List of University of Southampton people
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.
- 1 Officers
- 2 Staff
- 3 Students
- 4 Fictional characters
- 5 References
Hartley Institution and Hartley College
Chancellors were known as Principals before the formation of University College
- 1862-73 Francis Bond
- 1873-74 Charles Blackader
- 1875-95 Thomas Shore
- 1896-00 R. Stewart
- 1900-02 Spencer Richardson
Chancellors were known as Presidents before the formation of University
- 1902-07 Arthur Wellesley, 4th Duke of Wellington.
- 1908-08 Sir Alfred Wills.
- 1910-13 Claude Montefiore (Acting President)
- 1913-34 Claude Montefiore.
- 1934-47 Lord John Seely
- 1948-49 Lord Wyndham Portal
- 1949-53 Gerald Wellesley, 7th Duke of Wellington
- 1952-62 Gerald Wellesley, 7th Duke of Wellington
- 1964-74 Lord Keith Murray
- 1974-84 Lord Eric Roll
- 1984-95 Earl George Jellicoe
- 1996-2006 John Palmer, 4th Earl of Selborne
- 2006-11 Sir John Parker
- 2011- Dame Helen Alexander
Vice-Chancellors were known as Principals before the formation of University
- 1902-12 Spencer Richardson
- 1912-20 Alexander Hill
- 1920-22 Thomas Tudor Loveday
- 1922-46 Kenneth Hotham Vickers
- 1946-52 Sir Robert Stanford Wood
- 1952-52 Sir Robert Stanford Wood
- 1952-65 David Gwilym James
- 1965-71 Kenneth Mather
- 1971-79 Laurence Gower
- 1979-85 John Roberts, CBE
- 1985-94 Sir Gordon Higginson
- 1994-01 Sir Howard Newby
- 2001-09 Sir William Wakeham
- 2009-__ Don Nutbeam
- Sir Henry Tizard
- Sir Samuel Gurney-Dixon
- Sir Basil Schonland
- Sir Bernard Miller
- Lord Edward Shackleton
- Sir Adrian Swire
- Dame Rennie Fritchie
- Dame Yvonne Moores
- William Darwin. First-born son of Charles Darwin. Treasurer of the Hartley Institution
Current and former notable members of academic staff by University of Southampton departments:
- Air Vice Marshal Henry Cave-Browne-Cave. Engineering officer in the Royal Naval Air Service during World War I and senior commander in the Royal Air Force during the 1930s
- Peter Gregson. President and Vice-Chancellor of Queen's University Belfast
- John Turner. Pro Vice-Chancellor at the University of Portsmouth
- Maurice Brookhart. Member of National Academy of Sciences
- Alan Carrington CBE. Winner of the Royal Society of Chemistry Longstaff Medal. Foreign Associate of the United States National Academy of Sciences
- Martin Fleischmann. Electrochemist famous for the claimed discovery of cold fusion and past President of the International Society of Electrochemistry
- David James. Bishop of Bradford
- Stanley Pons. Electrochemist famous for the claimed discovery of cold fusion
- Paul Curran. Current Vice-Chancellor of City University London, previous Vice-Chancellor of Bournemouth University and recipient of the Patron’s Medal of the Royal Geographical Society
Electronics and Computer Science
- Bashir Al-Hashimi. Co-director of the ARM-ECS Research Centre, and current Dean.
- Sir Tim Berners-Lee. World Wide Web inventor
- John Brignell. Popular Science author
- Michael Butler. Expert in Formal Methods for software engineering.
- Christopher Gutteridge, Open Data innovator.
- Dame Wendy Hall. President of the British Computer Society and Co-Founding Director of the Web Science Research Initiative
- Stevan Harnad Cognitive scientist and external member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences
- Tony Hey CBE. Corporate Vice-President of Microsoft UK
- Kirk Martinez. computer scientist, Digital Imaging and Wireless Sensor Network pioneer.
- Luc Moreau. Expert in Digital Provenance.
