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Honorary Titles Conferred

Honorary Titles Awarded

  • Emeritus Professor
  • Honorary Fellow
  • Adjunct Professor
  • Honorary Professor
  • Clinical Associate Professor
  • Clinical Fellow

  • Emeritus Professor

    Professor Peter Carpenter – awarded on 18 November 2004
    Professor Judith Chapman – awarded on 20 November 2014
    Professor Phil Clarkson – awarded on 19 March 2013
    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 Marie Emmitt – awarded on 7 May 2015
    Professor Jack Flanagan – awarded on 24 November 2005
    Professor Robert Gascoigne – awarded on 7 May 2015
    Professor Wolfgang Grichting – awarded on 25 May 2000
    Professor Anne Hunt OAM FACE – awarded on 7 May 2015
    Professor Pamela Joyce – awarded on 24 July 1997
    Professor Thomas Martin – awarded 18 June 2013
    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
    Mr Chris Sheargold – awarded on 13 June 2012
    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

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    Honorary Fellow

    Dr Evelyn Anderson – awarded for 3 years to 15 August 2016 – in recognition of her commitment to research, her publications and her willingness to promote and advance the work and the goals of the Faculty of Education and Arts.

    Reverend Dr Sarah Bachelard – awarded for 3 years to 5 February 2017 – in recognition of her expertise in the fields of theology, ethics, philosophy and spirituality.

    Professor Joan Barclay Lloyd – renewed for 3 years to 5 February 2017 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.

    Ms Margaret Beck – renewed for 3 years to 13 August 2018 – in recognition of her valued contributions to Australian Catholic University through her work in Baucau, particularly with the Instituto Católica para a Formação de Professores (ICFP), her engagement with the Timor-Leste community and her guidance in course quality assurance at ICFP and other educational institutions in Timor-Leste.

    Dr John Bellamy – awarded for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition of his work with the National Church Life Survey (NCLS) Research Centre on research related to church organisational vitality and social capital and his significant contributions to policy and advocacy work in the community service organisation, Anglicare.

    Dr Maria Aurora Correa Bernardo – renewed for 3 years to 13 August 2018 – in recognition of her scholarship with the Institute for Advancing Community Engagement, her work with the Catholic Institute and other faith based organisations in New Zealand and her long association with De La Salle University.

    Dr Phillip Birch – awarded for 3 years to 1 April 2018 – in recognition of his expertise in policing and criminology, his extensive publication portfolio and willingness to assist ACU in undertaking collaborative research with the Police.

    Dr Anna Bortoli – renewed for 3 years to 15 October 2018 – in recognition of her success as Vice Principal of Eastern Ranges School and Professional Learning Centre, and her collaboration with the Faculty of Education and Arts in offering a pathway for postgraduate studies in special education.

    Dr Don Bowen – awarded for 3 years to 15 August 2016 – in recognition of his expertise as an active researcher in the area of Family Mediation.

    Dr Sharon Brennan-Olsen – award for 3 years to 1 April 2018 – in recognition of the significance of her work in the health services area and international reputation as an early career researcher.

    Reverend Dr Russell Briese – awarded for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition of his expertise and research in the area of Church history and ecumenism in particular.

    Mr David Broderick – awarded for 3 years to 30 May 2017 – in recognition of his contribution to the research outputs of the Learning Sciences Institute Australia through the program 'Promoting Healthy Development and Inclusion in Families, Schools and Communities' and his interest in positive psychology interventions in the well-being of young people.

    Dr Christopher Chan – renewed for 3 years to 5 February 2017 – in recognition of his expertise in human resource and health care management.

    Dr Mary Coloe – awarded for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition of her international reputation and research as a Catholic biblical scholar.

    Professor Catherine Cornille – awarded for 3 years to 30 May 2017 – in recognition of her expertise in the emerging discipline of comparative theology and interfaith dialogue.

    Dr Diana Cousens – awarded for 3 years to 30 May 2017 – in recognition of her work in the area of interfaith dialogue and particularly in the area of Buddhism.

    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 – renewed for 3 years to 15 October 2018 – in recognition of her contribution to language and literacy education and developing programs of relevance for teaching English to speakers of other languages.

    Dr Judith Crispin – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2017 – in recognition of her research into and creation of a photographic reconstruction of the Armenian cemetery at Djulfa.

    Dr Nadia Crittenden – awarded for 3 years to 15 October 2016 – in recognition of her expertise in the human research ethics field.

    Rev Dr Lawrence Cross – awarded for 3 years to 15 August 2016 – in recognition of his willingness to promote and advance the work and the goals of the Faculty of Philosophy and Theology.

    Sr Rosemary Crumlin rsm OAM – renewed for 3 years to 30 May 2017 – 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.

    Mrs Trudy Dantis – awarded for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition of her commitment to the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference (ACBC) Pastoral Research Office and her valued contributions to community engagement.

    Dr Kathleen Dauguet – renewed for 3 years to 15 August 2016 – 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 and Arts.

    Dr Marian de Souza – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of her excellence in the field of religious education and spirituality, and recognition of her as a national and international researcher, writer, presenter and teacher in the field.

    Dr Leoni Degenhardt – renewed for 3 years to 30 June 2018 – in recognition of her valued contribution to education as a recognised innovator in school structure, focusing on self-directed schools.

    Ms Sharon du Plessis-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 John Dupuche – renewed for 3 years to 5 February 2017 – in recognition of his ongoing support of the Asia-Pacific Centre for Inter-Religious Dialogue.

    Fr Anthony Ekpo – awarded for 3 years to 1 April 2018 – in recognition of his willingness to contribute to ACU’s Learning and Teaching portfolio, particularly at the ACU Brisbane campus.

    Reverend Dr Thomas Elich – renewed for 3 years to 5 February 2017 – in recognition of his willingness to assist in developing the profile of liturgical studies at the University.

    Dr Charlotte Frew – awarded for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition of her commitment to research and your publications in the area of Historical Studies.

    Dr Sarah Gador-Whyte – awarded for 3 years to 30 June 2018 – in recognition of her outstanding publications record and her willingness to collaborate with ACU in the area of Biblical and Early Christian Studies.

    Dr Margaret Ghosn mshf – renewed for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition of her scholarly work in the area of youth ministry and ethnic youth.

    Mr Jonathan Gillis – renewed for 3 years to 1 April 2018 – in recognition of his outstanding reputation in the field of medicine and medical ethics.

    Dr Stefano Girola – renewed for 3 years to 5 February 2017 – in recognition of his willingness to participate in research seminars and supervision of HDR students.

    Rev Associate Professor Gerald Gleeson – renewed for 3 years to 30 June 2018 – 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.

    Dr Diane Gosden – awarded for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition of her continuing research and publications in the area of social justice for asylum seekers and refugees in Australia.

