List of Rhodes Scholars

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This is a list of Rhodes Scholars, covering notable people who have received a Rhodes Scholarship to the University of Oxford since its 1902 founding, sorted by the year the scholarship started and student surname. All names are verified using the Rhodes Scholar Database.

Rhodes Scholars[edit]

Name Prior Higher Education Constituent College Award Year Awardee Region Notability
William Macmillan Stellenbosch University Merton 1903 South Africa Historian of South Africa and critic of colonial rule in Africa and the West Indies
John Behan University of Melbourne Hertford 1904 Australia Lawyer and academic (University and Trinity Colleges)[1]
Carl Brinkmann Queen's 1904 Germany German sociologist and economist[2]
Lawrence Gipson University of Idaho Lincoln 1904 United States Historian
Robert Henry University of Chicago Worcester 1904 United States Law professor
Stanley Hornbeck University of Colorado, Boulder
University of Denver
Christ Church 1904 United States United States Ambassador to the Netherlands (1944–1947)
Worthington Hoskin Trinity 1904 South Africa Cricketer
Norman Jolly University of Adelaide Balliol 1904 Australia Forester who played First-class cricket for Worcestershire[3]
Harold Merriam University of Wyoming Lincoln 1904 United States Literature professor
David Porter Bowdoin College Trinity 1904 United States YMCA advocate
Ellis Robins University of Pennsylvania Christ Church 1904 United States Businessman
Arthur Roe Balliol 1904 Australia Medical doctor
Herbert Rose McGill University Balliol 1904 Canada Greek mythology scholar
John Sherburne University of Vermont Wadham 1904 United States Chief Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court (1949–1955)
Allan Thomson University of Otago St John's 1904 New Zealand Director of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa
John Tigert Vanderbilt University Pembroke 1904 United States U.S. Commissioner of Education (1921–1928), president of the University of Florida (1928–1947)[4]
Frank Aydelotte Indiana University, Bloomington Brasenose 1905 United States President of Swarthmore College (1921–1940)
Beverley Tucker University of Virginia
Virginia Theological Seminary
Christ Church 1905 United States Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Ohio (1938–1952)
Frank Day Mount Allison University Christ Church 1905 Canada Athlete, academic and author
Arthur Motyer Mount Allison University Christ Church 1905 Bermuda Playwright and novelist
Talbot Papineau McGill University Brasenose 1905 Canada WWI soldier
Philip Robertson Victoria University of Wellington Trinity 1905 New Zealand New Zealand chemist, university professor and writer[5]
Roy Robinson University of Adelaide Magdalen 1905 Australia The first Baron Robinson, regarded as the chief architect of state forestry in Great Britain[6]
Percival Rogers University of Sydney Worcester 1905 Australia Chancellor of the University of Sydney (1936–1941)
William Rose Magdalen 1905 Canada Slavic history professor
John Schaeffer Franklin and Marshall College Oriel 1905 United States Classicist
Bernadotte Schmitt University of Tennessee Merton 1905 United States Modern European history professor
Lutz Schwerin von Krosigk University of Halle
University of Lausanne
Oriel 1905 Germany Nazi chancellor (1945), foreign minister (1945) and finance minister (1932–1945)
Harvey Sutton New 1905 Australia Track and field athlete
Robert Brooks Georgia Military College
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Brasenose 1906 United States Commercial history professor
Arnold Seitz Merton 1906 Australia Cricketer
Ernst Stadler University of Strasbourg Magdalen 1906 Germany Expressionist poet
Warren Ault Baker University Jesus 1907 United States Historian at Boston University 1913–1957; Huntington Professor of History[7]
Marius Barbeau Laval University Oriel 1907 Canada Canadian ethnographer and folklorist[8]
Albert Centlivres University of Cape Town New 1907 South Africa Chief Justice of South Africa (1950–1957)
Joseph Gilbert Brasenose 1907 Bermuda Grenadian politician
Colin Gilray University of Otago University 1907 New Zealand Educationalist
Reginald Hands University 1907 South Africa Cricketer
Clarence Haring Harvard University New 1907 United States American historian
Charles Keith University of Arkansas Exeter 1907 United States American football, basketball and baseball coach
Alain Locke Harvard University Hertford 1907 United States Philosopher, writer, educator and Harlem Renaissance patron[9]
Neal Macrossan Magdalen 1907 Australia Chief Justice of Queensland 1946–1955[10]
William Ray University of Adelaide Magdalen 1907 Australia Pathology professor
Albrecht von Blumenthal Humboldt University of Berlin Lincoln 1907 Germany Classicist
Bob Blake Vanderbilt University Exeter 1908 United States American football player
Rhys Carpenter Columbia University Balliol 1908 United States Classical art historian
Charles David Hertford 1908 United States Medieval studies librarian
Kingsley Fairbridge Exeter 1908 South Africa British colonial child emigration proponent
Philip Hands University 1908 South Africa Cricketer
Frank Holman University of Utah Exeter 1908 United States President of the American Bar Association (1948)[11]
Pip Le Couteur University of Melbourne University 1908 Australia Philosophy professor
Roy Leitch Dalhousie University New 1908 Canada English composition professor and soldier
Lennox Broster Rhodes University Trinity 1909 South Africa Consulting surgeon, Charing Cross Hospital[12]
Thomas Davy Exeter 1909 Australia Western Australia Cabinet minister
Henry Fry University of Adelaide Balliol 1909 Australia Physician and anthropologist[13]
John Higgins Merton 1909 Newfoundland Leader of the Newfoundland and Labrador Conservative Party (1950–1951)
Charles Littlejohn University of Melbourne New 1909 Australia Olympic rower
Gerrie Maritz Trinity 1909 South Africa Judge President of the Transvaal Provincial Division of the Supreme Court of South Africa
Stephen Steyn University 1909 South Africa Rugger
Elmer Davis Franklin College Queen's 1910 United States American newsman, director of the U.S. Office of War Information during World War II[14]
Albert Ellingwood Colorado College Merton 1910 United States Mountaineer
Robert Hale Bowdoin College Trinity 1910 United States Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1943–1959)
Kenneth Hands University 1910 South Africa Cricketer
Ralph Hartley University of Utah St John's 1910 United States Inventor of the Hartley oscillator; mathematician; winner of the IRE Medal of Honor (1946)[15]
Jan Hofmeyr University of Cape Town Balliol 1910 South Africa Academic, public administrator, and South African liberal politician
Earnest Hooton Lawrence University University 1910 United States American physical anthropologist
Edwin Hubble University of Chicago Queen's 1910 United States American astronomer
Roger Loomis Williams College
Harvard University
New 1910 United States Arthurian literature expert
Christopher Morley Haverford College New 1910 United States Writer
John Ransom Vanderbilt University Christ Church 1910 United States Poet
John Read Dalhousie University
Columbia University
University 1910 Canada Member of the International Court of Justice (1946–1958), Dean of Dalhousie Law School (1924–1929)
Whitney Shepardson Colgate University Balliol 1910 United States WWII Secret Intelligence Branch head
Kenneth Sisam University of Auckland Merton 1910 New Zealand Oxford University Press writer
Joseph Clearihue University of Victoria
McGill University
Jesus 1911 Canada Law professor and judge
Karl Karsten University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
University of Chicago
University of New Mexico
Hertford 1911 United States Graphical methods economist and statistician
Jakob Larsen Luther College
Yale University
Queen's 1911 United States Classicist
Walter Lowdermilk University of Arizona Wadham 1911 United States Soil conservationist
Cecil Madigan University of Adelaide Magdalen 1911 Australia Explorer and geologist[16]
John McNair University of New Brunswick University 1911 Canada Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick (1965–1968), Premier of New Brunswick (1940–1952)
Frido von Senger St John's 1911 Germany Nazi German general
Hugh Ward University of Sydney New 1911 Australia Bacteriologist, Olympic rower
Edmund Herring University of Melbourne New 1912 Australia Australian Army general, barrister, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Victoria (1944–1964), Lieutenant Governor of Victoria (1945–1972)[17]
Edmund Jones University of Adelaide Magdalen 1912 Australia Cricketer and rules footballer
Brand Blanshard University of Michigan Merton 1913 United States Philosopher
Henry Brose University of Adelaide Christ Church 1913 Australia Physicist, academic, pathologist, biochemist[18]
Oliver Carmichael Alabama Presbyterian College
University of Alabama
Wadham 1913 United States President of the University of Alabama (1953–1957), Chancellor of Vanderbilt University (1937–1946)
Clive Carruthers Corpus Christi 1913 Canada Classical philosophy professor
Frank Kerr University of Melbourne University 1913 Australia Australian rules footballer, doctor and soldier
John Kyle University of Mississippi Pembroke 1913 United States Lawyer
George Noble University of Washington Worcester 1913 United States Political scientist
Vyvyan Pearse Brasenose 1913 South Africa Cricketer
Georg Rosen Oriel 1913 Germany Diplomat
Norman Taber Brown University St John's 1913 United States Olympic runner
Harvie Branscomb Birmingham-Southern College Wadham 1914 United States Chancellor of Vanderbilt University (1946–1963)
Charles Clason Bates College Christ Church 1914 United States U.S. Congressman (Massachusetts) (1937–1949)
Jackie de Villiers University 1914 South Africa Judge President of the Cape Provincial Division of the High Court of South Africa
Cyrus Gentry Wadham 1914 United States General counsel of Royal Dutch Shell
Paul Homan Willamette University Lincoln 1914 United States Economics professor
Norman Manley Jesus 1914 Jamaica Chief Minister of Jamaica 1955–1959, Premier of Jamaica 1959–1962
Wilder Penfield Princeton University Merton 1914 United States Canadian neurosurgeon
Edgar Rochette Pembroke 1914 Canada Member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec (1939–1944, 1927–1936)
Walter Crawford University of Sydney Crawford 1915 Australia Cricketer
Eric Gordon Victoria College
McGill University
University 1915 Canada Medieval Germanic philologist
Wilfrid Hughes Christ Church 1915 Australia Australian soldier, Olympian and Olympic Games organiser, author, and federal and state government minister[19]
Henry Nolan University of Alberta University 1915 Canada Puisne Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada (1956–1957)
Francis Williams University of Adelaide Balliol 1915 Australia Anthropologist
Miner Bates Hiram College St John's 1916 United States Member of the International Committee for the Nanking Safety Zone during the Nanjing Massacre
Edward Berry University of British Columbia St John's 1916 Canada Canadian soldier
Robert Coffin Bowdoin College
Princeton University
Trinity 1916 United States Pulitzer Prize for Poetry (1936)
Malcolm Hollett Mount Allison University University 1916 Newfoundland Leader of the Newfoundland and Labrador Conservative Party (1953–1959)
Howard Rayner University of Adelaide Balliol 1916 Australia Cricketer and rules footballer
Hugh Cairns University of Adelaide Balliol 1917 Australia Neurosurgeon and motorcycle helmet advocate
Thane Campbell Saint Dunstan's University
Dalhousie University
Corpus Christi 1917 Canada Premier of Prince Edward Island (1936–1943)
Sherwood Lett University of British Columbia Trinity 1917 Canada Chancellor of the University of British Columbia (1951–1957)
John Moseley Rhodes College
Austin College
Southeastern Oklahoma State University
University of Oklahoma
Merton 1917 United States President of the University of Nevada, Reno (1944–1949)
Kenneth Bailey University of Melbourne Corpus Christi 1918 Australia Solicitor-General of Australia; father of Peter Bailey
Guy Blaikie St John's 1918 South Africa Cricketer
Clifford Durr University of Alabama Queen's 1918 United States Commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission (1941–1948)
Terence MacDermot McGill University New 1918 Canada Diplomat
Stanley Pargellis University of Nevada
Harvard University
Exeter 1918 United States Military historian
Fred Paterson University of Queensland Merton 1918 Australia The only Australian Communist politician ever to win an election[20]
Norman Rogers Acadia University University 1918 Canada Minister of National Defence (1939–1940)
John Saunders Washington University Magdalen 1918 United States Screenwriter of Wings and The Dawn Patrol
Jacobus Duminy University 1919 South Africa Cricketer
Roland Michener University of Alberta Hertford 1919 Canada Governor General of Canada (1967–1974), lawyer, politician
Francis Miller Washington and Lee University Trinity 1919 United States Member of the Virginia House of Delegates (1938–1942)
Robert Tredgold Hertford 1919 Rhodesia Minister of Justice and Defence (1940–1943, 1936)
Arthur Wheen University of Sydney New 1919 Australia Keeper of Victoria and Albert Museum
Bill Airey University of Auckland Merton 1920 New Zealand History professor
Robert Barbour Balliol 1920 Australia Cricketer
George Estabrooks Harvard University Exeter 1920 Canada Psychology department head at Colgate University, authority on hypnosis during World War II
Keith Hancock University of Melbourne Balliol 1920 Australia Historian, academic, biographer
John Harlan Princeton University Balliol 1920 United States Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1955–1971)
John Nicolson Hertford 1920 South Africa Cricketer
Frank Scott Bishop's University Magdalen 1920 Canada Co-Founder of the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation, writer
Vernon Treatt University of Sydney New 1920 Australia Leader of the Opposition of New South Wales (1946–1954)
Arthur Vidrine Tulane University Exeter 1920 United States Physician
Joseph Brandt University of Oklahoma Lincoln 1921 United States President of the University of Oklahoma (1941–1943)
