List of alumni and faculty of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

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This is list of persons affiliated with the Australian university the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) - otherwise referred to as RMIT University in Australia and RMIT International University in Vietnam. It includes alumni, as well as current and former students and faculty, etc.

Art[edit]

Drawing and painting[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Ian Armstrong Dip Art painter [1]
Irene Barberis former Head of Drawing Founder and Director of Metasenta® and the DrawingSpace, Melbourne – both of which have been based at RMIT [2][3]
Charles Billich art classes painter; work held in the UN Headquarters, Vatican Museums and White House collections [4][5]
Godwin Bradbeer former Head of Drawing artist [6][7][8]
Bill Colemam art classes [MTC] artist [9]
David de Vries painting classes comic book artist and writer, previously with DC Comics and Mad Magazine [10]
Harold Freedman, OAM art classes, former faculty mural artist, former State Artist of Victoria [11]
Luis Geraldes former faculty artist [12]
Virginia Grayson BFA(Hon), MFA, faculty artist; recipient of the Dobell Prize (2008) [13][14][15]
William Ellis Green, OAM art classes newspaper cartoonist; best known by the pen name "WEG" [16]
Robin Hill art classes painter and naturalist [17][18]
Robert Hollingworth MA (Fine Art), former faculty artist; recipient of the Sir John Sulman Prize (1990) [19]
Robert Ingpen, AM Dip Art (Graphics), D Arts (honoris causa) illustrator and writer; designed the flag of the Northern Territory and many Australian postage stamps [20][21][22]
Kenneth Jack, AM, MBE art classes painter; work held in the National Gallery of Australia and Windsor Castle Royal Collection [17][23][24]
Robert Jacks, AO BA (Painting) artist; recipient of the Sir John Sulman Prize (1998) and Bendigo Art Gallery's Robert Jacks Prize named in his honour [25][26][27]
Anne Judell, AO BA artist; recipient of the Dobell Prize (2011) [28]
Barry Kay art classes, painting painter, scenery & costume design for the theatre, photographer [29][30]
John Kelly BA (Painting), MA (Painting) painter; painted the "Dobell's Cows" series [31][32]
Roger Kemp commercial art classes [WMC] abstract artist [33]
Sam Leach BA (Hon) (Painting), MFA painter; third artist ever to receive the Archibald and Wynne prizes in the same year (2010) [34][35]
Richard Linton photolithography classes painter [36]
Tony Lloyd MFA painter [37]
Van Thanh Rudd BA (Hon) (Painting) controversial artist; nephew of former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd [38][39]
Gareth Sansom art classes atist; former Dean of the School of Art at the Victorian College of the Arts and recipient of the Dobell Prize (2012) [27][40][41]
Napier Waller, CMG, OBE former faculty [WMC] mural artist [11][42]
Charles Wheeler, OBE, DCM art classes painter and recipient of the Archibald Prize (1933) [43]

Photography and printmaking[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Tate Adams, AM former faculty printmaker [44][45]
Peter Bennetts BA (Photo) photographer [46][47]
Murray Griffin former faculty printmaker [48]
Grahame King, AM art classes printmaker [49][50][51]
Charles Page Dip Photo, BA (Photo) photographer [52]
Graham Pizzey, AM DAppSci (honoris causa), faculty photographer and writer [20][53]
Udo Sellbach former faculty printmaker; co-founder of the Print Council of Australia [54]
Heather Shimmen BA printmaker [55]
Christopher Stewart former faculty photographer; current Professor of Photography at the University of Technology, Sydney [56]