    Ms Dianne Gursansky – renewed for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition of her distinguished career as a social work academic and a consultant in human services.

    Dr Peter Hai – renewed for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – 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.

    Dr Shona Halson – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of her role as Head of Recovery at the Australian Institute of Sport and as a world leader in “exercise/performance recovery” from both a research and application perspective, as well as her ongoing collaboration between the Institute and ACU particularly in the areas of postgraduate coursework and HDR level.

    Reverend Dr Chris Hanlon – renewed for 3 years to May 2016 – in recognition of his support to students working on aspects of Church History and his continued research on the history of Sicily from Graeco-Roman times down to the Middle Ages.

    Mr Evan Harris – renewed for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – 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 Kim Hassall – awarded for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition of his distinguished career as a researcher and leader in the field of transportation and logistics and his commendable publications record.

    Assistant Professor Carina Henriksson – awarded for 3 years to 12 February 2016 – in recognition of her international reputation as a phenomenological researcher, her strong publications record and her expertise in the area of child welfare.

    Mr Brian Hoare – awarded for 3 years to 15 October 2016 – in recognition of his contribution to the research intensification endeavours of the School of Allied and Public Health and the development of the ACU Health Clinic.

    Dr Peter Horton – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of his achievements and reputation as a scholar in the field of Sports Studies, in particular his unique and insightful contributions to the analysis of sport in the Asian Pacific region, as well as his ongoing collaboration to the promotion of sport in general at ACU.

    Dr Brendan Hyde – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of his excellence in the field of religious education and his reputation as a national and international researcher, writer and teacher in this field.

    Professor David Jasper – awarded for 3 years to 1 April 2018 – in recognition of his expertise in the area of Religion and Literature and for his contribution to future research in the area of Christian Thought within the Research Institute for Religion and Critical Enquiry.

    Dr Kristin Johnston rsj – renewed for 3 years to 12 February 2016 – in recognition of her strong commitment to Catholic education and community engagement within the University, the Church and wider community.

    Professor Julie Jomeen – awarded for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition of her expertise in the area of perinatal mental health and her outstanding scholarship and leadership in this field

    Associate Professor Marie Joyce OAM – renewed for 3 years to 15 October 2016 – in recognition of her long and productive association with the ACU School of Psychology and her notable research output.

    Dr Dominic H Katter – renewed for 3 years to 5 February 2017 – in recognition of his association and willingness to assist in the Faculty of Law and Business.

    Dr Christopher Kavelin – awarded for 3 years to 1 April 2018 – in recognition of his work with indigenous communities and leading international academics in research in relation to social justice for Indigenous peoples and the primary healthcare system, and his willingness to collaborate with ACU Institute of Social Justice and The Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research.

    Dr Berenice Kerr rsm – renewed for 3 years to 13 August 2018 – in recognition of her outstanding achievements as an educator and administrator in religious institutions and systemic Catholic schools.

    Dr Saeed Khan – awarded for 3 years to 1 April 2018 – in recognition of his expertise as a teacher and scholar and his willingness to collaborate with ACU regarding the establishment of the Successful Societies project in the United States.

    Dr Aneta Kotevski – renewed for 3 years to 15 October 2018 – 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 Noel King – awarded for 3 years to 15 October 2018 – in recognition of his expertise in contemporary film and literature and his willingness to collaborate with ACU research in this field.

    Dr André La Gerche – awarded for 3 years to 15 August 2016 – in recognition of his expertise in cardiovascular research and his continuing collaborative research and mentorship.

    Dr Raymond Laird – awarded for 3 years to 15 August 2016 – in recognition of his international reputation as a biblical scholar.

    Dr John Lamont – renewed for 3 years to 30 June 2018 – 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).

    Rev Dr Richard Leonard sj – renewed for 3 years to 15 August 2016 – in recognition of his highly regarded professional background and strong publications record, and his continuing contributions to the work of the University.

    Dr Robert Long – renewed for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – 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 Imran Lum – awarded for 3 years to 1 April 2018 – in recognition of his expertise as an internationally recognised expert in Islamic Finance and his willingness to collaborate with ACU on projects on Law and Religion.

    Dr Sophie McGrath RSM – renewed for 3 years to 5 February 2017 – in recognition of her support of the Golding Centre and willingness to assist in the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.

    Dr Paul McQuillan – renewed for 3 years to 15 October 2018 – in recognition of his interest in the University's activities and continued association with the School of Religious Education.

    Professor Gerard Mannion – awarded 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition of his international status as a respected academic in the area of systematic theology and his commendable publications record.

    Very Rev Dr John Manousakis – renewed for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – 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 October 2016 – in recognition of her internationally significant work in the area of Morita therapy.

    Associate Professor Jan Matthews – awarded for 3 years to 15 October 2016 – in recognition of her expertise in research in the area of child and parenting issues.

    Rev Dr Patrick McInerney SSC – renewed for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of his outstanding promotion of dialogue, mutual understanding, respect and collaboration between Christians and followers of other religions.

    Distinguished Professor Thaddeus Metz – awarded for 3 years to 1 April 2018 – in recognition of his expertise in the philosophy of meaning in life and the ethics of Ubuntu, his significant publications record and his willingness to collaborate with ACU’s Research Institute for Religion and Critical Enquiry.

    Dr Maureen Miner-Bridges – awarded for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition of her capacity as an active researcher in the areas of religion, spirituality and psychology and her dedication to community engagement, and commitment to teaching and learning.

    Dr Brett Mitchell – awarded for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition of his expertise in the area of infection control and healthcare associated infections, his strong clinical experience and contributions to ACU in the area of collaboration in research scholarship and teaching and learning.

    Dr Alan Moss cfc – renewed for 3 years to 15 August 2016 – in recognition of his continuing contributions to the work of the University.

    Dr Wendy Moran – awarded for 3 years to 30 May 2017 – in recognition of her innovation, research and practice in Education and particularly in the field of professional experience.

    Dr Mary Nuttall rsm – awarded for 3 years to 30 May 2017 – in recognition of her collaboration between ACU and Catholic schools through the Catholic Education Office and for her advocacy and provision of training for teachers to implement the Family Learning Programs.

    Dr Celina Pascoe – renewed for 3 years to 5 February 2017 – in recognition of her remarkable publication record and expertise in the area of management and organisational behaviour.

    Dr Rapin Quinn – renewed for 3 years to 30 May 2017 – 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 – renewed for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – 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 Alistair Riddell – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2017 – in recognition of his research into and creation of a photographic reconstruction of the Armenian cemetery at Djulfa.

    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 Colleen Rolls – awarded for 3 years to 15 August 2016 – in recognition of her expertise in the area of Midwifery and her continuing contribution to ACU as a supervisor, mentor, panel expert and reviewer.

    Rev Dr Thomas Ryan sm – renewed for 3 years to 15 August 2016 – 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.

