List of Rhodes Scholars

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This is a list of Rhodes Scholars, covering notable people who are Rhodes Scholarship recipients, sorted by year and surname.

Key to the columns in the main table:

Name University Oxford
Year Notability
William Miller Macmillan Stellenbosch Merton 1903 Historian of South Africa and critic of colonial rule in Africa and the West Indies
John Behan Melbourne Hertford 1904 Lawyer and academic (University and Trinity Colleges)[1]
Norman Jolly Adelaide Balliol 1904 Forester who played First-class cricket for Worcestershire[2]
John J. Tigert Vanderbilt Pembroke 1904 U.S. Commissioner of Education (1921–1928), president of the University of Florida (1928–1947)[3]
Philip Robertson Victoria (NZ) Trinity 1905 New Zealand chemist, university professor and writer[4]
Roy Robinson Adelaide Magdalen 1905 The first Baron Robinson, regarded as the chief architect of state forestry in Great Britain[5]
Carl Brinkmann [a] Queen's 1904 German sociologist and economist[6]
Warren Ault Baker Jesus 1907 Historian at Boston University 1913–1957; Huntington Professor of History[7]
Clarence H. Haring Harvard New College 1907 American historian
Alain LeRoy Locke Harvard Hertford 1907 Philosopher, writer, educator and Harlem Renaissance patron[8]
Neal Macrossan Queensland[a] Magdalen 1907 Chief Justice of Queensland 1946–1955[9]
Frank E. Holman Utah Exeter 1908 President of the American Bar Association (1948)[10]
Lennox Broster Rhodes Trinity 1909 Consulting surgeon, Charing Cross Hospital[11]
Henry Fry Adelaide Balliol 1909 Physician and anthropologist[12]
Marius Barbeau Laval Oriel 1910 Canadian ethnographer and folklorist[13]
Elmer Davis Franklin Queen's[b] 1910 American newsman, director of the U.S. Office of War Information during World War II[14]
Ralph Hartley Utah St John's 1910 Inventor of the Hartley oscillator; mathematician; winner of the IRE Medal of Honor (1946)[15]
Jan Hofmeyr Cape Town Balliol 1910 Academic, public administrator, and South African liberal politician
Earnest Hooton Lawrence University 1910 American physical anthropologist
Edwin Hubble Chicago Queen's 1910 American astronomer
John Crowe Ransom Vanderbilt Christ Church 1910 Poet
Frank Aydelotte Indiana Brasenose 1911 President of Swarthmore College (1921–1940)
Cecil Madigan Adelaide Magdalen 1911 Explorer and geologist[16]
Edmund Herring Melbourne New College 1912 Australian Army general, barrister, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Victoria (1944–1964), Lieutenant Governor of Victoria (1945–1972)[17]
Frido von Senger [a] St John's 1912 German general in World War II
Brand Blanshard Michigan Merton 1913 Philosopher
Henry Brose Adelaide Christ Church 1913 Physicist, academic, pathologist, biochemist[18]
Frank Kerr Melbourne University 1913 Australian rules footballer, doctor and soldier
Charles R. Clason Bates Christ Church 1914 U.S. Congressman (Massachusetts) (1937–1949)
Wilfrid Kent Hughes [a] Christ Church 1914 Australian soldier, Olympian and Olympic Games organiser, author, and federal and state government minister[19]
Norman Manley Jamaica Jesus 1914 Chief Minister of Jamaica 1955–1959, Premier of Jamaica 1959–1962
Wilder Penfield Princeton Merton 1914 Canadian neurosurgeon
Kenneth Bailey Melbourne 1918 Solicitor-General of Australia; father of Peter Bailey (ρ 1949)
Fred Paterson Queensland Merton 1918 The only Australian Communist politician ever to win an election[20]
John Monk Saunders Washington Magdalen 1918 Screenwriter of Wings and The Dawn Patrol
Edward Berry UBC St John's College 1919 Canadian [[Berry enlisted as a gunner with the 46th Battery in December 1915. He served in France with the Third Divisional Signal Company on the Somme in 1916, and at Vimy Ridge, Hill 70, and Passchendaele. He was gassed at Loos in 1917. He was UBC’s first Rhodes Scholar and took up his residence in St John’s College, Oxford, in April 1919. He was an intellect, athlete and proudly served his country selflessly fighting for the freedom of others.]][21]
Roland Michener Alberta Hertford 1919 Governor General of Canada (1967–1974), lawyer, politician
George Estabrooks Harvard Exeter 1920 Psychology department head at Colgate University, authority on hypnosis during World War II
John Marshall Harlan II Princeton Balliol 1920 Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1955–1971)
Arthur Wesley Wheen Sydney New College 1920 Keeper of Victoria and Albert Museum
Howard Florey Adelaide Magdalen 1921 Australian pharmacologist, Nobel Prize in Medicine, 1945 (for penicillin)[22]
Keith Hancock Melbourne Balliol 1921 Historian, academic, biographer
Alan Watt Sydney[23] Oriel 1921 Australian Ambassador to Singapore (1954), Japan (1956–1959) and Germany (1960–1962)
William Stevenson Princeton Balliol 1922 American Olympic gold medalist in 1924 (Paris), president of Oberlin College (1946–1961), U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines (1961–1965)
Leonard Huxley Tasmania New College 1923 Australian physicist
Arthur Porritt Otago Magdalen 1923 New Zealand physician, military surgeon, statesman, athlete, Governor-General of New Zealand (1967–1972)
Hervey M. Cleckley Georgia University 1924 Psychiatrist, pioneer in the field of psychopathy, co-author of The Three Faces of Eve
John Niemeyer Findlay Pretoria Balliol 1924 Philosopher, Gifford lecturer; Meinong, Hegel, Husserl and Wittgenstein scholar
John Eccles Melbourne Magdalen 1925 Australian neurophysiologist, Nobel Prize in Medicine, 1963, for his work on the synapse
J. William Fulbright Arkansas Pembroke 1925 U.S. Senator for Arkansas (1945–1974), originator of the Fulbright Fellowship program
Robert J. Van de Graaff Alabama Queen's 1925 Physicist, academic (M.I.T. & Princeton), and inventor of the Van de Graaff generator
George Paton Melbourne Magdalen 1926 Vice chancellor University of Melbourne (1951–1968)
Wilfrid Kalaugher Victoria (NZ) Balliol 1927 New Zealand athlete, scholar and teacher
