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The Rhodes community extends warm congratulations to Scholars listed below on their appointments and awards.

ANGUS TURNER (Western Australia & Queen's 2002)

Awarded BusinessNews' 40under40 award for establishing Lions Outback Vision - a unit providing specialist eye health services in regional and remote communities. Read more.

MUHAMMAD ALI FARID KHWAJA (Pakistan & Wolfson 2005)

Appointed CEO of Safecharge Card Services in Dublin, Ireland.

K. SABEEL RAHMAN (New York & Pembroke 2005)

Mayor Bill de Blasio appointed K. Sabeel Rahman to the Rent Guidelines Board in New York City. Read more.  He will also join the Brooklyn Law School faculty in the coming academic year.

VINESH RAJPAUL (South African College School, Newlands & Merton 2013)

Recognised by two major photographic competitions in just one week: runner Up in Wanderlust/Independent Newspaper’s annual competition and also named the Nikon UK Citizen Photographer of the Year at the Picture Editors’ Guild award ceremony in London. Read more.

ASHTON CARTER (Connecticut & St John's 1976)

Sworn in as the 25th US Secretary of Defense. Read more.

ABIGAIL SELDIN (Pennsylvania & St Antony's 2009)

Named in the 2015 Forbes 30under30 education category, co-founder of College Abacus. Read more.

PROFESSOR SIR JOHN BELL (Alberta & Magdalen 1975)

Appointed GBE for services to medicine, medical research and the UK life science industry in the 2015 New Year's Honours List. Sir John has pioneered the development of genomic and genetic research programmes across the UK. Read more.

JAMES BARNES (Minnesota & New College 1954)

Named a recipient of the 2014 Eli Lilly Lifetime Achievement Award given by the Indiana Historical Society.

DEACON TURNER (Oklahoma & New College 1991)

Appointed a Trustee of the National Museum of the American Indian. Read more

BEN RIMMER (Victoria & Balliol 1997)

Appointed Chief Executive of the City of Melbourne. Read more.