    Dr Marjorie Seaton – awarded for 3 years to 15 October 2018 – in acknowledgement of her experience and reputation as a researcher and her willingness to continue as a PhD supervisor and Chief Investigator on the Australian Research Council grants held in the Institute for Positive Psychology and Education Grants.

    Ms Jennifer (Jenny) Shepherd BN – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – inrecognitionfor the capacity and wisdom she brings to ACU’s commitment to Healthy Communities Timor-Leste and acknowledges her contribution to Train the Trainer Health Care Program Maubisse Timor Leste and to the future development of the Program.

    Dr Ramin Shayan – awarded for 3 years to 30 May 2017 – in recognition of his leadership in clinical and basic science plastic surgery research and his collaboration with ACU/O’Brien Institute Research Tissue Engineering Centre.

    Dr Caroline Smith – renewed for 3 years to 5 February 2017 – in recognition of her contributions to ACU, particularly in the areas of futures education and sustainability.

    Dr Michelle Smith-Tamaray – awarded for 3 years to 15 October 2016 – in recognition for her leadership and development of the undergraduate Speech Pathology program.

    Dr Rosaleen Smyth – awarded for 3 years to 5 February 2017 – in recognition of her international experience in working with young people, particularly at the ACU Study Centre on the Thai Burma border.

    Dr Helen Stapleton – awarded for 3 years to 30 May 2017 – in recognition of her expertise in qualitative research supervision for ACU Higher Degree Research students.

    Dr John Stephenson – awarded for 3 years to 1 April 2018 – in recognition of his work as an active researcher in the areas of chronic health and his collaboration with ACU and the University of Huddersfield, and other international initiatives in his area of expertise.

    Dr Peter Stork – renewed to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of his continued assistance and support of the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.

    Dr Siosiua Tōfua’ipangai – awarded for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition of his commitment to critical enquiry and applied research encompassing Oceanian and Western philosophical traditions, his international reputation as a researcher and his work on behalf of the Tongan community in Canberra.

    Mr Michael Tooma – awarded for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition of his publications record, his commitment to the field of work health safety, and his contribution towards the Masters in Occupational Health, Safety and Environmental (OHSE) Management at ACU.

    Dr Maree Toombs – awarded for 3 years to 1 April 2018 – in recognition for her leadership in all areas of Indigenous Health and willingness to contribute to research at ACU by providing expertise in this area.

    Dr Gerard Webster MAPsS – renewed for 3 years to 13 August 2018 – in recognition of his outstanding professional reputation as a psychologist and educator particularly through his work and research with victims and perpetrators of abuse, his extensive work in the Catholic sector, and his involvement with the Institute for Advancing Community Engagement as a volunteer scholar, researcher and resource person.

    Mr Dallas Williams – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of his leadership for the community engagement based Clemente Australia programme with the Archdiocese of Hobart and his ongoing contribution to the national impact of ACU with the Catholic Church of Australia.

    Reverend Dr Kieren Williams – awarded for 3 years to 1 April 2018 – in recognition of his research expertise and willingness to collaborate with ACU research projects undertaken at the Centre for Biblical and Early Christian Studies.

    Dr Shirley Worland – awarded for 3 years to 15 August 2016 – in recognition her expertise as an active researcher in the area of Migrant Education.

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    Adjunct Professor

    Associate Professor Jose Miguel Aguilera OAM – renewed for 3 years to 18 September 2017 – 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 and Mater Health, Sydney, as well as his collaboration in respect of the formation of the ACU Nursing Research Institute.

    Dr Joan Arches – awarded for 3 years to 23 July 2018 – in recognition of her excellence in the field of civic and community engagement and her willingness to promote and advance collaboration between University of Massachusetts (Boston) and ACU in the area of community engagement scholarship and practice.

    Dr Tracey Batten – awarded for 3 years to 18 June 2016 – in recognition of her contribution in maintaining and strengthening partnerships as well as supporting new initiatives in clinical placement, joint research and joint community engagement.

    Dr Geraldine (Polly) Bednash – renewed for 3 years to 20 November 2017 – in recognition of her extensive collaboration with ACU and her significant contribution to teaching and research with the development of postgraduate programs, and the setting up of international student exchange programs.

    Mr Steven Bernardi – awarded for 3 years to 23 July 2018 – in recognition of his role in the establishment of the ACU and St Vincent's Hospital Clinical Skills Centre at St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney and his willingness to contribute with research projects relating to best clinical practice.

    Professor Michael Bezzina – awarded for 3 years to 19 March 2016 – in recognition of his valued contributions to the Australian Catholic University through his expertise in the areas of educational leadership, his development and delivery of the Master of Educational System Leadership, and his support of the Leaders Transforming Learning and Learners research project.

    Mrs Linda Blackwell – renewed for 3 years to 18 September 2017 – 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.

    Dr Josephine Brady – awarded for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – in recognition of her ongoing collaboration with and support for the Instituto Sao Joao Brito, in keeping with ACU’s commitment to equity and social justice.

    Associate Professor Susan Bridges – awarded for 3 years to 26 September 2016 – in recognition of her outstanding achievements in medical and dental education as well as her expertise and significant strength in the area of research.

    Fr Joseph John Caddy – renewed for 3 years to 21 November 2016 – 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 7 May 2018 – in recognition of his significant contribution to the development and teaching of the new Master of System Leadership course, his assistance in the organisation of the Centre for Creative and Authentic Leadership international conference 2013, and his invaluable affiliation with ACU.

    Professor Raymond Canning – awarded for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – in recognition of his contribution to the University over the last 30 years and his willingness to continue to contribute and support the comparative theology project.

    Ms Veronica Casey – awarded for 3 years to 21 November 2016 – in recognition of her significant support and contribution to ACU and the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine (QLD) and her collaboration between ACU and the health care facilities in Metro South Hospital and Health Service.

    Professor David Castle – awarded for 3 years to 26 September 2016 – in recognition of his expertise in the area of physical health care of the mentally ill and your continued research in clinical, epidemiological and qualitative mental health research in cardiovascular disease.

    Professor Philip Clarke – awarded for 3 years to 26 September 2016 – in recognition of his significant involvement in the creation of the Faculty of Law and Business at ACU, his distinguished record in academic leadership, his extensive publications in the area of commercial law and his contribution to the development of the Faculty’s curriculum and course delivery model.

    Archbishop Mark Coleridge DD – renewed for 3 years to 20 November 2017 – renewed for 3 years to 20 November 2017 – in recognition of his continuing contribution to the work of the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.

    Mr Stephen Cornelissen – renewed for 3 years to 20 November 2017 – 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 Chair in Aged Care.

    Archbishop Tim Costelloe sdb DD – renewed for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – in recognition of his ongoing participation, where practical, in Faculty research seminars; the presentation of occasional lectures; and the mentoring of HDR students.

