Please alert us to recent appointments or awards of any Rhodes Scholars by emailing development@rhodeshouse.ox.ac.uk or use the Rhodes Scholar Information Update form here.

The Rhodes community extends warm congratulations to Scholars listed below on their appointments and awards.

DAVID MORGAN (Newfoundland & Oriel 1950)

Appointed Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Education at Johns Hopkins University. Read more.

SAMIR SINHA (Manitoba & New College 2001)

Awarded the Early Career Award from the Canadian Medical Association during the 11th annual Award for Young Leaders. At Mount Sinai and the University Health Network Hospitals, where he is director of geriatrics, Dr Sinha has developed an innovative Acute Care for Elders (ACE) strategy that is positively transforming the care of older adults across the entire continuum of care. Read more.

PETER GILL (Alberta & Magdalen 2009)

Awarded the Student Award from the Canadian Medical Association during the 11th annual Award for Young Leaders. Dr Peter Gill co-founded and developed PedsCases, a medical education website that provides pediatric resources for undergraduate students. Read more.

RICHARD FLANAGAN (Tasmania & Worcester 1984)

Included on the 13-strong long-list for the 2014 Man Booker prize for his novel The Narrow Road to the Deep North. Read more.

ELIZABETH SHERWOOD-RANDALL (California & Balliol 1981)

Nominated by President Obama for the post of Deputy Secretary of Energy. Read more.

NATASHA HENDRICK (Australia-at-Large & University 1993)

Elected Deputy World Board Chair for the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. Read more.

DOUG BECK (California & New College 1992)

Role at Apple now includes Head of North American sales. Read more.

C. EDWARD COFFEY (South Carolina & St John’s 1974)

Appointed President and CEO of the Menninger Clinic. Read more.

JOHN SIMON (Massachusetts & New College 1984)

Received the Individual Mission Award as part of the 2014 Social Good (#SoGood) Awards at June’s State of Innovation Forum in Boston. Read more.

RAYMOND BURSE (Kentucky & St John's 1973)

Appointed interim President for Kentucky State University. Read more