Emerita Professor Linda Barwick AM
Professor, School of History
For significant service to the preservation and digitisation of cultural heritage recordings.
Ms Glenys Beauchamp AO PSM
For distinguished service to public administration, particularly innovative health reform, industry and science policy, and program delivery.
Emerita Professor Judith Brett AM
For significant service to education and public debate, particularly in social science and politics.
Lieutenant Colonel Adam Bryden CSC
For outstanding achievement as Staff Officer Grade One Indo-Pacific Operations, Headquarters Joint Operations Command.
Ms Laura Bunyan OAM
For service to community history.
Ms Chloe Burns PSM
For outstanding public service in the development of statistical modelling and public health measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Commander Debbie Butterworth AM CSM and Bar RAN
For exceptional service to the Royal Australian Navy in the field of Navy People leadership and management.
Lieutenant Commander Tristan Colclough CSM RAN
For meritorious achievement as the 88 Squadron Aviation Engineering Officer.
Distinguished Professor Matthew Colless AO FAA
Director, Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics
For distinguished service to scientific research, particularly to astronomy and astrophysics, and to professional societies.
Commander Samuel Dale CSM RAN
For meritorious devotion to duty as Future Operations Coordinator at Maritime Operations in the planning of all Australian Defence Force maritime operations.
Dr Marcia Devlin AM
For significant service to higher education, and to women.
Dr Peter Dowling OAM
BA (Hons) '88, MA '90, PhD '98
For service to community history.
Emeritus Professor Stephen Duckett AM
For significant service to public health policy and management, and to tertiary education.
Ms Andrea Faulkner PSM
For outstanding public service in leading Australia's Embassy in Myanmar and commitment to advancing Australia's interests.
Commander Kathryn Ford CSM RAN
For meritorious achievement in the field of Navy training.
Associate Professor Charlotte Galloway OAM
BAHistCur (Hons) '97, PhD '07
For service to education, and to history.
Ms Winsome Hall OAM
For service to the community through a range of roles.
Emeritus Professor Peter Hannaford AC
Visiting Fellow, Department of Physics and Theoretical Physics (1983-1989)
For eminent service to science, particularly to experimental physics, as an academic and researcher, to professional institutions, and as a role model for young scientists.
Mr John Hodgson OAM
BA (Hons) '69
For service to the visual arts, particularly to photography.
Wing Commander Kerry Hollings AM
For exceptional service in major international engagement, strategic recruitment development, and Professional Military Education reform for the Australian Defence Force.
Lieutenant Colonel Clarence Hovell CSM
For meritorious achievement as Commanding Officer of the Combat Training Centre-Live during 2021 and 2022.
Professor David Hume AO
BSc (Hons) '76, PhD '79
For distinguished service to biological science, particularly molecular biology, and to tertiary education.
Colonel Douglas Humphreys CSC OAM
For outstanding devotion to duty as the Panel Leader of the New South Wales Australian Army Legal Corps Panel and Senior Reserve Officer, Army Command Support Panel.
Mr Andrew Jaggers PSM
BEc '92, GDipEnvLaw '98
For outstanding public service in supporting the Government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, ensuring the safety and wellbeing of Australians.
Dr Anne Jenkins PSM
BSc '90, GDipSc '92, PhD '98
For outstanding public service to public health through specialised data analytics.
Mr Peter Jennings AO PSM
For distinguished service to the development of strategic and international policy, and to public affairs.
Warrant Officer Andrew Jocumsen CSC
For outstanding devotion to duty in the field of Defence People development.
Mr Toby Keene PSM
For outstanding public service to public health as the Executive Branch Manager, COVID-19 Response Branch in ACT Health.
Ms Merran Kelsall AO
Committee Member, ANU Finance Committee
For distinguished service to the financial accounting sector, to professional organisations, and to the community.
Lieutenant Colonel Khalid El Khaligi CDS
For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as the Deputy Chief of Operations in the Headquarters of the Combined Joint Task Force - Operation Inherent Resolve, on Operation OKRA from February 2021 to November 2021.
Professor Kiaran Kirk AM
Dean, ANU College of Science
For significant service to science education and research, and to professional organisations.
Mr Michael Lee OAM
For service to education.
Mr Jonathon Leek OAM
For service to the law.
Mr Geoffrey Page OAM
Visiting Fellow, ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences
For service to literature as a poet.
Ms Mary Patetsos AM
For significant service to multicultural affairs, and to aged care through board positions.
Lieutenant Colonel Jacob Penley CSM
For meritorious achievement as the Brigade Major of the 1st Brigade during 2021 and 2022.
Dr Ian Pfennigwerth OAM
For service to military history.
Miss Amanda Pickrell OAM
For outstanding public service through leadership and management in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr Michelle Potter AM
BA (Hons) '89, PhD '94
For significant service to the performing arts in a range of roles.
Mrs Susan Rae OAM
For service to the promotion of international trade.
Colonel Marc Rhodes CSC
For outstanding achievement as the Deputy Director LAND 4 Phase 3 Infantry Fighting Vehicle Test and Evaluation Activity.
Mr Javier Ribalta PSM
For outstanding public service through leadership and coordination of Services Australia's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mr Stephen Scudamore AM
For significant service to business and commerce, and to the mining and resources sector.
Lieutenant Colonel David Silverstone CSC
For outstanding achievement as Director Operations and Director Plans in Headquarters Joint Task Force 633 on Operation ACCORDION from February to September 2021.
Dr Michael Tedeschi AM
Clinical Senior Lecturer, ANU College of Health and Medicine & General Practitioner, ANU Medical Centre
For significant service to medicine, particularly to people with drug and alcohol dependency.
Mrs Jane Urquhart PSM
BAsSt (Hons) '91, GDipForAffTde '93
For outstanding public service through sustained contribution to industry and science policy and programs to improve the economic wellbeing, global reputation and national interests of Australia.