    Dr Michael Costigan – renewed for 3 years to 20 November 2017 – in recognition of his continuing contribution to the work of the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.

    Professor Daniel Courteix – renewed for 3 years to 18 September 2017 – in recognition of his international excellence in musculoskeletal research.

    Mr Martin Day – awarded for 3 years to 18 September 2017 – in recognition of his significant contribution to establishing and developing the joint ACU/St Vincent’s Private Hospital Nursing Research Unit, his support and facilitation of our joint clinical school, and his fostering of the collaboration between St Vincent’s Private Hospitals NSW/Victoria and ACU.

    Mr Ray Dennis – renewed for 3 years to 18 September 2017 – 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 – renewed for 3 years to 19 March 2016 – 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.

    Mrs Cynthia Dowell – renewed for 3 years to 18 September 2017 – 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 – renewed for 3 years to 26 September 2016 – 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 and Arts.

    Professor Brian Fitzgerald – awarded for 3 years to 23 July 2018 – in recognition of his contribution as foundation Dean of the Thomas More Law Academy and his ongoing relationship with ACU.

    Professor Michael Gaffney – awarded for 3 years to 19 March 2016 – in recognition of his extensive expertise in the areas of educational leadership, his considerable research standing and his valued contributions to community engagement.

    Dr Liam Gearon – renewed for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – in recognition of his world renowned scholarship in the field of religious education and Catholic Identity.

    Mr John Geoghegan – renewed for 3 years to 20 November 2017 – in recognition for his contribution in offering clinical places to ACU students and his success with the development and implementation of multidisciplinary clinical and health services research/practice focused on patient outcomes.

    Dr Patricia Hansen – renewed for 3 years to 4 March 2017 – in recognition of her work with the National School of Social work since 2008 and her continued association with the Faculty of Health Sciences.

    Ms Lisa Heap – awarded for 3 years to 18 September 2017 – in recognition of her expertise and skills in the areas of employment and industrial relations and her willingness to support research projects with the Institute for Religion, Politics and Society.

    Associate Professor Michael Jelinek – renewed for 3 years to 23 July 2018 – 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.

    Dr Jan Kane – awarded for 3 years to 23 July 2018 – in recognition of her willingness to provide support for the development of partnerships in Catholic Education, the supervision of doctoral candidates, providing high level consultative input and continued research work in teacher education.

    Professor Darren Kelly – awarded for 3 years to 26 September 2016 – in recognition of his leadership and vision in improving the communication and collaboration between scientists and clinicians and his contribution in the area of research between ACU and St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne.

    Dr John Rabbi Levi – renewed for 3 years to 20 November 2017 – in recognition of his interest in the University’s activities and continued association with the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.

    Ms Janine Loader – renewed for 3 years to 18 September 2017 – 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.

    Fr Brian Lucas – renewed for 3 years to 18 June 2016 – 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.

    The Hon Paul Lucas – renewed for 3 years to 23 July 2018 – in recognition of his distinguished career in Queensland Government, his achievements in business and his contributions to the general community.

    Associate Professor Andrew MacIsaac – awarded for 3 years to 26 September 2016 – in recognition of his expertise in research related to cardiovascular disease, his impressive record of publications as well as your strength in facilitating collaborative research projects between ACU and St Vincent’s Hospital.

    Associate Professor Michael C Mason CSsR – renewed for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – 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.

    Professor Ralph Mawdsley – awarded for 3 years to 26 September 2016 – in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the field of education law in the USA and internationally as well as his contribution to the areas of Teaching and Learning, Research and Community Engagement.

    Professor Edward McAuley – awarded for 3 years to 12 November 2018 – in recognition of his international reputation as researcher and scholar in the field of exercise psychology and his willingness to collaborate with ACU on our current research program Physical Activity, Sport and Health Psychology.

    Professor John P Meyer – awarded for 3 years to 12 November 2018 – in recognition of his international reputation as researcher in the field of industrial/organisational psychology and his willingness to collaborate with ACU and the New South Wales Police Force.

    Professor Elizabeth More – awarded for 1 year to 7 May 2016 – in recognition of her willingness to continue to supervise the HDR candidate who is nearing thesis completion.

    Professor Wayne Morrison – renewed for 3 years to 18 June 2017 – in recognition of his national and international expertise in plastic and reconstructive surgery and the joint work of the O’Brien Institute and ACU.

    Dr Judith Mulholland – awarded for 3 years to 19 March 2016 – in recognition of her impressive contribution to the University as a staff member, her record of publications in the area of science education, and her outstanding contributions to student learning.

    Mr John Nethercote – renewed for 3 years to 18 June 2016 – in recognition of his significant scholarly and publishing achievements in the areas of public administration, parliament and public policy.

    Dr Toni Noble – renewed for 3 years to 19 March 2016 – in recognition of her significant publishing and public policy record, particularly her work on bullying; as well as her national and international profile in the area of learning and student wellbeing.

    Professor Philippe Obert – renewed for 3 years to 18 September 2017 – in recognition of his international expertise in Cardiovascular Physiology and various research projects.

    Emeritus Professor Gerald O’Collins – renewed for 3 years to 21 November 2016 – in recognition of his continuing contributions relevant to the work of the University.

    Professor Patricia O’Rourke – renewed for 3 years to 18 September 2017 – 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.

    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.

    Dr Nilda (Nena) Peragallo-Montano – awarded for 3 years to 26 September 2016 – in recognition of her expertise as an advisor in nursing leadership and higher education, especially in the area of research and community engagement as well as her strength in facilitating collaboration between ACU and the University of Miami.

    Associate Professor David Prior – awarded for 3 years to 26 September 2016 – in recognition of his expertise in research related to non-invasive diagnostic technique for cardiovascular disease and his strength in facilitating collaboration on research projects between ACU and St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne.

    Dr Robert Pryor – awarded for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – in recognition of his ongoing assistance with PhD students and collaboration with ACU in the area of career development research studies.

    Professor Barbara J Riegel – awarded for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – in recognition of her extensive research and publications record and her willingness to collaborate with ACU.

    Professor Richard Rymarz – renewed for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – in recognition of his experience and expertise as a researcher in areas including the place of religious institutions in secular societies.

    Professor Oscar Salemink – awarded for 3 years to 18 September 2017 – in recognition of in recognition of his excellence in the field of Vietnamese religion and his willingness to contribute to research regarding South East Asia in conjunction with the Institute for Religion, Politics and Society.

    Associate Professor Anthony Schembri – awarded for 3 years to 23 July 2018 – in recognition of his strong commitment and willingness to collaborate with ACU for research outputs from the Nursing Research Institute and the establishment of ACU and St Vincent’s Hospital Clinical Skills Centre.

