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Honorary Titles Conferred

Honorary Titles Awarded

    » Emeritus Professor

    Emeritus Professor

    Professor Peter Carpenter – awarded on 18 November 2004
    Professor John Coll – awarded on 30 March 2006
    Professor Tony d'Arbon fms – awarded on 17 August 2009
    Professor Bernard Daffey – awarded on 13 July 1995
    Professor Michael Doyle – awarded on 13 August 1998
    Professor Peter Drake AM – awarded on 9 October 1997
    Professor Patrick Duignan – awarded on 1 January 2008
    Professor Muredach Dynan – awarded on 18 November 2004
    Professor Jack Flanagan – awarded on 24 November 2005
    Professor Wolfgang Grichting – awarded on 25 May 2000
    Professor Pamela Joyce – awarded on 24 July 1997
    Professor Gabrielle McMullen AM – awarded on 16 September 2010
    Professor Francis J Moloney sdb, AM – awarded on 17 November 2008
    Professor John O’Gorman – awarded on 1 January 2009
    Professor Peter Sheehan AO – awarded on 1 February 2008
    Professor Dan Stewart cfc AO – awarded on 30 March 2006
    Professor Peter Wilson – awarded on 1 January 2009
    Mr Chris Sheargold – awarded on 13 June 2012

    » Honorary Fellow

    Honorary Fellow

    Dr Tracey Anderson – awarded for 3 years to 23 May 2015 – in recognition of her outstanding achievements in the field of educational psychology and research, and her contributions to the NSW Early Childhood Education team.
    Reverend Dr Sarah Bachelard – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2014in recognition of her expertise in the fields of theology, ethics, philosophy and spirituality.
    Dr Patricia Bazeley – renewed for 3 years to 15 November 2013 – in recognition of her expertise in the area of research methodologies and contribution to the ACU Social Justice and Quality of Life Research Centre.
    Ms Margaret Beck – awarded for 3 years to 28 August 2015 – in recognition of her valued contributions to Australian Catholic University through her work in Baucau, her engagement with the Timor-Leste community and her guidance of course quality assurance at the Teacher’s College.
    Mrs Cara and Dr Clive Beed – awarded for 3 years to 28 July 2013 – in recognition of their capacity as active researchers with an impressive record of publication in the area of economics and theology.
    Dr Harald Bergsteiner – awarded for 3 years to 21 September 2013 – in recognition of his significant publishing record and research standing.
    Dr Maria Aurora Correa Bernardo – renewed for 3 years to 9 November 2015 – in recognition of her work with the Institute for Advancing Community Engagement and Centre for Creative and Authentic Leadership, and her long association with De La Salle University.
    Associate Professor Jeffrey Bloechl – awarded for 3 years to 15 November 2014 – in recognition of his valued reputation as an internationally renowned scholar in philosophy.
    Dr Stephen Bunker awarded for 3 years to 28 August 2015 – in recognition of his expertise in the area of cardiac rehabilitation, including his contributions to the establishment of the Victorian, and Australian, Associations of Cardiac Rehabilitation, and his high calibre research collaboration in the area of cardiac rehabilitation and in reducing cardiovascular disease risk.
    Dr Christopher Chan – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2014 – in recognition of his expertise in human resource and health care management.
    Dr Julie Clark – awarded for 3 years to 28 July 2013 – in recognition of her achievements as an active long-term staff member of ACU with a strong external reputation.
    Associate Professor Robert-Leigh Compton – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2013 – in recognition of his expertise in the field of human resource management.
    Rev Dr Barry Craig, SLD – awarded for 3 years to 9 November 2015 – in recognition of his expertise in the field of early Christian liturgy and ritual.
    Ms Maya Cranitch – awarded for 3 years to 3 May 2013 – in recognition of her contribution to language and literacy education and developing programs of relevance for teaching English to speakers of other languages.
    Sr Rosemary Crumlin rsm OAM – awarded for 3 years to 16 June 2014 – in recognition of her expertise and experience as an art educator and her willingness to contribute to the ACU research quantum via the production of high level publications.
    Dr Anne Cunningham – awarded for 3 years to 23 May 2015 – in recognition of her excellence in the area of Australian Catholic religious history.
    The Honourable Justice Martin Daubney – renewed for 3 years to 15 November 2013 – in recognition of his continued association with the University and his capacity as a distinguished legal practitioner.
    Dr Kathleen Dauguet – awarded for 3 years to 3 May 2013 – in recognition of her contribution in facilitating the contact with Bureau de l’Education Catholique in Mauritius and her contribution to the Faculty of Education.
    Dr Leoni Degenhardt – renewed for 3 years to 23 May 2015 – in recognition of her valued contribution to education as a recognised innovator in school structure, focusing on self-directed schools.
    Dr Annemarie Devereux – renewed for 3 years to 15 November 2013 – in recognition of her expertise and commendable publication record in the area of human rights, and her significant contribution to the ACU Institute of Legal Studies.
    Dr Therese D’Orsa – awarded for 3 years to 26 July 2013 – in recognition of her significant roles in the Church, her scholarship and her wish to further her involvement with the University.
    Dr John Dupuche – renewed for 3 years to 9 March 2014 – in recognition of his ongoing support of the Asia-Pacific Centre for Inter-Religious Dialogue.
    Reverend Dr Thomas Elich – awarded till 9 March 2014 – in recognition of his willingness to assist in developing the profile of liturgical studies at the University.
    Dr Margaret Ghosn mshf – awarded for 3 years to 21 September 2013 – in recognition of her scholarly work in the area of youth ministry and ethnic youth.
    Mr Jonathan Gillis – awarded for 3 years to 15 November 2014 – in recognition of his outstanding reputation in the field of medicine and medical ethics.