Sculpture and smithing[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Natasha Avila BFA, MFA jeweller [57]
Kingsley Baird MFA sculptor [58]
Peter Corlett attended sculptor [59]
Stuart Devlin, AO, CMG Dip Art (Smithing), D Arts (honoris causa) goldsmith; designed the decimal coinage of Australia; former official jeweller to Queen Elizabeth II [20][60]
Ray Ewers art classes sculptor; work held by the Australian War Memorial [61]
Leonard French, OBE art classes artist; designed the stained glass ceiling of the National Gallery of Victoria [17][62]
Pamela Irving, OBE former faculty sculptor; created the popular "Larry La Trobe" sculpture in City Square, Melbourne [63]
Stacha Halpern attended sculptor [64]
Inge King D Arts (honoris causa), faculty sculptor [20][49]
Clement Meadmore BEng, D Arts (honoris causa) sculptor [20][65][66]
Lenton Parr Sculpture classes, D Arts (honoris causa) former Director of the Victorian College of the Arts; Lenton Parr Library at the VCA named in his honour [20][44][67]
Klytie Pate, AO art classes [MTC] potter; work held by the National Gallery of Victoria and the National Gallery of Australia [68]
Simon Perry faculty sculptor; created the popular "Public Purse" sculpture in Bourke Street, Melbourne [69]
Lisa Roet BFA sculptor [66]
Zoja Trofimiuk MFA sculptor [66]
Teisutis Zikaras former faculty sculptor [44][70]

Others[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Stephen Banham BA, faculty typographer [71]
Joseph Brown, AM, OBE art classes [WMC] art collector; gifted the largest single collection of the National Gallery of Victoria [72][73]
Betty Churcher, AO former faculty former Director of the National Gallery of Australia (1990-1997) [74]
Sir Jonathan Mills, AO MArch, DArts (honoris causa) festival director; current director of the Edinburgh International Festival and former director of the Melbourne Festival [75]
Jill Orr MFA visual artist [76]
Sarah Jane Pell Dip Eng, former faculty performance and visual artist; former researcher in RMIT's Exertion Games Lab [77][78]
Ron Radford, AM Dip Art (Painting), D Arts (honoris causa) current Director of the National Gallery of Australia (2004–present) [20][79]
Christian Thompson BA (Hon) (Visual Art), MFA visual artist [80][81]
Timothy James Webb MFA visual artist [82]
Shaun Wilson BFA, faculty visual artist [83][84]

Business and society[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Peter Beilharz former faculty sociologist; co-founder and editor of the academic journal Thesis Eleven [85]
Henry Bosch, AO faculty businessman; Adjunct Professor in the RMIT School of Management [86]
Allan Briggs faculty crisis communications expert and founder of Briggs Communications [87]
Andrew Darbyshire, AM attended software entrepreneur and philanthropist, founder of Pacsoft [88]
Andrew Demetriou former faculty former CEO of the Australian Football League (AFL) [89]
The Ven. Philip Down DipAppSci Church of England Archdeacon of Ashford [90][91]
David Dunstan former faculty Australian history academic; former Director of Monash University's National Centre for Australian Studies [92]
Bob Isherwood Dip Art (Advert), D Comm (honoris causa) business leader; former Worldwide Creative Director of Saatchi & Saatchi [20][93]
Margaret Gardner, AO current Vice-Chancellor economist and community leader [94]
Paul James former faculty Director of the UN Global Cities Programme and former Director of the RMIT Global Cities Research Institute [95]
Mary Kalantzis faculty Adjunct Professor in the RMIT School of Global Studies, Social Science and Planning [96]
Bruce Kingsbury, VC attended World War II soldier and recipient of the Victoria Cross [97]
Tan Le faculty business leader and President of Emotiv Systems [98][99]
Jonathan Ling MBA CEO and Managing Director of New Zealand's largest listed company Fletcher Building [100]
Paul Little, AO attended, D Bus (honoris causa) Director of Little Projects and former Director of Australasia's largest transport company Toll Holdings [20][101][102]
Francis Macnab, AM, OM D Psych (honoris causa) Executive Minister of the Uniting Church of St Michael's in Melbourne and founder of the Cairnmillar Institute [103][104]
Harold Mitchell, AC Dip Advert, DBus (honoris causa) media entrepreneur and philanthropist, founder of Mitchell Communications [105]
Tom Nairn former faculty nationalist, RMIT's Globalism Research Centre Tom Nairn Lecture named in his honour [106]
Jacques Nasser, AO BBus, D Tech (honoris causa) Chairman of the World's largest mining company BHP Billiton, and former CEO of Ford [20][107][108]
Tony Naughton former faculty former Professor of Economics and Head of the RMIT School of Economics, Finance and Marketing [109]
The Hon. Francis Ormond founder grazier, politician and public benefactor; Building 1 (Francis Ormond Building) at RMIT named in his honour [110]
Charles Pearson former faculty journalist and politician; Pearson & Murphy's cafe at RMIT named after him [111][112]
Melinda Tankard Reist BA (Journ) advocate for women's rights and media commentator [113]
Bruce Ruxton, AM, OBE attended former President of the Returned and Services League of Australia (Victorian Branch) [114]
Leonie Sandercock former Deputy Dean former Deputy Dean of the RMIT School of Global Studies, Social Science and Planning [115]
Dame Margaret Scott, AC, DBE Dip Ed, Grad Dip Arts, D Ed (honoris causa) ballet dancer; founder and former Director of the Australian Ballet School [20][116]
Paul Stoddart attended former owner of the Minardi (Formula 1) and Minardi Team USA (Indy Car) racing teams [117]
Ziggy Switkowski current Chancellor business leader and nuclear scientist [118]
Robert Thomson BA (Journ) CEO of News Corp., former editor-at-large of The Wall Street Journal as well as The Times [119][120]

