Garry has completed more than 5,500 volunteer hours in his life. He volunteers in Taiwan and Australia – in Taiwan for the New Taipei City Fire Department where he leads 100 volunteers and in Australia for St John Ambulance where he leads 700 volunteers.
He began volunteering for St John Ambulance Australia in 1998 where he held the the position of the assistant regional superintendent. He also began volunteering for Taipei City Fire Department in 2011. He transferred to New Taipei City Fire Department in 2016 and established its volunteer battalion where the volunteers have worked a combined total of 22,000 hours.
Garry is CEO of the Wangying Foundation. Since its establishment in 2012, the foundation has trained thousands of professionals and volunteers in first aid, emergency and calamity rescue, medical assistance and pre-hospital care. The foundation also offers scholarships in medicine and health education and fundraises for disadvantaged communities.
In 2013, the legislative assembly in Taiwan drafted a law which prevented health care professionals from rendering assistance through an exclusion clause from criminal prosecution and civil litigation. Garry reached out to his professional and personal network to explain the importance of first aid response which helped members of parliament amend the draft legislation.
Garry was recognised by St John Ambulance Australia with a 15 year service medal in 2013 and became a member of the Order of St John in 2019. Garry is a registered paramedic in Australia and in Taiwan and is also a Ministry of Education appointed Assistant Professor at Taipei Medical University Faculty of Nursing.
Growing up in Australia during the time of the white Australia policy has shaped Lindy Lee as an artist and had a profound impact on her sense of self, and cultural identity. Much of her art explores notions of authenticity and selfhood, exploring what it is to be Australian and part of the Chinese Diaspora. As a first generation Chinese Australian, her practice reflects and explores both Eastern and Western influences.
Lindy is one of Australia’s most acclaimed contemporary artists and her work has been exhibited widely nationally and internationally. Lindy’s work is held in most of Australia’s major institutions, including the Australian National Gallery, the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the Art Gallery of Western Australia, the Art Gallery of South Australia as well as numerous corporate and personal collections.
She has also served as a board member of Artspace, the Australian Centre of Photography, President of the Asian Australian Artists Association, Deputy Chair of the Visual Arts and Craft Fund, Australia Council, and trustee of the Art Gallery of New South Wales for nine years. She continues to serve on the Asia link Visual Arts Committee.
More recently Lindy has worked on two major projects that connect with her Chinese heritage: New Century Garden in Chinatown commissioned by the City of Sydney and The Life of Stars, Tinghsin Shanghai, Shanghai, China.
Lindy is a much admired, artist, mentor, and teacher. She has made an extensive contribution to the Australian cultural landscape and continues to develop works that engage with the history of art, cultural authenticity, and personal identity.
Anastasia is a pioneer leading the way to the future of precision agriculture: a future where farmers use the latest in technology to maximize yields while minimizing environmental impact.
After completing her PhD at the University of Sydney in autonomous drone navigation, Dr Volkova realised that she could use her skills to improve crop yields. She went on to develop software that can spot changes in crops by comparing the satellite pictures of a particular field with a reference set of readings.
Dr Volkova founded FluroSat, a startup that provides technological services to agricultural businesses around the world. The service works by subscription and helps farmers to obtain various data on the state of their crops. FluroSat is accelerated by Telstra’s muru-D and is now monitoring farms using drones and satellites in 5 states in Australia.
FluroSat’s customers include the biggest names in agriculture such as Lamb Weston, supplier of potatoes to much of America, and Syngenta, the largest crop protection company in the world. Dr Volkova’s work has brought over $8M in investments from leading venture capitalists, and government science organizations, including becoming the first ag-tech investee of Microsoft.
In 2020, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology included Dr Volkova in their list of innovators under 35. In addition to this she has been awarded the Soroptimist International Women Creating Change Award, the Amelia Earhart Fellow award and the Cicada Innovations - Outstanding Founder Award.
Living in Asia, North America and Australia provided Patrick Grove with an international perspective and motivation to do business in different parts of the world. Whilst still in college, Patrick dreamed of starting his own business, but his parents encouraged him to finish university and work for three years to gain professional experience. After graduating Patrick moved to Asia to start Catcha.
As Co-Founder and Group CEO of Catcha Group, Patrick is one of the leading entrepreneurs in the Asia Pacific region.
