List of University of New South Wales faculty
This is a list of notable University of New South Wales staff.
- Paul Justin Compton, Ripple Down Rules
- Gernot Heiser, operating systems researcher
- John Lions, Unix expert
- Claude Sammut, AI researcher
- Jeffrey Braithwaite, health policy professor
- Martin Green, photovoltaics scientist
- Tim Harcourt, economist
- Donald Horne, political scientist
- Gordon Parker, psychiatrist
- Andrew Pitman, climate scientist
- Judith Robinson, French studies professor
- John Shine, biochemist
- Wallace Wurth (1949–1960)
- The Hon. Sir John Clancy (1960–1970)
- Sir Robert Webster (1970–1975)
- The Hon. Gordon Samuels (1976–1994)
- The Hon. Sir Anthony Mason (1994–1999)
- John Yu (2000–2005)
- David Gonski (2005–present)
- Arthur Denning 1949–1952
- Sir Philip Baxter 1953–1969
- Sir Rupert Myers 1969–1981
- L. Michael Birt 1981–1992
- John Niland 1992–2002
- Wyatt "Rory" Hume 2002–2004
- Mark Wainwright 2004–2006
- Fred Hilmer 2006–2015
- Ian Jacobs 2015–present
UNSW Canberra is a campus of the UNSW and is located at the Australian Defence Force Academy. Since 1967 the university has been providing tertiary education to officers in the Australian Defence Force through the Royal Military College, Duntroon. In 1986 the Australian Defence Force Academy, a tri-service military training institution was established. The academy is run jointly between the commandant, who represents the Australian Defence Force side, and the rector, who represents the UNSW.
Deans and Rectors
|E. R. Bryan (Acting Dean)||1967|
|Sir Leslie H. Martin||1967–1970|
|B. D. Beddie||1971–1972|
|J. C. Burns||1973–1978|
|T. G. Chapman (acting dean)||1975, 1978, 1980|
Past and present rectors
|Harry Heseltine AO||1991–1996|
|John Richards FTSE||1996–1998|
|Peter Hall (acting rector)||1998–1999|
|David Lovell (acting rector)||2004|
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