Howard Florey University of Adelaide Magdalen 1921 Australia Australian pharmacologist, Nobel Prize in Medicine, 1945 (for penicillin)[21]
John Fulton University of Minnesota
Harvard University
Magdalen 1921 United States Neurophysiologist and science historian
King Gordon University of Manitoba Queen's 1921 Canada Christian ethics professor
Loyd Haberly Reed College
Harvard University
Trinity 1921 United States Poet
Albert Jacobs University of Michigan Oriel 1921 United States Chancellors of the University of Denver (1949–1953)
Alan Watt University of Sydney[22] Oriel 1921 Australia Australian Ambassador to Singapore (1954), Japan (1956–1959) and Germany (1960–1962)
George Aitken Victoria University of Wellington St John's 1922 New Zealand Rugger
Bertrand Bronson University of Michigan
Harvard University
Oriel 1922 United States English literature professor
John Lowe Trinity College, Toronto Christ Church 1922 Canada Vice Chancellor of the University of Oxford (1948–1951), Dean of Christ Church, Oxford (1939–1959)
Lindsay Ride University of Melbourne New 1922 Australia Vice Chancellor of the University of Hong Kong (1949–1964)
William Stevenson Princeton University Balliol 1922 United States American Olympic gold medalist in 1924 (Paris), president of Oberlin College (1946–1961), U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines (1961–1965)
Alan Valentine Swarthmore College
University of Pennsylvania
Balliol 1922 United States President of the University of Rochester (1935–1950)
Francis Fergusson Harvard University Queen's 1923 United States Dramatic theorist
Robert Hall University of Queensland Magdalen 1923 Australia Principal of Hertford College, Oxford (1964–1967), chief economic advisor to the British government (1947–1961)
Arnold Heeney University of Manitoba St John's 1923 Canada Ambassador to the United States (1959–1962, 1953–1957)
Leonard Huxley University of Tasmania New 1923 Australia Australian physicist
David Johnson McGill University Balliol 1923 Canada Track Olympian and diplomat
Francis Matthiessen Yale University New 1923 United States Literary critic
Hyatt Mayor Princeton University Christ Church 1923 United States Art historian
Edgar McInnis University of Toronto Christ Church 1923 Canada Poet and historian
Noel Nethersole Lincoln 1923 Jamaica Minister of Finance (1955–1959)
Arthur Porritt University of Otago Magdalen 1923 New Zealand New Zealand physician, military surgeon, statesman, athlete, Governor-General of New Zealand (1967–1972)
Norman Robertson University of British Columbia Balliol 1923 Canada Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (1952–1957, 1946–1949), Clerk of the Privy Council (1949–1952)
Charles Abbot United States Naval Academy New 1924 United States United States Navy admiral
Robert Brode Whitman College
California Institute of Technology
Oriel 1924 United States Manhattan Project nuclear physicist
William Butterworth Princeton University Worcester 1924 United States United States Ambassador to Canada (1962–1968), United States Ambassador to the European Communities (1961–1962)
Hervey Cleckley University of Georgia University 1924 United States Psychiatrist, pioneer in the field of psychopathy, co-author of The Three Faces of Eve
James Corry University of Saskatchewan Lincoln 1924 Canada Principal of Queen's University at Kingston (1961–1968)
John Findlay University of Pretoria Balliol 1924 Australia Philosopher, Gifford lecturer; Meinong, Hegel, Husserl and Wittgenstein scholar
Otis Lee Fargo College
University of Minnesota
St John's 1924 United States Philosopher
Reginald Sholl University of Melbourne New 1924 Australia Judge and diplomat
Donald Stauffer Princeton University Merton 1924 United States Literary critic
P. R. Stephensen University of Queensland Queen's 1924 Australia Co-founder of the Australia First Movement
Arthur Bond University of Missouri Christ Church 1925 United States American football player
Jack Dunning University of Auckland
University of Otago
New 1925 New Zealand Cricketer
John Eccles University of Melbourne Magdalen 1925 Australia Australian neurophysiologist, Nobel Prize in Medicine, 1963, for his work on the synapse
William Fulbright University of Arkansas Pembroke 1925 United States U.S. Senator for Arkansas (1945–1974), originator of the Fulbright Fellowship program
Mason Hammond Harvard University Balliol 1925 United States Latin and Roman Empire historian
Wilson Lyon University of Mississippi St John's 1925 United States President of Pomona College (1941–1969)
John Olmsted Deep Springs College
University of California, Los Angeles
University of California, Berkeley
Magdalen 1925 United States Early modern European history professor
Douglas Steere Michigan State University Oriel 1925 United States Quaker ecumenist
Robert Van de Graaff University of Alabama Queen's 1925 United States Physicist, academic (MIT and Princeton), and inventor of the Van de Graaff generator
William Vaughn Vanderbilt University Christ Church 1925 United States President (1960–1967) and Chair (1967–1970) of Eastman Kodak
Roland Wilson University of Tasmania Oriel 1925 Australia Secretary of the Department of the Treasury (1951–1966)
Erwin Canham Bates College Oriel 1926 United States Resident Commissioner of the Northern Marianas Islands (1975–1978), Editor of The Christian Science Monitor
Gordon Chalmers Brown University Wadham 1926 United States 17th-century English literature academic
Eugene Forsey McGill University Balliol 1926 Canada Member of the Canadian Senate (1970–1979)
John Hood University of Tasmania Magdalen 1926 Australia Australian Ambassador to Israel (1963–1964), Australian Ambassador to Germany (1952–1956), Australian Ambassador to Indonesia (1950–1952), Australian Ambassador to the United Nations (1947–1950)
Colin Melville University of Natal Trinity 1926 South Africa Cricketer
Nathan Parker Dartmouth College Magdalen 1926 United States American football player
George Paton University of Melbourne Magdalen 1926 Australia Vice chancellor University of Melbourne (1951–1968)
George Pfann Cornell University Brasenose 1926 United States Quarterback
Karl Young Utah State University
Harvard University
Hertford 1926 United States Mormon historian
Noel Bayliss University of Melbourne Lincoln 1927 Australia Chemistry professor
Hugh Beadle University of Cape Town Queen's 1927 Rhodesia Chief Justice of Southern Rhodesia (1961–1977)
Andrew Corry Carroll College
Harvard University
Merton 1927 United States United States Ambassador to Sri Lanka and the Maldives (1967–1970), United States Ambassador to Sierra Leone (1964–1967)
Wilfrid Kalaugher Victoria University of Wellington Balliol 1927 New Zealand New Zealand athlete, scholar and teacher
Myres McDougal University of Mississippi St John's 1927 United States International law professor
Escott Reid University of Toronto Christ Church 1927 Canada Diplomat
William Derryberry University of Tennessee St John's 1928 United States President of Tennessee Technological University (1940–1974) and American football player
Bergen Evans Miami University
Harvard University
University 1928 United States English literature professor
Clyde Kluckhohn Princeton University
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Corpus Christi 1928 United States Navajo ethnographer
Harlan Logan Indiana University, Bloomington Lincoln 1928 United States Majority Leader of the New Hampshire House of Representatives
Holbrook MacNeille Swarthmore College Balliol 1928 United States Mathematician, academic, scientific director Office of Scientific Research and Development
Ronald Martland University of Alberta Hertford 1928 Canada Puisne Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada (1958–1982)
John Platts-Mills Victoria University of Wellington Balliol 1928 New Zealand New Zealand barrister, QC, British Labour Party politician
Allen Read University of Iowa St Edmund 1928 United States American etymologist and lexicographer
James Sinclair University of British Columbia St John's 1928 Canada Member of Parliament (1940–1958)
Pieter van der Bijl Brasenose 1928 South Africa Cricketer
Robert Warren Vanderbilt University New 1928 United States American poet and critic
Dixon Wecter Baylor University
Yale University
Merton 1928 United States Historian
Armistead Boothe University of Virginia Brasenose 1929 United States Member of the Virginia General Assembly (1948–1964)
Cleanth Brooks Vanderbilt University
Tulane University
Exeter 1929 United States American literary critic
John Fairbank University of Wisconsin, Madison
Harvard University
Balliol 1929 United States US-Sino relations professor
Frederick Hovde University of Minnesota Brasenose 1929 United States President of Purdue University (1946–1971)
Malcolm MacIntyre Yale University Brasenose 1929 United States United States Under Secretary of the Air Force (1957–1959)
George Stanley University of Alberta Keble 1929 Canada Canadian historian, designer of Canadian flag, Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick (1981–1987)
George Washington Yale University Oriel 1929 United States Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (1949–1965)
Kenneth Wheare Oriel 1929 Australia Commonwealth constitutional expert
Franklin Folsom University of Colorado, Boulder Merton 1930 United States Archeological author
Brian Hone University of Adelaide New 1930 Australia Cricketer
Emory Lindquist Bethany College Jesus 1930 United States Historian, president of Bethany College (Kansas) and Wichita State University
Charles Little University of Toronto Brasenose 1930 Canada Director of Canadian Naval Intelligence during World War II
Fritz Schumacher New 1930 Germany Economist, statistician, author, social theorist, public speaker
John Scott University of Wyoming Lincoln 1930 United States behavior geneticist and comparative psychologist
Carl Albert University of Oklahoma St Peter's 1931 United States Speaker of U.S. House of Representatives (1971–1977), U.S. Congressman (Oklahoma), 1947–1977
Charles Bonesteel United States Military Academy Exeter 1931 United States United States Army general
James Coyne University of Manitoba Queen's 1931 Canada Governor of the Bank of Canada (1955–1961)
Bram Fischer University of the Free State New 1931 South Africa Anti-apartheid activist and lawyer
James Gibson University of British Columbia New 1931 Canada Government bureaucrat
Alfred Hayes Yale University
Harvard University
New 1931 United States President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York (1956–1975)
Ted Jolliffe University of Toronto Christ Church 1931 Canada Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario (1943–1945, 1948–1951)
John La Nauze University of Western Australia Balliol 1931 Australia Historian
Jack Lovelock University of Otago Exeter 1931 New Zealand 1500 metre Olympic gold medallist in 1936 Berlin Olympics
Brian Maegraith University of Adelaide Magdalen 1931 Australia Professor of tropical medicine at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Dean Rusk Davidson College St John's 1931 United States U.S. Secretary of State, 1961–1969
Ferdinand Stone Ohio State University Exeter 1931 United States Comparative law professor
Adam von Trott zu Solz University of Göttingen Balliol 1931 Germany German diplomat and anti-Nazi patriot, executed in 1944
Samuel Beer University of Michigan Balliol 1932 United States UK politics professor
James Bertram University of Auckland New 1932 New Zealand New Zealand journalist, writer, relief worker, prisoner of war and university professor
Geoffrey Cox University of Otago Oriel 1932 New Zealand Newspaper and television journalist (ITN) in Britain
Charles Hitch University of Arizona
Harvard University
Worcester 1932 United States President of the University of California System (1967–1975)
Under Secretary of Defense and Comptroller (1961–1965)
Evelyn Hone New 1932 Rhodesia Governor of Northern Rhodesia (1959–1964)
Willmoore Kendall University of Oklahoma Pembroke 1932 United States Political philosophy professor
Arthur Larson Augustana University Pembroke 1932 United States Director of the United States Information Agency (1956–1957)
David Lewis McGill University Lincoln 1932 Canada Member of parliament and leader of the New Democratic Party of Canada (1971–1975)
James McCormack United States Military Academy Hertford 1932 United States Nuclear arms expert
Edward McCourt University of Alberta Merton 1932 Canada Writer
W. L. Morton University of Manitoba St John's 1932 Canada Canadian historian
Don Price Vanderbilt University Merton 1932 United States Founding Dean of the John F. Kennedy School of Government (1958–1976)
Howland Sargeant Dartmouth College Oriel 1932 United States Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs (1952–1953)
James Burrowes St John's 1933 Jamaica Cricketer
Merrimon Cuninggim Vanderbilt University
Duke University
Merton 1933 United States President of Salem College (1976—1979)
Wilson Elkins University of Texas, Austin Oriel 1933 United States Chancellor of the University of Maryland System (1970–1978)
Ivan Getting Massachusetts Institute of Technology Merton 1933 United States American weapons scientist and co-inventor of GPS technology
Lincoln Gordon Harvard University Balliol 1933 United States President of Johns Hopkins University (1967–1971), United States Ambassador to Brazil (1961–1966)
Charlton Hinman Hertford 1933 United States Shakespeare editor
Francis Leddy University of Saskatchewan
University of Chicago
Exeter 1933 Canada President of the University of Windsor (1964–1978)
William McRae University of Florida Christ Church 1933 United States Chief Judge (1971–1973) and Judge (1962–1973) of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida and of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida (1961–1962)
Thomas Mendenhall Yale University Balliol 1933 United States President of Smith College
Raymond Pruitt Baker University Oriel 1933 United States Founding Dean of the Mayo Medical School
Dudley Spurling Trinity 1933 United States Judge and Olympic swimmer
Daniel Boorstin Harvard University Balliol 1934 United States American historian and Librarian of Congress (1975–1987)
Eugene Booth University of Georgia Christ Church 1934 United States Manhattan Project nuclear physicist
