ISCAST Fellow Professor Michael Knight Made Member of Order of Australia AM

ISCAST Fellow, Emeritus Professor Michael John Knight was made a Member (AM) of the General Division of the Order of Australia this year. This honour was awarded “for significant service to scientific education, particularly to hydrogeology  and groundwater management.” 

Professor Knight’s selection was informed by notable points of his career, including positions with the following institutions:

University of Technology, Sydney:

  • Director, National Centre for Groundwater Management, 1991-2004
  • Professor of Hydrogeology, 1995-2004.
  • Emeritus Professor since 2004

International Association of Hydrogeologists:

  • World President, 1996-2000.
  • President, Australian Chapter, 1991-1995.
  • Life Member, since 2005.

University of New South Wales:

  • Director, Centre for Groundwater Management and Hydrogeology, 1987-1991.
  • Lecturer and academic, 1974-1991.

Along with other work of his, including:

  • Associate Member, Department of Archaeology, University of Sydney, since 2014
  • Member, Final Selection Panel, Cooperative Research Centre, 2000-2005
  • Voluntary Technical Developer and Manager of a groundwater supply for a high school and villages in Uganda, Rotary Australia, 2014-2016
  • Research Consultant, 1974-2004
  • Postgraduate degree development in Hydrology and Groundwater Management, 1986-2004