Between 1999-2021, he took six digital businesses from startup to IPO. These include the iProperty Group – which was acquired by REA Group in 2016 in one of the largest ever acquisitions of a Southeast Asian internet company at the time; iCar Asia, an operator of leading automobile marketplaces in Southeast Asia; and Frontier Digital Ventures, an owner and operator of leading online marketplaces in frontier markets.
Patrick is also the Co-Founder of Rev Asia, a Bursa Malaysia-listed online media and publishing company; Wild Digital, a leading tech conference in Southeast Asia; and Instahome, an online home rentals platform. In February 2021, Catcha Group listed a blank check company, Catcha Investment Corp, of which Patrick is Chairman and CEO, on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
The company raised an upsized US$300m in their IPO to target technology businesses in Southeast Asia and Australia. Patrick has been recognised with numerous international awards, including: Global Leader of Tomorrow and New Asian Leader by the World Economic Forum; Young Entrepreneur of the Year by the Australian Chamber of Commerce, Singapore, and Asia’s Best Young Entrepreneur by Bloomberg Business.
After witnessing firsthand, the destructive impact of polystyrene upon our oceans and aquatic habitats Joanne was compelled to find a sustainable solution. She set about scouring the globe for inspiration and leveraged the thermal properties of waste wool to create an ingenious product called WOOLPACK.
This innovation delivers superior thermal insulation superior to polystyrene. WOOLPACK is used in cold supply chains to ship temperaturesensitive food, seafood, and pharmaceuticals. Joanne’s company Planet Protector Packaging (PPP) are now market leaders in sustainable thermal packaging that doesn’t harm the planet.
The business was established in 2016, and now has two manufacturing sites in Sydney and Auckland with staff working across Australia and New Zealand educating businesses around sustainability and plastic alternatives. To date, PPP has replaced 6.5 million polystyrene boxes in supply chains, which represents 3,000 tonnes of waste wool which would have been gone to landfill.
This innovative idea has also generated $5M in a new revenue stream for drought-stricken farmers. It is Joanne’s tireless dedication to sustainability, good stewardship and innovation that has driven the business to new heights year after year. Joanne continues to be an active member of her local community, a vocal advocate for Dementia Australia and a community ambassador for the Melanoma Institute Australia to whom she credits the fact that she is still here to change the world.
Professor Wendy Erber is driven to improve the lives and outcomes of patients with haematological malignancies, a group of diseases which currently takes 4,000 Australian lives annually.
As an authority on blood diseases she has been able to make significant improvements to patients’ lives. After her medical training at the University of Sydney, Professor Erber used her Rhodes Scholarship (she was the first female Rhodes Scholar from NSW) as the beginning of her lifelong study of haematological malignancies.
After her initial adaptation of the technique of immunohistochemistry for the more precise diagnosis of blood cancers, she has led a team to develop the groundbreaking technique of immunoflowFISH, an advanced technique allowing the simultaneous identification of specific malignant cells and their genetic abnormalities.
Her work has been recognised by admission to Fellowship of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences, receipt of the 2018 Australian Museum Eureka Prize for Innovative Use of Technology and winning the 2015 Cancer Council WA Researcher of the Year Prize. From 2016 to 2020 Professor Erber was seconded to serve as the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Western Australia.
Professor Erber has fond memories of her time at the University of Sydney and believes it gave her the foundations on which she built her career.
Dr Gary Fry is descended from the Dagoman tribe in the Northern Territory. He completed a PhD study of remote Aboriginal education, the first of its kind in the NT and Australia and is the first and only member of his family and extended Aboriginal families to have received a PhD.
Dr Fry won the 2018 Australian Association for Research in Education Betty Watts Indigenous Researcher Award while completing his PhD.
Dr Fry’s research contributes a newly theorised understanding of why and how Indigeneity is the foundation to improving remote Aboriginal children’s systemic education performance in the NT and strongly used the voices of those impacted by NT education policy and colonization. Dr Fry is now collaborating with a UK based professor in an international research partnership.
Joseph Bennett co-founded Foster the Future (FTF), a charity which provides university tutors the opportunity to help one of Australia’s most vulnerable groups – children in out-of-home care. FTF aims to provide educational support to address low high school graduation rates among children in care.
Joseph’s systems automatically match tutors and students and track students’ response to tutoring to ensure it is safe and high quality. He has helped hundreds of high school kids in care access individual weekly tutoring for free and has expanded to provide online tutoring to children in out-of-home care in regional areas. Joseph also won the prestigious University of Sydney campus Hult Prize in 2018.