    Mr Christopher Sidoti – renewed for 3 years to 18 June 2017 – in recognition of his continuing contribution to the work of the Institute for Advancing Community Engagement.

    Dr Anna Silvas – awarded for 3 years to 23 July 2018 – in recognition of her international reputation as an expert on the Cappadocian Fathers and her willingness to supervise research students at ACU.

    Professor Karen Sliwa-Hahnle – awarded for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – in recognition of her willingness to collaborate with research studies and co-supervise PhD candidates in conjunction with The Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research.

    Dr Maureen Walsh – renewed for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – in recognition of her continued contribution to and profiling of the University, particularly with the Literacy Research Hub.

    Br Tony Whelan CFC AM – renewed for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – in recognition of his leadership and highly regarded reputation in the field of Catholic education and his association with the Faculty of Education and Arts and the Institute for Advancing Community Engagement, and in particular with the introduction of the Educational System Leadership Course.

    Associate Professor Paul White – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of his valuable and extensive committee work on research projects and grants, his contribution as an ACU representative on the Ministerial Advisory committees and his willingness to raise the profile of ACU in professional circles through high level research-informed professional development.

    Professor Robert Whitbourn – renewed for 3 years to 18 September 2017 – in recognition of his work as Director, Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratories and Coronary Intervention and as Foundation Director, Cardiovascular Research Centre at St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne.

    Associate Professor Gail Winkworth PSM – renewed for 3 years to 21 November 2016 – in recognition of her high standing as a social worker and her notable publication record.

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    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.

    Associate Professor Peter Bastian – renewed for 3 years to 21 November 2016 – in recognition of his standing as an eminent historian and his reputation in academic publishing.

    Professor Timothy Beach – awarded for 3 years to 21 November 2016 – in recognition of his international reputation as a leading researcher in the field, his extensive publications and his willingness to support international research and collaboration in geography and geosciences between ACU, Georgetown University and the University of Texas at Austin.

    Professor Elizabeth Beattie – awarded for 3 years to 12 November 2018 – in recognition of her expertise in dementia and gerontology and her willingness to collaborate with ACU staff and HDR students in research excellence in this field.

    Dr Anne Benjamin – renewed for 3 years to 18 June 2017 – in recognition of her interest in the University’s activities and continued association with the Faculty of Education and Arts.

    Professor Jay Bernhardt – awarded for 3 years to 20 November 2017 – in recognition for his significant contribution in the areas of research, scholarship and learning and teaching and, in particular, his recognition as a leading expert in the field of health communication.

    Professor Paul Bishop – awarded for 3 years to 21 November 2016 – in recognition of his significant publications record and research as a geomorphologist as well as his willingness to support research collaboration in geography and earth sciences between ACU and University of Glasgow.

    Associate Professor Jeffrey Bloechl – renewed for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – in recognition of his valued reputation as an internationally renowned scholar in philosophy.

    Professor Dr Lieven Boeve – awarded for 3 years to 1 October 2018 – in recognition of his scholarship and international reputation as a researcher and his willingness to collaborate with ACU.

    Professor Sally Borbasi – awarded for 3 years to 20 November 2017 – in recognition of her significant contribution in the areas of research, scholarship and learning and teaching and, in particular, her professional contributions in the field of health practice.

    Professor Rémi Brague – awarded for 3 years to 18 June 2016 – in recognition of his excellence as an international scholar in the field of theology and philosophy and for his expertise in medieval Islamic philosophy.

    Professor Andrew Buck – awarded for 3 years to 21 November 2016 – in recognition of his international recognition as a leading authority in the field of property law and legal history and his willingness to foster international collaboration between ACU and Canadian universities.

    Associate Professor Erik Carter – awarded for 3 years to 4 March 2017 – in recognition of his outstanding service to educational research, with a particular focus on autism related to adolescent transitions from school to adult life, and his willingness to collaborate with ACU researchers in this area.

    Professor Robert Caputo – awarded for 3 years to 18 June 2016 – in recognition of him as a leading Continental philosopher of religion.

    Dr Alison Clark – awarded for 3 years to 4 March 2017 – in recognition of her international reputation for her work on the mosaic approach to researching with children, her impressive record in research and publication, and your willingness to work with ACU researchers in early childhood education.

    Professor Paul Cobb – awarded for 3 years to 4 March 2017 – in recognition of his international reputation in the area of education research especially in mathematics education, educational leadership and research methodologies and his readiness to work with ACU researchers.

    Professor Brian Davies – awarded for 3 years to 18 June 2016 – in recognition of his excellence as a leading international philosopher and his expertise in analytic and Thomist philosophy.

    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 Hubertus Drobner – awarded for 3 years to 20 November 2017 – in recognition of his research and his contribution to the enhancement of the research profile of the Centre for Early Christian Studies.

    Professor Susan Gennaro – awarded for 3 years to 20 November 2017 – in recognition of her significant contribution in the areas of research, scholarship and learning and teaching and, in particular, her professional contributions to research staff and HDR students.

    Dr Robert Dixon – renewed for 3 years to 18 June 2016 – in recognition of his outstanding work in social research for the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference.

    Professor Edward Duyker OAM – renewed for 3 years to 1 October 2018 – 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 Rifaat Ebied – renewed for 3 years to 20 November 2017 – in recognition of his interest in the University’s activities and continued association with the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.

    Professor Emmanuel Falque – renewed for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – 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.

    Dr Stewart Fenwick – awarded for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – in recognition of his significant publications record, his outstanding research and experience in the field of Law and Religion and his willingness in regard to collaboration with ACU’s Institute for Religion, Politics and Society to a wider audience of practitioners and scholars in Australia.

    Professor Ruchira Ganguly-Scrase – awarded for 3 years to 4 March 2017 – in recognition of her international reputation in the area of global studies and her willingness to be actively involved in research activities with Higher Degree by Research students at ACU.

    Professor Jerome Gellman – awarded for 3 years to 18 June 2016 – in recognition of his excellence as a leading scholar in theology and philosophy, his expertise in analytic philosophy and Jewish theology.

    Professor Nel Glass – awarded for 2 years to 18 June 2016 – in recognition of her expertise in qualitative research supervision and willingness to continue to supervise higher degree students at ACU in addition to her contribution to the research outputs of ACU.

    Professor Harvey Goldstein – awarded for 3 years to 4 March 2017 – in recognition of his international reputation as a social science statistician, his outstanding service to the disciplines of statistics and educational assessment, and his willingness to engage with ACU researchers.

    Professor Michele Grossman – awarded for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – in recognition of her expertise in the field of research on community engagement and countering violent extremism and her willingness to collaborate with the Institute for Religion, Politics and Society as regards academic publications, mentoring and securing grants.

    Dr Sabine Hammond – awarded for 3 years to 19 March 2016 – in recognition of her expertise in the areas of ethics, professional practice and supervision, and her significant contributions to teaching and learning in the School of Psychology.