Design[edit]

Architecture[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Robin Boyd, CBE Architecture classes Influential architect and proponent of modern architecture in Australia [121][122]
Mark Burry faculty Director of RMIT's Design Research Institute and Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory [123][124]
Neil Clerehan Attended Architect [125]
Peter Corrigan D Arch (honoris causa), faculty Architect; Principal of Edmond and Corrigan [20][126]
Norman Day MArch, D Arch (honoris causa), faculty Architect and writer; Adjunct Professor of Architecture at RMIT [20][127][128]
Harold Desbrowe-Annear former faculty [WMC] architect [129]
Zahava Elenberg BArch (Hon) Architect; Young Australian Businesswoman of the Year (2003) [130]
Cassandra Fahey BArch Architect; designed the controversial "Sam Newman House" in St Kilda [131]
Ernest Fooks Former faculty [MTC] architect; first lecturer in town planning at Melbourne Technical College (antecedent to RMIT) [132]
Eli Giannini B Arch, M Arch Architect, director of MGS Architects, AIA Life Fellow [133][134]
Sean Godsell M Arch Sustainable-design architect [135][136]
Graeme Gunn Dip, D Arch (honoris causa), former faculty architect; foundation Dean of the RMIT School of Architecture and Design [137]
Daryl Jackson, AO Dip Arch Architect; designed Etihad Stadium and the MCG's Great Southern Stand [138][139]
Nonda Katsalidis MArch Architect; Principal of Fender Katsalidis Architects; designed Eureka Tower [140]
William S.W. Lim D Arch (honoris causa), faculty Architect; Adjunct Professor of Architecture at RMIT [20][141]
Peter McIntyre, AO Dip Arch Architect; Emeritus Professor of Architecture at the University of Melbourne [142][143]
Paul Mees, OAM Former faculty Urban planner [144]
Paul Morgan BArch, MDesign Architect [145]
Barry Patten Dip Arch Architect; designed the Sidney Myer Music Bowl [146]
Howard Raggatt MArch, faculty Architect; Principal of Ashton Raggatt McDougall; Adjunct Professor of Architecture at RMIT [147][148]
Ivan Rijavec BArch, MArch, faculty Architect and creative director [149][150]
Louis Sauer Faculty Architect; former Head of the Department of Architecture at Carnegie-Mellon University [151]
Kerstin Thompson BArch(Hon), faculty Architect [152]
John Wardle BArch, MArch Architect; Adjunct Professor of Architecture and Design at the University of South Australia [153][154][155]
James Weirick Former Head of Landscape Architecture Architect [156]

Fashion industry[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Prue Acton, OBE Dip Textile Design, D Arts (honoris causa) fashion designer and businesswoman [20][79][157]
Peter Alexander faculty fashion designer [158]
Jenny Bannister Dip Fashion [EMC] fashion designer [159][160]
Graham Bennett art classes costume designer, teacher and collaborator with Academy Award-winner John Truscott [161][162]
Linda Britten Dip Fashion [EMC] fashion designer [163]
Linda Jackson Dip Fashion Design [EMC] fashion designer [164]
Toni Matičevski BA (Fashion) (Hon) fashion designer; former designer with Nino Cerruti and Donna Karan [165]
Sruli Recht BA (Fashion) fashion designer; infamous for using Arctic fox fur, seal pelt and whale skin in his designs [166][167]

