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Alumni Associations

In a number of national constituencies, Rhodes Scholars have formed Alumni Associations. Find out more about them and how you can be involved.

  • Committee

    President
    Ralph H. Smith II (Alabama & Corpus Christi 1973)
    Vice-President and ATFO Administrator
    Janice R. Ugaki (Idaho & St Antony's 1993)
    Secretary
    Nicholas W. Allard (New York & Merton 1974)
    Treasurer
    Andrew Park (Illinois & Lincoln 2002)

    Contact

    Joyce Knight

    Website

    www.americanrhodes.org

    About

    The mission of AARS is to bring Rhodes Scholars in America together in support of the Rhodes Scholarship, its values, and Oxford University through events, publications, networks and the web.

    We foster social, intellectual and professional connections that reflect our shared experiences and extend our perspectives.

    Newsletter/ Publications

    The American Oxonian

    Contact the Editor, Kathrin Day Lassila (Iowa & Trinity 1982).

  • Contact

    Gillian Fullilove at gillian.fullilove@rhodeshouse.ox.ac.uk

    For more information about the association, please head to the ARSA website.

    ARSA Website

  • Committee

    Mr Jonathan Tepper (North Carolina & Christ Church 1998) - Chairman
    Prof Ed Berman MBE (Maine & Exeter 1962)
    Mr Charles Conn (Massachusetts & Balliol 1983)
    Dr Colin Michie (Zimbabwe & University 1980)

    Website

    http://www.rsib.org/

    Contact

    Please direct all questions to enquiries@rsib.org.

    About

    RSiB exists to support the advancement of education amongst Rhodes Scholars in Britain. We do this primarily by supporting the work of the Rhodes Trust, by organising activities for our members to connect and learn from one another, and by fostering intellectual and professional connections between Scholars in residence and the broader Rhodes community.

    Rhodes Scholars in Britain is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation registered with the Charity Commission (no. 1157010). Our registered address is Rhodes House, South Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3RG.

    Other Information

    To pay your annual membership fee of £20 please click on the 'Buy Now' link below. Alternatively send a cheque for £20 payable to ‘Rhodes Scholars in Britain’. Please send your cheque to RSIB, c/o Rhodes House, South Parks Road, Oxford, OX1 3RG. You can also make an electronic funds transfer to the Rhodes Trust, using sort code 60-70-03, account 65896297. Please reference ‘RSIB’ in your fund transfer.

  • CARS Executive, 2019-2021

    President 

    Braden O’Neill (Alberta & University 2011)

    Vice-President

    Sumit Sen (India, 1995)

    Secretary

    Kai Alderson (Ontario & Wadham, 1993)

    Treasurer

    Stephen Brosha (Nova Scotia & Merton, 2007)

    Newsletter Editor 

    Katherine Trajan (British Columbia & Linacre 2007)

    Sailing Weekend Coordinators

    Léticia Villeneuve (Quebec & University 2011) Stephen Brosha (Nova Scotia & Merton 2007)


    About

    The first Canadian Rhodes Scholars took up residence in Oxford in 1904, and since that time over a thousand Canadians have been awarded a Scholarship. The Association aims to:

    • Connect Current and Senior Scholars with each other, through events and communications.
    • Promote the visibility and standing of the Rhodes Scholarship in Canada
    • Disseminate information about the Scholarship and about Scholars in a regular e-Newsletter.
    • Strengthen the Rhodes Scholarship through financial support from Senior Scholars and other sources.
    Newsletter/Publications

    Contributions, tributes, letters, comments, suggestions and suggestions can be sent to the editor at canadianrhodesnewsletter@gmail.com.

    Events

    CARS events are organised locally, and upcoming CARS events can be seen on the Rhodes Events page. Please do get in touch if you would like to organise or host an event.

    How to organise regional meetings of Rhodes Scholars: The Association is more than happy to help Scholars organise regional gatherings. Please contact us to let us know and we will help identify who lives within that particular region and can contact them on your behalf.

  • Contact

    Friederike Reuter at friederike.reuter@germanrhodes.org

    For more information about the association, please head to the AGRS website.