Norman Davis University of Otago Merton 1934 New Zealand English literature professor
Hedley Donovan University of Minnesota Hertford 1934 United States Editor in Chief of Time Inc. (1964–1979)
Max Gluckman University of the Witwatersrand Exeter 1934 South Africa South African-British-Israeli social anthropologist
Chauncy Harris Brigham Young University Lincoln 1934 United States Urban geographer
Wilbur Jackett University of Saskatchewan Queen's 1934 Canada Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Canada (1971–1979)
George McGhee Southern Methodist University Queen's 1934 United States U.S. Ambassador to Turkey (1952–1953) and to Germany (1963–1968)
Patrick McTaggart-Cowan University of British Columbia Corpus Christi 1934 Canada President of Simon Fraser University (1964–1968)
Ian Milner New 1934 New Zealand KGB agent during the Petrov Affair
John Oakes Princeton University Queen's 1934 United States New York Times editor of the editorial page, 1961–1976
Thornton Page Yale University Magdalen 1934 United States Astronomy professor
Lardy Pyke University of Melbourne Lincoln 1934 Australia Headmaster
John Templeton Yale University Balliol 1934 United States Businessman and founder of Templeton College, Oxford
Charles Bane University of Chicago Queen's 1935 United States Civil rights lawyer and nominee for Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
Bill Bradfield University of Sydney New 1935 Australia Aviation engineer
Lionel Cooper University of Cape Town Queen's 1935 South Africa Mathematician
John Espey Occidental College Merton 1935 United States Memoirist and English literature professor
Henry Fowler Worcester 1935 Jamaica Educationalist
Henry Mayo New 1935 Newfoundland Political science professor
Thomas McKeown University of British Columbia
McGill University
Trinity 1935 Canada Epidemiologist and medical historian
Arnold Smith Christ Church 1935 Canada First Secretary-General of the Commonwealth
Walter Stockmayer Massachusetts Institute of Technology Jesus 1935 United States American polymer chemist
Mervyn Austin University of Melbourne Christ Church 1936 Canada Australian headmaster (Newington College) and professor of classics and ancient history (UWA)
Gordon Craig Princeton University Balliol 1936 United States American historian and OSS veteran
Dan Davin University of Otago Balliol 1936 New Zealand New Zealand novelist and head of Oxford University Press
Guy Farmer West Virginia University Brasenose 1936 United States Chair of the National Labor Relations Board (1953–1955)
George Ignatieff University of Toronto Trinity 1936 Canada Russian-born Canadian diplomat, president of the UN Security Council (1968–69), father of Michael Ignatieff
Philip Kaiser University of Wisconsin, Madison Balliol 1936 United States 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)
Richard Luyt University of Cape Town Trinity 1936 South Africa Soldier, statesman and principal and vice-chancellor of the University of Cape Town
Doug Allen University of Adelaide New 1937 Australia Physics and electrical engineering professor
Robert Babcock University of Rochester Balliol 1937 United States Lieutenant Governor of Vermont (1959–1961)
Roger Gaudry Laval University Oriel 1937 Canada Rector of the University of Montreal (1965–1975)
Penn Kimball Princeton University Balliol 1937 United States Journalist
John Macalister University of Toronto New 1937 Canada War hero
Bernard Monaghan Birmingham-Southern College
Harvard University
New 1937 United States General Counsel of the Army (1952–1953)
Hilgard Muller University of Pretoria University 1937 South Africa Minister of Foreign Affairs (1964–1977)
George Piranian Utah State University Hertford 1937 United States Mathematician
Walt Rostow Yale University Balliol 1936 United States Special Assistant for National Security Affairs (1966–1969), Deputy Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, 1961
Elvis Stahr University of Kentucky Merton 1936 United States United States Secretary of the Army (1961–1962)
Murat Williams University of Virginia Christ Church 1936 United States United States Ambassador to El Salvador (1961–1964)
Howard Smith Tulane University Merton 1937 United States Broadcast journalist
Denham Sutcliffe Bates College Hertford 1937 United States Author
Michael Thwaites University of Melbourne New 1937 Australia Poet, Naval intelligence officer
Harlan Cleveland Princeton University University 1938 United States United States Ambassador to NATO (1965–1969), Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs (1961–1965)
Fin Crisp University of Adelaide Balliol 1938 Australia Secretary of the Department of Post-War Reconstruction (1949–1950)
Robert Cumming Harvard University New 1938 United States 20th=century Continental philosopher
Leigh Gerdine University of North Dakota Lincoln 1938 United States Founder of the Opera Theatre of Saint Louis
Kermit Gordon Swarthmore College University 1938 United States Director of the Bureau of the Budget (1962–1965)
Ralph Harry University of Tasmania Lincoln 1938 Australia Australian Ambassador to the United Nations (1975–1978), Australian Ambassador to Germany (1971–1974), Australian Ambassador to Vietnam (1968–1970), Director of the Australian Secret Intelligence Service (1957–1960), Australian High Commissioner to Singapore (1956–1957)
Lawrence Hogben University of Auckland New 1938 New Zealand Military meteorologist
Moses Morgan Memorial University of Newfoundland
Dalhousie University
New 1938 Newfoundland President of Memorial University of Newfoundland (1973–1981, 1966–1967)
Edgar Ritchie Mount Allison University Queen's 1938 Canada Canadian Ambassador to Ireland (1976–1980), Canadian Ambassador to the United States (1966–1970)
Gordon Robertson University of Saskatchewan Exeter 1938 Canada Commissioner of the Northwest Territories (1953–1963)
Dietrich von Bothmer Humboldt University of Berlin Wadham 1938 Germany Curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Edward Weismiller Cornell College
Harvard University
Merton 1938 United States Poet
Byron White University of Colorado, Boulder Hertford 1938 United States Football player, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, 1962–1993
Morris Abram University of Georgia Pembroke 1939 United States Civil rights attorney
Bob Baker University of Tasmania Lincoln 1939 Australia Member of the Tasmanian House of Assembly (1969–1980)
Charles Collingwood Deep Springs College
Cornell University
New 1939 United States War correspondent
Jack Davis University of British Columbia St John's 1939 Canada Canadian Minister of the Environment (1968–1974), B.C. Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources (1986–1991)
William Feindel Acadia University
Dalhousie University
McGill University
Merton 1939 Canada Neurosurgery professor
Paul Gérin-Lajoie University of Montreal Pembroke 1939 Canada Member of the National Assembly of Quebec (1960–1969)
Edward Hart University of Utah Hertford 1939 United States English literature professor
Ted Hodgetts University of Toronto Corpus Christi 1939 Canada Public administration professor
Thomas McGrath University of North Dakota New 1939 United States Poet
Lionel McKenzie Duke University Oriel 1939 United States Economics professor
Dom Mintoff University of Malta Hertford 1939 Malta Prime Minister of Malta (1955–1957, 1971–1984)
Fabian O'Dea Memorial University of Newfoundland
University of Toronto
Dalhousie University
Christ Church 1939 Newfoundland Lieutenant Governor of Newfoundland (1963–1969)
Erich Vermehren Balliol 1939 Germany Anti-Nazi agent
Claude Bertrand University de Montreal University 1940 Canada Neurosurgeon
James Doull Dalhousie University
University of Toronto
Harvard University
New 1940 Canada Philosophy professor
James George Harvard University Christ Church 1940 Canada Canadian Ambassador to Iran (1972–1977), Canadian High Commissioner to India (1967–1972)
Arthur Harcourt University of Natal Brasenose 1940 South Africa Cricketer
Allan Leal McMaster University New 1940 Canada Chancellor of the McMaster University (1977–1986)
Ossie Newton-Thompson University of Cape Town Trinity 1940 South Africa Member of South African parliament and England rugby union international
Basil Travers New 1940 Australia English rugby player
Gordon Blair University of Saskatchewan Exeter 1941 Canada Member of the House of Commons of Canada (1968–1972)
Zelman Cowen University of Melbourne New 1941 Australia Australian jurist and academic, Governor General of Australia (1977–1982)
Jack Rumbold University of Canterbury Brasenose 1941 New Zealand Cricketer
Alan Stewart Massey University University 1941 New Zealand New Zealand educator and university administrator
Edwin Busuttil University of Malta Christ Church 1942 Malta Speaker of the Maltese House of Representatives
George Cawkwell University of Auckland Christ Church 1946 New Zealand Greek classicist
Francis Donovan University of Queensland Magdalen 1946 Australia Australian Ambassador to the United Nations Office at Geneva (1980–1982), Australian Ambassador to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (1977–1980)
Jack Ridley University of Canterbury University 1946 New Zealand New Zealand civil engineer and Member of Parliament
Hugh Stretton University of Melbourne Balliol 1946 Australia Historian
Tony van Ryneveld Trinity 1946 South Africa Cricketer
Roger Bate California Institute of Technology
United States Military Academy
Magdalen 1947 United States United States Air Force brigadier general
Allan Blakeney Dalhousie Law School Queen's 1947 Canada Premier of Saskatchewan (1971–1982)
Paul Bohannan University of Arizona Queen's 1947 United States American social anthropologist
David Candler University of Cape Town Keble 1947 Rhodesia Cricketer
James Engle University of Chicago
Harvard University
Exeter 1947 United States United States Ambassador to Benin (1974–1976)
Peter Fay Harvard University Balliol 1947 United States Indian and Chinese history professor
Alastair Gillespie McGill University Queen's 1947 Canada Canadian politician, cabinet minister
James Hester Princeton University Pembroke 1947 United States First rector of the United Nations University, president of New York University
George Jones Louisiana State University St Edmund 1947 United States English historian
Nicholas Katzenbach Princeton University Balliol 1947 United States U.S. Attorney General (1965–1966), U.S. Under-Secretary of State (1966–1969)
Spencer Kimball University of Arizona
University of Utah
Lincoln 1947 United States Law professor
Lovraj Kumar Magdalen 1947 India Civil servant
Marcel Lambert University of Alberta Hertford 1947 Canada Speaker of the House of Commons (1962–1963)
Robert Marston Virginia Military Institute Lincoln 1947 United States Director, National Institutes of Health (1968–1973), president of University of Florida (1974–1984)[23]
Bernard Rogers United States Military Academy University 1947 United States American general, Supreme Allied Commander, NATO
Nicholas Riasanovsky University of Oregon
Harvard University
St John's 1947 United States Russian history professor
Geoffrey Serle University of Melbourne University 1947 Australia Australian academic, historian and biographer
Edgar Shannon Washington and Lee University Merton 1947 United States President of the University of Virginia (1959–1974)
William Smith Washington University Wadham 1947 United States United States Poet Laureate (1968–1970)[24]
Sandy Tatum Stanford University Balliol 1947 United States Golf promoter
Dudley Thompson Mico University College Merton 1947 Jamaica Foreign Minister (1075–1977)
Stansfield Turner United States Naval Academy Exeter 1947 United States American admiral, Director of Central Intelligence (1977–1981)
Ronald Barnard Brasenose 1948 Bermuda President of the Bermuda Bar Association
William Becker Washington University Wadham 1948 United States Theatre critic
Eugene Burdick Stanford University Magdalen 1948 United States Political novellist
Guy Davenport Duke University Merton 1948 United States American writer and man of letters
John Douglas Princeton University
Yale University
Magdalen 1948 United States United States Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Division (1963–1966)
Murray Hofmeyr Worcester 1948 South Africa Cricketer
Piet Koornhof Stellenbosch University Hertford 1948 South Africa South African Ambassador to the United States (1987–1991)
Malcolm McLane Dartmouth College Magdalen 1948 United States Member of the New Hampshire Executive Council (1977–1982)
John McNaughton DePauw University Oriel 1948 United States United States Secretary-designate of the Navy who died in a plane crash before being sworn in
Renfrey Potts University of Adelaide Queen's 1948 Australia Applied mathematician, defined the Potts model
Eric Prabhakar University of Madras Christ Church 1948 India Indian representative in the 1948 Olympic Games men's 100 metres[25]
Elmer Sprague University of Nebraska St Edmund 1948 United States Professor emeritus of philosophy at Brooklyn College, City University of New York
Robert Burchfield Victoria University of Wellington Magdalen 1949 New Zealand New Zealand lexicographer, editor of the Oxford English Dictionary
Creighton Burns University of Melbourne Balliol 1949 Australia Editor-in-chief of The Age (1981–1989)
Barney Childs Deep Springs College
University of Nevada, Reno
Oriel 1949 United States Avant-garde composer
Hugh Dunn University of Queensland New 1949 Australia Australian Ambassador to China (1980–1984)
Peter Durack University of Western Australia Lincoln 1949 Australia Australian politician, Commonwealth Attorney General, author
Jim Greene University of Notre Dame Merton 1949 Newfoundland Newfoundland and Labrador Leader of the Opposition (1960–1965)
Oliver Heyward University of Tasmania Oriel 1949 Australia Bishop of Bendigo (1975–1991)
Gérard La Forest University of New Brunswick St John's 1949 Canada Puisne Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada 1985–1997; CC, QC, FRSC
Steven Muller University of California, Los Angeles University 1949 United States Presidents of Johns Hopkins University (1972–1990)
George Munroe Dartmouth College Christ Church 1949 United States Basketball player and CEO of the Phelps Dodge Corporation