Entertainment and media[edit]

Note: RMITV is a department of the RMIT University Student Union, which offers training accredited by RMIT.[168]

Film and television[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Faustina Agolley BComm (Media) television presenter known by the nickname "Fuzzy"; co-host of The Voice and former host of Video Hits [169]
Hamish Blake RMITV production classes member of the comedy double act Hamish & Andy [170][171]
Kyla Brettle faculty documentary filmmaker [172]
Damian Callinan Grad Dip Arts comedian and media personality [173]
Mohammed El-leissy BAppSci comedian and media personality [174]
Tim Ferguson faculty comedian and author; former member of the comedy troupe the Doug Anthony All Stars [175][176]
Travis Fimmel attended model and actor; former model for Calvin Klein and currently starring the television series Vikings [177]
Corinne Grant RMITV production classes comedian and media personality [170]
Cliff Green, OAM Dip Writing Emmy and Saturn award-nominated screenwriter [178]
Paul Harris faculty film critic and Director of the St Kilda Short Film Festival (1999–present) [179]
Peter Helliar RMITV production classes comedian and media personality [170]
Tony Le-Nguyen Dip TV Production actor and filmmaker [180]
Andy Lee RMITV production classes member of the comedy double act Hamish & Andy [170][171]
Eddie Maguire, AM BComm (Journ), DComm (honoris causa) media personality and journalist; former CEO of the Nine Network [181]
Adrian Martin former faculty film critic [182]
Rove McManus RMITV production classes media personality, producer and three-time Gold Logie Award-winning host of the television show Rove Live [170]
Mai Phương Thúy BBus model and actor; 2006 Miss Vietnam [183]
Josie Parrelli RMITV production classes media personality; creator and host of the ARIA Award-winning television show Chartbusting 80s [184][185]
John Safran BA AFI Award-winning documentary filmmaker [186]
Ryan Shelton RMITV production classes comedian and media personality; radio host on Nova 100 [171]
Megan Spencer BA (Media Arts) documentary filmmaker [187]
Clare Stewart BComm (Media), former faculty Head of Exhibition for BFI, former Director of the Sydney Film Festival and former Head of Film for AFI and ACMI [188][189][190]
Deb Verhoeven former faculty film critic and academic; Deputy Chair of the National Film and Sound Archive [191][192]
James Wan BA (Multimedia) filmmaker; created and directed the Saw films [193][194]
Leigh Whannell BA (Multimedia) filmmaker; created and acted in the Saw films [195][196]
Zhou Quan Bachelor of Communication (Media) filmmaker [197]
Elaine Yiu Comm Foundations, BSci actress and television presenter [198]

Journalism[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
David Astle faculty writer; known for his crosswords in The Age and Sydney Morning Herald and television show Letters and Numbers [199]
Bunty Avieson Assoc Dip Journ journalist and author [200]
Les Carlyon, AC faculty dual Walkley Award-winning journalist and author [201]
Julian de Stoop BA (Journ) sports journalist, currently the Melbourne bureau chief of Fox Sports News on Fox Sports [202]
John Garrett BA (Photo) photojournalist [203]
Alicia Gorey BA (Journ) journalist; presenter of the Melbourne weekend edition of Nine News on the Nine Network [204][205][206]
Anthony Hudson BA (Journ) sports journalist; chief Australian Rules Football reporter on the Ten Network [207]
Andrew Jaspan faculty journalist; co-founder and editor of The Conversation and former editor of The Age, The Observer and The Scotsman [208][209]
Nick Johnston BA (Journ) journalist; former senior reporter for the national weekday edition of Nine News on the Nine Network [210]
Rebecca Maddern BA (Media) news presenter; host of the Melbourne weekday edition of Seven News on the Seven Network [211]
Kirsten Magasdi BA (Journ) journalist; travel reporter for Fast Track on BBC World News [212]
Edwin Maher former faculty journalist; first non-Chinese presenter with China's international news service CCTV News [213][214]
Chris Masters, PSM D Comm (honoris causa), faculty Walkley Award and Logie award-winning journalist; Adjunct Professor of Communication at RMIT [20][215]
Brett McLeod BA (Media) journalist; reporter on the Melbourne edition of Nine News on the Nine Network [205][216]
Amy Parks BA (Journ) journalist; reporter on the Melbourne edition of Seven News on the Seven Network and formally with the Nine Network [217]
Muriel Porter, OAM former faculty journalist and theological writer [218]
Jill Singer faculty Walkley Award-winning journalist; former senior reporter for The 7:30 Report on ABC [219][220][221]
James Talia BA (Journ) journalist; senior reporter for the Melbourne weekday edition of Nine News on the Nine Network [222]