    Dr Stefano Girola – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2014 – in recognition of his willingness to participate in research seminars and supervision of HDR students.
    Rev Dr Gerald Gleeson – awarded for 3 years to 23 May 2015 – in recognition of his leadership and highly regarded reputation in the field of Catholic Bioethics, and his ongoing support of the Plunkett Centre for Ethics.
    Ms Dianne Gursansky – awarded for 3 years to 21 September 2013 – in recognition of her distinguished career as a social work academic and a consultant in human services.
    Dr Peter Hai – awarded for 3 years to 28 July 2013 – in anticipation of his contribution to the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy’s research strength in Contemporary Catholic Theology, especially in his exploration of ecclesiology and inter-religious issues.
    Rev Dr Chris Hanlon – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2013 – in recognition of his expertise as a church historian with wide-ranging proficiency in teaching, supervision and research.
    Dr Margaret Hannan sgs – renewed for 3 years to 28 July 2013 – in recognition of her capacity as an active member of the ACU Centre for Early Christian Studies and continued commitment to relevant research activity and publishing.
    Mr Evan Harris – awarded for 3 years to 28 July 2013 – in recognition of his contributions to ACU during the past seventeen years and his commitment to contribute to community engagement projects, including the Clemente program in Brisbane.
    Dr Thomas Harris – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2014 – in recognition of his expertise in alternative natural therapies for people with chronic illnesses.
    Dr Tessa Louise Hillgrove – awarded for 3 years to 15 November 2014 – in recognition of her valued contribution as a researcher and public health practitioner.
    Mr David Hutton OAM – awarded for 3 years to 28 August 2015 – in recognition of his outstanding reputation as an educator and administrator in state, Catholic schools, and his success in the role of Executive Director of Brisbane Catholic Education.
    Mr A K M Rashidal Islam – awarded for 3 years to 28 August 2015 – in recognition of his extensive experience in online program delivery and support, and his contributions as the lead academic in the Supply Chain Management program.
    Dr Kristin Johnston rsj – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2013 – in recognition of her strong commitment to Catholic education and community engagement within the University, the Church and wider community.
    Associate Professor Marie Joyce – renewed for 3 years to 15 November 2013 – in recognition of her long and productive association with the ACU Quality of Life and Social Justice Research Centre, and her notable research output.
    Dr Dominic Katter – renewed for 3 years to 9 March 2014 – in recognition of his association and willingness to assist in the Faculty of Business.
    Br Aengus Kavanagh – awarded for 3 years to 9 November 2015 – in recognition of his success as an educational leader, his lifelong experience of Catholic religious orders and educational systems, and his valued contribution in the ELIM program for experienced education leaders.
    Dr Berenice Kerr rsm – awarded for 3 years to 28 August 2015 – in recognition of her outstanding achievements as an educator and administrator in religious institutions and systemic Catholic schools.
    Dr Aneta Kotevski – awarded for 3 years to 28 August 2015 – in recognition of her research and publications, particularly in the area of adolescent mental health and wellbeing, and her work with the Psychology Senior Proven Researcher Team.
    Dr John Lamont awarded for 3 years to 23 May 2015 – in recognition of his excellence in the field of philosophy, his publications in the Higher Education Research Data Collection (HERDC) and his ongoing collaboration with the Senior Proven Researcher Team (SPRT).
    Dr David Andrew Leary OFM – renewed for 3 years to 15 November 2014 – in recognition of his valued contribution to the University through his participation as a member of the Institute of Counselling.
    Rev Dr Richard Leonard sj – renewed for 3 years to 21 September 2013 – in recognition of his highly regarded professional background and strong publications record, and his continuing contributions to the work of the University.
    Dr David Lindley – awarded for 3 years to 15 February 2014 – in recognition of his expertise in Information Technology and Business Systems.
    Dr Robert Long – awarded for 3 years to 21 September 2013 – in recognition of his wide range of expertise and qualifications in theology, human services, management and social justice.
    Mr Remy Low – awarded for 3 years to 9 November 2015 – in recognition of his valued contributions to the Mount Druitt University Hub, and his willingness to participate in the activities of the Institute for Advancing Community Engagement.
    Dr Rosa MacGinley PBVM – renewed for 3 years to 15 November 2014 – in recognition of her support of and willingness to assist in the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.
    Dr Anne-Marie Makin – awarded for 3 years to 23 May 2015 – in recognition of her expertise in Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) and her record in academic publishing.
    Dr Lorraine McDonald – awarded for 3 years to 28 July 2013 - in recognition of her contribution to ACU over a period of 32 years, and her commitment to mentoring and supporting new staff and assisting doctoral students within the ACU School of Education (NSW).
    Dr Sophie McGrath RSM – renewed for 3 years to 9 March 2014 – in recognition of her support of the Golding Centre and willingness to assist in the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.
    Dr Paul McQuillan – renewed till 9 November 2015 – in recognition of his interest in the University's activities and continued association with the School of Religious Education.
    Sr Margaret Madden – awarded for 3 years to 16 June 2014 – in recognition of the important link she will provide between ACU’s Faculty of Education and the international education sector, specifically in relation to the support of ACU’s quality assurance commitments at the Notre Dame Institute of Education.
