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Air Chief Marshal Sir Angus Houston AK, AFC (Ret’d)

The Governor of Queensland, Paul de Jersey AC, will install Air Chief Marshal Sir Angus Houston AK, AFC (Ret’d) as the University of the Sunshine Coast’s new Chancellor at a formal investiture ceremony at USC on Monday 7 August.

The ceremony will be held at the University’s Innovation Centre auditorium at 4pm, with invited guests arriving from 3.30pm.

Sir Angus, who was the Chief of the Australian Defence Force from 2005-2011, accepted the appointment as Chancellor following the recent retirement of John Dobson OAM, who had served in this role for the past decade.

The Governor of Queensland, Paul de Jersey AC, will install Air Chief Marshal Sir Angus Houston AK, AFC (Ret’d) as the University of the Sunshine Coast’s new Chancellor at a formal investiture ceremony at USC on Monday 7 August.

The ceremony will be held at the University’s Innovation Centre auditorium at 4pm, with invited guests arriving from 3.30pm.

Sir Angus, who was the Chief of the Australian Defence Force from 2005-2011, accepted the appointment as Chancellor following the recent retirement of John Dobson OAM, who had served in this role for the past decade.

 
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