Literature[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Kalinda Ashton Dip Writing, PhD, faculty writer [223][224]
Carmel Bird former faculty writer [225][226]
Steven Carroll former faculty writer and critic; recipient of the Miles Franklin Award (2008) [227]
Anuja Chauhan Grad Dip Writing writer and advertising executive; known for The Zoya Factor [228]
Alison Goodman MA (Writing) author [229]
Brendan Gullifer MA (Writing) author and former journalist [230][231]
Sonya Hartnett BA (Media) author; recipient of the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award (2008) [232][233]
M. J. Hyland Dip Writing & Editing author; known for Carry Me Down [234]
Antoni Jach faculty author [235][236]
Martine Murray MA (Writing) author [236][237]
Peter Temple former faculty crime fiction author; recipient of the Miles Franklin Award (2010) [238]
Carrie Tiffany Dip Writing & Editing, MA (Writing) author [234]
Walter J. Turner attended [WMC] poet and critic [239]
Alexis Wright Dip Writing, D Arts (honoris causa) indigenous author; recipient of the Miles Franklin Award (2006) [20][240][241]
Ania Walwicz faculty poet [242]
Chris Womersley Dip Writing & Editing author [234]

Music industry[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Robyn Archer, AO, CdOAL faculty ARIA Award-winning singer and art director; Advisor with RMIT's Globalism Research Centre [243][244]
Philip Brophy faculty experimental musician and academic [245]
Davide Carbone former faculty ARIA Award-winning composer and producer; founder of the School of Synthesis [246]
Paul Doornbusch former faculty music academic [247]
Judith Durham, OAM writing classes lead singer with the ARIA Award-winning and Academy Award-nominated band The Seekers [248]
Nicole Foote BComm (Media) DJ and radio presenter; current host of Mix Up on Triple J [206]
David Haberfeld BFA (Media Arts), MA ARIA Award-nominated DJ and music producer; performs as "Honeysmack" [249]
Plutonic Lab BA(Hon) ARIA Award-nominated DJ and music producer; member of Muph & Plutonic and drummer with Hilltop Hoods [250]
Finn Robertson BA (Media Arts) composer [251]
Andrew Stockdale BA lead singer and guitarist with the Grammy Award-winning band Wolfmother [252][253]
Darrin Verhagen faculty composer [254]
Jonathan Welch, AM faculty conductor and opera singer, founded The Choir of Hard Knocks [255]
Chun Wu BBus (Admin) actor and singer; member of the Taiwanese boyband Fahrenheit [256]

Government and law[edit]

Leaders[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
The Hon. Austin Asche, AC, QC former President 3rd Chief Justice and 13th Administrator of the Northern Territory [257][258]
The Hon. Ted Baillieu, MLA Dip Bus 46th Premier of Victoria [259]
The Hon. Lord Richard Casey FRMIT 16th Governor-General of Australia; Casey Building and Plaza at RMIT named in his honour [260]
Neil Comrie, APM, AO Assoc Dip Criminal Justice former Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police [261]
Brig. Sir Bernard Evans, DSO, ED architecture classes [WMC], former President [MTC] 75th Lord Mayor of Melbourne, army officer and architect [262]
Senator Steve Fielding BEng current Leader of the Family First Party [263][264]
Sir Samuel Gillott, CBE former President [WMC] 47th Lord Mayor of Melbourne [265]
The Hon. Rob Hulls justice studies, Juris Doctorate former Attorney-General and Deputy Premier of Victoria [266][267]
Pat McNamara business studies former Leader of the National Party (Victorian Branch) and Deputy Premier of Victoria [268]
The Hon. Sir William McPherson, KBE founder [EMC] 31st Premier of Victoria, donated the majority of foundation funds to the Emily McPherson College (now a part of RMIT) [269][270][271]
Oliver Nilsen, CBE, JP attended [WMC] 70th Lord Mayor of Melbourne [272]
Peter Ryan, MLA justice studies current Leader of the National Party (Victorian Branch) and former Deputy Premier of Victoria [273][274]
Lieut-Gen. John Sanderson, AC Dip Civ Eng former Chief of the Australian Army and 31st Governor of Western Australia [275]
The Hon. Marcus Stephen Dip Accounting 11th President of Nauru; weightlifter and Olympic and Commonwealth Games gold medallist [276]
The Hon. William Watt, PC accounting and grammar classes [WMC] 24th Premier of Victoria and campaigner for the Australian federation cause [277]