    Very Rev Dr John Manoussakis – awarded for 3 years to 10 August 2014 – in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the profession of Philosophy and his considerable research expertise, particularly in the areas of Continental philosophy and philosophy of religion.
    Dr Yoshimi Matsuda – renewed for 3 years to 15 November 2013 – in recognition of her internationally significant work in the area of Morita therapy.
    Rev Dr Patrick McInerney SSC – awarded for 3 years to 15 November 2014 – in recognition of his outstanding promotion of dialogue, mutual understanding, respect and collaboration between Christians and followers of other religions.
    Dr Robert Mihajlovski – awarded for 3 years to 21 September 2013 – in recognition of his contributions to work of relevance to the ACU Centre for Early Christian Studies and publishing record.
    Dr Alan Moss cfc – renewed for 3 years to 21 September 2013 – in recognition of his continuing contributions to the work of the University.
    Rabbi Frederick Morgan – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2014 – in recognition of his willingness to participate in the activity of The Asia-Pacific Centre for Inter-Religious Dialogue (APCID), especially by helping to enhance the involvement of the Jewish scholars in the Centre.
    Dr Denis O’Hara – awarded for 3 years to 15 November 2014 – in recognition of his valued experience and expertise as a lecturer and researcher in the areas of counselling and counselling psychology which will assist the University as it works to strengthen counselling on its campuses.
    Dr Celina Pascoe – awarded for 3 years to 15 February 2014 – in recognition of her remarkable publication record and expertise in the area of management and organisational behaviour.
    Dr Miriam Pepper – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2014 – in recognition of her willingness to assist in the National Church Life Survey by contributing theoretical perspectives on religion and environmental attitudes and behaviours.
    Dr Stephanie Plenty – awarded for 3 years to 23 May 2015 – in recognition of her previous role with the Senior Proven Researcher Team in the School of Psychology, her publications in the areas of educational research and psychology, and her wish to generate future international collaborative projects with ACU.
    Dr Rapin Quinn – renewed for 3 years to 10 August 2014 – in recognition of her academic background in development along with her work as a practitioner and researcher.
    Dr Anita Ray – renewed till 9 November 2015 – in recognition of her interest in the University's activities and continued association with the Asia-Pacific Centre for Inter-religious Dialogue.
    Mr Stephen Reid
    – awarded for 3 years to 21 September 2013 – in recognition of his expertise in quantitative analysis and reporting, particularly with respect to the National Church Life Survey and World Youth Day research.
    Dr Dan Riley – awarded for 3 years to 28 August 2015 – in recognition of his significant work in the Centre for Creative and Authentic Leadership, and his experience in both academic and Catholic educational circles.
    Dr Kathy Robinson – awarded for 3 years to 23 May 2015 – in recognition of her outstanding achievements in the fields of biological sciences and professional education, and her continuing engagement in the International Development Studies and Global Studies courses at ACU.
    Dr John Rolley – awarded for 3 years to 28 August 2015 – in recognition of his commitment to research, his enthusiasm for developing and supporting new researchers, and his contributions to the Master of Clinical Practise (Cardiac and Interventional Cardiology streams).
    Rev Dr Thomas Ryan sm – awarded for 3 years to 21 September 2013 – in recognition of his considerable research and teaching expertise in the field of Moral Theology.
    Dr Annette Schneider – awarded for 3 years to 15 November 2014 – in recognition of her valued contribution to the School of Educational Leadership and, more recently, the Learning and Teaching Centre.
    Ms Sharon Schneider – awarded for 3 years to 9 November 2015 – in recognition of her expertise in the areas of school suspension and children’s rights, and her valuable contributions to the Psychology Senior Proven Researcher Team (SPRT).
    Dr Ruth Sheridan – awarded for 3 years to 16 June 2014 – in recognition of her affiliation with ACU via research publications and her willingness to participate in research seminars, offering advice and, where appropriate, supervision to higher degree research students.
    Dr Caroline Smith – awarded for 3 years to 28 July 2013 – in recognition of her contributions to ACU, particularly in the areas of futures education and sustainability.
    Dr Peter Stork – renewed to 15 November 2014 – in recognition of his continued assistance and support of the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.
    Dr Paul Tyson – awarded for 3 years to 14 February 2015 – in recognition of his scholarship in the area of philosophy and his capacity to contribute to the work of the School of Philosophy.
    Mr Gerard Webster MAPsS – awarded for 3 years to 28 August 2015 – in recognition of his reputation as a psychologist and educator, his extensive work in the Catholic education sector, and his involvement with the Institute for Advancing Community Engagement (IACE) as a volunteer researcher and resource person.
    Dr Linda Wilkins – awarded for 3 years to 21 September 2013 – in recognition of her considerable research standing, including the receipt of a Council of Australian Governments research grant for a Caring for Older People project.
    Dr Rivka Witenberg – awarded for 3 years to 28 August 2015 – in recognition of her international reputation for research, particularly in the area of tolerance, and your generous support for ACU’s Higher Degree Research students and staff.
    Dr Marian Wai-Lin Wong – awarded to 15 November 2014 – in recognition of her valued and extensive experience in nurse education in Hong Kong and internationally.

