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Recognising achievements for more than 40 years
Meet our most recent Alumni Achievement Award and Graduate Medal winners, along with past recipients.

2020 Alumni Achievement Award winners

President’s Award (awarded posthumously)

Dedicating his life to reproductive medicine and genetics, Professor Robert Jansen founded Genea (originally Sydney IVF) in 1985. His pioneering research has given thousands of Australian couples the gift of parenthood. Professor Jansen was part of a team that developed an ultrasound technique for the safer, less intrusive collection of a woman’s ova. He was made a Member of the Order of Australia in 2012 for his service to medical research and education and was the Clinical Professor of Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Neonatology (Central Clinical School) at the Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Sydney. Professor Jansen continued working despite a 2014 cancer diagnosis, and later that same year, gave an address at the International IVF Conference where he received a standing ovation. He sadly passed away on July 12, 2014.

Alumni Award for Service to Humanity

Working in sub-Saharan Africa for 17 years, Dr Andrew Browning has helped over 10,000 women improve their maternal health. As a senior obstetric fistula surgeon he has particularly had a transformative effect on the lives of women with this depilating, socially isolating condition; a condition repaired as a matter of course during baby delivery in developed countries but often goes untreated elsewhere. To help more women, Dr Browning has founded three hospitals across Ethiopia and Tanzania, with a fourth planned in South Sudan. He also teaches other surgeons to do this tricky procedure. All this is underpinned by his tireless fundraising through the Barbara May Foundation which he co-founded. Dr Browning currently consults for the United Nations and the International Federation of Gynaecology and Obstetrics. He began his career working under the late Dr Catherine Hamlin AC.

Alumni Award for Cultural Contribution

During a health crisis, it can be vitally important that interactions with a patient reflect their cultural beliefs and practices; an approach called transcultural nursing. Dr Akram Omeri was the first to establish this practice in Australia. Transcultural nursing aims to make nursing more accommodating to the innate needs of a patient, regardless of race, ethnicity, language, gender or sexual orientation. Dr Omeri was born in Iran and studied in Tehran, before taking her skills and hunger to learn around the world, ultimately deciding to stay in Australia. She was the first person outside North America to receive the Leininger Award for excellence in transcultural nursing and was awarded the Nursing Scholar Award by the Transcultural Nursing Society. Dr Omeri’s teaching and advocating for transcultural nursing has hugely enriched the nursing profession.

Outstanding Achievements of Young Alumni Award

As the Head of the Nerve Centre - a data analytics firm in Pakistan, Dr Hussain Nadim provides policy advisory to the Government of Pakistan on matters of security and peace. He received an Outstanding Service Award from the Government of Pakistan in 2015 and was recognised as a global leader in the 2016 Forbes Magazine ‘30 Under 30’. During his scholarship-funded PhD in government and international relations at the University of Sydney, he advised the Australian Federal Police and other governing bodies on how to tackle extremism. Dr Nadim completed his undergraduate degree at George Washington University, where he also received an Outstanding Alumni Achievement Award in 2016.

Alumni Award for International Achievement

One of the world’s most cited scholars in melanoma pathology, Professor Richard Scolyer is an international leader in melanoma research, clinical care, oncology and pathology. He is currently the Vice President of International Academy of Pathology Executive Council and the Clinical Professor of Pathology at Central Clinical School, the Faculty of Medicine and Health at the University of Sydney. As well, he is ranked the world’s number one melanoma pathologist and number six melanoma expert in any field or discipline.

Alumni Award for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Dr Alex Abrahams transformed dental practice in Australia by establishing the largest branded dental network, Pacific Smiles, which has over 95 dental centres across the country and engages more than 600 dentists. A philanthropist and investor in start-ups for the greater good, he has provided: seed funding and mentorship for Group Homes Australia, an innovative dementia care model where residents live in suburban homes with 24-hour care; the blood testing group, Haemokinesis, which develops products for emergency and transfusion medicine; and established the Rosebrook Foundation to fund the arts and healthcare research in Australia. Through the Rosebrook Foundation, Dr Abrahams donated $3.6 million to the University of Sydney’s Chair of Lifespan Oral Health. Together with his wife, Sue, he also funds an Indigenous scholarship at the University.

Alumni Award for Professional Achievement

Premesh Chandran led a media revolution in Malaysia while advocating tirelessly for freedom of the press and human rights. He is the co-founder and CEO of the Malaysiakini website, once a small news service facing constant government harassment, but now the most popular news site in Malaysia. Chandran founded Malaysiakini in 2015 with an early story exposing the Malaysian government’s unlawful detention of six political activists, information usually hidden from the Malaysian people. Much more was to come. The fearless reporting of Malaysiakini during the last elections is widely credited with helping end Malaysia’s long history of being a one-party state. Chandran is also a TED fellow and speaks around the world about the importance of journalism and free media.

2020 Graduate Medal winners

The Sister Alison Bush Medal for contribution to Indigenous community

Dr Bronwyn Bancroft is a passionate advocate for Indigenous voices across a variety of industries and sectors. She is a Director in Arts Law, a Director in Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME), and a member of the Commonwealth Bank Indigenous Advisory Council. A senior artist and proud Bundjalung Woman, her work is held in the collections of major institutions including the National Gallery of Australia, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Parliament House Art Collection, State Library of New South Wales, Australian Museum and Artbank. She is also the mother of Jack Manning-Bancroft, the founder of Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME) and NSW Young Australian of the Year in 2010.

The John C Harsanyi Medal for innovation

Dr Mo'ayyad E. Suleiman (PhD(Research) '19) is the CTO of DetectED-X – an interactive program that improves the diagnostic efficacy of radiologists and other clinicians around the round. DetectED-X was awarded the Australasian Startup of the Year for Community and Social Good by StartCon in 2019. Most recently, he was a part of the team that adapted this software to help radiologists detect COVID-19 in the lungs (CovED). Dr Suleiman’s research focuses on radiation dose optimisation for screening mammography.

