Australia Day Honours 2007

Monash University congratulates the following alumni who received Australia Day Honours in 2007.

Officer of the Order of Australia (AO)

Dr Susan Alberti AO
(HonLLD 2006)
For service to the community through support for major medical research institutions, particularly as a philanthropist, fundraiser and advocate for juvenile diabetes care and research.

Dr Peter Boxall AO
(BEc(Hons) 1971)
For service to economic and financial policy development and reform in the areas of accrual budgeting, taxation, and workplace relations.

Professor John Hutson AO
(MBBS 1972, MD 1994)
For service to medicine, particularly in the field of paediatric surgery as a clinician, teacher and researcher, and to the community through the Scouting movement.

Member of the Order of Australia (AM)

Dr Anthony Gould AM
(MA 1980)
For service to the arts as a music educator, particularly through the Victorian College of the Arts, to the promotion of jazz and improvised music, and as a pianist and composer.

Mr Peter Ivany AM
(BA(Hons) 1978)
For service to the community through a range of fundraising, Jewish, arts and sporting organisations, to medical research and public health, and to business education.

Mr Richard Menteith AM
(MBA(MtEliza) 1994)
For service to the community through the Wesley Mission and a range of church and Christian organisations.

Mr Philip Molyneux AM
(BEc 1968)
For service to a range of medical research, health and community organisations through the provision of financial management expertise.

Mr Salah Salman AM
(BEd 1976)
For service to education as Academy Director General of the Australian International Academy of Education, and to the community through the promotion of inter-cultural relations.

Mr Alan Schwartz AM
(BEc 1976, LLB(Hons) 1976)
For service to the community, particularly through Jewish welfare organisations and as co-founder of the corporate social responsibility organisation, SEAL Force, and to business.

Ms Lynette Wannan AM
(BA 1972, DipEd 1973)
For service in the areas of social policy development, education, and children's services through leadership and advisory roles with a range of government and community organisations.

Colonel Lindsay Morton AM
(MBus(LogMgt) 2003)
For exceptional service and meticulous sustainment planning of operational logistic support as part of the deployed staff during Operation FALCONER, and for the delivery of logistic support to deployed Australian Defence Force elements and the rationalisation of domestic supply chain contracts and operations in his capacity as Operations Officer and Director Logistic Support within Joint Logistics Command.

Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM)

Dr Frank Cave OAM
(GradDipFamMed 1996)
For service to the community of Rockhampton as a general practitioner and through the Australian Volunteer Coast Guard.

Mr Christopher Chenoweth OAM
(BJuris 1968, LLB(Hons) 1969)
For service to the law, and to the community of the Australian Capital Territory through contributions to a range of school, youth, cultural and welfare groups.

Mr John Lippmann OAM
(BSc 1975)
For service to scuba diving safety, resuscitation and first aid training, particularly through the establishment of the Divers Alert Network Asia-Pacific.

Mr Geoffrey Mitchelmore OAM
(DipAppChem 1963)
For service to the community of Hobsons Bay, particularly through the establishment of environmental and performing arts projects.

Mr Peter Power OAM
(LLB(Hons) 1981)
For service to the community as a magistrate, particularly through developing improved case management procedures and training programs for bail justices, and raising public awareness of court processes.

Mr James Saunders OAM
(GradDipAgribus 1992)
For service to the dairy industry, particularly through industry reform, and to agricultural education.

Associate Professor Kevin Whithear OAM
(PhD 1978)
For service to veterinary science and education, particularly through research, development and production of vaccines to control major diseases in poultry.

Group Captain Richard Sargeant OAM
(MComp 1993, GradDipAcc 1995)
For meritorious service in the field of acquisition and logistics support.

Public Service Medal (PSM)

Ms Margaret Goding PSM
(MPPM 1998)
For outstanding public service in the provision of public mental health to the Victoria community.

Mr James Pascal PSM
(BA(SocSc) 1980)
For outstanding public service in the development and delivery of ‘English as a Second Language’ programs and refugee settlement in rural and regional Victoria.

Mr Robert Peck PSM
(BPharm 1969)
For outstanding public service in improving medication outcomes for the Australian veteran community.