List of Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology people

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This is a list of Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology people.

This list of people includes alumni as well as current and former students and faculty of the Australian (RMIT University) and Vietnamese (RMIT University Vietnam) branches of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT).

It also includes alumni as well as former students and faculty from its antecedents: Melbourne Technical College (MTC) and Working Men's College (WMC); amalgamations with: Emily McPherson College of Domestic Economy (EMC), Melbourne College of Decoration, Melbourne College of Printing and Graphic Art and Melbourne College of Textiles; and merger with Phillip Institute of Technology (PIT).

Art[edit]

Drawing and painting[edit]

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

Photography and printmaking[edit]

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

Sculpture and smithing[edit]

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

Others[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Stephen Banham BA, faculty typographer [70]
Joseph Brown, AM, OBE art classes [WMC] art collector; gifted the largest single collection of the National Gallery of Victoria [71][72]
Betty Churcher, AO former faculty former Director of the National Gallery of Australia (1990-1997) [73]
Sir Jonathan Mills, AO MArch, DArts (honoris causa) festival director; current director of the Edinburgh International Festival and former director of the Melbourne Festival [74]
Jill Orr MFA visual artist [75]
Sarah Jane Pell Dip Eng, former faculty performance and visual artist; former researcher in RMIT's Exertion Games Lab [76][77]
Ron Radford, AM Dip Art (Painting), D Arts (honoris causa) former Director of the National Gallery of Australia (2004–2014) [20][78]
Christian Thompson BA (Hon) (Visual Art), MFA visual artist [79][80]
Timothy James Webb MFA visual artist [81]
Shaun Wilson BFA, faculty visual artist [82][83]

Business and society[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Peter Beilharz former faculty sociologist; co-founder and editor of the academic journal Thesis Eleven [84]
Henry Bosch, AO faculty businessman; Adjunct Professor in the RMIT School of Management [85]
Allan Briggs faculty crisis communications expert and founder of Briggs Communications [86]
Andrew Darbyshire, AM attended software entrepreneur and philanthropist, founder of Pacsoft [87]
Andrew Demetriou former faculty former CEO of the Australian Football League (AFL) [88]
The Ven. Philip Down DipAppSci Church of England Archdeacon of Ashford [89][90]
David Dunstan former faculty Australian history academic; former Director of Monash University's National Centre for Australian Studies [91]
Bob Isherwood Dip Art (Advert), D Comm (honoris causa) business leader; former Worldwide Creative Director of Saatchi & Saatchi [20][92]
Margaret Gardner, AO former Vice-Chancellor economist and community leader, current Vice-Chancellor of Monash University (2014–present) [93]
Paul James former faculty Director of the UN Global Cities Programme and former Director of the RMIT Global Cities Research Institute [94]
Mary Kalantzis faculty Adjunct Professor in the RMIT School of Global Studies, Social Science and Planning [95]
Bruce Kingsbury, VC attended World War II soldier and recipient of the Victoria Cross [96]
Tan Le faculty business leader and President of Emotiv Systems [97][98]
Jonathan Ling MBA CEO and Managing Director of New Zealand's largest listed company Fletcher Building [99]
Paul Little, AO attended, D Bus (honoris causa) Director of Little Projects and former Director of Australasia's largest transport company Toll Holdings [20][100][101]
Francis Macnab, AM, OM D Psych (honoris causa) Executive Minister of the Uniting Church of St Michael's in Melbourne and founder of the Cairnmillar Institute [102][103]
Harold Mitchell, AC Dip Advert, DBus (honoris causa) media entrepreneur and philanthropist, founder of Mitchell Communications [104]
Tom Nairn former faculty nationalist, RMIT's Globalism Research Centre Tom Nairn Lecture named in his honour [105]
Jacques Nasser, AO BBus, D Tech (honoris causa) Chairman of the World's largest mining company BHP Billiton, and former CEO of Ford [20][106][107]
Tony Naughton former faculty former Professor of Economics and Head of the RMIT School of Economics, Finance and Marketing [108]
The Hon. Francis Ormond founder grazier, politician and public benefactor; Building 1 (Francis Ormond Building) at RMIT named in his honour [109]
Charles Pearson former faculty journalist and politician; Pearson & Murphy's cafe at RMIT named after him [110][111]
Melinda Tankard Reist BA (Journ) advocate for women's rights and media commentator [112]
Bruce Ruxton, AM, OBE attended former President of the Returned and Services League of Australia (Victorian Branch) [113]
Leonie Sandercock former Deputy Dean former Deputy Dean of the RMIT School of Global Studies, Social Science and Planning [114]
Dame Margaret Scott, AC, DBE Dip Ed, Grad Dip Arts, D Ed (honoris causa) ballet dancer; founder and former Director of the Australian Ballet School [20][115]
Paul Stoddart attended former owner of the Minardi (Formula 1) and Minardi Team USA (Indy Car) racing teams [116]
Ziggy Switkowski current Chancellor business leader and nuclear scientist [117]
Robert Thomson BA (Journ) CEO of News Corp., former editor-at-large of The Wall Street Journal as well as The Times [118][119]