    AGRS Website

  • Contact

    Alisha Wade (Commonwealth Caribbean & Trinity 2000)

    About

    Since 1904, there have been more than 150 Scholars from Jamaica and the Commonwealth Caribbean. The aims of the Association are:

    • Connecting current and Senior Scholars with each other, through events and communications.
    • Promoting the visibility and standing of the Rhodes Scholarship in Jamaica and the Commonwealth Caribbean, by engaging in outreach to schools and tertiary institutions, as well as liaising with Ministries of Education.
    • To disseminate information about the Scholarship and about Scholars in an annual e-Newsletter.
    • Strengthening the Rhodes Scholarship through financial support from Senior Scholars and other sources.

    Profiles of some of the Rhodes Scholars from Jamaica and the Commonwealth Caribbean include:

    Norman Manley (Jamaica & Jesus 1914) (4 July 1893 – 2 September 1969)
    Premier of Jamaica

    Professor Rex Nettleford (Jamaica & Oriel 1957) (3 February 1933 - 2 February 2010)
    Pioneer of Caribbean cultural studies, and Vice-Chancellor of University of West Indies.
    The inaugural Rex Nettleford Memorial Lecture was delivered by former Secretary-General of the Commonwealth, Sir Shridath Ramphal, and was held at Rhodes House in 2011. Further information about Professor Nettleford's life can be read here. The Rex Nettleford Fellowship in Cultural Studies: For more information on this scheme, click here.

    Professor Stephen Vasciannie (Jamaica & Balliol 1981)
    Current Jamaican Ambassador to the United States.

    Newsletter/ Publications

    There will be an annual newsletter coming soon.

    Events

    These will be organised locally. Please do get in touch if you would like to organise or host an event.

    How to organise regional meetings of Rhodes Scholars:

    The Association is more than happy to help Scholars organise regional gatherings. Please contact us to let us know and we will help identify who lives within that particular region and can contact them on your behalf.

    For travelling Rhodes Scholars

    If you are a Rhodes Scholar from anywhere in the world and want to connect with Jamaican or Commonwealth Caribbean Scholars, for example whilst travelling in the region, please do not hesitate to get in touch and we will be happy to connect you with fellow Scholars.

  • About

    The KARS is meant to create a vibrant community where Rhodes Scholars from Kenya and in Kenya can connect and network; organise outreach programmes and talks; and aims to create a pool of Rhodes Scholars who can support the Selection process.

    Contact

    Victoria (victoria.miyandazi@st-annes.ox.ac.uk) for queries and to be added to mailing list

  • Committee

    President
    Duncan McGillivray (New Zealand & St John's 2000)
    Treasurer
    Jonathan Good (New Zealand & Magdalen 2004)
    Secretary
    Willow Sainsbury (New Zealand & Magdalen 2004)

    Contact

    Willow Sainsbury

  • Contact

    saarscommittee@gmail.com

    For more information about the association, please head to the SAARS website.

    SAARS

  • Committee

    Tariro Makadzange (Zimbabwe & Balliol 1999)
    Julie Taylor (Zimbabwe & St Antony's 2003)

    Contact

    Tariro Makadzange or Julie Taylor

    About

    The Association aims to:

    • Connect Current and Senior Scholars with each other, through events and communications.
    • Promote the visibility and standing of the Rhodes Scholarship in Zimbabwe.
    • Strengthen the Rhodes Scholarship through financial support from Senior Scholars and other sources.
    Events

    Events are organised locally. Please do get in touch if you would like to organise or host an event. There will be an annual Harare reception during December.

    How to organise regional meetings of Rhodes Scholars

    The Association is more than happy to help Scholars organise regional gatherings. Please contact us to let us know and we will help identify who lives within that particular region and can contact them on your behalf.

    For travelling Rhodes Scholars

    If you are a Rhodes Scholar from anywhere in the world and want to connect with Zimbabwe Scholars, for example whilst travelling in the region, please do not hesitate to get in touch and we will be happy to connect you with fellow Scholars.

    Other Information

    Rhodes Scholars from Zimbabwe

    Patrick Forth (Zimbabwe & Keble 1981) Managing Partner at the Boston Consulting Group.

    Arthur Mutambara (Zimbabwe & Merton 1991) Zimbabwean politician who became the President of the Movement for Democratic Change in February 2006.