Six Academy Fellows have been recognised for their contributions to research and education in the 2023 Order of Australia Honours List.
Officer of the Order of Australia
- Emeritus Professor Robert Manne AO FASSA from La Trobe University, recognised for distinguished service to tertiary education, to political and social commentary, to public affairs and to the Indigenous community.
- Emeritus Professor Ian Ramsay AO FASSA from the University of Melbourne, recognised for distinguished service to the law, to regulatory bodies, to tertiary education, and to law reform.
Members of the Order of Australia
- Emeritus Professor Jenny Hocking AM FASSA from Monash University, recognised for her significant service to the preservation of Australian political history. You can listen to Professor Hocking’s interview on our Seriously Social podcast on the release of her acclaimed The Palace Letters here.
- Emeritus Professor Stephen Duckett AM FASSA FAHMS from RMIT University; former Health Program Director at the Grattan Institute and Departmental Secretary, recognised for his significant service to public health policy and management, and to tertiary education.
- Professor David Hensher AM FASSA from the University of Sydney, recognised for his significant service to transport and to supply chain management. You can hear our Seriously Social interview with Professor Hensher on the impact of COVID-19 on commuting habits here.
Medal of the Order of Australia
- Professor Ngaire Naffine OAM FASSA FAAL from the University of Adelaide; recognised for her service to the law and the legal profession.
The Academy congratulates these Fellows and all other Australians recognised for their contributions under the Order of Australia.