Allen Walker Read Iowa St Edmund 1928 American etymologist and lexicographer
Holbrook Mann MacNeille Swarthmore Balliol 1928 Mathematician, academic, scientific director Office of Scientific Research and Development
John Platts-Mills Victoria (NZ) Balliol 1928 New Zealand barrister, QC, British Labour Party politician
Robert Penn Warren Vanderbilt New College 1928 American poet and critic
Cleanth Brooks Vanderbilt & Tulane Exeter 1929 American literary critic
George F.G. Stanley Alberta Keble 1929 Canadian historian, designer of Canadian flag, Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick (1981–1987)
Emory Lindquist Bethany Jesus 1930 Historian, president of Bethany College (Kansas) and Wichita State University
Charles Herbert Little Toronto Brasenose 1930 Director of Canadian Naval Intelligence during World War II
"Fritz" Schumacher Bonn & Berlin[a] New College 1930 Economist, statistician, author, social theorist, public speaker
Carl Albert Oklahoma St Peter's 1931 Speaker of U.S. House of Representatives (1971–1977), U.S. Congressman (Oklahoma), 1947–1977
Bram Fischer Bloemfontein New College 1931 Anti-apartheid activist and lawyer
Ted Jolliffe Toronto Christ Church 1931 Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario (1943–1945, 1948–1951)
Jack Lovelock Otago Exeter 1931 1500 metre Olympic gold medallist in 1936 Berlin Olympics
Brian Gilmore Maegraith Adelaide Magdalen & Exeter 1931 Professor of tropical medicine at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Dean Rusk Davidson St John's 1931 U.S. Secretary of State, 1961–1969
Adam von Trott zu Solz Göttingen Balliol 1931 German diplomat and anti-Nazi patriot, executed in 1944
James Munro Bertram Auckland New College 1932 New Zealand journalist, writer, relief worker, prisoner of war and university professor
Geoffrey Cox Otago Oriel 1932 Newspaper and television journalist (ITN) in Britain
John Mulgan Auckland Merton 1933 New Zealand writer, journalist and editor; author of novel Man Alone; in SOE in Greece in World War II
David Lewis McGill Lincoln 1932 Member of parliament and leader of the New Democratic Party of Canada (1971–1975)
W. L. Morton Manitoba St John's 1932 Canadian historian
Ivan A. Getting MIT Merton 1933 American weapons scientist and co-inventor of GPS technology
Daniel J. Boorstin Harvard Balliol 1934 American historian and Librarian of Congress (1975–1987)
Max Gluckman Transvaal[a] Exeter 1934 South African-British-Israeli social anthropologist
Wilbur Jackett Saskatchewan Queen's 1934 Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Canada (1971–1979)
George C. McGhee SMU Queen's 1934 U.S. Ambassador to Turkey (1952–1953) and to Germany (1963–1968)
John Templeton Yale Balliol 1934 Businessman and founder of Templeton College, Oxford
Arnold Smith Ontario[a] Christ Church 1935 First Secretary-General of the Commonwealth
Walter H. Stockmayer MIT Jesus 1935 American polymer chemist
Mervyn Austin Melbourne Christ Church 1936 Australian headmaster (Newington College) and professor of classics and ancient history (UWA)
Gordon A. Craig Princeton Balliol 1936 American historian and OSS veteran
Dan Davin Otago Balliol 1936 New Zealand novelist and head of Oxford University Press
George Ignatieff Toronto Trinity 1936 Russian-born Canadian diplomat, president of the UN Security Council (1968–69), father of Michael Ignatieff
Philip Mayer Kaiser Wisconsin Balliol 1936 U.S. Ambassador to Mauritania (1961–1964), Hungary (1977–1980), and Austria (1980–1981), ASL for International Affairs (1949–1953), Special Assistant to Governor Averell Harriman (1955–1959)
John B. Oakes Princeton Queen's 1936 New York Times editor of the editorial page, 1961–1976
Walt Whitman Rostow Yale Balliol 1936 Special Assistant for National Security Affairs (1966–1969), Deputy Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, 1961
Richard Luyt Cape Town Trinity 1937 Soldier, statesman and principal and vice-chancellor of the University of Cape Town
Howard K. Smith Tulane Merton 1937 Broadcast journalist
Byron White Colorado Hertford 1938 Football player, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, 1962–1993
Dom Mintoff Malta[c] Hertford 1939 Prime Minister of Malta, 1955–1957 & 1971–1984
Jack Davis British Columbia St John's 1939 Canadian Minister of the Environment (1968–1974), B.C. Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources (1986–1991)
Ossie Newton-Thompson Cape Town Trinity 1940 Member of South African parliament and England rugby union international
Alan Stewart Massey University 1940 New Zealand educator and university administrator
Zelman Cowen Melbourne New College 1941 Australian jurist and academic, Governor General of Australia (1977–1982)
Edwin Busuttil Christ Church 1942 Speaker of the Maltese House of Representatives
Jack Ridley Canterbury University 1946 New Zealand civil engineer and Member of Parliament
Paul J. Bohannan Arizona Queen's 1947 American social anthropologist
Alastair Gillespie McGill Queen's 1947 Canadian politician, cabinet minister
James Hester Princeton Pembroke 1947 First rector of the United Nations University, president of New York University
Nicholas Katzenbach Princeton Balliol 1947 U.S. Attorney General (1965–1966), U.S. Under-Secretary of State (1966–1969)
Robert Q. Marston Virginia Lincoln 1947 Director, National Institutes of Health (1968–1973), president of University of Florida (1974–1984)[25]
Bernard W. Rogers U.S. Military Academy University 1947 American general, Supreme Allied Commander, NATO
Geoffrey Serle Melbourne University 1947 Australian academic, historian and biographer
William Jay Smith Washington Wadham 1947 United States Poet Laureate (1968–1970)[26]
Stansfield Turner U.S. Naval Academy Exeter 1947 American admiral, Director of Central Intelligence (1977–1981)
Guy Davenport Duke Merton 1948 American writer and man of letters
Renfrey Potts Adelaide Queen's 1948 Applied mathematician, defined the Potts model