- Nick Jennings. Regius Professor of Computer Science.
- Kieron O'Hara. Philosopher, computer scientist and political writer.
- David Payne CBE. Inventor of the erbium-doped fibre amplifier EDFA used in fiber optic cables
- Philip Russell. Director of the third division of the Max Planck Research Group
- Sir Nigel Shadbolt. Computer Scientist and Co-Founder Director of the Web Science Research Initiative
- Erich Zepler. Pioneering contributor to radio receiver development
- Martin Dunwoody. Claimed to have a proved one of the Millennium Prize Problems, the Poincaré conjecture
- Hans Hamburger. Formulated the Hamburger moment problem
- Daniel Pedoe. Author of several influential books on various aspects of geometry
- Roy C. Geary. Founder of both the Central Statistics Office and the Economic and Social Research Institute.
- David Guest. Was a Communist British mathematician and philosopher who volunteered to fight in the Spanish Civil War and was killed in Spain in 1938.
Physics and Astronomy
- Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell. President of the Institute of Physics
- Sir David Wallace. Director of the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences in Cambridge and master of Churchill College, Cambridge
Ocean and Earth Science
- José Galizia Tundisi. President of the National Research Council of Brazil
- George Deacon. Awarded the Royal Medal of the Royal Society for contributions to physical oceanography and leadership as director of the National Institute of Oceanography
- William Crozier. Contemporary still-life and landscape artist
- Pam Cook. Author on cinema history
- Michael Finnissy. Composer, Pianist and Former President of the International Society of Contemporary Music
- Ric Graebner. Contemporary classical composer
- Heinz Henghes Modernist sculptor.
- Aamer Hussein. Short story writer and literary critic
- Mark Kermode. Noted film critic
- Nell Leyshon. Dramatist and Novelist
- Richard Marlow. Conductor and Former Director of Music at Trinity College, Cambridge
- Ray Monk. Biographer and Philosophy Author
- Frank Prince. Poet known for the 1942 poem Soldiers Bathing
- Ken Russell. Director for Oscar-winning film Women in Love (1969) and The Who's Tommy (1975)
- Michael Zev Gordon. Composer
- Malcolm Grant CBE. Provost and President of University College London
- Dame Judith Mayhew. Former Provost of King's College, Cambridge and on the Board of Directors at Merrill Lynch
- Albie Sachs Former Judge of the Constitutional Court of South Africa 
- Alastair Hudson - Professor of Equity and Finance Law
- David Cesarani. Historian, specialising in Jewish history
- Sir Barry Cunliffe. Former President of Council for British Archaeology (1976–79) and interim chair of English Heritage
- Anne Curry. Historian and Dean of Faculty of Humanities.
- Miriam Daly. Irish republican activist and Historian
- Harold Lawton Former Pro Vice-Chancellor of University of Sheffield and thought to have been the last surviving Allied soldier captured on the Western Front.
- Colin Renfrew, Baron Renfrew of Kaimsthorn. Noted Archaeologist
- David Quinn. Historian who specialised in the discovery and colonisation of America
- Donald Tyerman CBE. Former Editor of The Economist
- Peter Ucko. Founder of the World Archaeological Congress
- Robert Young. Post colonial Theorist and Historian
- Christopher Janaway. Published philosopher specializing in the work of Nietzsche. Publishing through OUP Oxford his most recent work is Beyond Selflessness: Reading Nietzsche's Genealogy.
- Sir Alan Budd. Economist, and founding member of the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee
- Nitin Desai. Economist and United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs
- Ian Diamond. Chief Executive of Economic and Social Research Council
- Paul Geroski. Economist and Former member of Monopolies and Mergers Commission
- Jan Haaland. Rector of the Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration
- Tim Holt. Former President of the Royal Statistical Society and Office for National Statistics
- Christopher Pissarides. Nobel Laureate in Economics.
- Raymond Plant. Labour peer and Professor of Jurisprudence and Political Philosophy at King's College London.