Design[edit]

Architecture[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Robin Boyd, CBE Architecture classes influential architect and proponent of modern architecture in Australia [120][121]
Mark Burry faculty Director of RMIT's Design Research Institute and Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory [122][123]
Neil Clerehan Attended architect [124]
Peter Corrigan D Arch (honoris causa), faculty architect; Principal of Edmond and Corrigan [20][125]
Norman Day MArch, D Arch (honoris causa), faculty architect and writer; Adjunct Professor of Architecture at RMIT [20][126][127]
Harold Desbrowe-Annear former faculty [WMC] architect [128]
Harriet Edquist professor of architectural history architectural historian [129]
Zahava Elenberg BArch (Hon) architect; Young Australian Businesswoman of the Year (2003) [130]
Cassandra Fahey BArch architect; designed the controversial "Sam Newman House" in St Kilda [131]
Ernest Fooks Former faculty [MTC] architect; first lecturer in town planning at Melbourne Technical College (antecedent to RMIT) [132]
Eli Giannini B Arch, M Arch architect, director of MGS Architects and Life Fellow of the Australian Institute of Architects [133][134]
Sean Godsell M Arch sustainable-design architect [135][136]
Graeme Gunn Dip, D Arch (honoris causa), former faculty architect; foundation Dean of the RMIT School of Architecture and Design [137]
Daryl Jackson, AO Dip Arch architect; designed Etihad Stadium and the MCG's Great Southern Stand [138][139]
Nonda Katsalidis MArch architect; Principal of Fender Katsalidis Architects; designed Eureka Tower [140]
William S.W. Lim D Arch (honoris causa), faculty architect; Adjunct Professor of Architecture at RMIT [20][141]
Peter McIntyre, AO Dip Arch architect; Emeritus Professor of Architecture at the University of Melbourne [142][143]
Paul Mees, OAM Former faculty urban planner [144]
Paul Morgan BArch, MDesign architect [145]
Barry Patten Dip Arch architect; designed the Sidney Myer Music Bowl [146]
Howard Raggatt MArch, faculty architect; Principal of Ashton Raggatt McDougall; Adjunct Professor of Architecture at RMIT [147][148]
Ivan Rijavec BArch, MArch, faculty architect and creative director [149][150]
Louis Sauer Faculty architect; former Head of the Department of Architecture at Carnegie-Mellon University [151]
Kerstin Thompson BArch(Hon), faculty architect [152]
John Wardle BArch, MArch architect; Adjunct Professor of Architecture and Design at the University of South Australia [153][154][155]
James Weirick Former Head of Landscape Architecture architect [156]

Fashion industry[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Prue Acton, OBE Dip Textile Design, D Arts (honoris causa) fashion designer and businesswoman [20][78][157]
Peter Alexander faculty fashion designer [158]
Jenny Bannister Dip Fashion [EMC] fashion designer [159][160]
Graham Bennett art classes costume designer, teacher and collaborator with Academy Award-winner John Truscott [161][162]
Linda Britten Dip Fashion [EMC] fashion designer [163]
Linda Jackson Dip Fashion Design [EMC] fashion designer [164]
Toni Matičevski BA (Fashion) (Hon) fashion designer; former designer with Nino Cerruti and Donna Karan [165]
Sruli Recht BA (Fashion) fashion designer; infamous for using Arctic fox fur, seal pelt and whale skin in his designs [166][167]