Eric Prabhakar Madras Christ Church 1948 Indian representative in the 1948 Olympic Games men's 100 metres[27]
Elmer Sprague Nebraska St Edmund 1948 Professor emeritus of philosophy at Brooklyn College, City University of New York
Peter Bailey Melbourne 1949 Public servant and academic; son of Kenneth Bailey (ρ 1918)
Robert Burchfield Victoria (NZ) Magdalen 1949 New Zealand lexicographer, editor of the Oxford English Dictionary
Peter Durack Western Australia Lincoln 1949 Australian politician, Commonwealth Attorney General, author
Gérard La Forest New Brunswick St John's 1949 Puisne Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada 1985–1997; CC, QC, FRSC
John Turner British Columbia Magdalen 1949 Liberal Party of Canada leader and Prime Minister of Canada, 1984
James H. Billington Princeton Balliol 1950 Academic, historian, Librarian of U.S. Congress, 1987–2015
John Brademas Harvard Brasenose 1950 U.S. Congressman (Indiana) 1959–1981, president of New York University 1981–1992
Tanjore R. Anantharaman Madras Trinity 1951 Indian metallurgist
Thomas A. Bartlett Oregon[a] University 1951 President, American University in Cairo, 1963–1969, interim president 2002–2003; chancellor University of Alabama System, 1981–1989; chancellor State University of New York, 1994–1996
Richard N. Gardner Harvard & Yale Balliol 1951 U.S. Ambassador to Italy (1977–1981) and Spain (1993–1997), academic
Stuart Hall Jamaica[a] Merton 1951 British cultural theorist
A. Walton Litz Princeton Merton 1951 Professor of English literature at Princeton (1956–1993), literary historian and critic, author, editor
John Winthrop Sears Harvard Balliol 1951 Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives (1965–1968), Sheriff of Suffolk County, Massachusetts (1968–1969), Boston City Councilor (1980–1981), candidate for Governor of Massachusetts (1982)
John Stone Western Australia 1951 Secretary to the Australian Treasury 1979–1984, Senator for Queensland 1987–1990
James Gobbo Melbourne Magdalen 1952 Victorian Supreme Court Judge and Governor of Victoria
John Searle Wisconsin[a] Christ Church 1952 American philosopher
Charles Taylor McGill Balliol 1952 Philosopher, winner of the Kyoto and Templeton prizes
Hugh Templeton Otago Balliol 1952 New Zealand diplomat, politician and member of parliament
Jean Beetz Université de Montréal Faculty of Law Pembroke 1953 Puisne justice of the Supreme Court of Canada
Guido Calabresi Yale Magdalen 1953 American legal academic, judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit, professor and dean at Yale Law School
Ronald Dworkin Harvard Magdalen 1953 American legal philosopher, academic
Edward de Bono Malta[c] Christ Church 1953 Maltese writer, psychologist, author
Julian Ogilvie Thompson Diocesan College Worcester 1953 South African businessman, former chairman of De Beers and Anglo American
Frank Wells Pomona College St John's 1953 President of Warner Brothers (1973–1982) and The Walt Disney Company (1984–1994) until his death in a helicopter crash
Bob Hawke Western Australia University 1953 President of ACTU 1969–1979, Prime Minister of Australia, 1983–1991
Leonard Hoffmann Cape Town Queen's 1954 UK Lord of Appeal in Ordinary
Norman Cantor Manitoba and Princeton Oriel 1954 Canadian historian of the Middle Ages
Richard Lugar Denison Pembroke 1954 U.S. Senator (R-Ind.) 1977–2013, Aspen Strategy Group member
Paul Sarbanes Princeton Balliol 1954 U.S. Senator (D-Md.) 1977–2007
Robert Paxton Washington & Lee Merton 1954 Historian, academic
John Robert Evans Toronto University 1955 President of the University of Toronto 1972–1978, chairman of the Rockefeller Foundation
John H. Morrison New Mexico University 1955 Senior partner, Kirkland & Ellis (1962–1999)
Reynolds Price Duke Merton 1955 Poet and novelist
Johan Steyn Cape Province[a] University 1955 UK Lord of Appeal in Ordinary
Ian Wilson Adelaide Magdalen 1955 Solicitor, company director, former Australian politician, Minister for Home Affairs and Environment, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs
Neal Blewett Tasmania Jesus 1956 Australian academic, professor of politics, politician, cabinet minister, UK High Commissioner
Virendra Dayal Delhi University 1956 Indian Administrative Service and United Nations officer; served as Chef de Cabinet to Secretary-General of the United Nations[28][29]
Willie Morris Texas New College 1956 Author, editor of Harper's Magazine (1967–1971)
Chula De Silva Ceylon Trinity 1956 Lawyer and politician
Elliott H. Levitas Emory University 1956 U.S. Congressman (Georgia), 1975–1985
Neil Leon Rudenstine Princeton New College 1956 Educator, president of Harvard University, 1991–2001
Arthur Kroeger Alberta Pembroke 1956 Canadian civil servant and diplomat, chancellor of Carleton University, 1993–2002
Ranjit Bhatia India[a] Jesus 1957 Indian Olympic athlete
Erich S. Gruen Columbia Merton 1957 Austrian-American classical scholar
Rex Nettleford Jamaica[a] Oriel 1957 Vice-chancellor of the University of the West Indies, author, dance director
Robert I. Rotberg Princeton University 1957 American political scientist
Aaron Sloman Cape Town Balliol 1957 Philosopher, AI researcher, cognitive scientist
Gilbert Strang MIT Balliol 1957 MIT maths professor
John Fleming Sewanee Jesus College 1958 American literary critic and professor of literature and comparative literature at Princeton University[30]
Michael Fried Princeton Merton 1958 American art historian and critic
Roger Howell, Jr. Bowdoin St John's 1958 10th president of Bowdoin College (1968–1978), professor and scholar of British history at Bowdoin, author of several books on British history specializing in Tudor and Stuart England
Mervyn Morris West Indies St Edmund 1958 Jamaican poet and professor emeritus at University of the West Indies; recipient of the Jamaican Order of Merit; Poet Laureate of Jamaica
Kris Kristofferson Pomona Merton 1958 American singer-songwriter and actor, starred in Amerika (1987)