- Steve Smith. Vice-Chancellor, University of Exeter and Chair of the Board of the 1994 Group.
- Maurice Kugler. Columbian Economist, CIGI Chair in International Public Policy and Visiting Professor of Public Policy at the John F. Kennedy School of Government.
- David Pearce OBE. Was a pioneer of Environmental Economics. Additionally, was the chief environmental adviser to the UK Secretaries of State between 1989 and 1992, and was a convening lead author of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
- Jakob Broechner Madsen. Economist, professor and former financial analyst and deputy chief economist at the Bank of Jutland.
- T. M. Fred Smith. Former President of the Royal Statistical Society.
- Khalid Aziz. Broadcaster, management journalist and businessman
- Richard Werner. Professor of Finance, best known for his theory of quantitative easing.
Nursing and midwifery
- Dame Jessica Corner, Dean (since 2010) of the Faculty of Health Sciences, and Professor (since 2008) of Cancer and Palliative Care at the University of Southampton.
- Dame Jill Macleod Clark, President of the Infection Control Nursing Association
- Paul Light. Former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Winchester
- Paul Webley. Director and Principal of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
- Michael Arthur. Vice-Chancellor of the University of Leeds
- Sir Donald Acheson. Former Chief Medical Officer of the United Kingdom
- Terry Hamblin. Haematology and Immunology Expert
- Gerald Kerkut. Noted Zoologist and Physiologist
- Eric Thomas. Current Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bristol and chair of the Worldwide Universities Network
Former notable students at Southampton include:
- Richard Aldridge. Former President of the Palaeontological Association
- Anthony Cohen CBE. Vice-Chancellor of Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh
- Sir Christopher Ingold. Chemist and recipient of the Longstaff Medal of the Royal Society of Chemistry in 1951 and the Royal Medal of the Royal Society in 1952.
- David Jones. Flavelle Medal–winning biologist
- Phil Moorby. Computer Scientist and recipient of the Phil Kaufman Award
- Antony Sutton. Economist who published on controversial topics such as the West's role in developing Soviet Union, Wall Street's involvement in the Russian Revolution and the rise of Adolf Hitler and the University of Yale's Skull and Bones Society
- Adrian Tinniswood. Author, historian and educationalist
- Colin White. Historian and Director of the Royal Naval Museum
- Darren Almond. Artist working in film, installation, sculpture and photography. Nominated for the 2005 Turner Prize
- Stephen Baysted. Composer of Video Game soundtracks
- Stephen Baxter. Award winning Science Fiction author
- Martin Bell poet and founder member of the The Group
- John Buckley, sculptor, creator of the Headington Shark
- James Castle. Draughtsman and sculptor, Invited Artist at Royal West of England Academy
- Ronald Cavaye. Renowned pianist and music author
- Daniel Catán. Composer of Florencia en el Amazonas
- James Clarke. Composer of Voices in collaboration with Harold Pinter
- Stephen Deuchar. Director of Tate Britain
- Brian Eno. Electronic music pioneer, recording artist and producer.
- Aaron Fletcher. Musician in The Bees
- Anne Hardy. Artist best known for her large-scale photographic work of unusual interior spaces
- Jeremy Hardy. Winner of the Perrier Comedy Award in 1988
- Mark Hill. Record Producer and member of Artful Dodger band
- Mick Jackson. Director of L.A. Story and Volcano
- Stephen Jeffreys. Playwright of The Libertine
- Marek Larwood. Comedian in BBC Three sitcom Rush Hour
- Paul Lee. Noted sculpture
- Robin Maconie. Composer, pianist, and writer
- Dominic Muldowney. Composer and former music director of the Royal National Theatre
- John Nettles. Actor best known for playing the main roles in Bergerac and Midsomer Murders
- James Saunders. Playwright and writer of BBC sitcom Bloomers
- Rosemary Squire. Co-founder and Executive Director of the Ambassador Theatre Group
- Pauline Stainer. Noted English poet
- Linda Sutton. Artist and regular exhibitor at the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition
- Antony G. Sweeney. Former director of the Australian Centre for the Moving Image
- Michael Burrow. Independent Non-Executive Director of Ashtead Group and Former Managing Director at Lehman Brothers Investment Banking
- George Buckley. Chairman, President, and Chief Executive of 3M.