Joseph has a particular interest in platform technology and analytics and is looking to further his experience in the technology industry and assist in providing better services for consumers.
Yinfeng Shen was awarded the 2020 Pro Vice-Chancellor (Student Life) Outstanding Services Award for his dedication and leadership towards making the University of Sydney more inclusive and connected. He led anti-racism campaigns and supported his fellow students during the COVID-19 pandemic through Instagram takeovers and peer-to-peer support programs.
Yinfeng held the position of Board Director of the USU and was a peer support advisor and student mentor at the Business School. Yinfeng is currently President of the University of Sydney chapter of the Australia-China Youth Association and Vice-President of the University of Sydney CEMS Club.
Mogul Skier, Madii Himbury qualified for the finals at her Olympic debut in the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics. Himbury progressed from the second qualification round to secure her spot in the first final, where her score of 68.19 saw the 24-year-old finish 20th overall.
Madii represented the University of Sydney at the University Snow Nationals from 2013-2015. Madii is also a mentor and coach in elite skiing, school skiing and gymnastics.
Madii volunteers at St Vincent’s Hospital supporting outpatients with Pilates based exercise programs and is an advocate for mental health awareness, speaking out about her personal struggles with mental illness in sport through the podcast Heart on My Sleeve. Madii currently training in Brisbane working towards selection in the 2022 Australian Winter Olympics Team.
Dr Marilena DeMayo’s research focuses on improving our understanding of autism and developing better interventions for individuals with autism. Dr DeMayo developed a model of social learning to facilitate greater understanding of the divergent processes in autism and has also reviewed treatments and investigated brain differences in children with autism.
Dr DeMayo implemented a world-first clinical trial which investigated oxytocin for children with autism. During her PhD, she completed four first author articles, a textbook chapter, and a number of co-authored publications.
She is an active contributor to the academic and student community at the Brain and Mind Centre, chairing the Higher Degree by Research group and being a member of the organising committee of the first Brain and Mind Centre symposium.
Baoying started his professional career during his undergraduate degree as a student lighting engineer on the Great Hall Lighting Project where he was mentored by industry expert and University of Sydney alumnus, Professor Barry Webb AM.
Understanding the importance of mentorship, Baoying continues to pay it forward as a mentor for the SkillMe Project by MetroAssist and for the CareerTracker Program. Baoying sits on several industry committees, including CIBSE NSW Young Engineers Committee, Standards Australia Smart Cities Committees, IEC Smart Cities Workgroups, and NSW Government Building Industry - Pillar Reform Stakeholder Group.
In 2019, he was selected by Standards Australia as one of two representatives for Australia in the International Electrotechnical Commission Young Professional Program in Shanghai.
President's Award (awarded posthumously): Professor Robert Jansen (BSc '68 MBBS '71 MD '87)
Alumni Award for Cultural Contribution: Dr Akram Omeri (PhD (Nursing) '96)
Alumni Award for Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Dr Alexander Abrahams (BDS '82)
Alumni Award for International Achievement: Professor Richard Scolyer (MD '06)
Alumni Award for Professional Achievement: Premesh Chandran (MInternatStud '96)
Alumni Award for Service to Humanity: Dr Andrew Browning (MBBS '95)
