Rhodes Scholar Video Wall
View our videos from current Scholars, Alumni and groups.
Shaun Johnson (South Africa-at-Large & St Catherine's 1982
Shaun Johnson went back to south Africa during his years as a Rhodes Scholar. He used his writing skills to publish a political newspaper specialised in anti-apartheid journalism
Matthews Mtumbuka (Malawi & Hertford 2002)
Matthews Mtumbuka is an engineer who is fighting poverty in Malawi. He orchestrates the building of infrastructures for the locals. He was also awarded the Tutu fellowship in recognition for his work
The Future of Medicine
Professor Sir John Bell and Dr Leana Wen stimulate a discussion on the Future of Medicine at the 110th Rhodes Anniversary.
Highlights of the 110th Rhodes Anniversary
The 110th Rhodes Anniversary workshop brought together Rhodes Scholars from around the world to talk about History of the Scholarship and how we can have more impact in the 21st Century
What the Rhodes Scholarship means to me
Senior Rhodes Scholars share what the scholarship meant to them.
Karen Stevenson (Maryland & Magdalen 1979)
Karen Stevenson was the first African American woman from the United States to win the Rhodes Scholarship. (Maryland & Magdalen 1979)
Bram Fischer Memorial Lecture 2013 given by Ms Navi Pilla
The 2013 Bram Fischer Memorial Lecture was delivered by Ms Navi Pilla and it was titled 'Human Rights in Africa: Opportunities and Challenges.' Ms Pillay served as United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.
Bram Fischer Memorial Lecture 2011 by Mr George Bizos SC
The 2011 Bram Fischer Memorial Lecture was delivered by Mr George Bizos SC, a human rights lawyer who campaigned against apartheid in South Africa, most notably during the Rivonia Trial.