Ministers[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
The Hon. Frank Anstey attended former Minister for Health in the Parliament of Australia [278][279]
The Hon. Bruce Billson, MP BBus, Grad Dip Management, MBus (Lead) current Minister for Small Business in the Parliament of Australia [280][281]
Donald Cameron President [MTC] former Minister for Aircraft Production during World War II and Post-Master General of Australia [282]
The Hon. Bruce Chamberlain former faculty former President of the Legislative Council in the Parliament of Victoria [283]
Richard Dalla-Riva, MLC Assoc Dip Bus [PIT] former Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations in the Parliament of Victoria [284][285]
David Davis, MLC BAppSci [PIT] former Minister for Health and Ageing in the Parliament of Victoria [286]
Sir Raymond Garrett science and engineering classes former President of the Legislative Council in the Parliament of Victoria [287][288]
Lim Boon Heng D Bus (honoris causa), former faculty current Minister in the Prime Minister of Singapore's Office [20][289]
The Hon. David Hodgett, MLA BBus (Management) former Minister for Major Projects, Manufacturing and Ports [290]
Sir George Knox, CMG engineering classes former Speaker of the Legislative Assembly in the Parliament of Victoria [291]
The Hon. John Lemmon attended [WMC], former President [WMC] former Minister for Public Instruction; longest serving Victorian politician (51 years) [282][292][293]
The Hon. Jenny Lindell Dip Medical Radiation former Speaker of the Legislative Assembly in the Parliament of Victoria [294][295]
The Hon. Justin Madden, MLC BArch former Minister for Planning in the Parliament of Victoria; former AFL footballer [296]
Barry Pullen Dip Civ Eng former Minister for Conservation and the Environment in the Parliament of Victoria [297]
The Hon. Gordon Rich-Phillips, MLC BEng former Minister for Technology and Aviation Industry in the Parliament of Victoria [298]
Neil Pope Dip Bus Studies former Minister or Education in the Parliament of Victoria [299]
The Hon. Prof. Evan Walker, AO Dip Arch, FRMIT former Minister for the Arts, Industry, Major Projects and Public Works; former architect [300]
James Webster attended former Minister for Science and the Environment in the Parliament of Australia [301]
Richard Worth, OBE, KstJ PhD former Minister for Internal Affairs in the Parliament of New Zealand [302]

Members[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Lidia Argondizzo, JP BBus, MBA former Member of the Parliament of Victoria [303]
Stephen Barker former President [WMC] former Member of the Parliament of Australia [282]
Donna Bauer, MLA BComm current Member of the Parliament of Victoria [304]
Anthony Carbines, MLA BA (Journ) current Member of the Parliament of Victoria [305]
Dennis Jensen, MP BAppSci current Member of the Parliament of Australia [306][307]
Marlene Kairouz, MLA Dip Health current Member of the Parliament of Victoria [308]
Cyril Kennedy Dip Art (Advertising) former Member of the Parliament of Victoria [309]
The Hon. Catherine King, MP BA (Social Work) [PIT] current Member of the Parliament of Australia [310][311]
Jim Simmonds attended former Member of the Parliament of Victoria [312]
Robert Solly former President [WMC] former Member of the Parliament of Victoria [282]
Nick Wakeling, MLA Grad Dip IR/HR current Member of the Parliament of Victoria [313][314]
Lorraine Wreford, MLA BAppSci former Member of the Parliament of Victoria [315]
Jason Wood, MP Grad Dip Management, MAppSci current Member of the Parliament of Australia [316][317]