Rob Robertson-Cuninghame University of Sydney Trinity 1949 Australia Chancellor of the University of New England (1981–1993)
George Rogers Yale University Balliol 1949 United States Member of the Mississippi House of Representatives (1948–1952)
Reece Smith University of South Carolina
University of Florida
Christ Church 1949 United States Acting President of the University of South Florida (1976–1977)
Lewis Salter University of Oklahoma Jesus 1949 United States President of Wabash College
Ferebee Taylor University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Balliol 1949 United States Chancellor of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (1972–1980)
John Turner University of British Columbia Magdalen 1949 Canada Liberal Party of Canada leader and Prime Minister of Canada, 1984
Hector Wynter University of Havana Exeter 1949 Jamaica Diplomat
Peter Bailey University of Melbourne Corpus Christi 1950 Australia Public servant and academic; son of Kenneth Bailey
Jim Billington Princeton University Balliol 1950 United States Academic, historian, Librarian of U.S. Congress, 1987–2015
Max Bingham University of Tasmania Lincoln 1950 Australia Deputy Premier of Tasmania (1982–1984), Leader of the Opposition of Tasmania (1972–1979)
John Brademas Harvard University Brasenose 1950 United States Member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1959–1981), President of New York University (1981–1992)
Lionel Bryer University of the Witwatersrand University 1950 South Africa Youth arts advocate
Paul-André Crépeau University of Ottawa
University of Montreal
University 1950 Canada Comparative law professor
Charles Davis Davidson College St John's 1950 United States Medieval historian
Alan Dowding University of Adelaide Balliol 1950 Australia Cricketer
Raghavan Iyer University of Mumbai Magdalen 1950 India Professor of political science at the University of California, Santa Barbara (1965–1986)
Robert Massie Yale University Oriel 1950 United States American historian
Bruce Rosier University of Western Australia Christ Church 1950 Australia Bishop of Willochra (1970–1987)
George Steiner University of Chicago
Harvard University
Balliol 1950 United States Literary critic
Raman Anantharaman University of Madras Trinity 1951 India Indian metallurgist
Thomas Bartlett Willamette University
Stanford University
University 1951 United States 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
Julien Chouinard Laval University St John's 1951 Canada Puisne Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada (1979–1987)
Lloyd Evans Lincoln University Brasenose 1951 New Zealand Plant physiologist
Richard Gardner Harvard University Balliol 1951 United States U.S. Ambassador to Italy (1977–1981) and Spain (1993–1997), academic
Allan Gotlieb University of California, Berkeley Christ Church 1951 Canada Canadian Ambassador to the United States (1981–1989)
Stuart Hall Merton 1951 Jamaica British cultural theorist
Robert Harris Wesleyan University Balliol 1951 United States Mayor of Ann Arbor (1969–1973)
Tom Harpur University College, Toronto Oriel 1951 Canada Biblical scholar
Kenneth Keniston Harvard University Balliol 1951 United States Social psychologist
Walton Litz Princeton University Merton 1951 United States Professor of English literature at Princeton (1956–1993), literary historian and critic, author, editor
John Stone University of Western Australia New 1951 Australia Secretary to the Australian Treasury 1979–1984, Senator for Queensland 1987–1990
Si Taylor McMaster University Balliol 1951 Canada Chancellor of McMaster University (1991–1998)
Ramsey Bronk Princeton University Oriel 1952 United States Biologist
Howard Burnett Amherst College Queen's 1952 United States President of Washington and Jefferson College (1970–1998)
Rawdon Dalrymple University of Sydney University 1952 Australia Australian Ambassador to Japan (1989–1993), Australian Ambassador to the United States (1985–1989), Australian Ambassador to Indonesia (1981–1985), Australian Ambassador to Israel (1972–1975)
Alain Enthoven Stanford University New 1952 United States Economics professor
James Gobbo University of Melbourne Magdalen 1952 Australia Victorian Supreme Court Judge and Governor of Victoria
George Goodman Harvard University Brasenose 1952 United States Economics commentator
Elliott Levitas Emory University University 1952 United States U.S. Congressman (Georgia), 1975–1985
Ian Macdonald University of Toronto Balliol 1952 Canada President of York University (1974–1984)
John Searle University of Wisconsin, Madison Christ Church 1952 United States American philosopher
Neil Smelser Harvard University Magdalen 1952 United States Sociology professor
Charles Taylor McGill University Balliol 1952 Canada Philosopher, winner of the Kyoto and Templeton prizes
Hugh Templeton University of Otago Balliol 1952 New Zealand New Zealand diplomat, politician and member of parliament
Ronald Watts University of Toronto Oriel 1952 Canada Intergovernmental relations academic
Jean Beetz University of Montreal Pembroke 1953 Canada Puisne justice of the Supreme Court of Canada
Guido Calabresi Yale University Magdalen 1953 United States American legal academic, judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit, professor and dean at Yale Law School
Edward de Bono University of Malta Christ Church 1953 Malta Maltese writer, psychologist, author
Michael Denborough University of Cape Town Exeter 1953 Rhodesia Founder of the Nuclear Disarmament Party
Ronald Dworkin Harvard University Magdalen 1953 United States American legal philosopher, academic
John Evans University of Toronto University 1953 Canada President of the University of Toronto 1972–1978, chairman of the Rockefeller Foundation
Bob Hawke University of Western Australia University 1953 Australia President of ACTU 1969–1979, Prime Minister of Australia, 1983–1991
Otto Lang University of Saskatchewan Exeter 1953 Canada Minister of Justice (1978, 1972–1975)
Julian Thompson Worcester 1953 South Africa South African businessman, former chairman of De Beers and Anglo American
Frank Wells Pomona College St John's 1953 United States President of Warner Brothers (1973–1982) and The Walt Disney Company (1984–1994) until his death in a helicopter crash
Robert Wells Memorial University of Newfoundland Keble 1953 Canada Newfoundland and Labrador politician
Laurie Ackermann Stellenbosch University Worcester 1954 South Africa Justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa
David Alexander Rhodes College Christ Church 1954 United States President of Pomona College (1969–1991)
Brock Brower Dartmouth College
Harvard University
Merton 1954 United States Magazine journalist
Leonard Hoffmann University of Cape Town Queen's 1954 South Africa UK Lord of Appeal in Ordinary
Norman Cantor University of Manitoba Oriel 1954 Canada Canadian historian of the Middle Ages
Brian Goodwin McGill University Queen's 1954 Canada Theoretical biology and biomathematics professor
Richard Lugar Denison University Pembroke 1954 United States U.S. Senator (R-Ind.) 1977–2013, Aspen Strategy Group member
Denis McLean Victoria University of Wellington University 1954 New Zealand New Zealand Ambassador to the United States (1991–1994)
Mancur Olson North Dakota State University University 1954 United States Institutional economics professor
Bob Paxton Washington and Lee University Merton 1954 United States Historian, academic
Paul Sarbanes Princeton University Balliol 1954 United States U.S. Senator (D-Md.) 1977–2007
Francis Slaven Lincoln 1954 Rhodesia Cricketer
Dale Vesser United States Military Academy Christ Church 1954 United States Lieutenant general
Diogenes Allen University of Kentucky St John's 1955 United States Philosopher and theologian
Donald Bruckner Creighton University
Indiana University, Bloomington
Merton 1955 United States Journalist
Ranjit Chaudhury Patna University Magdalen 1955 India Medical scientist
James Griffin Yale University Corpus Christi 1955 United States Moral philosopher
Arthur Hayes Santa Clara University Lincoln 1955 United States Commissioner of Food and Drugs (1981–1983)
Verdel Kolve University of Wisconsin, Madison Jesus 1955 United States English literature professor
Colin Maiden University of Auckland Exeter 1955 New Zealand Vice Chancellor of the University of Auckland (1971–1994)
John Morrison University of New Mexico University 1955 United States Senior partner, Kirkland and Ellis (1962–1999)
Reynolds Price Duke University Merton 1955 United States Poet and novelist
Peter Russell University of Toronto Oriel 1955 Canada Political science professor
John Sears Harvard University Balliol 1955 United States 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)
Peter Serracino Inglott University of Malta Campion 1955 Malta Priest, philosopher and Rector of the University of Malta (1991–1996, 1987–1988)
Robert Solomon University of Sydney Wadham 1955 Australia Member of the Australian Parliament (1969–1972)
Johan Steyn Stellenbosch University University 1955 South Africa UK Lord of Appeal in Ordinary
Gilbert Strang Massachusetts Institute of Technology Balliol 1955 United States MIT maths professor
Ian Wilson University of Adelaide Magdalen 1955 Australia Solicitor, company director, former Australian politician, Minister for Home Affairs and Environment, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs
Viru Dayal Delhi University University 1956 India Indian Administrative Service and United Nations officer; served as Chef de Cabinet to Secretary-General of the United Nations[26][27]
Thomas De Koninck Laval University St John's 1956 Canada Canadian Philosopher
Anthony King Queen's University, Kingston Magdalen 1956 Canada Psephology professor
Arthur Kroeger University of Alberta Pembroke 1956 Canada Canadian civil servant and diplomat, chancellor of Carleton University, 1993–2002
Geoff Miller Corpus Christi 1956 Australia Australian High Commissioner to New Zealand (1996–2000), Australian Ambassador to Japan (1986–1989), Director-General of the Office of National Assessments (1989–1995), Australian Ambassador to South Korea (1978–1980)
Willie Morris University of Texas, Austin New 1956 United States Author, editor of Harper's Magazine (1967–1971)
Robert Pirie United States Naval Academy Magdalen 1956 United States Acting United States Secretary of the Navy (2001)
Neil Rudenstine Princeton University New 1956 United States Educator, president of Harvard University, 1991–2001
Edwin Yoder University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Jesus 1956 United States Pulitzer-winning journalist
Ranjit Bhatia Jesus 1957 India Indian Olympic athlete
Bob Bilger University of Auckland Exeter 1957 New Zealand Engineer
Neal Blewett University of Tasmania Jesus 1957 Australia Australian academic, professor of politics, politician, cabinet minister, UK High Commissioner
Glen Bowersock Harvard University Balliol 1957 United States Ancient historian
Antonio Gotto Vanderbilt University Worcester 1957 United States Dean of the Weill Medical College at Cornell University
Erich Gruen Columbia University Merton 1957 United States Austrian-American classical scholar
David Goldbloom Harvard University Exeter 1975 Canada Psychiatry professor
Griff Harsh Harvard University New 1975 United States Neurosurgeon
Roy Hofheinz Rice University Exeter 1957 United States Sinologist
Chris Maxwell University of Melbourne New 1975 Australia President of the Victorian Court of Appeal
Edward Nell Princeton University Magdalen 1957 United States Economics professor
Rex Nettleford University of the West Indies Oriel 1957 Jamaica Vice-chancellor of the University of the West Indies, author, dance director
Robert Rotberg Princeton University University 1957 United States American political scientist
Aaron Sloman University of Cape Town Balliol 1957 South Africa Philosopher, AI researcher, cognitive scientist
Peter Blaikie Bishop's University St John's 1958 Canada Lawyer
Alexander Fetter Williams College Balliol 1958 United States Applied physics professor
John Fleming University of the South Jesus 1958 United States American literary critic and professor of literature and comparative literature at Princeton University[28]
Yves Fortier University of Montreal
McGill University
Magdalen 1958 Canada Canadian Ambassador to the United Nations (1988–1991)
Roger Howell Bowdoin College St John's 1958 United States 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
Jonathan Kozol Harvard University Magdalen 1958 United States American writer and social activist
Kris Kristofferson Pomona College Merton 1958 United States American singer-songwriter and actor, starred in Amerika (1987)
Mani Malhoutra Delhi University Balliol 1958 India Assistant Secretary-General of the Commonwealth
Mervyn Morris University of the West Indies St Edmund 1958 Jamaica Jamaican poet and professor emeritus at University of the West Indies; recipient of the Jamaican Order of Merit; Poet Laureate of Jamaica
Joseph Nye Princeton University Exeter 1958 United States American political scientist; chairman National Intelligence Council (1993–1994); ASD for International Security Affairs (1994–1995); dean, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard
Stephen Clarkson University of Toronto New 1959 Canada Political economy professor
Pete Dawkins United States Military Academy Brasenose 1959 United States Heisman Trophy winner, Brigadier General, US Army (Ret. 1983), chairman and CEO of Diversified Distribution Services, Travelers Group
Bernie Dunlap University of the South Wadham 1959 United States President of Wofford College (2000–2013)
Michael Fried Princeton University Merton 1959 United States American art historian and critic
John Helliwell University of British Columbia St John's 1959 Canada Economist
Thomas Hill Harvard University University 1959 United States Philosophy professor
Brad Hosmer United States Air Force Academy Exeter 1959 United States U.S. Air Force lieutenant general and Superintendent of the United States Air Force Academy (1991–1994)
Don Mathieson Victoria University of Wellington University 1959 New Zealand Lawyer
Desmond Morton Royal Military College of Canada Keble 1959 Canada Historian and author
David Pithey University of Cape Town St Edmund 1959 Rhodesia Rhodesian-born South African cricketer, 1963–67