    » Adjunct Professor

    Adjunct Professor

    Mr Jose Aguilera – awarded for 3 years to 16 June 2013 – in recognition of his work as a leader in the establishment of the Chair of Nursing (Research), appointed jointly between ACU and St Vincent’s & Mater Health, Sydney, as well as his collaboration in respect of the formation of the ACU Nursing Research Institute.
    Associate Professor Peter Bastian – awarded for 3 years to 4 November 2013 – in recognition of his standing as an eminent historian and his reputation in academic publishing.
    Professor Joan Barclay Lloyd – renewed for 3 years to 8 March 2014 – in recognition of her support of the work of the Centre for Early Christian Studies with Australian Catholic University, and her continued interest in the University's activities.
    Dr Anne Benjamin – renewed for 3 years to 15 September 2014 – in recognition of her interest in the University’s activities and continued association with the Faculty of Education.
    Mrs Linda Blackwell – awarded for 3 years to 7 December 2013 – in recognition of her contribution to the ACU School of Physiotherapy, particularly her work as an external consultant for the School of Physiotherapy and her assistance in gaining Australian Physiotherapy Council accreditation for the Bachelor of Physiotherapy.
    Fr Joseph John Caddy – renewed for 3 years to 7 December 2013 – in recognition of his significant contribution to the work of the Quality of Life and Social Justice Research Centre.
    Br Kelvin Canavan – renewed for 3 years to 13 June 2015 – in recognition of his significant contribution to the development and teaching of the new Master of System Leadership course, your assistance in the organisation of the Centre for Creative and Authentic Leadership international conference 2013, and your invaluable affiliation with ACU.
    Dr Paul Chesterton – renewed for 3 years to 13 June 2015 – in recognition of his contributions towards and expertise evaluation of various projects in ACU.
    Most Reverend Mark Coleridge DD – renewed for 3 years to 15 September 2014 – in recognition of his continuing contribution to the work of the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.
    Mr Stephen Cornelissen – awarded for 3 years to 13 December 2014 – in recognition of his leadership in the area of health and aged care services in Victoria and invaluable support in the instigation and development of a Char in Aged Care.
    Bishop Tim Costelloe sdb DD – renewed for 3 years to 13 December 2014 – in recognition of his on-going participation, where practical, in Faculty research seminars; the presentation of occasional lectures; and the mentoring of HDR students.
    Professor Michael Costigan – renewed for 3 years to 15 September 2014 – in recognition of his continuing contribution to the work of the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.
    Professor Daniel Courteix – awarded for 3 years to 15 September 2014 - in recognition of his international excellence in musculoskeletal research.
    Ms Debra Cutler – awarded for 3 years to 13 December 2014 – in recognition of her leadership in the establishment of a research partnership between The Prince Charles Hospital and ACU and her assistance in the collaboration of the Nursing Research and Practice Development Centre.
    Mr Ray Dennis – renewed for 3 years to 13 December 2014 – in recognition of his continued support of the activities of the Faculty of Health Sciences and, particularly, his collaborative work with ACU to establish the Calvary Centre for Palliative Care Research.
    Mr Jack de Groot – awarded for 3 years to 31 March 2013 – in recognition of his distinguished contribution to development and humanitarian activities, both in Australia and in developing countries.
    Mr Cameron Dick – awarded for 3 years to 22 November 2015 – in recognition of his expertise in the areas of politics, law and industry, and his outstanding achievements in the Queensland Government.
    Dr Robert Dixon – awarded for 3 years to 16 September 2013 – in recognition of his outstanding work in social research for the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference.
    Mrs Cynthia Dowell – awarded for 3 years to 7 December 2013 – in recognition of her contribution and involvement in the establishment of the ACU/St Vincent’s Centre for Nursing Research, her collaboration in offering the Master of Health Science degree, and her important role as Chief Nursing Officer at St Vincent’s Hospital - one of ACU’s major Catholic healthcare partners.
    Associate Professor Deirdre Duncan – awarded for 3 years to 16 June 2013 – in recognition of her continued involvement in a number of ongoing activities and her contribution to the intellectual life of the University, particularly with respect to the ACU Faculty of Education.
    Professor Gregory Dusting – awarded for 3 years to 11 April 2014 – in recognition of his national and international expertise in tissue engineering, cardiovascular pharmacology and the joint research work of the O’Brien Institute and ACU.
    Professor Rifaat Ebied – renewed for 3 years to 11 April 2014 – in recognition of his interest in the University’s activities and continued association with the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.
    Ms Leslie Everson – awarded for 3 years to 16 June 2013 – in recognition of her work with ACU since 2007 as a Clinical Associate Professor and her significant contribution to the formation of the ACU Nursing Research Institute and School of Nursing (NSW and ACT).
    Professor Emmanuel Falque – awarded for 3 years to 13 December 2014 – in recognition of his highly regarded reputation as one of the leading contemporary philosophers in France and his expertise and experience in research in philosophy.