Outstanding Achievements of Young Alumni Award: Dr Hussain Nadim (PhD (Research) '19)
The Convocation Medal for undergraduate leadership: Annabelle Traves' (BMus(Perf) '19)
The Edmund Barton Medal for postgraduate leadership: Dr Jessica Talbot (BSc(Vet) '12 BVSc '13 PhD (Research) '19)
The John C Harsanyi Medal for innovation: Dr Mo'ayyad E. Suleiman (PhD(Research) '19)
The Nigel C Barker Medal for sporting achievement: Nicholas Phipps (MIntBus '19)
The Rita and John Cornforth Medal for research excellence: Dr Michelle Barakat-Johnson (GradCertPainMgt '06 PhD(Research) '19)
The Sister Alison Bush Medal for contribution to Indigenous community: Dr Bronwyn Bancroft (MSA '03 MVArts '07 PhD(Research) '19)
Alumni Award for Cultural Contribution: Nicole Larkin (BDesArch ’11 MArch ’14)
Alumni Award for Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Edwina Sharrock (BN '03)
Alumni Award for International Achievement: Rosemary Morrow (BScAgr '69)
Alumni Award for Professional Achievement: Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz (BA(Hons) '89)
Alumni Award for Service to Humanity: Rhett Butler AM (BE(Mech) '79 ME '83)
Outstanding Achievements of Young Alumni Award: Elizabeth New (BSc (Adv)(Hons) ’06 MSc ’07)
The Convocation Medal for undergraduate leadership: Emelia Jayne Milliner (BCom BE(Hons) '19)
The Edmund Barton Medal for postgraduate leadership: Hannah Maree Rayner (MD '18)
The John C Harsanyi Medal for innovation: Sally Kim (BPharm '10 MPh(Research) '15 PhD '18)
The Nigel C Barker Medal for sporting achievement: Tom Robertson (BMedSc '16 MPHlth '19)
The Rita and John Cornforth Medal for research excellence: Moritz Merklein (PhD '18)
The Sister Alison Bush Medal for contribution to Indigenous community: Nathan Schrieber (MIndigLangEd '18)
Alumni Award for Cultural Contribution: Michelle Leonard OAM (BMusEd ’93)
Alumni Award for Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Nicholas Molnar (BCom ’12)
Alumni Award for International Achievement: Dr Vandana Joshi MBBS, MPH, DCH (MPHlth ’99)
Alumni Award for Professional Achievement: Professor David Black AO (BSc ’59 MSc ’60)
Alumni Award for Service to Humanity: Professor Rose McGready (MBBS ’90)
Outstanding Achievements of Young Alumni Award: Dr Mohit Tolani (BMedSci (Hons) ’11)
Convocation Medal for Undergraduate Achievement: Sam Coggins (BSc(Agr) '18)
Edmund Barton Medal for Master’s by Coursework Achievement: Georgina Kreutzer (MArch '17)
John C Harsanyi Medal for International Student Achievement: Drew Trahms (MPolEc '17)
Nigel C Barker Medal for Academic and Sporting Achievement: Nicholas Hough (BIT(Hons) '17)
Rita and John Cornforth Medal for PhD Achievement: Dr Kylie Gwynne (PhD '17)
Sister Alison Bush Medal for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Achievement: Dean Cross (BVA '17)
The President's Award: Dr Colin Mathers (BSc ’75 PhD ’79)
Alumni Award for Cultural Contribution: Penelope Seidler AM (BArch '64)
Alumni Award for Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Emeritus Professor Vaughan Pratt (BSc '67 MSc '70)
Alumni Award for International Achievement: Antony Walker (BMus ’91)
Alumni Award for Professional Achievement: Dr Patricia Selkirk AAM (BSc ’64 PhD ’69)
Alumni Award for Service to Humanity: Annabelle Chauncy OAM (BA ’07 LLB ’10)
Outstanding Achievements of Young Alumni Award: Eddie Woo (BEd(Second)(Math)(Hons) ’08)
Convocation Medal for Undergraduate Achievement: Philippa Specker (BPsych(Hons) ’17)
Edmund Barton Medal for Master’s by Coursework Achievement: Rhys Michie (MHR ’17)
John C Harsanyi Medal for International Student Achievement: Nate Phumitharanon (BA(Hons) ’17)
Nigel C Barker Medal for Academic and Sporting Achievement: Kane Townsend (BSc(Hons) ’17)
Rita and John Cornforth Medal for PhD Achievement: Dr Lukasz Swiatek (BA(Media&Comms) (Hons) ’11 PhD ’16)