Richard Rubenstein Harvard University Balliol 1959 United States Conflict resolution professor
Deane Terrell University of Adelaide Magdalen 1959 Australia Econometrician and vigneron, vice-chancellor ANU 1994–2000, chairman AARNET Pty Ltd 2002–, CEO Quarry Hill Wines 2000–
Shahid Burki Government College University, Lahore Christ Church 1960 Pakistan Economist, Finance Minister of Pakistan
Dick Celeste Yale University Exeter 1960 United States Governor of Ohio (1983–1991), director of the Peace Corps, U.S. Ambassador to India, president of Colorado College
Robert Darnton Harvard University St John's 1960 United States 18th-century French cultural historian
Davis Earle University of British Columbia University 1960 Canada Canadian physicist
John Grinalds United States Military Academy Brasenose 1960 United States United States Marine Corps major general, Presidents of The Citadel (1997–2005)
Lebrecht Hesse University of Ghana Oriel 1960 Ghana First black African Rhodes Scholar, Director-General, Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC), 1972–1974; 1984–1988 and Member, Public Services Commission of Ghana
Julian Jack University of Otago Magdalen 1960 New Zealand Physiologist
Girish Karnad Karnatak University Magdalen 1960 India Indian Kannada-language playwright, film actor and director, screenwriter
David Malcolm University of Western Australia Wadham 1960 Australia Lieutenant Governor of Western Australia (1990–2009), Chief Justice of Western Australia (1988–2006)
Charles Maynes Harvard University Merton 1960 United States Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs (1977–1980)
John Rice Tulane University Queen's 1960 United States Rector of Black Mountain College
Lester Thurow Williams College Balliol 1960 United States American economist and author, professor of economics at MIT
Frank Berman University of Cape Town Wadham 1961 South Africa Legal Adviser to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (1991–1999)
Graham Bond University of Queensland Balliol 1961 Australia Olympic gymnast
Angus Cameron Mount Allison University Jesus 1961 Canada Lexicographer
Howard Graves United States Military Academy St John's 1961 United States Superintendents of the United States Military Academy (1991–1996), Chancellors of the Texas A&M University System (1999–2003), U.S. Army lieutenant general
Willie Pietersen Rhodes University University 1961 South Africa Management professor
David Souter Harvard University Magdalen 1961 United States Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, 1990–2009
Henry Wong University of the West Indies Wadham 1961 Jamaica Physicist
Eric Abrahams University of the West Indies St Peter's 1962 Jamaica Member of the Parliament of Jamaica (1980–1989, 1977–1978)
Rex Adams Duke University Merton 1962 United States Chairman of the board of PBS, dean of the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University
Ed Berman Harvard University Exeter 1962 United States Playwright
Brian De Garis Wadham 1962 Australia Western Australia historian
Rory Donnellan Magdalen 1962 South Africa Cricketer
John Finnis University of Adelaide University 1962 Australia Legal philosophy professor
James Fox Harvard University University 1962 United States Indonesian anthropologist and historian
David Frohnmayer Harvard University Wadham 1962 United States President of the University of Oregon, 1994–; Attorney General of Oregon, 1980–1991
Bryan Gould University of Auckland Balliol 1962 New Zealand New Zealand-born British politician, academic, vice-chancellor of University of Waikato
David Hodgson University of Sydney University 1962 Australia Australian judge
Shaukat Khan University of the Punjab Brasenose 1962 Pakistan Rector, GIK Institute, Director General Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission, Pride of Performance Recipient
Don Melrose University of Western Australia
University of Tasmania
Exeter 1962 Australia Theoretical astrophysics professor
Richard Portes Yale University Balliol 1962 United States Founding President of the Centre for Economic Policy Research
David Boren Yale University Balliol 1963 United States Governor of Oklahoma 1975–1979, U.S. Senator (D-Ok.) 1979–1994, president of the University of Oklahoma 1994–
Josiah Bunting Virginia Military Institute Christ Church 1963 United States President of Hampden-Sydney College (1977–1987)
George Butterfield Trinity College, Toronto St Peter's 1963 Bermuda Philanthropist
Sheldon Chumir University of Alberta Brasenose 1963 Canada Lawyer, member of Legislative Assembly of Province of Alberta
John Eekelaar King's College London University 1963 South Africa Family law professor
Marcel Massé McGill University Pembroke 1963 Canada Canadian civil servant and politician; clerk of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada, president of the Treasury Board and member of cabinet
Walter Slocombe Princeton University Balliol 1963 United States 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
Allan Taylor University of Tasmania Balliol 1963 Australia Director-General of the Australian Secret Intelligence Service (1998–2003)
Michel Vennat Jean de Brébeuf College
University of Montreal
Merton 1963 Canada President of the Business Development Bank of Canada
John Wideman University of Pennsylvania New 1963 United States American writer, two-time recipient of PEN/Faulkner award
Jim Woolsey Stanford University St John's 1963 United States 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 Ahluwalia Delhi University Magdalen 1964 India Indian economist, first independent evaluator o the International Monetary Fund, Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission
David Baragwanath University of Auckland Balliol 1964 New Zealand President of the United Nations Special Tribunal for Lebanon (2011–2015)
Robin Boadway Royal Military College of Canada Exeter 1964 Canada Canadian economist and author
Thomas Gerrity Massachusetts Institute of Technology Merton 1964 United States Management professor
Robert Harrison Cornell University Worcester 1964 Canada Banker
Dyson Heydon University of Sydney University 1964 Australia High Court judge of Australia
Bill Johnson University of Natal Magdalen 1964 South Africa Journalist
Larry Pressler University of South Dakota St Edmund 1964 United States American politician, U.S. Congressman (R-S.D.) 1975–1979, U.S. Senator (R-S.D.) 1979–1997, authored the Telecommunications Act of 1996
Bill Rowe Memorial University of Newfoundland
University of New Brunswick
Brasenose 1964 Canada Newfoundland and Labrador Leader of the Opposition (1977–1979)
Wasim Sajjad University of the Punjab Wadham 1964 Pakistan Acting President of Pakistan (1997–1998, 1993), chairman of the Senate (1988–1999)
Gus Speth Yale University Balliol 1964 United States Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme, 1993–1999, Dean of School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale
Ralph Walker McGill University Balliol 1964 Canada British philosopher, head of Humanities Division at the University of Oxford 2000–2006
Peter Wood Harvard University Merton 1964 United States Historian
John Adams Royal Military College of Canada St Peter's 1965 Canada Chief of the Communications Security Establishment Canada (2005–2012)
Tommy Bedford University of Natal St Edmund 1965 South Africa South African Rugby Union player 1963–71
Bill Bradley Princeton University Worcester 1965 United States American politician, NBA star, U.S. Senator (D-N.J.) 1979–1997, and Democratic presidential candidate, 2000
Richard Danzig Reed College
Yale University
Magdalen 1965 United States U.S. Under Secretary of the Navy (1993–1997), U.S. Secretary of the Navy (1998–2001)
Modris Eksteins University of Toronto
Heidelberg University
St Antony's 1965 Canada Modern German cultural historian
Fred Goldstein St Edmund 1965 Rhodesia Cricketer
John Ritch United States Military Academy University 1965 United States United States Ambassador to the United Nations International Organizations in Vienna (1993–2001), and head, World Nuclear Association, 2001-2012
Aftab Seth Delhi University Christ Church 1965 India Indian Ambassador to Japan
Philip Slayton Exeter 1965 Canada Law academic
Daryl Williams University of Western Australia Wadham 1965 Australia Australian politician, Liberal Member of the House of Representatives, 1993–2004, Attorney-General of Australia 1996–2003
John Bergeron McGill University Worcester 1966 Canada Canadian Cell Biologist, CQ, FRSC
Michael Bonello University of Malta St Edmund 1966 Malta Governor of the Central Bank of Malta, 1999–
Andrew Brook University of Alberta Queen's 1966 Canada Canadian philosopher
Ashton Calvert University of Tasmania New 1966 Australia Australian Ambassador to Japan (1993–1998), Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (1998–2005)
Wesley Clark United States Military Academy Magdalen 1966 United States United States Army general, Supreme Allied Commander, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 1997–2000; Democratic presidential candidate, 2004
Jonathan Culler Harvard University St John's 1966 United States Comparative English literature professor
David Kendall Wabash College Worcester 1966 United States American lawyer, President Clinton's personal lawyer
Terrence Malick Harvard University Magdalen 1966 United States American film director of Days of Heaven, The Thin Red Line, Badlands, The New World, and The Tree of Life
Trevor Munroe University of the West Indies New 1966 Jamaica Political scientist
Wilson Parasiuk University of Manitoba St John's 1966 Canada 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
Prabhat Patnaik St. Stephen's College, Delhi Balliol 1966 India Marxist economist
Samuel Shem Harvard University Balliol 1966 United States Psychiatrist
Michael Spence Princeton University Magdalen 1966 Canada Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences recipient (2001)
Michael Teitelbaum Reed College St Catherine's 1966 United States Vice President of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Richard Tsien Massachusetts Institute of Technology Wadham 1966 United States Electrical engineer and neurobiologist
Tom Allen Bowdoin College Wadham 1967 United States American politician, U.S. Congressman (Maine), 1997–2009
John Doyle University of Adelaide Magdalen 1967 Australia Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of South Australia (1995–2012)
Peter Edwards University of Western Australia Wadham 1967 Australia Diplomatic and military historian
David Hardesty West Virginia University Queen's 1967 United States President of West Virginia University (1995–2007)
Karl Marlantes Yale University University 1967 United States American author of Matterhorn: A Novel of the Vietnam War
Deepak Nayyar Delhi University Balliol 1967 India Vice chancellor of Delhi University
Steve Oxman Princeton University New 1967 United States U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Canadian Affairs, 1993–1994, president of the board of trustees of Princeton University, 2006–[29]
Peter Wilson University of Cape Town St Edmund 1967 Rhodesia Cricketer
Alan Bersin Harvard University Balliol 1968 United States Acting Commissioner of Customs and Border Protection (2010–2011)
Dennis Blair United States Naval Academy Worcester 1968 United States 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 University of the Witwatersrand Merton 1968 South Africa 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–)
Mike Burton Mansfield 1968 Rhodesia Cricketer
Peter Cameron University of Queensland Balliol 1968 Australia Mathematician, academic
Bill Clinton Georgetown University University 1968 United States President of the United States (1993–2001), Governor of Arkansas (1979–1981, 1983–1993)
Peter Conrad University of Tasmania New 1968 Australia Academic (English literature)
Robert Earl United States Naval Academy Exeter 1968 United States United States Department of Defense official
Bo Jones Harvard University Exeter 1968 United States Vice chairman of The Washington Post Company, former publisher and CEO of The Washington Post (2000–2008)
William Fletcher Harvard University Merton 1968 United States Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit
Chris Laidlaw University of Otago Merton 1968 New Zealand New Zealand All Black, diplomat, MP, talk radio host, author, Human Rights Commissioner and Race Relations Conciliator
Robert McCallum Yale University Christ Church 1968 United States American lawyer, U.S. Associate Attorney General, 2003–
David Millener University of Auckland St Catherine's 1968 New Zealand Cricketer
Rex Murphy Memorial University of Newfoundland St Edmund 1968 Canada Canadian political commentator
G. L. Peiris University of Colombo University 1968 Ceylon Sri Lankan politician, 11th Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka, 2010–present[30]
Jack Pratt Vanderbilt University Balliol 1968 United States Dean of the University of South Carolina School of Law (2006–2011)
Robert Reich Dartmouth College University 1968 United States 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–)
David Satter University of Chicago Balliol 1968 United States Russian and Soviet issues journalist
Richard Stearns Stanford University Balliol 1968 United States Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts (1993–present)
Strobe Talbott Yale University Magdalen 1968 United States American diplomat and journalist, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State (1994–2001), president of the Brookings Institution (2002–), Aspen Strategy Group member
Ronald Thwaites Cornell University Campion 1968 Jamaica Education Minister (2012–2016)
Jim Amoss Yale University St John's 1969 United States Editor of The Times-Picayune
David Freedberg University of Cape Town
Yale University
Balliol 1969 South Africa Art history professor
Kenneth Hayne University of Melbourne Exeter 1969 Australia 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–)
Ira Magaziner Brown University Balliol 1969 United States White House senior aide (1993–1999), originator of ICANN
Roger Porter Brigham Young University Queen's 1969 United States Harvard professor of Business and Government, senior scholar at the Wilson Center, senior economic advisor to presidents Ford, Reagan, and Bush