Joseph Nye, Jr. Princeton Exeter 1958 American political scientist; chairman National Intelligence Council (1993–1994); ASD for International Security Affairs (1994–1995); dean, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard
Jonathan Kozol Harvard Magdalen 1958 American writer and social activist
Manmohan Malhoutra Delhi Balliol 1958 Assistant Secretary-General of the Commonwealth
Richard Deane Terrell Adelaide Magdalen 1959 Econometrician and vigneron, vice-chancellor ANU 1994–2000, chairman AARNET Pty Ltd 2002–, CEO Quarry Hill Wines 2000–
Desmond Morton RMC of Canada Keble 1959 Historian and author
David Pithey Cape Town St Edmund 1959 Rhodesian-born South African cricketer, 1963–67
Peter M. Dawkins U.S. Military Academy Brasenose 1959 1958 Heisman Trophy winner, Brigadier General, US Army (Ret. 1983), chairman and CEO of Diversified Distribution Services, Travelers Group
Shahid Javed Burki Government College Christ Church 1960 Economist, Finance Minister of Pakistan
Richard F. Celeste Yale Exeter 1960 Governor of Ohio (1983–1991), director of the Peace Corps, U.S. Ambassador to India, president of Colorado College
Lebrecht Wilhelm Fifi Hesse University of Ghana Oriel 1960 First black African Rhodes Scholar, Director-General, Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC), 1972–1974; 1984–1988 and Member, Public Services Commission of Ghana
Girish Karnad Karnatak Lincoln and Magdalen 1960 Indian Kannada-language playwright, film actor and director, screenwriter
Lester C. Thurow Williams Balliol 1960 American economist and author, professor of economics at MIT
Davis Earle UBC 1960 Canadian physicist
David Souter Harvard Magdalen 1961 Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, 1990–2009
Andrew Graham Oxford St Edmund 1961 Political economist, director of the Scott Trust, senior fellow of Oxford Internet Institute, acting master of Balliol College, Oxford, 1997–2001, policy advisor to Harold Wilson, 1974–76
Rex Adams Duke Merton 1962 Chairman of the board of PBS, dean of the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
David B. Frohnmayer Harvard Wadham 1962 President of the University of Oregon, 1994–; Attorney General of Oregon, 1980–1991
Bryan Gould Auckland Balliol 1962 New Zealand-born British politician, academic, vice-chancellor of University of Waikato
David Hodgson Sydney University 1962 Australian judge
David Boren Yale Balliol 1963 Governor of Oklahoma 1975–1979, U.S. Senator (D-Ok.) 1979–1994, president of the University of Oklahoma 1994–
Walter B. Slocombe Princeton Balliol 1963 U.S. Under Secretary of Defense for Policy (1994–2001), senior adviser for national defense for the Coalition Provisional Authority in Baghdad (2003), Aspen Strategy Group member
Sheldon Chumir Alberta Brasenose 1963 Lawyer, member of Legislative Assembly of Province of Alberta
John Edgar Wideman Pennsylvania New College 1963 American writer, two-time recipient of PEN/Faulkner award
Marcel Massé McGill Pembroke 1963 Canadian civil servant and politician; clerk of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada, president of the Treasury Board and member of cabinet
R. James Woolsey Stanford St John's 1963 Director of Central Intelligence Agency (1993–1995), core member of the Project for the New American Century (1997–), senior vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton (2002–)
Montek Singh Ahluwalia Delhi Magdalen 1964 Indian economist, first independent evaluator o the International Monetary Fund, Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission
Robin Boadway RMC of Canada Exeter 1964 Canadian economist and author
Dyson Heydon Sydney University 1964 High Court judge of Australia
Shaukat Hameed Khan Punjab Balliol 1964 Rector, GIK Institute, Director General Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission, Pride of Performance Recipient
Larry Pressler South Dakota St Edmund 1964 American politician, U.S. Congressman (R-S.D.) 1975–1979, U.S. Senator (R-S.D.) 1979–1997, authored the Telecommunications Act of 1996
Wasim Sajjad Burn Hall Wadham 1964 Pakistani politician and lawyer, interim president of Pakistan, chairman of the Senate
Ralph C. S. Walker McGill Balliol 1964 British philosopher, head of Humanities Division at the University of Oxford 2000–2006
Tommy Bedford Natal St Edmund 1965 South African Rugby Union player 1963–71
Bill Bradley Princeton Worcester 1965 American politician, NBA star, U.S. Senator (D-N.J.) 1979–1997, and Democratic presidential candidate, 2000
Richard Danzig Reed Magdalen 1965 U.S. Under Secretary of the Navy (1993–1997), U.S. Secretary of the Navy (1998–2001)
John B. Ritch III U.S. Military Academy University 1965 United States Ambassador to the United Nations International Organizations in Vienna (1993–2001), and head, World Nuclear Association, 2001-2012
Aftab Seth Delhi Christ Church 1965 Indian Ambassador to Japan
Daryl Williams Western Australia Wadham 1965 Australian politician, Liberal Member of the House of Representatives, 1993–2004, Attorney-General of Australia 1996–2003
Michael C. Bonello Malta St Edmund 1966 Governor of the Central Bank of Malta, 1999–
Andrew Brook Alberta Queen's 1966 Canadian philosopher
John J. M. Bergeron McGill Worcester 1966 Canadian Cell Biologist, CQ, FRSC
Wesley Clark U.S. Military Academy Magdalen 1966 United States Army general, Supreme Allied Commander, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1997–2000; Democratic presidential candidate, 2004
Wilson Parasiuk Manitoba St. John's 1966 Canadian member of the Manitoba Legislative Assembly, Minister of Energy and Mines with responsibility for Manitoba Hydro, Minister of Health, 1977–1988; private/public sector entrepreneur, 1989–present
A. Michael Spence Princeton Magdalen 1966 Canadian economist, Nobel Prize in Economics for 2001
David E. Kendall Wabash Worcester 1966 American lawyer, President Clinton's personal lawyer
Terrence Malick Harvard Magdalen 1966 American film director of Days of Heaven, The Thin Red Line, Badlands, The New World, and The Tree of Life
