List of University of Southampton people

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This is a list of University of Southampton people, including famous officers, staff (past and present) and student alumni from the University of Southampton or historical institutions from which the current university derives.

Officers[edit]

Chancellors[edit]

Hartley Institution and Hartley College[edit]

Chancellors were known as Principals before the formation of University College[1]

  • 1862-73 Francis Bond
  • 1873-74 Charles Blackader
  • 1875-95 Thomas Shore
  • 1896-00 R. Stewart
  • 1900-02 Spencer Richardson

University College[edit]

Chancellors were known as Presidents before the formation of University[1]

University[edit]

Vice-Chancellors[edit]

University College[edit]

Vice-Chancellors were known as Principals before the formation of University[1]

University[edit]

Other[edit]

Selected past and current Pro-Chancellors[1][12]

Staff[edit]

Current and former notable members of academic staff by University of Southampton departments:

Engineering[edit]

Chemistry[edit]

Geography[edit]

Electronics and Computer Science[edit]

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, World Wide Web inventor

Mathematics[edit]

Physics and Astronomy[edit]

Ocean and Earth Science[edit]

Arts[edit]

Heinz Henghes. Modernist sculptor and former head of Fine Art at the Winchester School of Art

Law[edit]

Humanities[edit]

Social Sciences[edit]

Sir Alan Budd, Economist and founding member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee

Management[edit]

Nursing and midwifery[edit]

Psychology[edit]

Medicine[edit]

Students[edit]

Former notable students at Southampton include:

Academia[edit]

Arts[edit]

Business[edit]

Stephen Payne on board RMS Queen Mary 2 in July 2013.

Politics and public life[edit]

Media[edit]

John Inverdale, Sports Broadcaster

Military[edit]

Religion[edit]

Sport[edit]

Adrian Newey, Technical Director of Red Bull Racing

Other[edit]

Fictional characters[edit]

References[edit]

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