The Convocation Medal for undergraduate leadership

Annabelle Traves' University journey began at just 14, when she was part of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music Rising Stars Program, where she was awarded a scholarship. Since then, she has been Concertmaster for the University’s Symphony Orchestra, Australian Youth Orchestra and Ensemble Apex; performed with a host of international musicians from Diana Krall to Bruce Springsteen; and established the Katrina Dawson Foundation Concert to help the Foundation to create opportunities for exceptional young women. Traves recently accepted a master’s position for solo violin performance at the Hochschule fur Musik und Tanz Cologne, in Germany.

The Nigel C Barker Medal for sporting achievement

Nicholas Phipps is a professional Rugby Union Player for the Wallabies and NSW Waratahs. He has played over 200 professional games – including winning a silver medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games. He is dedicated to supporting the Sydney University Football Club, where he played a key role in securing a second Premiership for the Club. Phipps is an ambassador for the Royal Flying Doctors Service and Chris O’Brien Lifehouse.

The Rita and John Cornforth Medal for research excellence

Dr Michelle Barakat-Johnson is a leading senior health professional in nursing practice, a lecturer and recognised national leader. Her doctoral research on hospital-acquired pressure injury (HAPI) used implementation science to guide a new approach and inform practice change which resulted in a 51.4% decrease in HAPI incidence and substantial organisational cost savings. Dr Barakat-Johnson’s research led to the formation of a state-wide pressure injury collaborative. She was awarded the prestigious Excellence in Innovation in Research award from the NSW Health Nursing and Midwifery sector in 2019.

The Edmund Barton Medal for postgraduate leadership

A recipient of an Australian Government Endeavour Research Fellowship, Dr Jessica Talbot pursued collaborative research on fungal diseases and antifungal resistance at the world-renowned Westerdijk Fungal Biodiversity Institute in the Netherlands. During her PhD studies, she volunteered at the University of Sydney Veterinary Teaching Hospital to establish and provide pop-up veterinary clinic services for disadvantaged people and their pets through BaptistCare HopeStreet. She also established the Greenway Housing Commission Community-Vet-to-Pet Care Program.

Past recipients

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 Cultural Contribution: Ben Quilty (BVA ’96)

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 for Community Achievement: Joan Hume OAM (DipEd ’69 BA ’69 MA ’84)

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: Mark Fraser LVO OAM (EMBA ’13)

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 Community Achievement: Dr Russell Dickens OAM (BVSc ’54 MVSc ’75)

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: David Handley (BA ’87 LLB ’89)

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 AM (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 Community Achievement: Anne Crawford AM (BA ’85 BSW ’87)

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 Community Achievement: Clr Clover Moore (BA '69)

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 Community Achievement: John Studdy AM FCA (BE ’52)

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 Community Achievement: Associate Professor Ross Steele AM (BA '60)

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: Dr Neal Peres Da Costa (BMus '87)

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: Col James AM (DipTCPlan '77)

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: Associate Professor Joseph Canalese OAM (MBBS '73)

Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Dr Veronica Lambert (BDS '82)

Convocation Medal: James Cowling (BCST(Hons) '05)

 

Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Hugh Mackay AO (BA '62)

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: Professor Margaret A Burgess AO (MBBS '61 MD '71)

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: Margaret A Davidson (DSCM '53)

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: John A Bell AM OBE (BA '63 DLitt(Honoris Causa) '96)

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: Maree Gwendoline Browne (BA '81)

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: Rhondda E Figgis Close (Materia Medica '53)

Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Dr Antonia M Scott (BDS '71)

Convocation Medal: Dr Chloe Amy Flutter (BA '99)

Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Dr Maxwell R Banks AM (BSc(Hons) '47)

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: Paul A Pholeros AM (BSc '74 BArch(Hons) '77)

Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Associate Professor Paul J Torzillo AM (MB BS '76)

Convocation Medal: Dr Anthony Henderson (BSc '97)

Convocation Medal: Dr Kathleen Riley (BA '97)

Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Dindy Belinda Vaughan (BA(Hons) '67)

Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Dr Miklos J Pohl OAM (MBBS '73)

Convocation Medal: Dr Josephine Trott (BScAgr '96)

Convocation Medal: Dr Christina Ho (BEc(SocSc) ‘96 PhD ‘04)

Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Major William "Digger" James AC MBE MC OStJ (MBBS '64)

Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Huon M Hassall OAM (BSc(Agr) '56)

Convocation Medal: Dr Benjamin Kremer (BSc '95 LLB '97)

Convocation Medal: Dr Michael Fullilove (BA '94)

Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Dr Berel L Behrens (MBBS '64)

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 

Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Emeritus Professor Ronald Bracewell AO (BSc '41 BE '43 ME '48)

Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: Dr Hugh Gordon (BVSc '31 DVSc '69)

Alumni Award for Achievement in Community Service: June Jeremy (MEd '88)

Convocation Medal: Dr Andrew Berry (BSc '91)

Convocation Medal: Dr Anna K Donald (BA '89)

Convocation Medal: Dr Andrew Bell SC (BA '88 LLB '90)

Convocation Medal: Dr Andrew Bell SC (BA '88 LLB '90)

Convocation Medal: Dr Christopher Mark Kelly (BA '86)

Convocation Medal: Jeremy Martin Kriewaldt (BA '83 LLB '85 LLM '94)

Convocation Medal: Chris J. Wilkinson (BSc '80 BE(Civil) '82 BA '91)

Convocation Medal: Alan John (BA '80)

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