Thomas H. Allen Bowdoin Wadham 1967 American politician, U.S. Congressman (Maine), 1997–2009
John Doyle Adelaide Magdalen 1967 Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of South Australia, 1995–2012
Karl Marlantes Yale University 1967 American author of Matterhorn: A Novel of the Vietnam War
Deepak Nayyar Delhi Balliol 1967 Vice chancellor of Delhi University
Stephen A. Oxman Princeton New College 1967 U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Canadian Affairs, 1993–1994, president of the board of trustees of Princeton University, 2006–[31]
Dennis C. Blair U.S. Naval Academy University 1968 Retired four-star Admiral, former Director of National Intelligence (2009–2010), president of the Institute for Defense Analyses and former Commander-in-Chief of U.S. Pacific Command (1999–2002)
Colin Bundy Witwatersrand Merton 1968 Vice chancellor University of the Witwatersrand (1997–2001); deputy vice chancellor University of London (2003–06); Warden Green College (2006–08); Principal Green Templeton College (2008–)
Peter Cameron Queensland Balliol 1968 Mathematician, academic
Peter Conrad Tasmania New College 1968 Academic (English literature)
Robert McCallum, Jr. Yale Christ Church 1968 American lawyer, U.S. Associate Attorney General, 2003–
Rex Murphy Memorial St Edmund 1968 Canadian commentator
Robert Reich Dartmouth University 1968 American commentator and author, U.S. Secretary of Labor (1993–1997), Chancellor's Professor at the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley (2006–)
Boisfeuillet Jones, Jr. Harvard Exeter 1968 Vice chairman of The Washington Post Company, former publisher and CEO of The Washington Post (2000–2008)
Bill Clinton Georgetown University (Honorary Degree) 1968 American politician, 42nd president of the United States, 1993–2001, Governor of Arkansas, 1979–1981 & 1983–1993
G. L. Peiris Colombo University 1968 Sri Lankan politician, 11th Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka, 2010–present[32]
William A. Fletcher Harvard Merton 1968 Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit
Chris Laidlaw Otago Merton 1968 New Zealand All Black, diplomat, MP, talk radio host, author, Human Rights Commissioner and Race Relations Conciliator
Strobe Talbott Yale Magdalen 1968 American diplomat and journalist, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State (1994–2001), president of the Brookings Institution (2002–), Aspen Strategy Group member
Roger B. Porter BYU Queens 1969 Harvard professor of Business and Government, senior scholar at the Wilson Center, senior economic advisor to presidents Ford, Reagan, and Bush
Ira Magaziner Brown Balliol 1969 White House senior aide (1993–1999), originator of ICANN
Selwyn Maister Canterbury Magdalen 1969 New Zealand Olympic field hockey player (1976)
Bob Rae Toronto Balliol 1969 Canadian politician, former Premier of Ontario
Danny Williams Memorial Keble 1969 Lawyer and businessman, Canadian politician, Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador
David Williams Victoria (NZ) Balliol 1969 New Zealand barrister, solicitor and academic
James Fallows Harvard Queen's 1970 American writer (The Atlantic Monthly)
Kenneth Hayne Melbourne Exeter 1970 Australian jurist: Supreme Court of Victoria (1992–95); Court of Appeals division of the Supreme Court of Victoria (1995–97); Puisne Justice of the High Court of Australia (1997–)
David Quammen Yale Merton 1970 American science, nature and travel writer
Eric Redman Harvard Magdalen 1970 Staffer, US Senator Warren G. Magnuson (ca.1971); author, The Dance of Legislation (1973, 2000); lawyer and businessman[33]
Geoffrey Robertson Sydney University 1970 Barrister and international human rights activist
Richard H. Trainor Brown and Princeton Merton 1970 Principal of King's College London
Franklin Raines Harvard Magdalen 1971 Chairman and CEO of Fannie Mae, 1999–2004; director of the Office of Management and Budget, 1996–1998
Chris Mann Witwatersrand St Edmund 1971 South African poet, professor of poetry at Rhodes University
Kurt Schmoke Yale Balliol 1971 Mayor of Baltimore, 1987–1999; dean of Howard University School of Law
Geoff Gallop Western Australia St John's 1972 Academic, Premier of Western Australia, 2001–2006
Michael Kinsley Harvard Magdalen 1972 American journalist (Los Angeles Times), founder of Slate magazine, editor of The New Republic
Tom Birmingham Harvard Exeter 1972 President of the Massachusetts Senate, candidate for Democratic nomination for Governor of Massachusetts, 2002
Kim Beazley Western Australia Balliol 1973 Australian politician, former deputy prime minister of Australia and Leader of the Opposition, Australian ambassador to the United States
E. J. Dionne Harvard Balliol 1973 American journalist and Washington Post columnist (1993–), senior fellow at Brookings Institution, and commentator on NPR, MSNBC, and PBS
Richard N. Haass Oberlin Wadham and St Antony's 1973 President of the Council on Foreign Relations (2003–, succeeding Leslie Gelb), director of the Policy Planning Staff at the U.S. Department of State (2001–2003)
Frank Klotz USAF Academy Trinity 1973 U.S. Air Force lieutenant general, first commander Air Force Global Strike Command
T. A. Barron Princeton Balliol 1974 American author
Paul A. Rahe Yale Wadham 1974 American classicist and historian
Rod Eddington Western Australia Lincoln 1974 Former CEO of British Airways, director of News Corporation
Charles Thomas McMillen Maryland University 1974 U.S. Olympian, NBA basketball player, U.S. Congressman (Maryland), 1987–1993
Walter Isaacson Harvard Pembroke 1974 Author, managing editor of Time magazine (1995–2001), chairman and CEO of CNN (2001–), president of the Aspen Institute (2003–), vice chairman of the Louisiana Recovery Authority (2005–)
Edwin Cameron Stellenbosch Keble 1975 Justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa, African National Congress lawyer and AIDS activist
Clayton Christensen BYU Queens 1975 Harvard Business School professor, author