Entertainment and media[edit]

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

Film and television[edit]

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

Journalism[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
David Astle faculty writer; known for his crosswords in The Age and Sydney Morning Herald and television show Letters and Numbers [199]
Bunty Avieson Assoc Dip Journ journalist and author [200]
Les Carlyon, AC faculty dual Walkley Award-winning journalist and author [201]
Tom Connell Postgraduate in journalism political reporter and presenter for Sky News Australia and member of the Canberra Press Gallery. [202][203]
Julian de Stoop BA (Journ) sports journalist, currently the Melbourne bureau chief of Fox Sports News on Fox Sports [204]
John Garrett BA (Photo) photojournalist [205]
Alicia Gorey BA (Journ) journalist; presenter of the Melbourne weekend edition of Nine News on the Nine Network [206][207][208]
Anthony Hudson BA (Journ) sports journalist; chief Australian Rules Football reporter on the Ten Network [209]
Andrew Jaspan faculty journalist; co-founder and editor of The Conversation and former editor of The Age, The Observer and The Scotsman [210][211]
Nick Johnston BA (Journ) journalist; former senior reporter for the national weekday edition of Nine News on the Nine Network [212]
Rebecca Maddern BA (Media) news presenter; host of the Melbourne weekday edition of Seven News on the Seven Network [213]
Kirsten Magasdi BA (Journ) journalist; travel reporter for Fast Track on BBC World News [214]
Edwin Maher former faculty journalist; first non-Chinese presenter with China's international news service CCTV News [215][216]
Chris Masters, PSM D Comm (honoris causa), faculty Walkley Award and Logie award-winning journalist; Adjunct Professor of Communication at RMIT [20][217]
Brett McLeod BA (Media) journalist; reporter on the Melbourne edition of Nine News on the Nine Network [207][218]
Amy Parks BA (Journ) journalist; reporter on the Melbourne edition of Seven News on the Seven Network and formally with the Nine Network [219]
Muriel Porter, OAM former faculty journalist and theological writer [220]
Jill Singer faculty Walkley Award-winning journalist; former senior reporter for The 7:30 Report on ABC [221][222][223]
James Talia BA (Journ) journalist; senior reporter for the Melbourne weekday edition of Nine News on the Nine Network [224]

Literature[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Kalinda Ashton Dip Writing, PhD, faculty writer [225][226]
Carmel Bird former faculty writer [227][228]
Steven Carroll former faculty writer and critic; recipient of the Miles Franklin Award (2008) [229]
Anuja Chauhan Grad Dip Writing writer and advertising executive; known for The Zoya Factor [230]
Alison Goodman MA (Writing) author [231]
Brendan Gullifer MA (Writing) author and former journalist [232][233]
Rosalie Ham AdvDipArts (Prof. Writing & Editing), MA (Creative Writing) author, best known for The Dressmaker [234]
Sonya Hartnett BA (Media) author; recipient of the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award (2008) [235][236]
M. J. Hyland Dip Writing & Editing author; known for Carry Me Down [237]
Antoni Jach faculty author [238][239]
Martine Murray MA (Writing) author [239][240]
Peter Temple former faculty crime fiction author; recipient of the Miles Franklin Award (2010) [241]
Carrie Tiffany Dip Writing & Editing, MA (Writing) author [237]
Walter J. Turner attended [WMC] poet and critic [242]
Alexis Wright Dip Writing, D Arts (honoris causa) indigenous author; recipient of the Miles Franklin Award (2006) [20][243][244]
Ania Walwicz faculty poet [245]
Chris Womersley Dip Writing & Editing author [237]