    Professor Todd Herrenkohl – awarded for 3 years to 18 June 2016 – in recognition as an outstanding researcher in the area of child abuse and maltreatment.

    Dr Marj Horne – awarded for 3 years to 12 November 2018 – in recognition of her expertise in mathematics teaching and learning, her willingness to supervise research students and her collaboration with ACU and related professional associations.

    Emeritus Professor Tony Johns – renewed for 3 years to 16 September 2016 – in recognition of his commendable academic standing and the significant contribution he has made to the University in the area of interfaith relations studies.

    Professor Ann Kaiser – awarded for 3 years to 4 March 2017 – in recognition of her international reputation as a scholar in child language intervention, particularly in relation to Autism and Downs Syndrome, and her interest in collaborating on international comparative studies with ACU researchers in early childhood special needs.

    Professor Pralay Kanungo – awarded for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – in recognition of his expertise as a leading international expert of religion and politics in modern India and his willingness to collaborate with ACU with regard to raising its profile globally.

    Dr Richard Kearney – renewed for 3 years to 20 November 2017 – in recognition of his reputation as one of the leading philosophers of religion today working within the Continental tradition of philosophy.

    Professor Deb Keen – awarded for 3 years to 21 November 2016 – in recognition of her significant contribution to the research endeavours of the Schools of Allied Health and Psychology in the field of childhood disability.

    Dr Michael Kennedy – awarded for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – in recognition of his extensive research and experience in Policing and Corrections and his willingness to facilitate collaborative research with organisations in this area and ACU.

    Professor Geoff Kiel – awarded for 3 years to 18 June 2016 – in recognition of his expertise in the area of governance, his publications and his significant contributions to the ACU.

    Professor Sue Kildea – awarded for 3 years to 18 June 2017 – in recognition of her significant experience as a midwife and also her clinical management, policy, education and research experience and her willingness to contribute to the supervision and mentorship of higher degree students at ACU.

    Professor Jeffrey Kosky – renewed for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – 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.

    Dr Jean-Yves Lacoste – awarded for 3 years to 18 June 2016 – in recognition of his outstanding reputation as an historian and an influential theologian and philosopher.

    Professor Todd D Little – awarded for 3 years to 12 November 2018 – in recognition of his international reputation as a scholar and researcher in the field of Quantitative and Developmental Psychology and his willingness to collaborate with ACU’s Substantive-Methodological Synergy research program.

    Dr Daniel Madigan SJ – renewed for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – in recognition of his interest in the University’s activities and continued association with the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.

    Dr Graham Maxwell – awarded for 3 years to 4 March 2017 – in recognition of his national and international reputation as a leader in the area of educational assessment.

    Professor John D’Arcy May – renewed for 3 years to 20 November 2017 – in recognition of his continuing contribution to the work of the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.

    Professor Dennis McInerney – awarded for 3 years to 12 November 2018 – in recognition of his expertise in sociocultural theories of learning and motivation and your willingness to collaborate with ACU and Indigenous Culture, Education and the Well-Being – Who says Indigenous Australians can’t flourish and thrive? research program.

    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 Emeritus Maev O’Collins – renewed for 3 years to 21 November 2016 – in recognition of her significant and extremely valuable contribution to the ACU School of Social Work at the University’s Canberra campus.

    Professor Peter Ochs – awarded for 3 years to 18 June 2016 – in recognition of his scholarship and expertise in research in philosophy and his specialisation in semiotics and modern Jewish and Christian thought.

    Professor Reinhard Pekrun – awarded for 3 years to 12 November 2018 in recognition of his expertise in social science research and his willingness to collaborate with ACU and the Positive SELF and Well-Being and the Substantive-Methodological Synergy research programs.

    Dr Lee-Anne Perry – awarded for 3 years to 23 July 2018 – in recognition of her reputation as a leader in the field of education and acknowledges her willingness to collaborate with ACU in partnership building, developing excellent teacher education programs and in building enhanced capacity in Catholic schools through collaborative professional development and policy formation.

    Professor Dr Georg Peters – renewed for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – in recognition of his international expertise as a lecturer and researcher in the areas of computer science, applied mathematics, business administration and professional education.

    Professor Dr Didier Pollefeyt – awarded for 3 years to 1 October – in recognition of his scholarship and international reputation as a researcher and his willingness to collaborate with ACU.

    Professor Malcolm Prentis – awarded for 3 years to 18 June 2017 – in recognition of his significant contribution to ACU and its predecessor colleges since 1975 and his continued contribution to the strength of Historical Studies research at ACU.

    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 Geoffrey Romeo – awarded for 3 years to 18 June 2017 – in recognition of his significant reputation in the areas of research, scholarship and learning and teaching and, in particular, his professional contributions to the field of technology in education.

    Professor Phillip Rousseau – awarded for 3 years to 18 June 2016 – in recognition of his scholarship and leadership in the areas of theology and philosophy and his extensive publications.

    Professor Tim Scrase – awarded for 1 year to 31 December 2016 – in recognition of his expertise in the field of development sociology, his publications record and his willingness to continue to supervise HDR students in this field.

    Dr Yan Shi – awarded for 3 years to 19 March 2016 – in recognition of her expertise in the areas of teaching and learning, her extensive contributions towards community engagement and her active research in the area of quality and safety in patient care.

    Associate Professor Thomas Smith – awarded for 3 years to 4 March 2017 – in recognition of his international reputation in educational research in the area of public policy, education leadership and mathematics education and his willingness to collaborate with ACU researchers and staff.

    Professor Anthony Steinbock – awarded for 3 years to 18 June 2016 – in recognition of his scholarship and leadership, his publications and his expertise in phenomenology.

    Professor Rudolf Straesser – renewed for 3 years to 18 June 2017 – in recognition of his publication record in Mathematics and his willingness to participate in joint research projects with Australian Catholic University.

    Dr Adam Tomison – renewed for 3 years to 19 March 2016 – 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.

    Professor Theo van Leeuwen – awarded for 3 years to 20 November 2017 – in recognition of his leadership in the field of social semiotics, in particular his development of social semiotic theories and methods for the analysis of multimodal communication.

    Professor Ruth Webber – awarded for 3 years to 4 March 2017 – in recognition of her considerable achievements as a researcher, particularly in the area of intellectual disability and ageing, and her significant contribution to ACU over the last nineteen years, including her time as Director of University research centres and as a member of the Senate of the University.

    Professor Merold Westphal – renewed for 3 years to 20 November 2017 – 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 Nicholas Paul Wolterstorff – awarded for 3 years to 4 March 2017 – in recognition of him as a leading contemporary philosopher of religion and his willingness to collaborate with ACU researchers and staff.

    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.

    Professor Paul Yoder – awarded for 3 years to 4 March 2017 – in recognition of his international reputation as an education researcher with a particular interest in communication and language development in young children with disorders and his willingness to engage with ACU researchers.

