Fellows 1900 - 1999

 

1900-1961
The Revd Charles Travers Wood, M.A., B.D. Chaplain, Dean, Divinity and Hebrew Lecturer. University Lecturer in Divinity. Cross-country running 'blue'. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge. d.1961.

1900-1952
Arthur Bernard Cook, M.A., Litt.D., F.B.A. Fellow of Trinity 1893-99. Classical Lecturer, Vice-President. Professor of Greek at Bedford College, London. University Reader in and Laurence Professor of Classical Archaeology. d.1952.

1901-1906
The Revd FREDERIC HENRY CHASE, M.A., B.D., D.D. Lecturer in Theology, Pembroke. Hon. Fellow of Christ's. Fellow of King's College, London. Tutor and Principal of the Clergy Training College, Cambridge. Norrisian Professor of Divinity, University Preacher. PRESIDENT 1901-06. Vice-Chancellor. Hon. Fellow 1906-25. Bishop of Ely. Assisted in the revision of the Book of Common Prayer. d.1925.

1903-1909
The Revd Claude Hermann Walter Johns, M.A., Litt.D., D.D. Assistant Chaplain and Assyriology Lecturer. Hulsean Lecturer. Assistant Master at the Leys School, Cambridge, Second Master at Horton College, Tasmania, and at Paston G.S., North Walsham, Chaplain and Tutor of St Peter's College, Peterborough. Lecturer in Assyriology, King's College, London. Fellow of Jesus, 1909. Master of St Catharine's 1909-20. Rector of St Botolph's, Cambridge, Canon of Norwich. Hon. Fellow 1915-20. "One of the greatest Assyriologists". d.1920.

1906-1931
The Revd THOMAS CECIL FITZPATRICK, M.A., D.D. h.c. Fellow, Chaplain, and Dean of Christ's 1888-1906. Assistant Demonstrator in Experimental Physics. PRESIDENT 1906-31. Vice-Chancellor. Active in the Workers Educational Association movement. Member of Cambridge Town Council. Mountaineer. d.1931.

1912-1972
The Revd Robert George Dalrymple Laffan, B.A., M.A.(Oxon.). President of the Oxford Union. History Lecturer, Chaplain, Praelector, Tutor, Bursar. University Lecturer in History. Chaplain to the Forces in the Great War; Order of St Sava (5th Class), Serbia. Librarian at the Oratory School, Woodcote, Reading in retirement. Converted to Roman Catholicism. d.1972 (aged 95).

1912-1971
Cyril Montagu Sleeman, M.A. Lieutenant, R.N.V.R., in the Great War. Lecturer and Director of Studies in Natural Sciences, Tutor, Senior Tutor. University Lecturer in Physics. d.1971.

1921-1977
Archibald Douglas Browne, M.A. Captain, Royal Garrison Artillery during the Great War. Lecturer and Director of Studies in Mechanical Sciences, Junior Bursar, Steward, Tutor, Vice-President. University Lecturer in Engineering. d.1977.

1924-1960
Leonard James Potts, M.A. Lecturer and Director of Studies in English, Junior Bursar, Praelector, Tutor, Senior Tutor, Librarian. University Lecturer in English. Friend and correspondent of the novelist T.H.White. d.1960.

1927-1958
JOHN ARCHIBALD VENN, M.A., Litt.D., F.S.A., C.M.G., J.P. Junior Bursar. University Member on the Cambridge Borough Council, University (Gilbey) Lecturer in the History and Economics of Agriculture. PRESIDENT 1932-58. President of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society. Perpetual Student and Governor of St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College. Compiler of Alumni Cantabrigienses. Son of John Venn, President of Caius, and grandson of Henry Venn (1819). d.1958.

1932-1987
Edwin Arthur Maxwell, M.A., Ph.D. Lecturer, Assistant Director of Studies and Director of Studies in Mathematics, Junior Bursar, Praelector, Keeper of the Records, Senior Bursar. Secretary of the International Commission on Mathematical Instruction, President of the Mathematical Association.  Author of  mathematical textbook for schools.. Treasurer and Chairman of the Ely Diocesan Board of Finance. Life Fellow from 1974. d.1987.

