularly in the areas of Australian Defence Force operations in East Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan.
Ms Lillace Kenta OAM
BA 1994
For service to the international community following the earthquakes and tsunami which occurred in Japan in 2011
Mr Bruce Lindenmayer OAM
BEc (1973)
For service to conservation and the environment
Mr Richard Longmore OAM
BSc 1974
For service to herpetology, particularly the study of snakes and lizards.
Dr Joseph Masika OAM
GradCertAustMigrationLaw 2011
For service to the community through multicultural and social welfare organisations
Mr Robin McKenzie OAM
GradDipLegPrac 2005
For service to the international community following the earthquakes and tsunami which occurred in Japan in 2011
Dr Philip Moors AO
BSc(Hons) - 1970
For distinguished service to conservation and the environment through contributions to the botanical and scientific community and the promotion of Australian flora
Mrs Judith Ohana OAM
BA 1969
For service to aged care. Manager
Ms Louise Page OAM
BM 1989
For service to the performing arts
Professor Marilyn Renfree AO
PhD 1972
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 Peter Roberts OAM
BSc 1999
For service to the international community following the earthquakes and tsunami which occurred in Japan in 2011
Dr Michael Smith AM
MA 1981
For significant service to archaeological scholarship, particularly of the Australian desert regions
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