Selwyn Maister University of Canterbury Magdalen 1969 New Zealand New Zealand Olympic field hockey player (1976)
Michael Ponsor Harvard University Pembroke 1969 United States Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts (1994–2011)
Bob Rae University of Toronto Balliol 1969 Canada Permanent Representative (Ambassador) of Canada to the United Nations, Canadian politician, former Premier of Ontario
Kurt Schork University of Jamestown Merton 1969 United States War correspondent
Danny Williams Memorial University of Newfoundland Keble 1969 Canada Lawyer and businessman, Canadian politician, Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador
David Williams Victoria University of Wellington Balliol 1969 New Zealand New Zealand barrister, solicitor and academic
Bruce Cain Bowdoin College Trinity 1970 United States American politics professor
Jim Fallows Harvard University Queen's 1970 United States American writer (The Atlantic Monthly)
Louis Grech Balliol 1970 Malta Deputy Prime Minister of Malta (2013–2017)
Dennis Hutchinson Bowdoin College Magdalen 1970 United States Law professor
Kent Keith Harvard University Oriel 1970 United States Writer
Susan Kippax University of Sydney Lady Margaret 1970 Australia Social psychology professor
David Painter King University Lincoln 1970 United States Cold War history professor
Greg Petsko Princeton University Merton 1970 United States Biochemist
David Quammen Yale University Merton 1970 United States American science, nature and travel writer
Eric Redman Harvard University Magdalen 1970 United States Staffer, US Senator Warren G. Magnuson (ca.1971); author, The Dance of Legislation (1973, 2000); lawyer and businessman[31]
Geoffrey Robertson University of Sydney University 1970 Australia Barrister and international human rights activist
Charles Shanor Rice University Christ Church 1970 United States Law professor
Patrick Shea Stanford University New 1970 United States Chair of the Utah Democratic Party and 1994 Senate nominee
Rick Trainor Brown University
Princeton University
Merton 1970 United States Principal of King's College London
James Atlas Harvard University New 1971 United States American writer (The New Yorker)
Joe Badaracco Saint Louis University Pembroke 1971 United States Business ethics professor
John Baldwin Harvard University Magdalen 1971 United States Cardiac surgeon and professor
Jon Borwein University of Western Ontario Jesus 1971 Canada Experimental mathematics professor
Etienne de Villiers University of Pretoria Trinity 1971 South Africa Sports investor
Stuart Hamilton University of Tasmania Magdalen 1971 Australia Secretary of the Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories (1993–1996), Secretary of the Department of Health, Housing and Community Services (1991–1993), Secretary of the Department of Community Services and Health (1988–1991)
Rick Lee University of Sydney Worcester 1971 Australia Cricketer
John Luik Hertford 1971 United States Senior Fellow at the Democracy Institute
Chris Mann University of the Witwatersrand St Edmund 1971 South Africa South African poet, professor of poetry at Rhodes University
Thomas Merrill Grinnell College Magdalen 1971 United States Law professor
Andrew Murray Rhodes University Oriel 1971 South Africa Member of the Australian Senate (1996–2008)
Roland Paver Pembroke 1971 South Africa Cricketer
Paul Rahe Yale University Wadham 1971 United States American classicist and historian
Frank Raines Harvard University Magdalen 1971 United States Chairman and CEO of Fannie Mae, 1999–2004; director of the Office of Management and Budget, 1996–1998
Tom Sancton Harvard University Balliol 1971 United States American journalist (TIME, Vanity Fair), author, musician
Kurt Schmoke Yale University Balliol 1971 United States Mayor of Baltimore, 1987–1999; dean of Howard University School of Law
Tom Birmingham Harvard University Exeter 1972 United States President of the Massachusetts Senate, candidate for Democratic nomination for Governor of Massachusetts, 2002
Christopher Cordner University 1972 Australia Philosophy professor
Keith Ellison Harvard University Magdalen 1972 United States Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas (1999–present)
Geoff Gallop University of Western Australia St John's 1972 Australia Academic, Premier of Western Australia, 2001–2006
Lane Hughston Magdalen 1972 United States Mathematician
Mike Kinsley Harvard University Magdalen 1972 United States American journalist (Los Angeles Times), founder of Slate magazine, editor of The New Republic
Robert Luskin Harvard University New 1972 United States International lawyer
Alan Morinis Magdalen 1972 Canada Musar movement figure
David Skegg University of Otago Balliol 1972 New Zealand President of the Royal Society of New Zealand (2012–2015), cancer epidemiology professor
Nick Spaeth Stanford University New 1972 United States Attorney General of North Dakota (1985–1992)
Kim Beazley University of Western Australia Balliol 1973 Australia Australian politician, former deputy prime minister of Australia and Leader of the Opposition, Australian ambassador to the United States
Eugene Dionne Harvard University Balliol 1973 United States American journalist and Washington Post columnist (1993–), senior fellow at Brookings Institution, and commentator on NPR, MSNBC, and PBS
Peter Gross University of Cape Town Oriel 1973 South Africa Senior Presiding Judge for England and Wales (2013–2015)
Richard Haass Oberlin College Wadham 1973 United States President of the Council on Foreign Relations (2003–present), director of the Policy Planning (2001–2003)
Chris Hendrickson Stanford University Balliol 1973 United States Environmental engineer
Robert Joy Memorial University of Newfoundland Corpus Christi 1973 Canada Actor
Frank Klotz United States Air Force Academy Trinity 1973 United States U.S. Air Force lieutenant general, first commander Air Force Global Strike Command
Misha Petkevich Harvard University Magdalen 1973 United States Olympic figure skater
Peter Sacks University of Natal
Princeton University
New 1973 South Africa Painter
Alex Trigona University of Malta Oriel 1973 Malta Foreign Minister of Malta 1981–1987
Nick Allard Princeton University Merton 1974 United States Dean and President of Brooklyn Law School
T. A. Barron Princeton University Balliol 1974 United States Author, conservationist, and documentary film producer
Rod Eddington University of Western Australia Lincoln 1974 Australia Former CEO of British Airways, director of News Corporation
Elliot Gerson Harvard University Magdalen 1974 United States American secretary of the Rhodes Trust, vice president of the Aspen Institute, Deputy Attorney General of Connecticut
Brian Griffin Harvard University Queen's 1974 United States Oklahoma Secretary of the Environment (1997–2003)
Alan Hobkirk Jesus 1974 Canada Field hockey player
Walter Isaacson Harvard University Pembroke 1974 United States 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–)
Tom McMillen University of Maryland, College Park University 1974 United States U.S. Olympian, NBA basketball player, U.S. Congressman (Maryland), 1987–1993
Mark Abley University of Saskatchewan St John's 1975 Canada Writer
Kwamena Ahwoi University of Ghana Hertford 1975 Ghana Ghanaian foreign minister (1997)
John Bell University of Alberta Magdalen 1975 Canada Immunologist, geneticist
Clayton Christensen Brigham Young University Queen's 1975 United States Harvard Business School professor, author
Jim Cooper University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Oriel 1975 United States U.S. Congressman from Tennessee's 5th Congressional District
Russ Feingold University of Wisconsin, Madison Magdalen 1975 United States U.S. Senator (D-Wis.) 1993–2011
Mike Fitzpatrick University of Western Australia St John's 1975 Australia Australian businessman, sporting administrator and former Australian rules footballer
Pat Haden University of Southern California University 1975 United States Won Rose Bowl MVP as quarterback at USC, played with the Los Angeles Rams, currently the athletic director at his alma mater, USC
Peter King University of Sydney Worcester 1975 Australia Australian barrister, author, and federal politician[32]
Scott Matheson Stanford University Magdalen 1975 United States Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit (2010–present), 2004 nominee for Governor of Utah
Mike McCaffery Princeton University Merton 1975 United States Businessperson
James Merrell Lawrence University New 1975 United States Early American history professor
Michael Poliakoff Yale University Corpus Christi 1975 United States President of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni
Mel Reynolds University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Lincoln 1975 United States U.S. Congressman (Illinois), 1993–1995; convicted felon
Larry Sabato University of Virginia Queen's 1975 United States American political scientist and director of the University of Virginia Center for Politics
Michael Sandel Brandeis University Balliol 1975 United States American political philosopher and professor at Harvard University
Jim Basker Harvard University
University of Cambridge
Christ Church 1976 United States Literary history professor
Hans-Paul Bürkner University of Bochum
Yale University
St Catherine's 1976 Germany Former president and CEO of The Boston Consulting Group (2004–2012), chairman at BCG (2012–)
Edwin Cameron Stellenbosch University Keble 1976 South Africa Justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa, African National Congress lawyer and AIDS activist
Ash Carter Yale University St John's 1976 United States Former Harvard professor and United States Deputy Secretary of Defense (October 2011 – December 2013), former United States Secretary of Defense[33]
Bill Cronon University of Wisconsin, Madison Jesus 1976 United States Environmental historian
Ches Crosbie Balliol 1976 Canada Newfoundland and Labrador Leader of the Opposition (2018–2021)
John Hood University of Auckland Worcester 1976 New Zealand New Zealand businessman, vice-chancellor of the University of Oxford 2004–2009
Douglas Stone Harvard University Balliol 1976 United States Applied physics professor
Salim Yusuf St. John's Medical College St John's 1976 India Cardiologist
Daniel Fournier Princeton University Merton 1977 Canada Chair and CEO of Ivanhoé Cambridge
Laura Garwin Harvard University St Hugh's 1977 United States Physical science editor and North America editor for Nature, trumpeter
Eileen Gillese University of Alberta Wadham 1977 Canada Justice of the Court of Appeal for Ontario (2002–present)
Gerrit Gong Brigham Young University Wadham 1977 United States 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 University of Zimbabwe University 1977 Rhodesia Zimbabwean businessman, former CEO of MBCA and NMB
Clay Jenkinson Vanderbilt University
University of Minnesota
Hertford 1977 United States Huamnities scholar
Randall Kennedy Princeton University Balliol 1977 United States Harvard Law School professor
Michael L'Estrange University of Sydney Worcester 1976 Australia Australian diplomat and senior public servant
Andrew Michelmore Michelmore 1976 Australia Lightweight rower
Teck Chin Ong National University of Singapore Wadham 1976 Singapore Educator and independent school principal
Jonathan Ross Victoria University of Wellington Magdalen 1977 New Zealand Cricketer
Richard Stengel Princeton University Christ Church 1977 United States Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs (2014–2016) and Chair and CEO of the National Constitution Center (2004–2006)
Bert van der Vaart University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Magdalen 1977 United States Dutch American businessman, co-founder/chairman of SEAF (Small Enterprise Assistance Funds)
Beth Woods University of Queensland Wadham 1977 Australia Director-General of the Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
Jamie Belich Victoria University of Wellington Nuffield 1978 New Zealand New Zealand historian
Jacques Hurtubise University of Montreal Trinity 1978 Canada Mathematics professor, helped prove the Atiyah-Jones conjecture
Eric Lander Princeton University St John's 1978 United States 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
Anita Mehta Presidency University, Kolkata St Catherine's 1978 India Physicist
Loyiso Nongxa University of Fort Hare Balliol 1978 South Africa Vice Chancellor of the University of the Witwatersrand (2003–2013)
Evelyn O'Callaghan University College Cork Wolfson 1978 Jamaica Jamaican academic, professor of West Indian literature at University of the West Indies
Ann Olivarius Yale University Somerville 1978 United States American-British lawyer who specializes in cases of civil litigation, sexual harassment, and sexual discrimination
Baņuta Rubess Queen's University at Kingston St Antony's 1978 Canada Canadian playwright, theatre director, and professor at the University of Toronto[34]
Virginia Seitz Duke University Brasenose 1978 United States United States Assistant Attorney General for Legal Counsel (2011–2013)
Lucy Sichone University of Zambia Somerville 1978 Zambia Zambian civil rights activist and first woman to have her portrait displayed on the walls of the Rhodes House
Malcolm Turnbull University of Sydney Brasenose 1978 Australia 29th Prime Minister of Australia, 2015–2018
Doron Weber Brown University
Sorbonne
Exeter 1978 United States Author
Wendy Carlin Murdoch University Wadham 1979 Australia Budget expert
Nancy-Ann DeParle University of Tennessee Balliol 1979 United States Administrator of the U.S. Health Care Financing Administration, 1997–2000, director of White House Office of Health Reform, 2009–
James Der Derian McGill University Balliol 1979 United States International security professor
Sandra Fredman University of the Witwatersrand Wadham 1979 South Africa Law professor
Paul Gootenberg Boston University
University of Chicago
St Antony's 1979 United States Latin American historian
Steve Gumley University of Tasmania St Catherine's 1979 Australia CEO of the Australian Defence Materiel Organisation (2004–2011)
James Hildreth Harvard University Corpus Christi 1979 United States Immunology professor and HIV researcher
Michael Hoffman Boise State University Oriel 1979 United States American film director, writer, and producer.