Peter King Sydney Worcester 1975 Australian barrister, author, and federal politician[34]
Mike Fitzpatrick Western Australia St John's 1975 Australian businessman, sporting administrator and former Australian rules footballer
Larry Sabato Virginia and Princeton Queen's 1975 American political scientist and director of the University of Virginia Center for Politics
Russ Feingold Wisconsin Magdalen 1975 U.S. Senator (D-Wis.) 1993–2011
Michael L'Estrange Sydney Worcester 1975 Australian diplomat and senior public servant
Michael Sandel Brandeis Balliol 1975 American political philosopher and professor at Harvard University
Mel Reynolds Illinois Lincoln 1975 U.S. Congressman (Illinois), 1993–1995; convicted felon
Jim Cooper University of North Carolina Oriel 1975 U.S. Congressman from Tennessee's 5th Congressional District
Nicholas Allard Princeton University Merton 1976 Dean and President of Brooklyn Law School
Hans-Paul Bürkner Bochum St Catherine's 1976 Former president and CEO of The Boston Consulting Group (2004–2012), chairman at BCG (2012–)
Ashton Carter Yale St John's 1976 Former Harvard professor and United States Deputy Secretary of Defense (October 2011 – December 2013), former United States Secretary of Defense[35]
John Hood Auckland Worcester 1976 New Zealand businessman, vice-chancellor of the University of Oxford 2004–2009
Gerrit W. Gong BYU Wadham 1977 Special assistant in the State Department, Asia Director at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Apostle of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
David Hatendi Zimbabwe University 1977 Zimbabwean businessman, former CEO of MBCA and NMB
Randall Kennedy Princeton Balliol 1977 Harvard Law School professor
Hubertus van der Vaart North Carolina Magdalen 1977 Dutch American businessman, co-founder/chairman of SEAF (Small Enterprise Assistance Funds)
James Belich Victoria (NZ) Nuffield 1978 New Zealand historian
Pat Haden USC University 1978 Won Rose Bowl MVP as quarterback at USC, played with the Los Angeles Rams, currently the athletic director at his alma mater, USC
Eric Lander Princeton St John's 1978 Chair of U.S. President Barack Obama's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology, founder of the Human Genome Project, biology professor at MIT
Evelyn O'Callaghan Cork Wolfson 1978 Jamaican academic, professor of West Indian literature at University of the West Indies
Ann Olivarius Yale Somerville 1978 American-British lawyer who specializes in cases of civil litigation, sexual harassment, and sexual discrimination
Lucy Sichone University of Zambia Somerville 1978 Zambian civil rights activist and first woman to have her portrait displayed on the walls of the Rhodes House
Malcolm Turnbull Sydney Brasenose 1978 29th Prime Minister of Australia, 2015–2018
David Naylor Toronto Hertford 1979 Canadian medical researcher, president of the University of Toronto
Nancy-Ann Min DeParle Tennessee Balliol 1979 Administrator of the U.S. Health Care Financing Administration, 1997–2000, director of White House Office of Health Reform, 2009–
Stephen Gumley Tasmania St Catherine's 1979 chief executive officer of the Defence Materiel Organisation (Australia)
Robert Maloney Harvard Magdalen 1979 Ophthalmologist, LASIK specialist, Extreme Makeover ophthalmologist
Marc Tessier-Lavigne McGill University New College 1980 Canadian neuroscientist, president of Stanford University, past president of Rockefeller University
John MacBain McGill Wadham 1980 Canadian multi-billionaire, president and CEO of Trader Classified Media, one of the world's largest classified advertising companies
Don Elder Canterbury Wolfson 1980 New Zealand engineer and businessman
Clark Ervin Harvard St Catherine's 1980 Former Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Mortimer Sellers Harvard University 1980 American philosopher
Elsdon Storey Melbourne Magdalen & Wolfson 1980 Australian neurologist
Andrew Wilkinson Alberta Magdalen 1980 Canadian politician, former Minister in British Columbia, Leader of the Liberal Party in British Columbia
Tony Abbott Sydney Queen's 1981 28th Prime Minister of Australia, 18 September 2013 – 14 September 2015
Nicholas D. Kristof Harvard Magdalen 1981 New York Times reporter and columnist, two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, Aspen Strategy Group member
Donald Markwell University of Queensland Trinity 1981 Educational reformer and first Rhodes Scholar to serve as Warden of Rhodes House, Oxford
Simon Upton Auckland Wolfson 1981 New Zealand politician and member of Parliament
Barton Gellman Princeton University 1982 Pulitzer Prize-winning U.S. journalist (Washington Post and Time magazine), author
Benedict Kingsbury Canterbury Balliol 1982 New Zealand legal scholar, author and researcher, professor at New York University
Gareth Penny St Edmund 1982 Non-executive chairman of Norilsk Nickel, executive chairman of New World Resources and formerly group CEO of De Beers
Heather Wilson USAF Academy Jesus 1982 President of South Dakota School of Mines and Technology; former Republican member of the US House of Representatives, representing New Mexico's 1st congressional district 1998–2009; first female military veteran elected to a full term in Congress
Charles R. Conn Boston Balliol 1983 Warden of Rhodes House, Oxford, 2013–2018
Christopher Eisgruber Princeton University 1983 President of Princeton University[36]
David Frederick Pittsburgh University 1983 Appellate attorney who has parties dozens of cases before the United States Supreme Court
Bill Halter Stanford St John's 1983 Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas 2007–2011
Elizabeth Kiss Davidson Balliol 1983 Former president of Agnes Scott College, Atlanta, Georgia; Warden of Rhodes House, Oxford, 2018–
Lois Quam Macalester College Trinity 1983 Business executive who has worked in the public and the private sectors to expand access to health care
David Vitter Harvard Magdalen 1983 U.S. Senator (R-La.), 2005–2017