Others[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Roland Benedikter former faculty political scientist; current researcher with University of California and Stanford University [318]
Julian Burnside, AO, QC D SocSci (honoris causa), former faculty barrister, human rights advocate and author [20]
Percy Clarey former President [MTC] Delegate to the UN for Australia (1954-1957) [282]
Breen Creighton faculty labour law expert [319]
Don Edgar faculty social policy academic; Adjunct Professor with RMIT's Centre for Workplace Change [320]
Peter J. Hayes faculty political scientist; Executive Director of the Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainability at RMIT [321]
James Jupp former faculty political scientist; Director of the Centre for Immigration and Multicultural Studies at the Australian National University [322]
Anastasia Powell faculty criminologist [323]
Oren Yiftachel FRMIT political geographer; Professor of Geography at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev [324]

Health and sports[edit]

Note: RMIT offers degrees in applied sciences of health and life, but does not have a medical school.[325][326]

Health industry[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Ahmed Al-Qahtani M Sci (Microbiology) cosmetic surgeon and developer of human growth factor technology [327]
Edward de Bono D Des (honoris causa), former faculty physician and psychologist [20]
Rhonda Galbally D SocSci (honoris causa), former faculty current Chair of the Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne [20][328]
Jennifer Gidley FRMIT psychologist; Fellow in RMIT's Global Cities Research Institute [329][330]
Heather Horst FRMIT anthropologist [331]
John Travis faculty physician; proponent of the wellness movement and Adjunct Professor in the RMIT School of Health Sciences [332]
Beth Wilson Dip Sci, D Ed (honoris causa) current Chief Commissioner of Victoria Health Services [20][333][334]

Sports[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Ian Browne attended cyclist and Olympic and Commonwealth Games gold medallist [335]
Jessica Gallagher BAppSci alpine skier and track and field athlete and Paralympic Games medallist [336]
Elizabeth Gardner BAppSci (Human) freestyle skier [337]
Carrie Graf, OAM BAppSci basketballer and former coach of the Australia women's national basketball team [338]
Allan Hahn, OAM DAppSci (honoris causa), faculty sports scientist; Emeritus Professor of the Australian Institute of Sport [181]
Steven Hooker, OAM attended pole vaulter and Olympic and Commonwealth Games gold medallist [339]
Gus Johnston BA (Advert) field hockey player and anti-homophobia in sports campaigner [340]
Lydia Lassila, OAM B AppSci (Human) freestyle skier and Winter Olympic Games gold medallist [337][341][342]
Bill Lawry, AM attended former captain of the Australia national cricket team; sports commentator [343]
James Marburg BA rower and Olympic Games silver medallist [344]
David Morris current student freestyle skier [341]
Nick Morris, OAM BAppSci (Human) wheelchair basketballer and Paralympic Games gold medallist [345]
Elizabeth Patrick current student rowing coxswain [344]
Colin Ridgway attended former NFL player with Dallas Cowboys and first Australian to play in the NFL [343]
Jared Tallent current student race walker, Olympic Games silver and Commonwealth Games gold medallist [344]
James Tomkins, OAM BBus rower and three-time Olympic Games gold medallist; financial analyst [346]
Peter Thomson physics classes golfer and five-time winner of the British Open [347]
Max Walker Dip Arch former cricketer and AFL player with Melbourne Demons; architect and entrepreneur [348][349]
Charlie Walsh, OAM former faculty former coach of Australian national cycling team; helped develop the RMIT-AIS Olympic Superbike [350]
Julien Wiener BBus (Management) cricketer and first Jew to play for Australia [351]