Music industry[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Robyn Archer, AO, CdOAL faculty ARIA Award-winning singer and art director; Advisor with RMIT's Globalism Research Centre [246][247]
Philip Brophy faculty experimental musician and academic [248]
Davide Carbone former faculty ARIA Award-winning composer and producer; founder of the School of Synthesis [249]
Paul Doornbusch former faculty music academic [250]
Judith Durham, OAM writing classes lead singer with the ARIA Award-winning and Academy Award-nominated band The Seekers [251]
Nicole Foote BComm (Media) DJ and radio presenter; current host of Mix Up (radio show) on Triple J [208]
David Haberfeld BFA (Media Arts), MA ARIA Award-nominated DJ and music producer; performs as "Honeysmack" [252]
Plutonic Lab BA(Hon) ARIA Award-nominated DJ and music producer; member of Muph & Plutonic and drummer with Hilltop Hoods [253]
Finn Robertson BA (Media Arts) composer [254]
Andrew Stockdale BA lead singer and guitarist with the Grammy Award-winning band Wolfmother [255][256]
Darrin Verhagen faculty composer [257]
Jonathan Welch, AM faculty conductor and opera singer, founded The Choir of Hard Knocks [258]
Chun Wu BBus (Admin) actor and singer; member of the Taiwanese boyband Fahrenheit [259]

Government and law[edit]

Leaders[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
The Hon. Austin Asche, AC, QC former President 3rd Chief Justice and 13th Administrator of the Northern Territory [260][261]
The Hon. Ted Baillieu, MLA Dip Bus 46th Premier of Victoria [262]
The Hon. Lord Richard Casey FRMIT 16th Governor-General of Australia; Casey Building and Plaza at RMIT named in his honour [263]
Neil Comrie, APM, AO Assoc Dip Criminal Justice former Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police [264]
Brig. Sir Bernard Evans, DSO, ED architecture classes [WMC], former President [MTC] 75th Lord Mayor of Melbourne, army officer and architect [265]
Senator Steve Fielding BEng current Leader of the Family First Party [266][267]
Sir Samuel Gillott, CBE former President [WMC] 47th Lord Mayor of Melbourne [268]
The Hon. Rob Hulls justice studies, Juris Doctorate former Attorney-General and Deputy Premier of Victoria [269][270]
Pat McNamara business studies former Leader of the National Party (Victorian Branch) and Deputy Premier of Victoria [271]
The Hon. Sir William McPherson, KBE founder [EMC] 31st Premier of Victoria, donated the majority of foundation funds to the Emily McPherson College (now a part of RMIT) [272][273][274]
Oliver Nilsen, CBE, JP attended [WMC] 70th Lord Mayor of Melbourne [275]
Peter Ryan, MLA justice studies current Leader of the National Party (Victorian Branch) and former Deputy Premier of Victoria [276][277]
Lieut-Gen. John Sanderson, AC Dip Civ Eng former Chief of the Australian Army and 31st Governor of Western Australia [278]
The Hon. Marcus Stephen Dip Accounting 11th President of Nauru; weightlifter and Olympic and Commonwealth Games gold medallist [279]
The Hon. William Watt, PC accounting and grammar classes [WMC] 24th Premier of Victoria and campaigner for the Australian federation cause [280]

Ministers[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
The Hon. Frank Anstey attended former Minister for Health in the Parliament of Australia [281][282]
The Hon. Bruce Billson BBus, Grad Dip Management, MBus (Lead) former Minister for Small Business in the Parliament of Australia [283][284]
Donald Cameron President [MTC] former Minister for Aircraft Production during World War II and Post-Master General of Australia [285]
The Hon. Bruce Chamberlain former faculty former President of the Legislative Council in the Parliament of Victoria [286]
Richard Dalla-Riva, MLC Assoc Dip Bus [PIT] former Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations in the Parliament of Victoria [287][288]
David Davis, MLC BAppSci [PIT] former Minister for Health and Ageing in the Parliament of Victoria [289]
Sir Raymond Garrett science and engineering classes former President of the Legislative Council in the Parliament of Victoria [290][291]
Lim Boon Heng D Bus (honoris causa), former faculty current Minister in the Prime Minister of Singapore's Office [20][292]
The Hon. David Hodgett, MLA BBus (Management) former Minister for Major Projects, Manufacturing and Ports [293]
Sir George Knox, CMG engineering classes former Speaker of the Legislative Assembly in the Parliament of Victoria [294]
The Hon. John Lemmon attended [WMC], former President [WMC] former Minister for Public Instruction; longest serving Victorian politician (51 years) [285][295][296]
The Hon. Jenny Lindell Dip Medical Radiation former Speaker of the Legislative Assembly in the Parliament of Victoria [297][298]
The Hon. Justin Madden BArch former Minister for Planning in the Parliament of Victoria; former AFL footballer [299]
Barry Pullen Dip Civ Eng former Minister for Conservation and the Environment in the Parliament of Victoria [300]
The Hon. Gordon Rich-Phillips, MLC BEng former Minister for Technology and Aviation Industry in the Parliament of Victoria [301]
Neil Pope Dip Bus Studies former Minister or Education in the Parliament of Victoria [302]
The Hon. Prof. Evan Walker, AO Dip Arch, FRMIT former Minister for the Arts, Industry, Major Projects and Public Works; former architect [303]
James Webster attended former Minister for Science and the Environment in the Parliament of Australia [304]
Richard Worth, OBE, KstJ PhD former Minister for Internal Affairs in the Parliament of New Zealand [305]

