Each week a Rhodes Scholar will be featured on the homepage. This feature reflects the diversity of backgrounds, contributions and impact of Rhodes Scholars from many countries since 1903.  For the full lists of Rhodes Scholars since 1903, click here

Rachel Mazyck

Rachel Mazyck

North Carolina & Linacre 2005

President of Collegiate Directions, Inc. (CDI), a non-profit supporting primarily first-generation-to-college students.

Pierre Charpentier (1925-1989)

Pierre Charpentier (1925-1989)

Québec & St John's 1949

Ambassador to Peru, Bolivia, Algeria and the Organisation of American States.

Walter Isaacson

Walter Isaacson

Louisiana & Pembroke 1974

Writer, biographer and President/CEO of the Aspen Institute. His new book The Innovators released in the US on 7 October. Photo credit: Tomas Krist.

Esther Uduehi

Esther Uduehi

Indiana & Merton 2011

Middle and Upper School Mathematics Teacher at The Spence School in New York.

Professor Ranjit Bhatia (1937-2014)

Professor Ranjit Bhatia (1937-2014)

India & Jesus 1957

Olympic athlete (marathon and 5000m), journalist and educationalist, as well as serving as National Secretary to the Rhodes Trust for India.

Dr Heidi Stöckl

Dr Heidi Stöckl

Germany & Nuffield 2006

Lecturer in Social Epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Lt. Arthur Wheen (1897-1971)

Lt. Arthur Wheen (1897-1971)

New South Wales & New College 1919

Keeper of the Library at the V&A Museum, and responsible for the English translation of Erich Remarque's All Quiet on the Western Front.

Francis Patrick Donovan (1922 − 2012)

Francis Patrick Donovan (1922 − 2012)

Queensland & Magdalen 1946

Australian Ambassador to the United Nations Office at Geneva.

The Hon Dr Eric Hoskins

The Hon Dr Eric Hoskins

Ontario & Balliol 1986

Ontario's Minister for Health and Long Term Care, and former president of War Child Canada.