List of University of Melbourne people

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This is a list of University of Melbourne people, including alumni and staff.

Alumni[edit]

Academia[edit]

Architecture[edit]

Business[edit]

Community activism[edit]

Government[edit]

Governors General of Australia[edit]

Governors of Victoria[edit]

Politicians[edit]

Prime Ministers of Australia[edit]
Premiers of Victoria[edit]
Federal politicians[edit]
Australian state and territory politicians[edit]
International politicians[edit]
Public servants[edit]

Humanities[edit]

Arts[edit]

History[edit]

Journalism[edit]

Literature, writing and poetry[edit]

Philosophy[edit]

Law[edit]

Chief Justices of Australia
Justices of the High Court of Australia
Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Australia
Justices of the Federal Court of Australia
Chief Justice of the Family Court of Australia
Justices of the Family Court of Australia
Chief Justices of Victoria
Justices of the Supreme Court of Victoria
Presidents of the Victorian Court of Appeal

Other legal professionals[edit]

  • Julian McMahon, A.C., barrister, humanitarian, campaigner against death penalty
  • Rob Stary, criminal defence lawyer
  • Lord Uthwatt, Judge, Chancery Division, High Court of Justice of England and Wales, Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, House of Lords

Military[edit]

Religious leaders[edit]

Sciences[edit]

Biology[edit]

Geology[edit]

Chemistry[edit]

Engineering[edit]

Mathematics[edit]

Medicine[edit]

Physics[edit]

Sport[edit]

Faculty[edit]

Administration[edit]

Chancellors[edit]

Order Chancellor Years Notes
1 Sir Redmond Barry 1853–1880 [99]
2 Sir William Stawell 1881–1882
3 James Moorhouse 1883–1886 [100]
4 William Hearn 1886
5 Sir Anthony Brownless 1887–1897 [101]
6 Sir John Madden 1897–1918 [75]
7 Sir John MacFarland 1918–1935 [102]
8 Sir James Barrett 1935–1939 [103]
9 Sir John Latham 1939–1941
10 Sir Charles John Lowe 1941–1954
11 Sir Arthur Dean 1954–1966 [80]
12 Sir William Upjohn 1966–1967 [104]
13 Sir Robert Menzies 1967–1972 [105]
14 Leonard Weickhardt 1972–1978
15 Sir Oliver Gillard 1978–1980
16 Sir Roy Wright 1980–1989 [106]
17 Sir Edward Woodward 1990–2001
18 Fay Marles 2001–2004
19 Ian Renard 2005–2009 [107]
20 Alex Chernov 2009–2011 [8]
21 Elizabeth Alexander 2011– [108]

Vice-Chancellors[edit]

Order Vice-Chancellor Academic qualifications Years Notes
1 Hugh Childers 1853–1857 [109]
2 Anthony Brownless 1858–1887 [101]
3 Martin Irving 1887–1889 [110]
4 Sir John Madden 1889–1897 [75]
5 Sir Henry Wrixon 1897–1910 [45]
6 Sir John MacFarland 1910–1918 [102]
7 Sir John Grice 1918–1923 [111]
8 General Sir John Monash 1923–1931 [112]
9 James Barrett 1931–1934 [103]
10 Sir Raymond Priestley 1934–1938
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13 David Penington 1988–1995 [113]
14 Alan Gilbert 1996–2004 [114]
15 Glyn Davis 2005–present [115]

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