- Robert Clark. Chairman of London Communications Agency
- Canan Ediboglu. General Manager of Shell, Turkey
- Jeffrey Harris[disambiguation needed]. Chairman of Alliance Unichem
- Chris Hohn. Founder of The Children's Investment Fund Management and Britain's biggest charity donor
- Yasuhiko Katoh. President of Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co.
- Frederick Lanchester. Co-founder of the Lanchester Motor Company
- Kikis Lazarides. Executive Chairman of Cyprus Popular Bank and President of the Cyprus Olympic Committee
- Andrew MacLeod, Non-Executive Director of Cornerstone Capital and Homestrings PLC; former humanitarian lawyer and aid worker
- Stephen Margo. Vice President of Warner Bros. Records
- Simon Montague. Director of communications for Eurostar
- Richard Murphy, accountant and tax campaigner
- Christopher Orlebar. Former British Airways Concorde pilot
- Chai Patel CBE. Former Chief Executive of the Priory Healthcare group
- Stephen Payne OBE. Maritime consultant and former Vice-President and Chief Naval Architect at Carnival Corporation (owners of Cunard)
- Gordon Pell. Board member of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group and Chief Executive of Coutts & Co
- Stuart Popham. Senior partner at Clifford Chance
- David Pritchard[disambiguation needed]. Non-executive Deputy Chairman of Lloyds TSB Group, chairman of Cheltenham & Gloucester plc
- Peter Tertzakian. Chief Energy Economist of ARC Financial Corporation
- Paul Vickers. Executive Director of the Trinity Mirror plc
- Colin Withers. Managing Director at Citigroup
Politics and public life
- Grenville Cross. Director of Public Prosecutions of Hong Kong, China
- John Denham. Labour Member of Parliament for Southampton Itchen and Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities and Skills
- Evan Enwerem. Former President of the Senate of Nigeria
- Mohammed Lutfi Farhat. Member of the Pan-African Parliament from Libya and the Parliament's North African Vice President
- Astrid Fischel Volio. Vice-President of Costa Rica
- Sir Adrian Fulford. Judge of the International Criminal Court
- Justine Greening. Conservative Member of Parliament for Putney and a Shadow Minister for the HM Treasury
- Baroness Gloria Hooper. Lawyer and Life peer in the House of Lords
- Gerald Howarth. Conservative Member of Parliament for Aldershot and Shadow Minister for Secretary of State for Defence
- Jason Hu. Mayor of Taichung City and former foreign minister of the Republic of China
- Ebele Okeke. First female head of the Nigerian Civil Service
- Usutuaije Maamberua. Namibian politician head of the South West Africa National Union
- Glyn Mathias. Former Electoral Commissioner of the United Kingdom
- Bob Mitchell. Former Labour Member of Parliament for Southampton Test and Social Democratic Party Member of Parliament for Southampton Itchen
- Peter Price. Honorary Member of the European Parliament and member of the European Strategy Council
- Geoffrey Rowland. Current Bailiff of Guernsey
- Arnold Shaw. Former Labour Member of Parliament for Ilford South
- Viscount Jan David Simon. Labour Member of the House of Lords
- Sir John Stevens. Former head of the Metropolitan Police Service and Current International Security Advisor to the Prime Minister
- Lord Clive Soley. Labour Member of the House of Lords
- Matthew Taylor. Chief Executive of the Royal Society of Arts
- Lord George Thomas. Former Speaker of the House of Commons and Labour Member of Parliament for Cardiff Central and Cardiff West
- Richard Thomas. Information Commissioner and former Director of Public Policy at Clifford Chance law firm
- Alan Whitehead. Labour Member of Parliament for Southampton Test
- William Whitlock. Former Labour Member of Parliament for Nottingham North