David Lodge University of the South Christ Church 1979 United States Biologiest
Robert Maloney Harvard University Magdalen 1979 United States Ophthalmologist, LASIK specialist, Extreme Makeover ophthalmologist
John McCaskill University of Sydney New 1979 Australia Theoretical biochemistry professor
David Naylor University of Toronto Hertford 1979 Canada Canadian medical researcher, president of the University of Toronto
Robin Russin Harvard University Corpus Christi 1979 United States Playwright
Stephen Burley University of Western Ontario Exeter 1980 Canada Oncologist and structured biologist
Gordon Crovitz University of Chicago Wadham 1980 United States Publisher of The Wall Street Journal
Phil Crowe University of Sydney University 1980 Australia Cricketer, rugger and surgical oncologist
Billy Downer Stellenbosch University Brasenose 1980 South Africa Prosecutor
Don Elder University of Canterbury Wolfson 1980 New Zealand New Zealand engineer and businessman
Clark Ervin Harvard University St Catherine's 1980 United States Former Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security
John MacBain McGill University Wadham 1980 Canada Canadian multi-billionaire, president and CEO of Trader Classified Media, one of the world's largest classified advertising companies
Barry Nalebuff Massachusetts Institute of Technology Nuffield 1980 United States Business theory professor
Max Price University of the Witwatersrand Magdalen 1980 South Africa Vice Chancellor and Principal of the University of Cape Town (2008–2018)
Sivarasa Rasiah University of Malaya St Anne's 1980 Malaysia Malaysian politician, Member of Parliament, Former Deputy Minister
Adam Rome Yale University St John's 1980 United States Environmental historian
Tim Sellers Harvard University University 1980 United States American philosopher
Elsdon Storey University of Melbourne Magdalen 1980 Australia Australian neurologist
Marc Tessier-Lavigne McGill University New 1980 Canada Canadian neuroscientist, president of Stanford University, past president of Rockefeller University
Andrew Wilkinson University of Alberta Magdalen 1980 Canada Canadian politician, former Minister in British Columbia, Leader of the Liberal Party in British Columbia
Tony Abbott University of Sydney Queen's 1981 Australia 28th Prime Minister of Australia, 18 September 2013 – 14 September 2015
Michael Albert University of Waterloo Magdalen 1981 Canada Computer science professor
Joel Bakan Simon Fraser University Balliol 1981 Canada Law professor
Dan Esty Harvard University Balliol 1981 United States Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (2011–2014)
Christine French University of Otago Worcester 1981 New Zealand Judge of the Court of Appeal of New Zealand (2012–present)
Bernard Hibbitts Dalhousie University
University of King's College
Carleton University
University 1981 Canada Law professor
Michelle Johnson United States Air Force Academy Brasenose 1981 United States U.S. Air Force lieutenant general and Superintendent of the United States Air Force Academy (2013–2017)
Nicholas Kristof Harvard University Magdalen 1981 United States New York Times reporter and columnist, two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, Aspen Strategy Group member
Don Markwell University of Queensland Trinity 1981 Australia Educational reformer and first Rhodes Scholar to serve as Warden of Rhodes House, Oxford
Liz Sherwood-Randall Harvard University Balliol 1981 United States United States Homeland Security Advisor (2021–present), United States Deputy Secretary of Energy (2014–2017)
Simon Upton University of Auckland Wolfson 1981 New Zealand New Zealand politician and member of Parliament
Barton Gellman Princeton University University 1982 United States Pulitzer Prize-winning U.S. journalist (Washington Post and Time magazine), author
Ben Kingsbury University of Canterbury Balliol 1982 New Zealand New Zealand legal scholar, author and researcher, professor at New York University
Bruce Reed Princeton University Lincoln 1982 United States Former Chief of Staff to Vice President Joe Biden
Ricky Waddell United States Military Academy Corpus Christi 1982 United States United States Principal Deputy National Security Advisor (2017–2018)
Heather Wilson United States Air Force Academy Jesus 1982 United States 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
Brenda Buttner Harvard University Balliol 1983 United States Business journalist
David Celermajer University of Sydney New 1983 Australia Cardiology professor
Charles Conn Boston University Balliol 1983 United States Warden of Rhodes House, Oxford, 2013–2018
Chris Eisgruber Princeton University University 1983 United States President of Princeton University[35]
David Frederick University of Pittsburgh University 1983 United States Appellate attorney who has parties dozens of cases before the United States Supreme Court
Bill Halter Stanford University St John's 1983 United States Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas 2007–2011
Elizabeth Kiss Davidson College Balliol 1983 United States Former president of Agnes Scott College, Atlanta, Georgia; Warden of Rhodes House, Oxford, 2018–
Marvin Krislov Yale University Magdalen 1983 United States President of Pace University (2017–present)
Mark Martins United States Military Academy Balliol 1983 United States Brigadier General (United States Army), Chief Prosecutor of Military Commissions
Lois Quam Macalester College Trinity 1983 United States Business executive who has worked in the public and the private sectors to expand access to health care
David Vitter Harvard University Magdalen 1983 United States U.S. Senator (R-La.), 2005–2017
John Wylie University of Queensland Balliol 1983 Australia Australian investment banker and Trustee of the Rhodes Trust, 2010–2018
Dominic Barton University of British Columbia Brasenose 1984 Canada Former President/head and managing director of McKinsey & Company, a multi-billion revenue consulting firm. Chancellor, University of Waterloo, Canada
Richard Flanagan University of Tasmania Worcester 1984 Australia Australian author, winner of the 2002 Commonwealth Writers Prize. Winner of the 2014 Man Booker Prize
Brian Greene Harvard University Magdalen 1984 United States String theorist
Chris Hedrick Stanford University Magdalen 1984 United States Peace Corps/Senegal country director, former president and CEO of Intrepid Learning Solutions
Elizabeth Hollingworth University of Western Australia St Edmund 1984 Australia Australian judge, Trials Division Justice at the Supreme Court of Victoria, 2004–
Raymond Lim University of Adelaide Balliol 1984 Singapore Minister for Transport (2006–2011)
Robert Malley Yale University Magdalen 1984 United States Director for Near East and South Asian Affairs, National Security Council, 1997–2001
Hunter Monroe Davidson College Balliol 1984 United States Senior economist at the International Monetary Fund, Peterson Institute for International Economics, and United States Congress Joint Economic Committee
Christopher Murray Harvard University Merton 1984 United States Director of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation
Nicoli Nattrass Stellenbosch University
University of Natal
Magdalen 1984 South Africa Economics professor
Gareth Penny St Edmund 1984 South Africa Non-executive chairman of Norilsk Nickel, executive chairman of New World Resources and formerly group CEO of De Beers
Daniel Porterfield Georgetown University Hertford 1984 United States Former aide to U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala; president of Franklin and Marshall College
Hugh Possingham University of Adelaide St John's 1984 Australia Chief Scientist of the Nature Conservancy
Catherine Sandoval Yale University St Antony's 1984 United States Commissioner of the California Public Utilities Commission
Craig Scott McGill University St John's 1984 Canada Member of Parliament (2012–2015)
Sarah Sewall Harvard University New 1984 United States Under Secretary of State for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights (2014–2017)
Graham Steele University of Manitoba St Edmund 1984 Canada Minister of Finance of Nova Scotia (July 2009–), member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly (2001–)
George Stephanopoulos Columbia University Balliol 1984 United States Moderator of ABC's This Week and communications director for Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign
Kevin Thurm Tufts University Pembroke 1984 United States CEO of the Clinton Foundation (2017–present)
Michael Kilborn University of Sydney St John's 1985 Australia Cricketer, electrophysiologist and cardiologist
David Kirk University of Otago Worcester 1985 New Zealand Captain of the New Zealand All Blacks who won the inaugural Rugby (Union) World Cup in 1987; CEO of Fairfax Media, 2005–2008
Peter Rathjen University of Adelaide New 1985 Australia Australian stem cell scientist, vice-chancellor, University of Tasmania 2011–
Naomi Wolf Yale University New 1985 United States American feminist social critic, author of books including The End of America (2007)
Alec Cameron University of Sydney University 1986 Australia Vice Chancellor of Aston University (2016–present)
Mao Chen Harvard University Corpus Christi 1986 Singapore Singaporean opposition politician and lawyer
Bryan Horrigan University of Queensland University 1986 Australia Dean of Law Faculty, Monash University;[36] Australian researcher, consultant, commentator and professional speaker on specialised legal, business, and governmental topics
Eric Hoskins McMaster University Balliol 1986 Canada Ontario Minister of Health (2014–2018)
Maurice Jones Hampden-Sydney College St John's 1986 United States United States Deputy Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (2012–2014)
Vivian Lee Harvard University Balliol 1986 United States Radiologist
Michael McFaul Stanford University St John's 1986 United States U.S. Ambassador to Russia, academic
Elliott Portnoy Syracuse University New 1986 United States Global CEO of Dentons
Mahesh Rangarajan Hindu College, Delhi Balliol 1986 India Environmental historian
Susan Rice Stanford University New 1986 United States 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)
Ben Sherwood Harvard University Magdalen 1986 United States President of Disney-ABC Television Group and ABC News
Bonnie St. John Harvard University Trinity 1986 United States Paralympic skier
Joe Torsella University of Pennsylvania New 1986 United States President and CEO of the National Constitution Center 2006–
Wilhelm Verwoerd Stellenbosch University Corpus Christi 1986 South Africa Anti-apartheid advocate
Michael Barr Yale University Magdalen 1987 United States Acting Under Secretary of the Treasury for Domestic Finance (2009–2010), Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Financial Institutions (2009–2011)
David Chalmers University of Adelaide Lincoln 1987 Australia Australian philosopher of mind
Sarah Cleveland Brown University Lincoln 1987 United States Law professor
Jim Collins College of the Holy Cross Balliol 1987 United States Founder of synthetic biology; MacArthur "genius" bioengineer and inventor; MIT professor
Elizabeth Cousens University of Puget Sound New 1987 United States President and CEO of the United Nations Foundation
Merlin Crossley University of Melbourne Magdalen 1987 Australia Molecular biology professor
Atul Gawande Stanford University Balliol 1987 United States Surgeon and New Yorker medical writer
Sagarika Ghose St. Stephen's College, Delhi St Antony's 1987 India Indian journalist
Asher Lopatin Boston University Hertford 1987 United States Jewish advocate
Sylvia Mathews Burwell Harvard University Worcester 1987 United States United States Secretary of Health and Human Services (2014–2017), Director of the Office of Management and Budget (2013–2014)
Simon Palfrey Jesus 1987 Australia Shakespearean and Renaissance literature professor
Patrick Pichette University of Quebec, Montreal Pembroke 1987 Canada Senior vice president and chief financial officer of Google until 2015
David Polkinghorne Pembroke 1987 South Africa Cricketer
Brett Scharffs Georgetown University University 1987 United States Law professor
John Tien United States Military Academy Queen's 1987 United States United States Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security (2021–present)
Ute Wartenberg Corpus Christi 1987 Germany Numismatistic research curator and the first woman president of the American Numismatic Society
Andrew Wee Keble 1987 Singapore Physics professor
Jacob Weisberg Yale University New 1987 United States Journalist and editor of Slate magazine
Jennifer Welsh University of Saskatchewan St Anne's 1987 Canada International relations researcher
Ngaire Woods University of Auckland Balliol 1987 New Zealand New Zealand-born British academic
Kathryn Brown University of Adelaide Balliol 1988 Australia Art history professor
Knute Buehler Oregon State University Merton 1988 United States 2018 nominee for Governor of Oregon, Member of the Oregon House of Representatives (2015–2019)
Sanjay Chauhan Delhi University Worcester 1988 India Cricketer
John Devereux University of Queensland Magdalen 1988 Australia Torts and medical law professor
Richard Drayton Harvard University Balliol 1988 Barbados Historian, Rhodes Professor of Imperial History
Ceri Evans University of Otago Worcester 1988 New Zealand New Zealand footballer, forensic psychiatrist
Bryan Hassel University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Balliol 1988 United States Education policy expert
Jim Himes Harvard University St Edmund 1988 United States American businessman, Democratic U.S. Representative for Connecticut's 4th Congressional District
Caroline Hoxby Harvard University Magdalen 1988 United States Economics professor
John Nagl United States Military Academy St John's 1988 United States President of the Center for a New American Security
Ann Nicholson University of Melbourne St John's 1988 Australia Computer science professor, Monash University
Jonathan Wilkinson University of Saskatchewan Exeter 1988 Canada Minister of Environment and Climate Change (2019–present), Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard (2018–2019)
Paul Carrese Middlebury College Pembroke 1989 United States Political science professor
Brad Carson Baylor University Trinity 1989 United States U.S. Congressman (Oklahoma), 2001–2005
Anna Donald University of Sydney New 1989 Australia Evidence-based medicine expert and epidemiologist
Katherine Eban Brown University St John's 1989 United States Journalist and author
Christopher Ford Harvard University Christ Church 1989 United States Acting Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Affairs (2019–2021, 2018), Assistant Secretary of State for International Security and Nonproliferation (2018–2021)
Brad Hoylman West Virginia University Exeter 1989 United States New York State Senator, 2013-present[37]
Tom Malinowski University of California, Berkeley St Antony's 1989 United States U.S. Representative (2019–present), Assistant Secretary of State for Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (2014–2017)
Maureen McLane Harvard University Hertford 1989 United States Poetry critic
Michael McCullough Stanford University Balliol 1989 United States Social entrepreneur; founder of QuestBridge, medical investor and entrepreneur, physician, assistant professor at UCSF
Jay Rubenstein Carleton College St John's 1989 United States Middle Ages historian
John Tasioulas University of Melbourne Balliol 1989 Australia AI ethics and legal philosophy professor
Danielle Clode University of Adelaide Balliol 1990 Australia Award-winning Australian Author
Jen Easterly United States Military Academy Pembroke 1990 United States Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (2021–present)
Michael Szonyi University of Toronto Merton 1990 Canada Professor of Chinese history at Harvard University
Martina Vandenberg Pomona College St Antony's 1990 United States Anti-human trafficking lawyer
Tara Welch University of Southern California Corpus Christi 1990 United States University of Kansas classics professor
Rufus Black University of Melbourne Keble 1991 Australia Vice Chancellor of the University of Tasmania (2018–present)
David Coleman Yale University University 1991 United States Ninth president of the College Board
Jeff Dolven Yale University Worcester 1991 United States English literature professor
Chrystia Freeland Harvard University St Antony's 1991 Canada Canadian author, editor of Thomson Reuters Digital, Member of Parliament, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of Canada, former Minister of Global Affairs
Peter Henry University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill St Catherine's 1991 United States Dean of the New York University Stern School of Business (2010–2017)
Christopher Howard United States Air Force Academy St Anne's 1991 United States President of Robert Morris University (2016–present)
Edward Iacobucci Queen's University, Kingston St John's 1991 Canada Dean of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law (2005–2010)
