List of University of Peradeniya people

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This is a list of notable University of Peradeniya people. This includes distinguished alumni of various fields and distinguished faculty people.

Law, politics and international relations[edit]

Academics[edit]

Professors and scholars[edit]

  • Prof. Rohan Abeyaratne – Director, Singapore MIT Alliance Research & Technology; Quentin Berg Professor of Mechanics at MIT; President of the American Academy of Mechanics, 2007-08[18]
  • Dr. Ram Alagan – researcher in gender studies[19]
  • Dr. Seela Alkaduwa – researcher and assistant director (research) at the International Center for Ethnic Studies[20]
  • Prof. K. M. de Silva – Executive Director of the International Centre for Ethnic Studies[21]
  • Prof. Padmasiri de Silva – author, research Fellow at Monash University[22]
  • Prof. K.N.O. Dharmadasa – editor-in-chief, Sinhala encyclopaedia[23]
  • Prof. Gishan Dissanaikefinancial economist; Robert Monks Professor of Corporate Governance at the University of Cambridge; head of the Finance Department; Director of the Cambridge MPhil Programme in Finance[24][25]
  • Dr. Siri Gamage – Sociologist and Educationist affiliated with the University of New England, Australia[26]
  • Prof. Sucharitha Gamlath - winner of Rowland's Gold Medal, Jayanayake Prize and the oriental research scholarship; Trotskyist; professor in Sinhala; Dean of Jaffna University; served in the Rajarata University and Ruhunu University; scholar in linguistics; pioneering Sri Lankan Marxist critic; author of many books
  • Prof. Shelton GunaratneProfessor emeritus (Mass Communications), Minnesota State University; writer; scholar[27][28]
  • Prof. Leslie Gunatilake – Fellow of the Third World Academy of Sciences and National Academy of Sciences, Sri Lanka, Director, SW Centre for natural products research and commercialisation and Professor of the University of Arizona[29]
  • Prof. P. V. J. Jayasekera – professor of history; director, Institute for International Studies[30]
  • Prof Laksiri Jayasuriya - Emeritus Professor, University of Western Australia. Fellow of the Australian Academy of Social Science.[31]
  • Prof. Tissa Jayatilaka – political analyst; director of the Centre for Policy Alternatives-Sri Lanka; director of the Fulbright Commission of Sri Lanka; chairman of the Jury for Presidential Awards for Sri Lankan Sinhala Films; visiting professor of Grinnell College, US[32][33]
  • Prof. Amal Jayawardane – Sri Lankan historian; visiting professor at the American University; research scholar at the Department of International Relations, London School of Economics[34]
  • Prof. David KalupahanaBuddhist scholar; Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at the University of Hawaii[35]
  • Prof. P.D. PremasiriBuddhist scholar; Professor Emeritus of Pali and Buddhist Studies at the University of Peradeniya.[36]
  • Prof. Sirima Kiribamune – author and researcher in gender studies[37]
  • Prof. Charmi Mendis-Handagama – professor and Chief of the Reproduction Research Group at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Tennessee[38]
  • Prof. Gananath Obeyesekere – Emeritus Professor of anthropology at Princeton University; leading anthropologist; entered into an intellectual debate with Marshall Sahlins over the rationality of indigenous people through the details of Captain James Cook's death in the Hawaiian Islands in 1779[39]
  • Prof. Lakshman S. Perera – author and archaeological researcher[40]
  • Prof. R.M. Gamini Rajapakse – author[41]
  • Prof. Michael Roberts – Sri Lankan-Australian author; associate professor of anthropology, University of Adelaide[42]
  • Professor Lakshman Samaranayake - Dean of the Faculty of Dentistry (2004 -), University of Hong Kong; Tam Wah-Ching Professor in Oral Sciences; King James IV Professor, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh; first Asian to receive the latter honour;[43] first dental surgeon in Sri Lanka to receive DSc (honoris Causa) from the University of Peradeniya
  • Dr. S. W. R de A Samarasinghe – Director, Tulane Institute for International Development, US; founder-editor of The Kandy News[44]
  • Prof. Vidyamali Samarasinghe – author and professor at American University, US[45]
  • Kala Keerthi, Dharma Shastra Visharadha Kirthi Sri, Prof. Anuradha Seneviratna – scholar[46]
  • Prof. Sudharshan Seneviratne – professor of archaeology; Fulbright Visiting Professor at Cornell University and Carleton College; archaeological director of the UNESCO programs at Anuradhapura[47]
  • Prof. Ananda Wickremeratne – author and lecturer in theology at Loyola University of Chicago; associate member, University of Chicago[48]
  • Prof. Sunil J. Wimalawansa – physician; scientist; MD, PhD, MBA, DSC; Chief of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Nutrition; Director of Regional Osteoporosis Center, New Jersey, USA; originator of therapies for prevention and treatment of osteoporosis; recipient of many awards for innovation, and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Sri Lanka Foundation, Los Angeles for his contributions to science, humanity, and society[49]

University Presidents, Chancellors and Vice Chancellors[edit]

Deans[edit]

Medicine[edit]

  • Prof. Aloka Abey Bandara – developer of an antibiotic vaccine to control infectious Brucellosis[65]
  • Prof. Malik Peiris, FRS Légion d'Honneur – Tam Wah-Ching Professor in Medical Science; Chair Professor, Department of Microbiology at the University of Hong Kong; Scientific Director, HKU-Pasteur Research Centre; first Sri Lankan to be elected a Fellow of the Royal Society; discoverer of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) virus; proposed the Cytokine storm theory of avian influenza[66]
  • Prof. Sunil J. Wimalawansa – physician; scientist; MD, PhD, MBA, DSC; Chief of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Nutrition; Director of Regional Osteoporosis Center, New Jersey, USA; originator of therapies for prevention and treatment of osteoporosis; recipient of many awards for innovation, and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Sri Lanka Foundation, Los Angeles for his contributions to science, humanity, and society[49]

Science and technology[edit]

Military and police[edit]

Literature[edit]

Film, theatre and television[edit]

Arts[edit]

  • Stanley Kirinde SLAS – one of Sri Lanka's most outstanding artistic talents of the 20th century; former state secretary of the Ministry of Ports and Shipping; painter of the President's House (Kandy and Colombo), the Foreign Ministry, the Military Academy[91][92]
  • Tilak Samarawickrema – artist, architect and designer[93]

Music[edit]

  • Ray Forbes – singer of the choral group Peradeniya Singers[94]
  • Bridget Halpe – choral director[94]
  • Monica Ludowycke – singer of the choral group Peradeniya Singers[94]
  • Rene Malawana – singer of the choral group Peradeniya Singers[94]
  • Bernie Marcelline – singer of the choral group Peradeniya Singers[94]

Religion[edit]

Journalists[edit]

  • Mohan Samaranayake – journalist and political analyst in Sri Lanka[97]
  • Taraki Sivaram – political analyst and a senior editor for Tamilnet.com[98]
  • Prof. S. Thillainathan – professor of Tamil; former editor of Dinakaran;member of the Official Languages Commission[99]

Civil servants[edit]

Education[edit]

Business and finance[edit]

  • D. K. Rajapaksa – managing director, DSI Samson Group (Pvt) Ltd.[108]
  • Ajith Wickremaratne – banker; corporate executive; former Vice President and Head of Corporate Banking of NDB Bank, Sri Lanka[109][110]

Faculty[edit]

Librarians[edit]

Sportsmen and sports administrators[edit]

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