    Assistant Professor Corinne Zoli – awarded for 3 years to 7 May 2018 – in recognition of her as an international scholar in the field of counter terrorism and her willingness to collaborate with ACU, particularly within our Law and Religion program.

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    Clinical Associate Professor

    Dr Keren Abberton – renewed for 3 years to 30 May 2017 – in recognition of her expertise in the fields of arteriogenesis, microvascular physiology and tissue engineering.

    Ms Donna Bonney – awarded for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition of her expertise in the areas of nursing and midwifery practice, and her leadership within Mater Health Services.

    Ms Susan Bullock – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2018 – in recognition of her leadership in nursing and her willingness to collaborate with ACU and contribute to research initiatives and student programs relevant to contemporary health care.

    Dr Darren Burgess – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2017 – in recognition of his international recognition and expertise in applied sports science and his advocacy for sports science research at ACU.

    Ms Anne Clayton – awarded for 3 years to 12 February 2016 – in recognition of her expertise in the areas of midwifery practice and leadership and her strong commitment to evidence based practice and research.

    Mr Anthony Dombkins – awarded for 3 years to 1 April 2018 – in recognition of his contribution to the teaching and learning of students in ACU’s transition to a Professional Practice unit, as well as his contribution to a number of ACU committees related to his expertise in clinical practice.

    Ms Caroline Farmer – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of her contribution to ACU by virtue of her leadership in the field of nursing and midwifery education and her ongoing collaboration with the School of Nursing, Midwifery, Paramedicine External Advisory Committee in the area of curriculum review, teaching and career development.

    Ms Lisa Fawcett – awarded for 3 years to 15 October 2016 – in recognition of her significant contribution to the development of the Master of Mental Health (Nursing) program and her support for the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine (QLD).

    Mr David Foot ASM – awarded for 3 years to 5 February 2017 – in recognition of his extensive experience, outstanding leadership and support of ACU Canberra paramedic students.

    Ms Robyn Fox – awarded for 3 years to 15 October 2016 – in recognition for her contribution to the review and development of undergraduate and postgraduate nursing and midwifery programs and her collaboration between The Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital (Brisbane) and ACU.

    Ms Cherie Franks – renewed for 3 years to 13 August 2017 – in recognition of her significant support and contribution made to the development and support of nursing research and practice development.

    Ms Susanne Hooper – renewed for 3 years to15 August 2016 – in recognition of her past achievements, her leadership in Catholic nursing education and her expertise in the field of rehabilitation nursing.

    Mr Dennis Jess ASM – awarded for 3 years to 15 October 2016 – in recognition for his contribution to the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine (QLD) and his collaboration between Queensland Ambulance Service and ACU.

    Dr Melanie Jessup – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of her commitment to research and her contribution in establishing the Falls Prevention and Management program and her continued collaboration with Falls Researcher Group between the Prince Charles Hospital and ACU.

    Mr Michael Kilshaw – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2017 – in recognition of his contribution in the development of the Master of Mental Health (Nursing), your support to the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine (Qld) and his continued collaboration between ACU and The Prince Charles Hospital.

    Ms Megan Lowe – awarded for 3 years to 15 August 2016 – in recognition of her commitment and leadership in the area of nursing education.

    Ms June Mattner – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of her contributions to the ACU Master of Mental Health Advisory Committee and ACU School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine External Advisory Committee and her on going collaboration with St John of God Burwood and ACU in community health related areas.

    Dr Geraldine Mitchell – renewed for 3 years to 30 May 2017 – in recognition of her willingness to assist with research and joint activities between the O’Brien Institute and Australian Catholic University.

    Dr Andrew Newcomb – awarded for 3 years to 15 August 2016 – in recognition of his commitment to research and his expertise in vascular and cardiac surgery.

    Dr Karen Ousey – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of her international reputation and leadership in nursing relating to wound care and tissue viability as well as her willingness to foster collaboration with the Human and Health Sciences Faculty, University of Huddersfield and ACU.

    Mrs Helen Peters – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of her expertise and medical knowledge and her commitment to community engagement and health capacity building with the people and Diocese of Baucau, Timor-Leste and the San Antonio Clinic.

    Dr Jeff Potter – awarded for 3 years to 15 August 2016 – in recognition of his past achievements and his leadership in the area of Clinical Services.

    Dr Yong Hao Pua – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of his expertise in the implementation of international clinical research in the area of physical function and his contribution to strengthening ongoing collaboration in research between Singapore General Hospital and ACU.

    Ms Deanne Riddington – awarded for 3 years to 15 August 2016 – in recognition of her past achievements, her contribution to and expertise in nursing education.

    Mr Peter Shine – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of his expertise in training and healing particularly as it relates to Aboriginal culture as well as his ongoing collaboration with ACU in research in Aboriginal health related areas.

    Ms Lorraine Stevenson – awarded for 3 years to 12 February 2016 – in recognition of her leadership role in midwifery research projects for Metro South Health, and her strong commitment to evidence based practice and research.

    Mr Ron Thompson – renewed for 3 years to 13 August 2017 – in recognition of his continual and outstanding support and affiliation with the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine (NSW and ACT).

    Associate Professor Margarite Vale – awarded for 3 years to 1 April 2018 – in recognition of her expertise and achievements in chronic disease management and her willingness to collaborate in this area of research at ACU.

    Ms Mary Wheeldon – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2018 – in recognition of her leadership in nursing and her willingness to collaborate with ACU and contribute to research initiatives and student programs relevant to contemporary health care.

    Associate Professor Andrew Wilson – renewed for 3 years to 15 August 2016 – in recognition of his expertise in the field of cardiovascular research.

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    Clinical Fellow

    Mrs Dora Alessi – renewed for 3 years to 30 June 2018 – in recognition of her valued contribution and support to the School of Nursing in terms of clinical education.

    Ms Jacqui Behan – awarded for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition her expertise in the area of cardiac care and her significant contribution to postgraduate cardiac specialty learning modules.

    Dr Joaquin Benedicto – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of her generous contribution regarding placement and education of ACU students at Melton Health and also her ongoing support and collaboration in teaching and learning and research.

    Mrs Elisabeth Black – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2018 – in recognition of her collaboration with the Nursing Research Institute and her willingness to contribute towards the quality of ACU’s nursing graduates.

    Ms Lisa Blackler – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of her commitment to the discipline of midwifery, in particular the growth of the Indigenous Midwifery workforce and her contribution to the ACU Away for Base (Indigenous) Bachelor of Midwifery students and her continued collaboration between the Gladstone Hospital, the Central Queensland Hospital and Health Service and ACU.

    Dr Catriona Booker – awarded for 3 years to 15 October 2016 – in recognition for her valuable contribution to the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine (QLD), and her advocacy of ACU.

