Australia Day Honours 2018
Congratulations to the following Queen’s College Wyverns, parents and friends who received 2018 Australia Day Honours
Companion (AC) in the General Division
Professor Janet McCalman (Friend of Queen’s College)
For eminent service to education, particularly in the field of social history, as a leading academic, researcher and author, as a contributor to multi-disciplinary curriculum development, and through the promotion of history to the wider community.
Officer (AO) in the General Division
Professor David Coventry (Past Parent)
For distinguished service to primary industry, particularly to sustainable agricultural production, as an academic and researcher, and through the facilitation of training programs and scholarships in developing countries.
Mr Ian Darling (Past Parent)
For distinguished service to documentary film production, to the performing arts, education and community engagement, and to social welfare organisations through philanthropic endeavours.
Professor John Kalman (Friend of Queen’s College)
For distinguished service to medicine, particularly to cardiac electrophysiology as a clinician and academic, and through roles with a range of national and international heart rhythm societies.
Emeritus Professor Russell Lansbury AM (Wyvern, 1969)
For distinguished service to industrial relations education as an academic, researcher and author, through contributions to international arbitration foundations, and as a mentor of young academics.
Mr Ian Robertson (Wyvern, 1974, Past Parent)
For distinguished service to the arts, particularly the Australian film industry through executive roles in the screen production sector, as a patron and benefactor, and to the law.
Member (AM) in the General Division
Professor Susan Elliott (Honourary Wyvern and Past Council member)
For significant service to education as an academic administrator, as a clinician in the field of gastroenterology, and to educational institutions in the Asia-Pacific.
Dr Judith Slocombe (Past Parent)
For significant service to the community through child protection programs, and to veterinarian science as a clinician, innovator and mentor.
Medal (OAM) in the General Division
Mr John Bateman (Past Parent)
For service to local government, and to the community of Nepean.