Australian Rules Football[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Ron Barassi, AM attended former player with Melbourne Demons and Carlton Blues and legendary coach [352]
Darcy Daniher current student current player with Essendon Bombers [353]
Roger Dean attended former player and Captain of Richmond Tigers [343]
John Dugdale attended former player with North Melbourne Kangaroos; sports commentator [343]
Jack Edwards attended former player with North Melbourne Kangaroos; sports commentator [343]
Keith Greig attended former player with North Melbourne Kangaroos and two-time Brownlow Medalist (1973, 1974) [343]
David Hille B Bus current player with Essendon Bombers [354]
James Hird B Eng (Hon) former player, Captain and coach of Essendon Bombers, Browlow Medallist (1996) and civil engineer [355]
Tony Jewell attended former player with Richmond Tigers and coach of St Kilda Saints [343]
Bob Skilton attended former player with South Melbourne Swans and three-time Brownlow Medallist (1959, 1963, 1968) [343]
Jim Stynes, OAM B Soc Sc, Dip Youth Work former player and Chairman of Melbourne Demons; Brownlow Medallist (1991), businessman and youth worker [356]
Brian Taylor attended former player with Richmond Tigers and Collingwood Magpies; sports commentator [343]

Science and technology[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Amanda Barnard B Sci (AppPhysics) (Hon), PhD nanotechnologist and theoretical physicist; Head of the CSIRO Nanoscience Laboratory [357][358]
Martin G. Bean incoming Vice-Chancellor technology executive; former Global Director of Microsoft and former Vice-Chancellor of Open University [359]
Gordon S. Brown Dip Civil Eng, Elec Eng, Mech Eng [WMC] cyberneticist; Emeritus Professor of Electrical Engineering at MIT [360][361]
John Béchervaise, OAM, MBE science classes Antarctic explorer and author [362]
Megan Clark, AC DAppSci (honoris causa), former faculty scientist; current CEO of the CSIRO [120]
J. Donald R. de Raadt FRMIT Emeritus Professor of Informatics and System Science at Luleå University of Technology [363]
Graham Dorrington faculty aeronautical engineer; subject of the 2004 documentary The White Diamond by Werner Herzog [364][365]
Dennis Gibson, AO former Chancellor mathematician [366][367]
Ranulph Glanville former faculty cybernetics theoretician [368]
Alfred Gottschalk former faculty biochemist and glycoprotein researcher [369]
Ann Henderson-Sellers former Deputy Vice-Chancellor former Director of the UN Climate Programme [370]
Arthur R. Hogg science classes astronomer and physicist [371]
Richard Kaner faculty chemist and nanotechnologist; recipient of the Tolman Award (2008) [372]
Lakshmi Kantam faculty chemist; Adjunct Professor and Director of the IICT-RMIT Research Centre [373]
William Kernot former President [WMC] Old Kernot Engineering School at RMIT named in his honour [374][375]
Sir Albert Kitson geology, mining, surveying classes [WMC] geologist; recipient of the Lyell Medal (1927) [376]
David Malin D AppSci (honoris causa) astronomer [20]
Henry Millicer, AM D Eng (honoris causa); former faculty aircraft designer [20][377][378]
Luca Marmorini faculty Head of the engine and electronics department for the Ferrari F1 team [379]
Florian Müller faculty software academic; developer in RMIT's GEElab and Exertion Games Lab [380]
Calder Edkins Oliver former President [WMC] civil engineer, developed the water and sewerage systems in Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and Canberra [282]
Alan Pears, AM faculty environmental analyst [381]
Mandyam Srinivasan, AM former faculty biologist [342]
Manfred Steger faculty Professor of Global Studies at RMIT and the Director of RMIT's Globalism Research Centre [382]
Sir Lawrence Wackett, KBE former faculty Australian aircraft industry pioneer; RMIT's Lawrence Wackett Aerospace Centre named in his honour [383]
Heinrich Karsten Wagenfeld former faculty theoretical and experimental physicist [384]

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Texts:

  • Brown, Gilbert H. (1987), Memories of Life at RMIT, Melbourne: RMIT University Press, ISBN 0-86444-127-4 
  • Edquist, Harriet; Grierson, Elizabeth (2008), Skilled Hand and Cultivated Mind: A Guide to Architecture and Art at RMIT, Melbourne: RMIT University Press, ISBN 978-1-921166-91-4 
  • Murray-Smith, Anthony John; Dare (1987), The Tech: A Centenary History of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne: Hyland House, ISBN 0-947062-06-8 

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