    Ms Patricia Maree Boss – renewed for 3 years to 13 August 2018 – in recognition of her significant contributions in the area of paediatric nursing and collaborative work with the School of Nursing (NSW and ACT).

    Ms Cathy Boyle – awarded for 3 years to 15 August 2016 – in recognition of her expertise and leadership in the field of Clinical Supervision, and your significant contributions towards the development and delivery of mental health subjects at ACU.

    Mrs Margaret Broom – awarded for 3 years to 30 June 2018 – in recognition of her willingness to provide education to Neonatal Staff and her ongoing support as educator and mentor to ACU Graduate Certificate, Diploma and Masters Students through in-service and one to one support.

    Ms Christine Burke – awarded for 3 years to 15 October 2018 – in recognition of her expertise as a specialist in the field of mindfulness and her willingness to collaborate with ACU in regard to strengthening our international partnerships and research in this field.

    Ms Julie Cox – renewed for 3 years to 13 August 2017 – in recognition of her valued ontribution to the support and education of ACU midwifery students and clinical facilitators.

    Mr Nathan Dart – awarded for 3 years to 15 October 2016 – in recognition his valuable contribution to the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine (QLD), and his commitment to the discipline of mental health nursing.

    Dr Frédéric Dutheil – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2017 – in recognition his collaboration in cardiovascular and musculoskeletal research, his extensive publications record and his continued research in health science.

    Ms Julie Gawthorne – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2018 – in recognition of her clinical expertise in the area of emergency care and her willingness to collaborate with the Nursing Research Institute on research projects.

    Ms Susan Graham – renewed for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition of her expertise in the specialties of anaesthetics and peri-operative and her contribution to research.

    Ms Marnie Griffiths – awarded for 3 years to 12 February 2016 – in recognition of her expertise and leadership in midwifery, and her invaluable and significant contributions towards teaching and learning as a midwifery clinical facilitator.

    Dr Phu Hoang – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2017 – in recognition his continued supervision as well as his expert guidance in research projects and his collaboration between ACU and industry partners.

    Ms Joan Holmes – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2018 – in recognition of her expertise as a nurse educator and her willingness to collaborate with ACU in regard to the provision of high quality clinical placement experiences for nursing students.

    Dr Caron Jander – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2017 – in recognition her supervision and continued expert guidance in research projects involving musculoskeletal health and also her collaboration between ACU and industry partners.

    Ms Janet Karin – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of her excellence in dance performance and her willingness to strengthen collaboration with The Australian Ballet School and ACU particularly in the field of kinetic education and dance science.

    Mr Toby Keene – awarded for 3 years to 30 May 2017 – in recognition of his past and ongoing contributions to ACU and his collaboration with ACU in the development of joint research proposals in the paramedic area.

    Ms Melissa Knox – awarded for 3 years to 12 February 2016 – in recognition of her accomplishments as a nurse-midwife clinician and manager, and her strong commitment to ensuring quality teaching and learning for students.

    Mr Anthony Kohn – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2018 – in recognition of his expertise as a nurse educator and his valued contribution towards the development of the Graduate Certificate in Clinical Nursing (Cardiothoracic Nursing) and his willingness to provide high quality learning experiences and collaborative opportunities for ACU activities in this field.

    Dr Elizabeth Lightbody – awarded for 3 years to 30 June 2018 – in recognition of her extensive and significant achievements in nursing and her willingness to collaborate with ACU‘s funded international Stroke Research Collaboration and projects that facilitate research in international stroke related areas.

    Ms Heather MacFarlane – awarded for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition her expertise in the area of Interventional Cardiology, her dedication to supervision and her contributions towards the development and evaluation of the postgraduate nursing speciality interventional cardiology course.

    Mr Ian McGregor – awarded for 3 years to 15 May 2016 – in recognition of his expertise in the field of neurosciences and his significant contributions towards the teaching and support of staff.

    Ms Lorelle Malyon – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2017 – in recognition her continued support of the nursing program of School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine (Qld) particularly the ACU student placement program and her collaboration between ACU and the Royal Children’s Hospital.

    Ms Carolyn Moore – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of her excellence in nursing and her commitment to ongoing collaboration between St Vincent’s Private Hospital Melbourne and ACU particularly in the field of infection prevention.

    Ms Edel Murray – awarded for 3 years to 15 October 2018 – in recognition of her expertise as a Quality Coordinator and her collaboration regarding the successful implementation of Nursing Research Institute projects at St Vincent’s Private Hospital.

    Ms Maree Reynolds – renewed for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – 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 Jemima Ritchie – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2018 – in recognition of her expertise as a nurse educator and her valued contribution towards the development of the Graduate Certificate in Clinical Nursing (Cardiothoracic Nursing) and her willingness to provide high quality postgraduate programs delivered in partnership with industry leaders.

    Mrs Jane Rodgers – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2018 – in recognition of her clinical expertise in wound care and her willingness to collaborate with the Nursing Research Institute on research projects in this specialist area.

    Ms Claire Sauvarin – awarded for 3 years to 30 June 2018 – in recognition of her willingness to contribute to the teaching and learning in the Bachelor of Occupational Therapy curriculum and her assistance to improve the quality of our practice education.

    Mr Keppel Schafer – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2017 – in recognition his continued support of the midwifery program of the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine (Qld), particularly the ACU student placement program and his collaboration between ACU and the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service.

    Ms Annette Silinzieds – renewed for 3 years to 19 March 2016 – in recognition of her work as Education Coordinator of Postgraduate Studies and Specialised Programmes at St Vincent’s and Mercy Private Hospitals.

    Ms Mina Stevenson – awarded for 3 years to 20 October 2017 – in recognition of her excellence as clinical educator and her commitment to collaboration between Cohealth and ACU for the benefit of professional practice education, teaching and learning and research activities with the School of Allied Health.

    Ms Jenny Teo – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2018 – in recognition of her expertise as a nurse educator and her willingness to collaborate with ACU in regard to clinical placement experiences provided to Bachelor of Nursing and Bachelor of Nursing/Bachelor of Paramedicine students.

    Ms Margaret Turner – awarded for 3 years to 15 October 2018 – in recognition of your expertise as a Nurse Educator and your willingness to collaborate with the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine (Qld), as well as supporting ACU student nurses on clinical placements at The Prince Charles Hospital.

    Mr Scott Wilson – awarded for 3 years to 13 August 2017 – in recognition his expertise as an Exercise Physiologist and Physiotherapist, his experience in high performance sport and your commitment to explore research links with ACU.

    Dr Frances Wise – awarded for 3 years to 1 April 2018 – in recognition of her extensive experience in cardiac rehabilitation and her willingness to collaborate in research and occasional seminars in this area with ACU and the Caulfield’s Cardiac Rehabilitation and Alfred Health.

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