Recent Appointments and Awards for Rhodes Scholars
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The Rhodes community extends warm congratulations to Scholars listed below on their appointments and awards.
ROBERT MALLEY (Connecticut & Magdalen 1984)
Appointed to the US National Security Council as senior director in charge of relations with the Gulf states and Iran. Read more.
SARAH SEWALL (Maine & New College 1984)
Appointed U.S. Under Secretary of State for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights in the Department of State and also Special Coordinator for Tibetan Issues. Read more.
IAN REID (Western Australia & St John's 1988)
Appointed Professor of Computer Science at the University of Adelaide. Awarded an Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship. Read more.
NIGEL CLARKE (Jamaica & Linacre 1994)
Appointed to the Upper House of the Parliament of Jamaica (the Senate). Read more.
RICHARD PORTES (Illinois & Balliol 1962)
Awarded PhD honoris causa, University of Paris-Dauphine (2013) and appointed Honorary Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford (2014).
SALIM YUSUF (India & St John's 1976)
Elected President of the World Heart Federation and to be inducted into the Canadian Medical Hall of Fame in April 2014. Previously appointed Officer of the Order of Canada for services to Medicine and awarded the Allyn J Taylor International Prize in Medicine in 2013. Read more.
TUCKER MURPHY (Bermuda & Merton 2005)
Will be competing at the Sochi Winter Olympic Games in cross-country skiing, representing Bermuda. Read more.
ROBYN HADLEY (North Carolina & Somerville 1985)
Appointed Associate Vice Chancellor and Director of the John B. Ervin Scholars Program at Washington University in St. Louis. Read more.
DAVID CELERMAJER (New South Wales & New College 1984)
Named Officer (AO) of the Order of Australia for distinguished service to medicine in the field of cardiology, as a clinician and researcher, to improved medical diagnostic methods, and to the promotion of heart health, particularly in children and young adults. Read more.
BISWAJIT BANERJEE (India & St Catherine's 1972)
Appointed Chief Economist at the Bank of Slovenia.