John Wylie University of Queensland Balliol 1983 Australian investment banker and Trustee of the Rhodes Trust, 2010–2018
Elizabeth Hollingworth St Edmund 1984 Australian judge, Trials Division Justice at the Supreme Court of Victoria, 2004–
Richard Flanagan Tasmania Worcester 1984 Australian author, winner of the 2002 Commonwealth Writers PrizeWinner of the 2014 Man Booker Prize
Graham Steele Manitoba St Edmund 1984 Canadian lawyer and former politician, represented the constituency of Halifax in the Nova Scotia House of Assembly, 2001–13
Dominic Barton British Columbia Brasenose 1984 Former President/head and managing director of McKinsey & Company, a multi-billion revenue consulting firm. Chancellor, University of Waterloo, Canada
Christopher Hedrick Stanford Magdalen 1984 Peace Corps/Senegal country director, former president and CEO of Intrepid Learning Solutions
Robert Malley Yale Magdalen 1984 Director for Near East and South Asian Affairs, National Security Council, 1997–2001
Hunter Monroe Davidson Balliol 1984 Senior economist at the International Monetary Fund, Peterson Institute for International Economics, and United States Congress Joint Economic Committee
Daniel R. Porterfield Georgetown Hertford 1984 Former aide to U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala; president of Franklin & Marshall College
George Stephanopoulos Columbia Balliol 1984 Moderator of ABC's This Week and communications director for Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign
Mark S. Martins U.S. Military Academy Balliol 1985 Brigadier General (United States Army), Chief Prosecutor of Military Commissions
Sivarasa Rasiah Malaya 1985 Malaysian politician, Member of Parliament, Former Deputy Minister
Peter Rathjen Adelaide New College 1985 Australian stem cell scientist, vice-chancellor, University of Tasmania 2011–
Naomi Wolf Yale New College 1985 American feminist social critic, author of books including The End of America (2007)
Chen Show Mao Harvard Corpus Christi 1986 Singaporean opposition politician and lawyer
Bryan Horrigan Queensland University 1986 Dean of Law Faculty, Monash University;[37] Australian researcher, consultant, commentator and professional speaker on specialised legal, business, and governmental topics
Michael McFaul Stanford St. John's 1986 U.S. Ambassador to Russia, academic
Susan Rice Stanford New College 1986 U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs (1997–2001), United States Ambassador to the United Nations, (2009–2013), National Security Advisor (2013–2017)
Graham Steele Manitoba St Edmund 1986 Minister of Finance of Nova Scotia (July 2009–), member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly (2001–)
Joseph M. Torsella Pennsylvania New College 1986 President and CEO of the National Constitution Center 2006–
David Chalmers Adelaide Lincoln 1987 Australian philosopher of mind
Patrick Pichette Université du Québec à Montréal Pembroke 1987 Senior vice president and chief financial officer of Google until 2015
Jim Collins Holy Cross Balliol 1987 Founder of synthetic biology; MacArthur "genius" bioengineer and inventor; MIT professor
Atul Gawande Stanford Balliol 1987 Surgeon and New Yorker medical writer
Sagarika Ghose-Sardesai Delhi Magdalen and St Antony's 1987 Indian journalist
Benjamin Jealous Columbia St. Antony's 1987 President and CEO of NAACP 2008–2013
David Kirk Otago Worcester 1987 Captain of the New Zealand All Blacks who won the inaugural Rugby (Union) World Cup in 1987; CEO of Fairfax Media, 2005–2008
Jacob Weisberg Yale New College 1987 Journalist and editor of Slate magazine
Ngaire Woods Auckland Balliol 1987 New Zealand-born British academic
Richard Drayton Harvard Balliol 1988 Historian, Rhodes Professor of Imperial History
Ceri Evans Otago Worcester 1988 New Zealand footballer, forensic psychiatrist
Jim Himes Harvard St Edmund 1988 American businessman, Democratic U.S. Representative for Connecticut's 4th Congressional District
Brad Carson Baylor Trinity 1989 U.S. Congressman (Oklahoma), 2001–2005
Brad Hoylman West Virginia University Exeter 1989 New York State Senator, 2013-present[38]
Michael McCullough Stanford Balliol 1989 Social entrepreneur; founder of QuestBridge, medical investor and entrepreneur, physician, assistant professor at UCSF
Tara Welch University of Southern California Corpus Christi College 1989 University of Kansas classics professor
Michael Szonyi Toronto Merton 1990 Professor of Chinese history at Harvard University
Arthur Mutambara Zimbabwe Merton 1991 Zimbabwean politician who became president of one faction of the Movement for Democratic Change in 2006
David Coleman Yale University 1991 Ninth president of the College Board
Jeff Shesol Brown Magdalen 1991 Author, speechwriter, political cartoonist
Neel Mukherjee (writer) Jadavpur University 1992 Novelist, longlisted for the 2014 Man Booker Prize
Cory Booker Stanford Queen's 1992 Former mayor of Newark, New Jersey; 2013 elected Democratic US Senator from New Jersey
Noah Feldman Harvard Christ Church 1992 American author, Harvard law professor, constitutional adviser to the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq, 2003–2005
Nikolas Gvosdev Georgetown St Antony's 1992 Russian-American contributing editor for The National Interest, teacher at Naval War College
Bobby Jindal Brown New College 1992 Governor of Louisiana (2008–2016); U.S. congressman, civil servant, and university administrator; former Republican presidential candidate (2015)
Sanjeev Sanyal Delhi St John's 1992 Asian economist, banker and conservationist from India
Peter Beinart Yale University 1993 Journalist; former editor of The New Republic; contributing editor at The Atlantic; associate professor at CUNY
John Cloud Harvard Brasenose 1993 Former Senior Writer, Time; freelance writer
Chrystia Freeland Harvard St Antony's 1993 Canadian author, editor of Thomson Reuters Digital, Member of Parliament, Canada's Minister of Global Affairs