Sister Alison Bush Medal for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Achievement: Geoffrey Winters (BA(Hons) ’11 LLB ’16)
Alumni Award for Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Craig Barratt (BSc ’83 BE(Electrical) ’85)
Alumni Award for International Achievement: Tom Beer (BSc ’67)
Alumni Award for Professional Achievement: Roberta Shepherd (DipPhty ’56 DHlthSc(honoris causa) ’16)
Alumni Award for Service to Humanity: Haydn Perndt AM (MBBS ’77)
Young Alumni Achievement Award: Toby Thatcher (BMus(Perf) ’12)
Convocation Medal: Nina Ubaldi (BA(Hons) ’13 LLB ’15)
Edmund Barton Medal: Adam Bruce Fovent (BSc(Adv) ’11 JD ’16)
John C Harsanyi Medal: Ramanan S Arampamoorthy (MCom ’15)
Nigel C Barker Medal: Lavinia Chrystal (BEc(SocSc) ’13 MMgmt (CEMS) ’15)
Rita and John Cornforth Medal: Dr Tomonori Hu (BSc(Adv) ’10 MPhoOpSc ’11 PhD ’15)
Sister Alison Bush Medal: Mykaela Saunders (BEd(AboriginalStud) ’10 MEd(Research) ’15)
Alumni Award International Achievement: Professor Martin Silink AO (MMBS ’65 MD ’74)
Alumni Award Professional Achievement: Professor Mohamed Khadra (MEd ’94 PhD(Medicine) ’99)
Young Alumni Achievement Award: Jordan O’Reilly (BAppSc(OccThpy) ’13)
Convocation Medal: Alistair Kitchen (BA(Hons) ’15)
Edmund Barton Medal: Kerry Chen (BA(Adv)(Hons) ’12 MHPol ’15)
John C Harsanyi Medal: Linsong (Steven) Bai (BDesComp(Hons) ’14)
Nigel C Barker Medal: Hannah Matheson Buckling (BSc ’15)
Rita and John Cornforth Medal: Dr Michael Bowen (BA ’08 BA(Hons) ’10 PhD(Research) ’14)
Sister Alison Bush Medal: Chloe Jade Wighton (BA ’15)
Alumni Award for Community Achievement: Dr Peter Farrell AM (BE(Chem) ’64)
Alumni Award for International Achievement: Adjunct Professor Barry McCleary (BScAgr ’72 PhD ’76 DAgr ’89)
Alumni Award for Professional Achievement: Dr Amelia Afuha’amango Tu’ipulotu (PhD(Nursing) ’12)
Young Alumni Achievement Award: Dr Lachlan Blackhall (BE(Aerospace) ’07 BSc(AdvMaths) ’07)
Convocation Medal: HY William Chan (BDesArch(DigitalArch) ’11 BDesArch(Hons) ’13)
Edmund Barton Medal: Dr Benjamin Veness (MPH ’14 MBBS '14)
Nigel C Barker Medal: Angela Ballard (BSc ’11 BSc(Hons) ’14)
Rita and John Cornforth Medal: Dr Peter Hobbins (MMedHum ’09 PhD ’14)
Sister Alison Bush Medal: Dr John Gilroy (PhD ’13)
Alumni Award for Professional Achievement: Emeritus Professor Jeremy Davis AM (BEc ’64)
Young Alumni Achievement Award: Julie McKay (EMBA ’11)
Young Alumni Achievement Award: Majok Tulba (MSW ’09)
Convocation Medal: Daniel Ward (BA(Adv) ’09 BA(Hons) '10 LLB ’13)
Edmund Barton Medal: Eloise Howse (BA(Hons) ’12 MPHlth ’13)
John C Harsanyi Medal: Yun Liu (BIGS(Hons) ’13)
Nigel C Barker Medal: Dr Kiernan Dorney (BA ’08 MBBS ’13)
Rita and John Cornforth Medal: Dr Gregory Fox (MIntPHlth ’07 PhD(Medicine) ’13)
Sister Alison Bush Medal: Aaron Ellis (MIL ’13)
Alumni Award for Community Achievement: Mary Kostakidis (BA '77)
Alumni Award for International Achievement: Dr David Hunter (MBBS ’82)
Alumni Award for Professional Achievement: Belinda Hutchinson AC (BEc ’76)
Young Alumni Achievement Award: Dr Eric Knight (BA ’06 LLB ’07 )
Convocation Medal: Andrew Thomas (BEc(Hons) ’11 LLB '13)
Convocation Medal: Patrick Bateman (BEcSocSc(Hons) ’10 LLB ’12)
Edmund Barton Medal: Joanna Whitney (BScVet ’02 BVSc ’04 MVSc(Honoris Causa) ’11)
John C Harsanyi Medal: Christian Sautter (MIntBusLaw ’11)
Nigel C Barker Medal: Alexandra Croak (BAppSc(OT) ’10) MHlthSc(SexHlth) ’12)
Rita and John Cornforth Medal: Dr Jodie Ingles (PhD(Medicine) ’11 MPHlth ‘15)
Sister Alison Bush Medal: Scott Wilson (GradDipIndigH(SubUse) ’10 MIndigH(SubUse) ’12)
Alumni Award for International Achievement: Associate Professor Robyn Alders AO (BSc(Vet) ’83 BVetSc ’84 DipVetClinStud ’86)
Alumni Award for International Achievement: David Anstice (BEc '70 HonFellow '09)
Alumni Award for Professional Achievement: Dr Wirginia Maixner (MBBS ’86)
