Ian Angus was awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia in 2006 for service to electronic engineering, particularly through the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, and to the community.
Ian had 35 years at RMIT where he pioneered training programmes for the television industry both broadcast and receiving. He retired as Vice Principal of the Technical College in 1988 after a long teaching and administrative career. He was an examiner for the Australian Broadcasting Control Board and a consultant to Silliman University in the Philippines for the International Development Program of Australian Universities and Colleges and a member of a Mission to Nanjing Institute of Technology.
Ian was a Member - Australian College of Education; Member – Engineers Australia; Senior Member – Institute of Radio and Electronics Engineers (Aust); Fellow – Television and Electronics Institute of Australia and presenter of papers to professional institutions.
On retirement from RMIT Ian had 12 years of consulting. Ian’s other interests have included Charter Membership of the Rotary Club of Central Melbourne – Sunrise; Member and Treasurer of the Collins Street Baptist Church; Board Member of Urban Seed and Hon. Secretary and Treasurer of the Gospel Hall Trust.