Members[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Lidia Argondizzo, JP BBus, MBA former Member of the Parliament of Victoria [306]
Stephen Barker former President [WMC] former Member of the Parliament of Australia [285]
Donna Bauer BComm former Member of the Parliament of Victoria [307]
Anthony Carbines, MLA BA (Journ) current Member of the Parliament of Victoria [308]
Dennis Jensen, MP BAppSci current Member of the Parliament of Australia [309][310]
Marlene Kairouz, MLA Dip Health current Member of the Parliament of Victoria [311]
Cyril Kennedy Dip Art (Advertising) former Member of the Parliament of Victoria [312]
The Hon. Catherine King, MP BA (Social Work) [PIT] current Member of the Parliament of Australia [313][314]
Jim Simmonds attended former Member of the Parliament of Victoria [315]
Robert Solly former President [WMC] former Member of the Parliament of Victoria [285]
Nick Wakeling, MLA Grad Dip IR/HR current Member of the Parliament of Victoria [316][317]
Lorraine Wreford BAppSci former Member of the Parliament of Victoria [318]
Jason Wood, MP Grad Dip Management, MAppSci current Member of the Parliament of Australia [319][320]

Others[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Roland Benedikter former faculty political scientist; current researcher with University of California and Stanford University [321]
Julian Burnside, AO, QC D SocSci (honoris causa), former faculty barrister, human rights advocate and author [20]
Percy Clarey former President [MTC] Delegate to the UN for Australia (1954-1957) [285]
Breen Creighton faculty labour law expert [322]
Don Edgar faculty social policy academic; Adjunct Professor with RMIT's Centre for Workplace Change [323]
Peter J. Hayes faculty political scientist; Executive Director of the Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainability at RMIT [324]
James Jupp former faculty political scientist; Director of the Centre for Immigration and Multicultural Studies at the Australian National University [325]
Anastasia Powell faculty criminologist [326]
Oren Yiftachel FRMIT political geographer; Professor of Geography at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev [327]

Health and sports[edit]

Note: RMIT offers degrees in applied sciences of health and life, but does not have a medical school.[328][329]

Health industry[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Edward de Bono D Des (honoris causa), former faculty physician and psychologist [20]
Rhonda Galbally D SocSci (honoris causa), former faculty current Chair of the Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne [20][330]
Heather Horst FRMIT anthropologist [331]
John Travis faculty physician; proponent of the wellness movement and Adjunct Professor in the RMIT School of Health Sciences [332]
Beth Wilson Dip Sci, D Ed (honoris causa) current Chief Commissioner of Victoria Health Services [20][333][334]

