Congratulations to the six Flinders alumni recognised in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list for their contributions to population research, community education, nursing, business and government, the community, and medicine in the RAAF.
Officer in the Order of Australia (AO)
Professor Graeme Hugo [MA(SocSc)(Res) ’73]
For distinguished service to population research, particularly the study of international migration, population geography and mobility, and through leadership roles with national and international organisations.
Member in the Order of Australia (AM)
Dr Denis Binnion [PhD(SocSc) ’75]
For service to adult and community education as a leader in curriculum development, particularly in the areas of integration and access as well as executive roles in professional organisations.
Mrs Elizabeth English [DipAppSc(ComHlthNg) ’82 BNg ‘91]
For service to nursing, particularly in the field of stomal therapy clinical practice and education, and through executive roles with national and international associations.
Mr Graham Inns [MCom(Res) ’92]
For service to business and commerce, particularly through the Australian Institute of Management, to local government, and to the community.
Professor David Plowman [PhD(SocSc) ’87]
For service to the community through support for child migrants, as the founding Chair of Child Migrants of Malta, and to higher education.
Air Commodore Tracy Smart [BM BS ’87]
For exceptional performance of duty as a medical officer in the Royal Australian Air Force.