Rhodes Scholar Video Wall
View our videos from current Scholars, Alumni and groups.
Bram Fischer Memorial Lecture 2019
This year, Professor Stephen Clingman, Distinguished Professor of English at the University of Massachusetts and Bram Fischer's biographer spoke at our memorial lecture. His lecture was titled 'Bram Fischer in our Times'. This lecture was live streamed to Johannesburg for the first time.
Shakeba Foster: Rhodes Scholar Research in 60 Seconds
Shakeba Foster (Jamaica & Hertford 2017) completed her Mphil in Economics at the University of Oxford. Her research focuses on income inequality.
Yasmin Rafiei: Rhodes Scholar Research in 60 Seconds
Yasmin Rafiei (Prairies & Pembroke 2017) read Political Philosophy at the University of Oxford. Her research focuses on allyship and understanding power structures.
Rhodes Ahead: Professor Sandy Fredman & Nomfundo Ramalekana Interview
Rhodes Ahead is our thought leadership series from the Rhodes community. Our fourth interview is with Sandy Fredman (South Africa-at-Large & Wadham 1979) and Nomfundo Ramalekana (South Africa-at-Large & Lady Margaret Hall 2015). They discuss the creation of the Oxford Human Rights Hub, the opportunities it has created for its contributors and the changes it has made in the real world.
Farah Shamout: Rhodes Scholar Research in 60 Seconds
Farah Shamout (United Arab Emirates & Balliol 2016) is reading a DPhil in Engineering at the University of Oxford. Her research focuses on machine learning systems which aims to produce a hospital-wide alerting system.
Jean Balchin: Rhodes Profile (New Zealand & Trinity 2018)
In this interview Jean Balchin (New Zealand & Trinity 2018) describes what it's like to study English Literature at the University of Oxford and her involvement with the Rhodes Disability project, which helps to make the city and the University a more accessible place for everyone.
Yotam Vaknin: Rhodes Profile (Israel & University 2018)
In this interview Yotam Vaknin (Israel & Univeristy 2018) describes the wide range of Oxford courses you can choose from when studying on a Rhodes Scholarship. You can study subjects you never thought you would have the opportunity to explore.
Oscar Lyons: Rhodes Profile (New Zealand & Balliol 2016)
Oscar Lyons (New Zealand & Balliol 2016) is studying for a DPhil at the Nuffield Department of Surgery. In this interview, he explains why being a Rhodes Scholar is so important in the progression of his learning about different cultures and backgrounds, and how he has thrived within the Rhodes community.
Nadav Lidor: Rhodes Profile (Israel & St John's 2017)
Nadav is currently undertaking a Rhodes Service Year. The Rhodes Service year is an occasional potential option for the second year of the Scholarship for those who take a one-year taught course in their first year, and for whom there may be no obvious course of study in their second year.