Sports[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Ian Browne attended cyclist and Olympic and Commonwealth Games gold medallist [335]
Christine Envall attended professional bodybuilder [336]
Elizabeth Gardner BAppSci (Human) freestyle skier [337]
Carrie Graf, OAM BAppSci basketballer and former coach of the Australia women's national basketball team [338]
Allan Hahn, OAM DAppSci (honoris causa), faculty sports scientist; Emeritus Professor of the Australian Institute of Sport [182]
Steven Hooker, OAM attended pole vaulter and Olympic and Commonwealth Games gold medallist [339]
Gus Johnston BA (Advert) field hockey player and anti-homophobia in sports campaigner [340]
Lydia Lassila, OAM B AppSci (Human) freestyle skier and Winter Olympic Games gold medallist [337][341][342]
Bill Lawry, AM attended former captain of the Australia national cricket team; sports commentator [343]
James Marburg BA rower and Olympic Games silver medallist [344]
David Morris current student freestyle skier [341]
Nick Morris, OAM BAppSci (Human) wheelchair basketballer and Paralympic Games gold medallist [345]
Elizabeth Patrick current student rowing coxswain [344]
Colin Ridgway attended former NFL player with Dallas Cowboys and first Australian to play in the NFL [343]
Jared Tallent current student race walker, Olympic Games silver and Commonwealth Games gold medallist [344]
James Tomkins, OAM BBus rower and three-time Olympic Games gold medallist; financial analyst [346]
Peter Thomson physics classes golfer and five-time winner of the British Open [347]
Max Walker Dip Arch former cricketer and AFL player with Melbourne Demons; architect and entrepreneur [348][349]
Charlie Walsh, OAM former faculty former coach of Australian national cycling team; helped develop the RMIT-AIS Olympic Superbike [350]
Julien Wiener BBus (Management) cricketer and first Jew to play for Australia [351]

Australian Rules Football[edit]

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

Science and technology[edit]

Name Association with RMIT Notability References
Amanda Barnard B Sci (AppPhysics) (Hon), PhD nanotechnologist and theoretical physicist; Head of the CSIRO Nanoscience Laboratory [357][358]
Martin G. Bean current Vice-Chancellor technology executive; former Global Director of Microsoft and former Vice-Chancellor of Open University [359]
Gordon S. Brown Dip Civil Eng, Elec Eng, Mech Eng [WMC] cyberneticist; Emeritus Professor of Electrical Engineering at MIT [360][361]
John Béchervaise, OAM, MBE science classes Antarctic explorer and author [362]
Megan Clark, AC DAppSci (honoris causa), former faculty scientist; current CEO of the CSIRO [119]
J. Donald R. de Raadt FRMIT Emeritus Professor of Informatics and System Science at Luleå University of Technology [363]
Graham Dorrington faculty aeronautical engineer; subject of the 2004 documentary The White Diamond by Werner Herzog [364][365]
Dennis Gibson, AO former Chancellor mathematician [366][367]
Ranulph Glanville former faculty cybernetics theoretician [368]
Alfred Gottschalk former faculty biochemist and glycoprotein researcher [369]
Ann Henderson-Sellers former Deputy Vice-Chancellor former Director of the UN Climate Programme [370]
Arthur R. Hogg science classes astronomer and physicist [371]
Richard Kaner faculty chemist and nanotechnologist; recipient of the Tolman Award (2008) [372]
Lakshmi Kantam faculty chemist; Adjunct Professor and Director of the IICT-RMIT Research Centre [373]
William Kernot former President [WMC] Old Kernot Engineering School at RMIT named in his honour [374][375]
Sir Albert Kitson geology, mining, surveying classes [WMC] geologist; recipient of the Lyell Medal (1927) [376]
David Malin D AppSci (honoris causa) astronomer [20]
Henry Millicer, AM D Eng (honoris causa); former faculty aircraft designer [20][377][378]
Luca Marmorini faculty Head of the engine and electronics department for the Ferrari F1 team [379]
Florian Müller faculty software academic; developer in RMIT's GEElab and Exertion Games Lab [380]
Calder Edkins Oliver former President [WMC] civil engineer, developed the water and sewerage systems in Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and Canberra [285]
Alan Pears, AM faculty environmental analyst [381]
Kathryn Sheffield PhD, School of Mathematical and Geospatial Sciences scientist, emote sensing, Department of Environment and Primary Industries (Victoria) [382]
Mandyam Srinivasan, AM former faculty biologist [342]
Manfred Steger faculty Professor of Global Studies at RMIT and the Director of RMIT's Globalism Research Centre [383]
Sir Lawrence Wackett, KBE former faculty Australian aircraft industry pioneer; RMIT's Lawrence Wackett Aerospace Centre named in his honour [384]
Heinrich Karsten Wagenfeld former faculty theoretical and experimental physicist [385]

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Texts[edit]

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

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