    Mr Robert Fitzgerald AM – awarded for 3 years to 8 March 2014 – in recognition of his willingness to assist Australian Catholic University and his ongoing support of the Institute for Advancing Community Engagement.
    Dr Liam Gearon – awarded for 3 years to 13 December 2014 – in recognition of his world renowned scholarship in the field of religious education and Catholic Identity.
    Mr John Geoghegan – awarded for 3 years to 16 June 2013 – in recognition of his work in
    the establishment of the Professor of Nursing at St Vincent’s and Mater Health, Sydney and the formation of the ACU Nursing Research Institute and School of Nursing (NSW and ACT).
    Dr Patricia Hansen – awarded for 3 years to 8 March 2014 – in recognition of her work with the National School of Social work since 2008 and her continued association with the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
    Ms Michelle (Mish) Hill – awarded for 3 years to 13 December 2014 – in recognition of her valued contribution as a leader in maternity care in Queensland and her continued support of all research endeavours of the Midwifery Research Unit.
    Dr Michael Jelinek – awarded for 3 years to 11 September 2015 – in recognition of his excellence in the field of cardiovascular disease prevention and rehabilitation, and his expertise as Honorary Medical Advisor and Co-supervisor of the COACH (Coaching patients On Achieving Cardiovascular Health) research studies.
    Emeritus Professor Tony Johns – awarded for 3 years to 16 September 2013 – in recognition of his commendable academic standing and the significant contribution he has made to the University in the area of interfaith relations studies.
    Dr Richard Kearney – awarded for 3 years to 13 December 2014 – in recognition of his reputation as one of the leading philosophers of religion today working within the Continental tradition of philosophy.
    Emeritus Professor Bruce Kercher – awarded for 3 years to 29 March 2015 – in recognition of his success as Australia’s foremost legal historian, his record in academic publishing and his continuing engagement with the 2012 Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF) project, The Australasian Legal History Library.
    Professor Jeffrey Kosky – awarded for 3 years to 15 September 2014 – in recognition of his willingness to participate in research seminars and support the research activity of the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy, through mentoring, assistance with external grant applications and formal research collaboration.
    Ms Janine Loader – awarded for 3 years to 31 March 2013 – in recognition of her significant contribution in the area of postgraduate nursing courses and clinical models and her commitment to collaboration between the University and St Vincent’s and Mercy Private Hospital, Melbourne.
    Rabbi John Levi AM – renewed for 3 years to 15 September 2014 – in recognition of his interest in the University’s activities and continued association with the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.
    Fr Brian Lucas – awarded for 3 years to 16 June 2013 – in recognition of his contribution as General Secretary of the Australian Catholic Bishops’ Conference and his expertise in media, communication, social work, and community engagement research.
    Mr Paul Lucas – awarded for 3 years to 7 August 2015 - in recognition of his distinguished career in Queensland Government, your achievements in business and your contributions to the general community.
    Dr Daniel Madigan SJ – renewed for 3 years to 15 September 2014 – in recognition of his interest in the University’s activities and continued association with the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.
    Professor Jean-Luc Marion – awarded for three years to 13 December 2014 – in recognition of his reputation as the world’s leading phenomenologist and an internationally acclaimed specialist in modern philosophy and philosophy of religion.
    Associate Professor Michael C Mason CSsR – awarded for 3 years to 13 December 2014 – in recognition of his reputation as a highly respected researcher, specialising in the sociology of religion and his contribution to the research undertaken by the Quality of Life and Social Justice Research Centre.
    Mr John May – renewed to 15 September 2014 – in recognition of his continuing contribution to the work of the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.
    Professor Wayne Morrison – awarded for 3 years to 11 April 2014 – in recognition of his national and international expertise in plastic and reconstructive surgery and the joint work of the O’Brien Institute and ACU.
    Mr John Nethercote – awarded for 3 years to 31 March 2013 – in recognition of his significant scholarly and publishing achievements in the areas of public administration, parliament and public policy.
    Professor Philippe Obert – awarded for 3 years to 15 September 2014 – in recognition of his international expertise in Cardiovascular Physiology and various research projects.
    Emeritus Professor Gerald O’Collins – renewed for 3 years to 4 November 2013 – in recognition of his continuing contributions relevant to the work of the University.
    Professor Emeritus Maev O’Collins – renewed for 3 years to 7 December 2013 – in recognition of her significant and extremely valuable contribution to the ACU School of Social Work at the University’s Canberra campus.
