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The Chancellor, Mr David Morgan presided, assisted by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sally Walker.
The Mc was the Director, Division of Student Administration, Ms Fofi Hronopoulos.
The Mace-bearer was Mr Dale Warren.
The Faculty representative was Ms Barbara Yee.
Dean, Faculty of Business and Law, Professor Gael McDonald.
Dean, Faculty of Health, Medicine, Nursing and Behavioural Sciences, Professor John Catford.
Deputy Chair of the Academic Board, Professor Julie Wolfram Cox
The student response was delivered by Miss Rachael Fry
Honoury Degree Reciepient
The degree of Doctor of Laws (honoris causa) was conferred upon the Honorable Mr Stephen Phillip Bracks in recognition of distinguished services to the Victorian community.
The occasional address was delivered by Mr Greg Tweedly, Chief Executive Officer, WorkSafe Victoria.
Greg Tweedly's career has been in various statutory authorities in the Public Sector of Victoria focusing on improving the quality of service to the Victorian community across multiple industries.
Mr Tweedly was appointed Chief Executive Officer (CEO), WorkSafe Victoria in February 2003, after rejoining the Victorian WorkCover Authority (VWA) as Acting CEO from September 2002. WorkSafe is the regulator of workplace safety in Victoria and also provides workers compensation insurance for Victorian employers.
Mr Tweedly previously worked for the VWA (and its predecessor the Accident Compensation Commission 1990-1996) in numerous senior positions including Chief Financial Officer and later Director, responsible for the regulation of the Victorian Workers Compensation system.
Mr Tweedly held senior positions with the Transport Accident Commission from 1996-2002 including Chief Operating Officer responsible for all Claims Management functions.
Prior to 1990, Mr Tweedly held senior financial positions at V/Line and the Melbourne Metropolitan Board of Works (MMBW).
Mr Tweedly is currently a Director of the Personal Injury Education Foundation (PIEF), Director of the Institute for Safety, Compensation and Recovery Research (ISCRR), Member of Safe Work Australia Council and Chair of Heads of Workers Compensation Authorities (HWCA).
Mr Tweedly holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Melbourne University.