Young Alumni Achievement Award: Corey Payne (BCom ’07 MCom ‘14)
Convocation Medal: Naomi Hart (BA(Hons) ’09 LLB ’11)
Convocation Medal: Nathaniel Ware (BEc(Hons) ’11)
Edmund Barton Medal: Erin Law (MN ’11)
Rita and John Cornforth Medal: Dr Kirsten Harley (BSc ’92 PhD ’10)
*Five Graduate Medal categories were introduced in 2011
Alumni Award for International Achievement: Baroness Rachel Gardner of Parkes AM (BDS '54 Hon Fellow '07)
Alumni Award for Professional Achievement: Dr John Laker AO (BEc '72)
Young Alumni Achievement Award: Ross Langdon (BSc(Arch) '02 BArch '05)
Young Alumni Achievement Award: Jack Manning Bancroft (BA(Media & Comm) '07)
Convocation Medal: Stephanie Mawson (BA(Hons) ’10 MPh(Research) '15)
Alumni Award for International Achievement: Sir Michael Hintze AM (BS ’75 BE(Elec) ’77)
Alumni Award for Professional Achievement: Paul Dyer AO (DipMusEd ’81 BMus ’83)
Young Alumni Achievement Award: Anna Rose (BA ’05 LLB ’08)
Convocation Medal: Dr Jack Clegg (BLibStud(Hons) '04 PhD '08 LLB '09)
Convocation Medal: Anna Garsia (BSc(Adv)(Hons) '06 LLB '09)
Alumni Award for International Achievement: Professor Charles MacKenzie AO (BSc(Vet) '69 BVetSc '71 PhD '76)
Alumni Award for Professional Achievement: Professor Creswell Eastman (MBBS '65 MD '80)
Young Alumni Achievement Award: Andrew Tanner (BCom ‘04 BE(Mech) '04 EMBA ‘14)
Convocation Medal: Andrew McLeod (BSc(Adv)(Hons) '08 LLB ‘10)
*Three Alumni Achievement Award categories were introduced in 2008
Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Adjunct Associate Professor John Gullotta AM (BPharm '86)
Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Professor John Wong (BSc(Med) '66 PhD(Medicine) '72 MD(Honoris Causa) '95)
Convocation Medal: Nikolas Kirby (BA(Hons) '07 LLB ‘09)
Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Professor Jocelyn Chey AM (BA '61 PhD '71)
Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Professor Kim Oates AM (MBBS '67 MD '85 DSc '06)
Convocation Medal: Fiona Roughley (BA(Hons) '06 LLB ‘08)
Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Louise Cox AM (BArch '63 DipTCPlan ‘71)
Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Dr Malcolm Deall OAM (BDS '76)
Convocation Medal: Jonathan Bonnitcha (BEc(SocSc) '04 LLB ‘06)
Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Associate Professor Mabel Lee (BA '62 PhD '66)
Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Phillip J Tuckerman AM (BEc '76)
Convocation Medal: Sam Williams (BSc '03 BA(Hons) '03)
Convocation Medal: Louise Pounder (BA '00 LLB '03)
Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Iain A Macdonald (Materia Medica '60)
Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Dr Timothy McManus (BVSc '58)
Convocation Medal: Dr Sarah Kummerfeld (BSc(Adv)(Hons) '02)
Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Dr Sandra Meihubers (BDS '77 Grad Dip H. Dent '82)
Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Dr Rowan Nicks AO OBE (MD(Honoris Causa) '85)
Convocation Medal: Dr Annaleise Howard-Jones (BSc(Adv)(Hons) '01 MSc '02 MBBS ‘12)
Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Andrew W Gullotta OAM (Materia Medica '62)
Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Dr Donald James Weatherburn (BA '74 PhD '81)
Convocation Medal: Dr Stuart Prescott (BSc(Adv) '00 PhD '04)
Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Anne Edgeworth (BSc '42)
Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Hugh H Ralston AM (BE(Aeronautical) '57)
Convocation Medal: Dr Malcolm Kennett (BSc '98 MSc '00)
Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: James M Gosper AM OBE (BE(Civil) '32)
Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Sydney Saville (BSc(Agr) '51 Dip Ed '52)
Convocation Medal: Dominique Hogan-Doran (BEc(SocSc) '91 LLB ’93 LLM ‘04