    Dr Abdullah Omari – awarded for 3 years to 16 June 2013 – in recognition of his work as a renowned vascular physician and researcher and also his role in co-supervising a PhD clinical research fellow in conjunction with Professor Kim Walker.
    Ms Patricia O'Rourke – awarded for 3 years to 31 March 2013 – in recognition of her significant contribution to the establishment of the Chair of Nursing Research and ACU’s clinical nursing laboratory, as well as her commitment to collaboration between the University and St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne.
    Dr Neils Ortenblad – awarded for 3 years to 13 December 2014 – in recognition of his valuable research into exercise and muscle metabolism, a highly mechanistic and important component of health science.
    Ms Barbara Paris – awarded for 3 years to 16 June 2013 – in recognition of her work with ACU as a Clinical Associate Professor, and her significant contribution to the development of the ACU Graduate Certificate in Clinical Nursing (Orthopaedic Clinical Nursing) and the implementation of an ACU model of clinical placements for the undergraduate program.
    Reverend Associate Professor David Pascoe – awarded for 3 years to 1 December 2015 – in recognition of his instrumental role in the incorporation of St Paul’s Theological College and Trinity Uniting Church Theological College into ACU, his significant contributions to the University, and his achievements as Head of the School of Theology.
    Associate Professor John Penington – awarded for 3 years to 11 April 2014 – in recognition of his willingness to assist with research and joint activities between the O’Brien Institute and ACU.
    Dr Robert Pryor – renewed for 3 years to 4 November 2013 – in recognition of his significant media contributions in the area of careers education and development.
    Dr Michael Radel – awarded for 3 years to 15 September 2014 – in recognition of his significant activities with research.
    The Hon. Mike Reynolds AM – awarded for 3 years to 13 December 2014 – in recognition of his earlier academic career and his professional experience in local and State Government and his future contribution to specific projects within ACU.
    Professor Richard Rymarz – renewed for 3 years to 29 March 2015 – in recognition of his experience and expertise as a researcher in areas including the place of religious institutions in secular societies.
    Dr Jacob Sevastos – awarded for 3 years to 29 March 2015 – in recognition of his outstanding achievements at a clinical and scholarly level, and his contributions towards St Vincent’s Hospital.
    Mr Christopher Sidoti – renewed for 3 years to 15 September 2014 – in recognition of his continuing contribution to the work of the Institute for Advancing Community Engagement.
    Mr Greg Smith – renewed for 3 years to 15 September 2014 – in recognition of his continuing contribution to the work of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
    Professor Rudolf Straesser – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2014 – in recognition of his publication record in Mathematics and his willingness to participate in joint research projects with Australian Catholic University.
    Professor Eleonore Stump – awarded for 3 years to 15 September 2014 – in recognition of her willingness to participate in research seminars and support the research activity of the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy, through mentoring, assistance with external grant applications and formal research collaboration.
    Mr Francis Sullivan – awarded for 3 years to 11 September 2015 – in recognition of his expertise in the fields of health, aged and community care; Catholic identity and mission; Government relations and policy development; and his highly regarded role as General Secretary of the Australian Medical Association. It also reflects his continuing contributions to the University and Australian communities.
    Dr Adam Tomison – awarded for 3 years to 31 March 2013 – in recognition of his distinguished career as a researcher and a leader in professional practice in the field of child protection and family support services.
    Dr Julia Thompson – awarded for 3 years to 16 June 2013 – in recognition of her expertise in the field of practice improvement in relation to patient care and safety, particularly in the field of stomal therapy.
    Ms Maeve Tumulty – awarded for 3 years to 16 June 2013 - in recognition of her significant contribution in the area of postgraduate nursing courses, undergraduate clinical placements and clinical models.
    Dr Maureen Walsh – awarded for 3 years to 13 December 2014 – in recognition of her continued contribution to and profiling of the University, particularly with the Literacy Research Hub.
    Br Tony Whelan CFC AM – awarded for 3 years to 29 March 2015 – in recognition of his leadership and highly regarded reputation in the field of Catholic education and his association with the Faculty of Education, in particular with the introduction of the Educational System Leadership Course.
    Professor Merold Westphal – awarded for 3 years to 15 September 2014 – in recognition of his willingness to participate in research seminars and support the research activity of the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy, through mentoring, assistance with external grant applications and formal research collaboration.
    Professor Chris Winder – awarded for 3 years to 15 February 2014 – in recognition of his remarkable publication record and expertise in Occupational Health, Safety and Environment.
    Associate Professor Gail Winkworth PSM – awarded for 3 years to 7 December 2013 – in recognition of her high standing as a social worker and her notable publication record.