- Sheila Wright. Former Labour Member of Parliament for Birmingham Handsworth
- Conor Burns. Member of Parliament for Bournemouth West
- Laura Bailey. Model and fashion writer
- Liz Barker. Former Blue Peter Presenter
- Andrea Benfield. Co-anchor of Wales Tonight
- Alex Brummer. Leading financial commentator and City Editor for The Mail on Sunday and the Daily Mail newspapers
- Stefan Buczacki. Renowned horticulturalist, radio and TV expert
- Jon Craig. Chief Political Correspondent for Sky News
- David Cracknell. Former Political Editor for the Sunday Times newspaper
- Jason Cowley. Editor for the New Statesman magazine
- John Inverdale. Sports Broadcaster for the BBC
- Glyn Mathias. Political Editor of Independent Television News (1981-1986) and BBC Wales (1994-1999), the Electoral Commission's Commissioner for Wales (2001-2008) and a board member of OFCOM (2011–present)
- Dominic Mohan. Editor of the newspaper The Sun
- Chris Packham. Naturalist and Television Presenter for Inside Out in the South
- Daniel Sandford. Home Affairs Correspondent for the BBC
- Jon Sopel. Presenter of The Politics Show and one of the lead presenters on BBC News 24
- Kathy Tayler. Former presenter of Holiday on the BBC
- Stella Tennant. Modeled for Chanel, Calvin Klein, Hermès and Burberry
- Srđa Trifković. Foreign affairs editor for the Chronicles magazine and director of the Center for International Affairs at The Rockford Institute
- Alasdhair Willis. Founder publisher of Wallpaper* magazine
- Caroline Wyatt. Paris Correspondent for the BBC
- Air Vice Marshal Arthur Button OBE. Former Senior Commander in the Royal Air Force
- Air Commodore Ian Stewart. Commandant of the Air Cadet Organisation
- Admiral Sir George Zambellas. First Sea Lord and awarded the Distinguished Service Cross in 2000.
- Anjem Choudary. Muslim preacher
- David Hallatt. Former Anglican Bishop of Shrewsbury
- Lee Rayfield. Anglican Bishop of Swindon
- Timothy Thornton. Anglican Bishop of Sherborne
- Guin Batten. Won silver at the 2000 Summer Olympics in the Quadruple Scull and set the record for the fastest solo crossing of the English Channel in a rowing shell.
- Miriam Batten. Won silver at the 2000 Summer Olympics in the Quadruple Scull
- Roger Black. 400m Athlete and European, Commonwealth and World Championship gold medalist
- Tim Male. Rower in the 2004 Summer Olympics
- Adrian Newey. Technical Director, Red Bull Racing Formula One team
- Jon Potter. Member of the gold winning British Field Hockey squad at the 1988 Summer Olympics and bronze winning squad at the 1984 Summer Olympics
- Harry Tarraway. Olympian at the 1948 Olympic Games
- Mark Taylor. Former captain of Wales national rugby union team
- Robert Tobin. Athlete. Part of the silver medal-winning 4x400 relay team at the 2009 World Athletic Championships in Berlin.
- Bruce Tulloh. 5000m Athlete and won the gold medal at the 1962 European Championships in bare feet
- Lawrence Wallace. Medal winner at the 1938 Empire Games
- Rob White. Deputy managing director engine at Renault F1.
- Kevin Ashman. International Mastermind Champion
- Sally Clark. Lawyer, convicted for the murder of her two children in 1999, subsequently quashed on appeal in 2003; notable for the involvement of Sir Roy Meadow and Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy
- Gerry del-Guercio, Richard Hanson, Neil Higton, John Maskell and Alexei Roszkowiak. Members of indie rock band SixNationState, formed whilst studying Sociology at Southampton
- George Hersee. BBC Engineer responsible for development of Test Card F
- Scott Mills. Radio One DJ. Involved with Southampton University's radio station, Surge, although never a student at the University
- Jeremy Stangroom. British writer, editor, and website designer.
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