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

Susan Rice

Susan Rice

Maryland/DC & New College 1986

The United States National Security Advisor and formerly United States Ambassador to the United Nations.

Dr Ivan Getting (1912-2003)

Dr Ivan Getting (1912-2003)

Massachusetts & Merton 1933

Engineer and researcher credited with the development of the Global Positioning System (GPS). 

Prof. Marc Tessier-Lavigne

Prof. Marc Tessier-Lavigne

Québec & New College 1980

President of The Rockefeller University and his laboratory investigates how neural circuits in the brain form during embryonic development.

Prof. Trevor Munroe

Prof. Trevor Munroe

Jamaica & New College 1966

Executive Director of National Integrity Action, Jamaica’s anti-corruption civil society organisation.

Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington

Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington

Tasmania & Merton 1992

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) at the Australian National University, and new Rhodes National Secretary for Australia.

The Hon. George Stanley (1907-2002)

The Hon. George Stanley (1907-2002)

Alberta & Keble 1929

Historian and also designer of the current Canadian maple leaf flag, which has just marked its 50th anniversary.

Dr Rohan Paul

Dr Rohan Paul

India & St Catherine’s 2008

Developed the ‘smart’ cane which is an affordable obstacle detection system that is mounted on the white cane carried by the visually challenged.

Prof. Brian Greene

Prof. Brian Greene

New York & Magdalen 1984

Co-founder and co-director of Columbia's Institute for Strings, Cosmology, and Astroparticle Physics (ISCAP).

Dr Penelope Brook

Dr Penelope Brook

New Zealand & Nuffield 1984

Ombudsman for The World Bank.

Dr David Ndii

Dr David Ndii

Kenya & St Antony's 1993

Managing Director of Africa Economics.