Scholar of the Week
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.
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The World Bank's Lead Economist for Tunisia in the North Africa and Middle East Region.
Dr Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall
California & Balliol 1981
Special Assistant to the President, White House Coordinator for Defense Policy, Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction, and Arms Control.
Australia-at-Large & Magdalen 2000
Professor of environmental economics, Smith School and INET at the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford,Professorial Research Fellow, Grantham Research Institute, LSE, and Co-founder of Climate Bridge, Vivid Economics and Aurora Energy Research. Read more.
This week we pay tribute to Scholars who have died during periods of war.
This week we pay tribute to all those Scholars who have lost their lives during times of conflict. - See more at: http://www.rhodeshouse.ox.ac.uk/search?keywords=Remembrance&x=0&y=0#sthash.0tle1dys.dpuf
Charles Maynes (1938-2007)
United States diplomat and long-time editor of Foreign Policy magazine.
Bangladesh & University College 1998
Technical Manager-Child Protection at Save the Children in Liberia.
E. Anthony Abrahams (1940-2011)
Jamaica & St Peter's 1962
Jamaican Minister of tourism and journalist.
Dr Simukai Utete
ERA Group Leader for the Mobile Intelligent Autonomous Systems (MIAS) group at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) in South Africa.
South Africa-at-Large & St Catherine’s 1982
Chief Executive of The Mandela Rhodes Foundation.