Goodwin Liu Stanford University Lady Margaret 1991 United States Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court (2011–present)
Arthur Mutambara University of Zimbabwe Merton 1991 Zimbabwe Zimbabwean politician who became president of one faction of the Movement for Democratic Change in 2006
Greg Pak New York University Hertford 1991 United States Comic book writer
Jeff Shesol Brown University Magdalen 1991 United States Author, speechwriter, political cartoonist
Len Stark University of Delaware Magdalen 1991 United States Chief Judge (2014–2021) and Judge (2010–present) of the United States District Court for the District of Delaware
Angus Taylor University of Sydney New 1991 Australia Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction (2018–present), Minister for Law Enforcement and Cybersecurity (2017–2018)
Kenji Yoshino Harvard University Magdalen 1991 United States Constitutional law scholar
Arash Abizadeh University of Winnipeg Queen's 1992 Canada Philosophy professor
Cory Booker Stanford University Queen's 1992 United States Former mayor of Newark, New Jersey; 2013 elected Democratic US Senator from New Jersey
Jonah Edelman Yale University Balliol 1992 United States Public education advocate
Noah Feldman Harvard University Christ Church 1992 United States American author, Harvard law professor, constitutional adviser to the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq, 2003–2005
Nikolas Gvosdev Georgetown University St Antony's 1992 United States Russian-American contributing editor for The National Interest, teacher at Naval War College
Marnie Hughes-Warrington University of Tasmania Merton 1992 Australia History professor
Bobby Jindal Brown University New 1992 United States Governor of Louisiana (2008–2016); U.S. congressman, civil servant, and university administrator; former Republican presidential candidate (2015)
Marc Lipsitch Yale University Merton 1992 United States Epidemiologist
Neel Mukherjee Jadavpur University University 1992 India Novelist, shortlisted for the 2014 Man Booker Prize
Richard Primus Harvard University Balliol 1992 United States Constitutional law professor
Tracy Robinson University of the West Indies Balliol 1992 Jamaica Member of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (2012–2015)
Sanjeev Sanyal Delhi University St John's 1992 India Asian economist, banker and conservationist from India
Catherine Sharkey Yale University Magdalen 1992 United States Law professor
Bob Sternfels Stanford University Worcester 1992 United States Managing partner of McKinsey & Company (2021–present)
Jack Turner University of Melbourne Magdalen 1992 Australia Historical documentary host
Dmitri Tymoczko Harvard University Oriel 1992 United States Composer and music theorist
Peter Beinart Yale University University 1993 United States Journalist; former editor of The New Republic; contributing editor at The Atlantic; associate professor at CUNY
Carellin Brooks McGill University University 1993 Canada Edmund White Award recipient
Mahmood Farooqui St. Stephen's College, Delhi St Peter's 1993 India Dastangoi storyteller
Taylor Fravel Middlebury College New 1993 United States International security expert
Eric Garcetti Columbia University Queen's 1993 United States Mayor of Los Angeles
Stephen Morgan Harvard University Balliol 1993 United States Sociology and education professor
Sid Mukherjee Stanford University Magdalen 1993 India 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
Niles Pierce Princeton University Christ Church 1993 United States Bioengineering professor
Gina Raimondo Harvard University New 1993 United States Governor of Rhode Island
Faith Salie Harvard University Magdalen 1993 United States Actress, comedian, host of Public Radio International's Fair Game from PRI with Faith Salie
Randy Boissonnault University of Alberta Corpus Christi 1994 Canada Member of the House of Commons of Canada (2015–2019)
Attila Brungs University of New South Wales New 1994 Australia Vice Chancellor and President of the University of New South Wales (2022–present), Vice Chancellor and President of the University of Technology Sydney (2014–2022)
Lisa Gorton University of Melbourne Merton 1994 Australia Writer
Randal Pinkett Rutgers University, New Brunswick Keble 1994 United States President and CEO of BCT Partners, winner of The Apprentice 4
Geraldine Wright University of Wyoming Hertford 1994 United States Insect neuroethologist
Andrew Zawacki College of William and Mary University 1994 United States Poet
Jenny Cooper University of Otago Magdalen 1995 New Zealand Corporate lawter
Drew Hansen Harvard University Magdalen 1995 United States Member of the Washington House of Representatives (2011–present)
Benjamin Jones Princeton University Magdalen 1995 United States Economics professor
Desmond Koh University of Southern California Oriel 1995 Singapore Competitive swimmer
Rachel Maddow Stanford University Lincoln 1995 United States Journalist; social activist; host of The Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC
Audri Mukhopadhyay Dalhousie University Magdalen 1995 Canada Diplomat; Canadian Consul General in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (2009-2013)
Cristina Rodríguez Yale University St John's 1995 United States Co-Chair of the Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States (2021–present)
Jonny Steinberg University of the Witwatersrand Balliol 1995 South Africa Writer
Brenton Brown Brasenose 1996 South Africa Christian musician
Byron Byrne University of Western Australia Balliol 1996 Australia Cricketer
Vahni Capildeo Christ Church 1996 Trinidad and Tobago Poet
Mark Embree Virginia Tech University Balliol 1996 United States Computational and applied mathematics professor
Michelle Gavin Georgetown University Lincoln 1996 United States United States Ambassador to Botswana (2011–2014)
Eric Greitens Duke University Lady Margaret 1996 United States 56th Governor of Missouri, Founder of The Mission Continues and former Navy SEAL
Lisa Grushcow Balliol 1996 Canada Rabbi
Rosemary Langford University of Melbourne
Monash University
1996 Australia Law professor
Nicholas Pirihi University of Waikato Merton 1996 New Zealand Cricketer
Lavanya Rajamani National Law School Hertford 1996 India International environmental law scholar
Anasuya Sengupta Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi St Peter's 1996 India Poet
Alexander Straub Darmstadt University of Technology St John's 1996 Germany London-based entrepreneur and financier from Germany
Simon Chesterman University of Melbourne[38] Magdalen 1997 Australia International law professor and author from Australia
David Eadie St Edmund 1997 South Africa Cricketer
Michael Fullilove University of Sydney
University of New South Wales
Balliol 1997 Australia Author and foreign policy commentator from Australia
Simon Hollingsworth University of Tasmania[39] Exeter 1997 Australia Olympic Games (1992, 1996) and Commonwealth Games (1990, 1994) athlete (400m hurdles) from Australia
Tali Farhadian Weinstein Yale University Magdalen 1997 United States Prosecutor and 2021 candidate for New York County District Attorney
Maryana Iskander Rice University Trinity 1997 United States Social entrepreneur
Ben Jealous Columbia University St Antony's 1997 United States President and CEO of NAACP 2008–2013
Nils Oermann Leipzig University Christ Church 1996 Germany Business ethics professor
Pardis Sabeti Massachusetts Institute of Technology New 1997 United States Computational biologist studying infectious diseases; 2014 Time Person of the Year; lead singer of the Thousand Days[40] [41]
Damon Salesa University of Auckland Oriel 1997 New Zealand Pacific studies professor
Annette Salmeen University of California, Los Angeles St John's 1997 United States American gold medalist in swimming at the 1996 Olympic Games
John Sauer Duke University Oriel 1997 United States Solicitor General of Missouri
James Edelman University of Western Australia Magdalen 1998 Australia Justice of the High Court of Australia
Bryan Graham Tufts University St Antony's 1998 United States Economics professor
Menaka Guruswamy National Law School University 1998 India Senior Advocate at the Supreme Court of India
Patrick Hayden McGill University Balliol 1998 Canada Quantum information theory and quantum computing professor
Raj Kumar University of Madras
Delhi University
University 1998 India Dean of the Jindal Global Law School
Eboo Patel University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Lady Margaret 1998 United States Member of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships
Noam Scheiber Tulane University Magdalen 1998 United States Reporter and news writer
Micah Schwartzman University of Virginia Balliol 1998 United States Law professor
Rachel Simmons Vassar College Lincoln 1998 United States Author of Odd Girl Out: The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls (Harcourt, 2002)
Danny Sriskandarajah University of Sydney Magdalen 1998 Australia Secretary General of CIVICUS
Jake Sullivan Yale University Magdalen 1998 United States U.S. National Security Adviser (2021-), National Security Advisor to the Vice President (2013–2014), Director of Policy Planning (2011–2013)
John Tye Duke University Lincoln 1998 United States Whistleblower on US electronic surveillance
Antonio Delgado Colgate University Queen's 1999 United States U.S. Representative (2019–present)
Mary Franks Loyola University, New Orleans Wadham 1999 United States Law professor
Marc Kielburger Harvard University University 1999 Canada Humanitarian activist from Canada, co-founder of Free the Children
Robert McGill Queen's University Wadham 1999 Canada Writer and literary critic
Aly Remtulla Stanford University Balliol 1999 Canada International relations professor
Beth Shapiro University of Georgia Balliol 1999 United States Evolutionary molecular biologist and MacArthur Fellowship recipient (2009)
Calvin Thigpen University of Mississippi Brasenose 1999 United States Internist
Ben Cannon Washington University Corpus Christi 2000 United States Oregon State Representative
Neil Hanchard University of the West Indies Green 2000 Jamaica National Human Genome Research Institute scientist
Cameron Hepburn University of Melbourne Magdalen 2000 Australia Environmental economics professor
Craig Mullaney United States Military Academy Lincoln 2000 United States Veteran and author
Meghana Narayan Bangalore University Oriel 2000 India International swimming champion from India
Fasi Zaka University of Peshawar Somerville 2000 Pakistan Pakistani political columnist, radio and TV show host, "Head of Ideas" for an advertising agency, 2012 World Economic Forum Young Global Leader
Luke Bronin Yale University Balliol 2001 United States Mayor of Hartford (2016–present)
Sara Bronin University of Texas, Austin Magdalen 2001 United States Lawyer and architect
Karen-Mae Hill University of Leicester St Peter's 2001 Antigua and Barbuda High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (2016–present)
Sarah Johnson Washington University Magdalen 2001 United States Planetary scientist
Wes Moore Johns Hopkins University Wolfson 2001 United States New York Times Bestselling Author, CEO of the Robin Hood Foundation
Alex Wyatt University of Melbourne New 2001 Australia Cricketer
Steve Daley University of Queensland Magdalen 2002 Australia Cricketer and veterinarian
Lillian Pierce Princeton University Magdalen 2002 United States Mathematician
Rob Porter Harvard University New 2002 United States White House Staff Secretary (2017–2018)
PJ Thum Harvard University Hertford 2002 Singapore Singaporean historian, civil rights activist, represented Singapore at the 1996 Olympic Games, Founder and Managing Director of New Naratif.)
Chesa Boudin Yale University St Antony's 2003 United States American social activist in justice issues like parental incarceration, author of Gringo: A Coming of Age in Latin America (2009)
Jeremy England Harvard University St John's 2003 United States American physicist and proposer of "dissipative-driven adaptation"
Cyrus Habib Columbia University St John's 2003 United States 16th Lieutenant Governor of Washington, first Iranian-American elected to state-level office in the U.S.
Jonah Lehrer Columbia University Wolfson 2003 United States Writer
Jess Melbourne-Thomas University of Tasmania Linacre 2003 Australia Marine ecologist
Sasha Polakow-Suransky Brown University St Antony's 2003 United States Foreign policy journalist
Devi Sridhar University of Miami Wolfson 2003 United States Public health researcher
Cyril Almeida Lahore University of Management Sciences Merton 2004 Pakistan Journalist
Cristina Bejan Northwestern University Wadham 2004 United States Poet and playwright
Jared Cohen Stanford University St John's 2004 United States CEO of Jigsaw and an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations
Bethany Ehlmann Washington University Hertford 2004 United States Planetary science professor
Tope Folarin Morehouse College Harris Manchester 2004 United States Executive Director of the Institute for Policy Studies
Jennifer Harris Wake Forest University Pembroke 2004 United States Foreign policy academic
Pete Buttigieg Harvard University Pembroke 2005 United States U.S. Secretary of Transportation, 2020 Candidate for the Democratic Nomination for President, Mayor of South Bend, Indiana
Melissa Dell Harvard University Trinity 2005 United States Professor of Economics at Harvard University. Awarded the John Bates Clark Medal in 2020[42]
Catherine Frieman Yale University Merton 2005 United States Associate professor of Archaeology at the Australian National University.
Andy Kim Deep Springs College
University of Chicago
Magdalen 2005 United States Democratic U.S. Representative for New Jersey's 3rd Congressional District
Neil Kruger Green Templeton 2005 South Africa Orthopedic surgeon and cricketer who has represented the Netherlands.[43]
Atishi Marlena St. Stephen's College, Delhi Magdalen 2005 India Member of the Delhi Legislative Assembly (2020–present)
Tucker Murphy Dartmouth College Merton 2005 Bermuda Bermudan Cross Country skier and Winter Olympian.
Sabeel Rahman Harvard University Pembroke 2005 United States President of Demos
Garrett Johnson Florida State University Exeter 2006 United States Co-founder of SendHub, All-American athlete (shot put)
Rosara Joseph University of Canterbury St John's 2006 New Zealand 2006 Commonwealth Games and 2008 Olympic Games cyclist from New Zealand
Jen Robinson Australian National University Balliol 2006 Australia Human rights lawyer
Amia Srinivasan Yale University Christ Church 2007 United States Political philosopher
Holly Walker University of Otago University 2007 New Zealand Member of the New Zealand Parliament (2011–2014)
Leana Wen Washington University Merton 2007 United States American physician, Baltimore Health Commissioner, and author of When Doctors Don't Listen: How to Avoid Misdiagnoses and Unnecessary Tests
Renée Hložek University of Pretoria
University of Cape Town
Christ Church 2008 South Africa Astrophysics professor
Abdul El-Sayed University of Michigan Oriel 2009 United States Detroit Health Commissioner
Kingwa Kamencu University of Nairobi Wolfson 2009 Kenya 2012 presidential candidate for Kenya[44]
Nanjala Nyabola University of Birmingham Harris Manchester 2009 Kenya [45]
Myron Rolle Florida State University St Edmund 2009 United States 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
Abigail Seldin University of Pennsylvania St Antony's 2009 United States Education technology philanthropist
Raph Graybill Columbia University Magdalen 2010 United States 2020 nominee for Attorney General of Montana
Mari Rabie Stellenbosch University St Catherine's 2010 South Africa 2006 Commonwealth Games and 2008 Olympic Games triathlete from South Africa
Gautam Bhatia National Law School Balliol 2011 India Constitutional law scholar and science fiction author
Varun Sivaram Stanford University St John's 2011 United States 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 Bard College, Simon's Rock
Bard College
Yale University
Magdalen 2012 United States 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
Joy Buolamwini Georgia Institute of Technology Jesus 2013 United States Founder of the Algorithmic Justice League
Shamma Al Mazrui New York University, Abu Dhabi University 2014 United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates Minister of Youth
Ntokozo Qwabe University of KwaZulu-Natal
University of Cape Town
Keble 2014 South Africa Co-founder of Rhodes Must Fall
Léo Bureau-Blouin University of Montreal University 2016 Canada Member of the National Assembly of Quebec (2012–2014)
Sherona Forrester University of the West Indies Linacre 2016 Jamaica Footballer
Maike van Niekerk Dalhousie University St John's 2017 Canada Cancer research activist
Naying Ren Tsinghua University Linacre 2016 China Queer rights activist
Yifan Hou Peking University St Hilda's 2018 China Former women's world champion of chess[46]
Maddy Tung United States Air Force Academy Oriel 2019 United States First female wrestler and wrestling national champion at the U.S. Air Force Academy[47]

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