    » Honorary Professor

    Honorary Professor

    Professor Marilyn McCord Adams – awarded for 3 years to 22 November 2015 – in recognition of her expertise and scholarship in medieval philosophy and analytic philosophy of religion.
    Dr Harald Bergsteiner – awarded for 3 years to 13 June 2015 – in recognition of his excellence in the fields of graphical modelling, and his continuing engagement as co-founder of the Institute for Sustainable Leadership.
    Dr Diana Boswell MAPS – awarded for 3 years to 11 September 2015 – in recognition of her work as a researcher in children’s trauma and disability, her clinical expertise, her position as Director of the Thomas Wright Institute and her international reputation for the training of children’s services professionals.
    Professor Barbara Bowers – renewed for three years to 11 September 2015 – in recognition of her international reputation as a researcher, her valuable contributions to the University, particularly in connection with the Quality of Life and Social Justice Research Centre, and her continuing work on an Australian Research Council grant.
    Emeritus Professor Fr Edmund Campion – awarded for 3 years to 13 June 2015 – in recognition of his outstanding reputation as a scholar, priest and educator, and your invaluable, and continuing, research and documentation of Catholic life in Australia.
    Professor Edward Duyker OAM – renewed for three years to 11 September 2015 – in recognition of his distinguished career as an eminent independent historian and, in particular, his pioneering research into Australian and Pacific history which has helped to re-shape the way Australians view their historical place in the world and their relationship with Europe.
    Professor Jérôme de Gramont – awarded for 3 years to 22 November 2015 – in recognition of his scholarship and expertise in philosophy, theology and literature, particularly in the field of phenomenology.
    Professor Brian Johnstone C.SS.R – awarded for 3 years to 11 September 2015 – in recognition of his scholarship and outstanding international reputation in moral theology and ethics, and his assistance with the development of the new National Centre for Ethics.
    Professor Michael Morgan – awarded for 3 years to 22 November 2015 – in recognition of his significant contributions to contemporary Jewish studies and Jewish Philosophy, and his scholarship in the field of religious philosophy.
    Professor Dr Georg Peters – awarded for 3 years to 13 June 2015 – in recognition of his international expertise as a lecturer and researcher in the areas of computer science, applied mathematics, business administration and professional education.
    Emeritus Professor Sharman Pretty – awarded for 3 years to 11 September 2015 – in recognition of her international reputation as one of Australia’s most experienced leaders in higher education, the arts and creative industries, particularly in the performing and visual arts sectors.
    Professor Claude Romano - awarded for 3 years to 11 September 2015 – in recognition of his international reputation as a world class scholar and in particular his scholarship in the field of contemporary phenomenology.
    Professor Emeritus Miklos Vetö - awarded for 3 years to 11 September 2015 – in recognition of his distinguished career as a contemporary French philosopher and Catholic intellectual, and his expertise in the field of German Idealism.
    Professor Anthony Weston - awarded for 3 years to 11 September 2015 – in recognition of his international reputation as an eminent mathematician and researcher, his highly-regarded publications, and his commitment to the principles of social justice in a tertiary environment.
    Professor Mark Wynn – awarded for 3 years to 22 November 2015 – in recognition of his expertise in the philosophy and phenomenology of religion, and his creative and innovative scholarship in the field of religious belief and practice.

