UC recipients in 2018 Queens Birthday Honours

Please join us in congratulating those staff, alumni and alumnae who exemplify our vision of tangata tu tangata ora, people prepared to make a difference, and have been appointed to The New Zealand Order of Merit in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit
Mr Nigel Hampton
For services to the Law
Alumnus: 1965 LLB

Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit
Mrs Gillian Gemming
For services to Hockey
Alumna: 1972 BA Geography

Mr Gordon Hosking
For services to conservation
Alumnus:1968 BSc Science

Mr Peter Lorimer
For services to the State
Alumnus: 1968 BA Economics
1969 LLB
1969 MA Economics

Mr Michael O’Brien
For services to social policy and education
Alumnus: 1974 BA Sociology

Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit 
Professor Elisabeth McDonald

For services to the law and education
Staff: UC School of Law

Mr Andrew Dellaca
For services to children and sports governance
Alumnus: 1977 Bcom

Miss Andrea Hewitt
For services to triathlon
Alumna:2004 Bcom/Athlete

Ms Gabrielle Huria
For services to Māori and governance
Alumna: 1986 BA Sociology

Ms Margaret Jefferies
For services to the community
Alumna: 1966 BA Geography
1968 MA Geography
1968 Teachers College Diploma

Ms Tracy Phillips
For services to the New Zealand Police and the community
Alumna: 1989 BA Psychology

Dr Katherine Saville-Smith
For services to seniors and housing
Alumna: 1978 BA History
1980 GradDipJ Journalism
1982 MA (Hons) Sociology

The Very Reverend Pamela Tankersley
For services to the Presbyterian Church and the community
Alumna: 1970 Teachers College Diploma

Mrs Julie Wylie
For services to musical play therapy
Alumna: 1980 CertLibStud Liberal Studies
1985 BA Music
1986 DipT Secondary
2003 MusB(Hons) Music

Queen’s Service Medal
Ms Alison Ross
For services to conservation
Alumna: 1975 MZ (Hons) Religious Studies

Ms Rosemarie Searle
For services to the community and sport
Alumna: 1989 DipT Primary (Education)

One thought on “UC recipients in 2018 Queens Birthday Honours”

  1. Congratulations to all those people- very well deserved.
    Great to see the South Island well represented.

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