Eric Garcetti Columbia Queen's 1993 Mayor of Los Angeles
Siddhartha Mukherjee Stanford Magdalen 1993 Physician, scientist, professor at Columbia Medical School, author of The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer which won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for General Nonfiction
Faith Salie Harvard Magdalen 1993 Actress, comedian, host of Public Radio International's Fair Game from PRI with Faith Salie
Gina Raimondo Harvard New College 1993 2014 elected Democratic Governor of Rhode Island
Randal Pinkett Rutgers Keble 1994 President and CEO of BCT Partners, winner of The Apprentice 4
Rachel Maddow Stanford Lincoln 1995 Journalist; social activist; host of The Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC
D. John Sauer Duke 1996 Solicitor General of Missouri
Alexander Straub Darmstadt and Cornell St John's 1996 London-based entrepreneur and financier from Germany
Simon Chesterman Melbourne[39] Magdalen 1997 International law professor and author from Australia
Michael Fullilove Sydney and NSW Balliol 1997 Author and foreign policy commentator from Australia
Simon Hollingsworth Tasmania[40] Exeter 1997 Olympic Games (1992, 1996) and Commonwealth Games (1990, 1994) athlete (400m hurdles) from Australia
Pardis Sabeti MIT New College 1997 Computational biologist studying infectious diseases; 2014 Time Person of the Year; lead singer of the Thousand Days[41] [42]
Annette Salmeen UCLA St John's 1997 American gold medalist in swimming at the 1996 Olympic Games
James Edelman University of Western Australia Magdalen 1998 Justice of the High Court of Australia
Rachel Simmons Vassar Lincoln 1998 Author of Odd Girl Out: The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls (Harcourt, 2002)
Eric Greitens Duke Lady Margaret Hall 1998 56th Governor of Missouri, Founder of The Mission Continues and former Navy SEAL
Ben Cannon Washington Corpus Christi 1999 Oregon State Representative
Marc Kielburger Harvard University 1999 Humanitarian activist from Canada, co-founder of Free the Children
Meghana Narayan Bangalore Oriel 2000 International swimming champion from India
Jake Sullivan Yale Magdalen 2000 American Director of Policy Planning (2011–2013), National Security Advisor to the Vice President (2013–2014)
Fasi Zaka Peshawar Somerville 2001 Pakistani political columnist, radio and TV show host, "Head of Ideas" for an advertising agency, 2012 World Economic Forum Young Global Leader
Wes Moore Johns Hopkins Wolfson 2001 New York Times Bestselling Author, CEO of the Robin Hood Foundation
Chesa Boudin Yale St Antony's 2002 American social activist in justice issues like parental incarceration, author of Gringo: A Coming of Age in Latin America (2009)
Thum Ping Tjin Harvard Hertford 2002 Singaporean historian, civil rights activist, represented Singapore at the 1996 Olympic Games, Founder and Managing Director of New Naratif.)
Jeremy England Harvard St. John's 2003 American physicist and proposer of "dissipative-driven adaptation"
Jonah Lehrer Columbia Wolfson 2003 Writer
Cyrus Habib Columbia St John's 2003 16th Lieutenant Governor of Washington, first Iranian-American elected to state-level office in the U.S.
Jared Cohen Stanford St John's 2004 CEO of Jigsaw and an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations
Melissa Dell Harvard University Trinity 2005 Professor of Economics at Harvard University. Awarded the John Bates Clark Medal in 2020[43]
Jennifer Howitt Browning Georgetown St. John's 2005 2004 Athens Paralympics Wheelchair Basketball  Gold medal for the USA.[44][45]
Catherine Frieman Yale Merton 2005 Associate professor of Archaeology at the Australian National University.
Rosara Joseph Canterbury St John's 2005 2006 Commonwealth Games and 2008 Olympic Games cyclist from New Zealand
Pete Buttigieg Harvard Pembroke 2005 Mayor of South Bend, Indiana
Andy Kim University of Chicago Magdalen 2005 Democratic U.S. Representative for New Jersey's 3rd Congressional District
Neil Kruger Green Templeton 2005 Orthopedic surgeon and cricketer who has represented the Netherlands.[46]
Tucker Murphy Dartmouth Merton 2005 Bermudan Cross Country skier and Winter Olympian.
Garrett Johnson Florida State Exeter 2006 Co-founder of SendHub, All-American athlete (shot put)
Leana Wen Washington Merton 2007 American physician, Baltimore Health Commissioner, and author of When Doctors Don't Listen: How to Avoid Misdiagnoses and Unnecessary Tests
Myron Rolle Florida State St Edmund 2008 All-ACC defensive back for Florida State Seminoles; selected by the Tennessee Titans in the 2010 NFL Draft; Bahamian-American; played for the Tennessee Titans and the Pittsburgh Steelers
Kingwa Kamencu Nairobi Wolfson 2009 2012 presidential candidate for Kenya[47]
Nanjala Nyabola Oxford 2009[48]
Abdul El-Sayed Michigan Oriel 2009 Detroit Health Commissioner
Mari Rabie Stellenbosch St Catherine's 2010 2006 Commonwealth Games and 2008 Olympic Games triathlete from South Africa
Varun Sivaram Stanford St John's 2011 American energy expert, CTO of ReNew Power, and author of Taming the Sun: Innovations to Harness Solar Energy and Power the Planet (MIT Press, 2018)
Ronan Farrow Yale Magdalen 2012 American human rights activist , senior foreign policy official in the Obama administration, U.S. State Department special adviser on global youth issues and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist
Shamma Al Mazrui New York University Abu Dhabi Blavatnik 2014 United Arab Emirates Minister of Youth
Yifan Hou Peking University Blavatnik 2018[49] Former womens' world champion of chess
Madison Tung U.S. Air Force Academy Oriel 2019 First female wrestler and wrestling national champion at the U.S. Air Force Academy[50]
Bruce Reed Princeton Lincoln 1982 Former Chief of Staff to Vice President Joe Biden


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  2. ^ Elmer Davis's time at Oxford was cut short when his father was taken ill and eventually died.
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