List of Australian National University people

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This is a list of notable alumni and faculty of the Australian National University.

Alumni[edit]

Government[edit]

Federal politicians[edit]

State and territory politicians[edit]

Military and civil servants[edit]

Diplomats[edit]

Foreign officials[edit]

Business[edit]

Law[edit]

Judges[edit]

Legal practitioners[edit]

Law professors[edit]

  • Thomas Alured Faunce, Professor at the ANU College of Law, health law expert
  • Dennis Pearce, former Dean of the ANU College of Law, administrative law expert, Commonwealth Ombudsmen 1988-1990
  • George Williams, Professor at the UNSW Faculty of Law, constitutional law expert
  • Andrew Byrnes, Professor at the UNSW Faculty of Law, international law expert
  • Megan Davis, Professor at the UNSW Faculty of Law, indigenous law expert
  • Martin Krygier, Professor at the UNSW Faculty of Law, legal theory expert
  • Anne Twomney, Professor at Sydney Law School, Chinese law expert
  • Vivienne Bath, Professor at Sydney Law School, constitutional law expert
  • Michael Dirkis, Professor at Sydney Law School, taxation law expert
  • Mark Findlay, Professor at Sydney Law School, criminal law expert
  • Christine Parker, Professor at Monash University Faculty of Law, legal regulation expert
  • Sarah Worthington, Professor at Cambridge University Faculty of Law, Downing Professor of the Laws of England

Academia[edit]

Sciences and medicine[edit]

Media and the arts[edit]

Sport[edit]

Other[edit]

Faculty[edit]

Administration[edit]

Chancellors[edit]

Years Chair of Interim Council
1946–1951 Richard Mills1, OBE, DSc (LSE), LLM (Melb)
Years Chancellor
1951–1961 Viscount Bruce, CH, MC, FRS, PC, BCL (Cantab)
1961–1965 Sir John Cockcroft, OM, KCB, CBE, BMath (Cantab)
1965–1968 Baron Florey, OM, FRS, PhD (Cantab), MA (Oxon)
1968–1976 Dr. H. C. Coombs, PhD (LSE), MA (UWA)
1976–1984 Sir John Crawford, AC, CBE, MEc (Syd)
1984–1987 Sir Richard Blackburn, OBE, BA, BCL (Oxon)
1987–1990 Sir Gordon Jackson, AK
1990–1994 Sir Geoffrey Yeend, AC, CBE, BComm (Melb)
1994–2006 Peter Baume, AC, MD (Syd)
2006–2009 Allan Hawke10, BSc (Hons), PhD (ANU), FAIPA, FAIM, FAICD
2009–2010 Kim Beazley, AC, BA (Hons), MA (UWA), MPhil (Oxon)
2010– Gareth Evans, AC, QC, BA, LLB (Hons)(Melb), MA (Oxon)
1 Mills served as Chair of the Interim Council while the University was initially beginning operations. While Bruce was officially the first Chancellor, Mills had been effectively fulfilling the same function.
10 Hawke retired on 1 January 2009 and was succeeded by Kim Beazley.

Vice-Chancellors[edit]

Years Vice-Chancellor
1948–1953 Sir Douglas Copland, CMG, MA (Hons)(UNZ), DLitt (Melb)
1953–1960 Sir Leslie Melville, KBE, BEc (Syd)
1960–1967 Sir Leonard Huxley, KBE, DPhil (Oxon)
1968–1973 Sir John Crawford, AC, CBE, MEc (Syd)
1973–1975 Robert Williams, ?
1975–1982 Donald Anthony Low, AO, MA, DPhil (Oxon), PhD, LittD (Cantab), FAHA, FRHistS
1982–1987 Peter Karmel, AC, CBE, PhD (Cantab)
1988–1993 Lawrence Walter Nichol, DSc, PhD (Adel), FAA, FASBMB
1994–2001 Deane Terrell, AO, MEc (Hons)(Adel), PhD (Oxon)
2001–2011 Ian Chubb, AC, MSc, DPhil (Oxon), HonDSc (Flinders)
2011– Ian Young, AO, BE (Hons), MEngSc, PhD (JCU), HonFIEAust, FTSE

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  6. ^ "Australian Ambassador to Brazil". DFAT. Retrieved 5 February 2014. 
  7. ^ "Australian Ambassador to Chile". DFAT. Retrieved 5 February 2014. 
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  9. ^ "Australian Ambassador to Ethiopia". DFAT. Retrieved 5 February 2014. 
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  17. ^ "Australian High Commissioner to Malta". DFAT. Retrieved 5 February 2014. 
  18. ^ "Australian Ambassador to Myanmar". DFAT. Retrieved 5 February 2014. 
  19. ^ "Australian Ambassador to Nepal". DFAT. Retrieved 5 February 2014. 
  20. ^ "Australian High Commissioner to Nigeria". DFAT. Retrieved 5 February 2014. 
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