    » Clinical Associate Professor

    Clinical Associate Professor

    Dr Keren Abberton – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2014 – in recognition of her expertise in the fields of arteriogenesis, microvascular physiology and tissue engineering.
    Mr Brett Aimers – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2014 – in recognition of his expertise in the area of emergency services and management.
    Dr David Buttifant – awarded for 3 years to 16 June 2014 – in recognition of his affiliation with ACU via his support of shared publications, supervisions and collaborative grant applications.
    Ms Cherie Franks – awarded for 3 years to 15 November 2014 – in recognition of her significant support and contribution made to the development and support of nursing research and practice development.
    Dr Anandwardhan Hardikar – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2014 – in recognition of his willingness to assist with research and joint activities between the O’Brien Institute and Australian Catholic University.
    Ms Belinda Maier awarded for 3 years to 15 November 2014 – in recognition of her significant role as a leader in maternity care in Queensland and continued support of nursing research and practice development.
    Dr Geraldine Mitchell – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2014 – in recognition of her willingness to assist with research and joint activities between the O’Brien Institute and Australian Catholic University.
    Dr Robyn Rosina – awarded for 3 years to 16 June 2014 – in recognition of her affiliation with ACU through her sessional teaching, publication record and joint work undertaken with ACU, the Nursing Research Institute and St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney.
    Mr Ron Thompson – renewed for 3 years to 15 September 2014 – in recognition for affiliation with the School of Nursing (NSW and ACT).
    Dr Andrew Wilson – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2013 – in recognition of his expertise in the field of cardiovascular research.

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    Clinical Fellow

    Ms Dora Alessi – awarded for 3 years to 15 November 2014 – in recognition of her valued contribution and support to the School of Nursing in terms of clinical education.
    Ms Patricia Maree Boss – renewed for 3 years to 28 August 2015 – in recognition of her significant contributions in the area of paediatric nursing and collaborative work with the School of Nursing (NSW and ACT).
    Ms Julie Cox – awarded for 3 years to 15 November 2014 – in recognition of her valued contribution to the support and education of ACU midwifery students and clinical facilitators.
    Ms Claire Doherty – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2013 – in recognition of her expertise in the field of neonatal care and neonatology education.
    Ms Barbara Dromgool – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2013 – in recognition of her expertise in the field of neonatal nursing and education.
    Dr Craig Duncan – awarded for 3 years to 16 June 2014 – in recognition of his affiliation with ACU via his associated supervision of Honours and Graduate students, shared publications and strong source of support for collaborative grant applications.
    Ms Patricia Eisenhuth – awarded for 3 years to 15 November 2014 – in recognition of her significant contribution and support for clinical education at ACU.
    Ms Lynne Elliott – awarded for 3 years to 15 November 2014 – in recognition of her significant contribution in the area of neonatal intensive care and continued support to improving postgraduate pathways for neonatal intensive care nurses.
    Ms Suzanne Hooper – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2013 – in recognition of her expertise in the field of rehabilitation nursing.
    Ms Janet Jenista – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2013 – in recognition of her expertise in the field of emergency nursing education.
    Mr Michael Kinchington – awarded for 3 years to 15 November 2014 – in recognition of his significant contribution and support for clinical education at ACU, particularly in the field of sports medicine and continuing applied health focused research.
    Mr Shane Lenson – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2013 – in recognition of his expertise in the field of emergency nursing education.
    Ms Carmel Morton – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2013 – in recognition of her expertise in the fields of oncology and nursing education.
    Ms Edel Murray – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2013 – in recognition of her expertise in the fields of nursing education and wound management.
    Ms Maria Ocampo – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2013 – in recognition of her expertise in the fields of colorectal and vascular nursing and wound management.
    Mr Simon Plapp – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2014 – in recognition of his expertise in the area of critical care.
    Ms Maree Reynolds – awarded for 3 years to 15 November 2014 – in recognition of her significant contribution in the area of maternity care in Queensland and continued involvement in the establishment of the Midwifery Research Unit.
    Ms Sally Sutherland-Fraser – awarded for 3 years to 9 March 2014 – in recognition of her work with the Nursing Research Institute and expertise in perioperative practice development.
    Ms Louise Webber – awarded for 3 years to 14 February 2015 – in recognition of her continued association with the Nursing Research Institute and your outstanding work on the NRI Turning and Repositioning Observational Pilot study.

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