1933-1951
Charles Theodore Seltman, M.A., Litt.D., F.S.A. Praelector, Librarian. University Lecturer in Classics. Proctor. Temporary Professor in the University of Paris. d.1957.

1933-1946
Sir Peter Frank Dalrymple Tennant, M.A., C.M.G., O.B.E., Kt. Lecturer and Director of Studies in Modern Languages, Praelector. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in Scandinavian Languages. Wartime Press Attache in Stockholm and S.O.E.operative, Deputy Commandant, British Sector in Berlin. Information Counsellor in Paris. Overseas Director of the Federation of British Industry and Deputy Director-General. Director-General of the British National Export Council. Diplomat and Businessman. President of the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Chairman, British Committee, European Cultural Foundation. d.1996.

1934-1936
James Basil Buxton, M.A., D.V.M., F.R.C.V.S. Lecturer in Veterinary Hygiene, Royal (Dick) Veterinary College, Veterinary Superintendant of the Wellcome Physiological Research Laboratories, Director of the M.R.C. Farm Laboratories. Professor of Animal Pathology. Principal and Dean of the Royal Veterinary College; President of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, of the Central Veterinary Society, of the National Veterinary Medical Association. d.1954.

1934-1988
James Arthur Ramsay, M.A., Ph.D., M.B.E., F.R.S. Assistant Director of Studies and Director of Studies in Natural Sciences, Steward, Vice-President. University Demonstrator and Hardinge Lecturer in Experimental Zoology, Reader in and Professor of Comparative Physiology. Major in the Royal Artillery Defence Experimental Establishment. Life Fellow from 1976. Hon. Fellow 1976-88. d.1988.

1934-1937
Frank Goldby, M.A., B.Chir., M.B., M.D., M.R.C.S., F.R.C.P. Steward. University Demonstrator and Lecturer in Anatomy. Professor of Anatomy, University of Adelaide, 1937-45, then of St Mary's Hospital, University of London, 1945-70. d.1997.

1936-2004
The Revd Henry St John Hart, M.A., B.D. Research Fellow, Chaplain, Hebrew Lecturer, Director of Studies in Divinity and Oriental Languages, Dean, Tutor, Deputy Chaplain, Librarian, Garden Steward, Dean of College, Vice-President. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in Divinity, Reader in Intertestamental Studies, Mere's Preacher to the University. Hon. Fellow, Numismatic Society. Life Fellow from 1979. d. 2004 (aged 92).

1936-1996
Sir Harold Walter Bailey, M.A., M.A.(W. Australia), M.A., D.Phil.(Oxon.), D.Litt. h.c.(W.Australia), D.Litt. h.c.(Austr.Natl.Univ.), D.D. h.c.(Manchester), D.Litt. h.c.(Oxon.), F.B.A., Kt. Lecturer in Iranian Studies, School of Oriental Studies. Garden Steward. Professor of Sanskrit. Hon. Fellow of the School of African and Oriental Studies, University of London, Hon. Fellow of the Asiatic Society, Calcutta. President, Philological Society, the Royal Asiatic Society, the Society for Afghan Studies, the Society of Mithraic Studies; Chairman, Anglo-Iranian Society, Ancient India and Iran Trust. Hon. Fellow, St Catherine's College, Oxford. Life Fellow from 1967. Hon. Fellow 1967-1996. d.1996 (aged 96).

1937-1957
Graham Patterson McCullagh, M.A., M.D.(Belfast). Riddel Demonstrator in Pathology, Queen's University, Belfast. Tutor, Assistant Director of Studies in Natural Sciences and in Medicine, Director of Studies in Medicine, Senior Tutor. University Lecturer in Pathology. Lieutenant-Commander, R.N.R. d.1957.

1944-1976
Harold Stewart Kirkaldy, M.A., C.B.E. Senior Bursar, Vice-President, Lecturer in Industrial Relations. Montagu Burton Professor of Industrial Relations. Deputy Chairman of the Incomes Commission. Life Fellow from 1970. d.1976.

1944-1947
John Cuthbert Bevington, M.A., Ph.D., D.Sc.(Birmingham), F.R.I.C. Research Fellow. Lecturer in Physical Chemistry, Birmingham University. Professor of Chemistry and Pro Vice-Chancellor, Lancaster University. Principal of Bowland College, Lancaster. Macro Group U.K. Medallist, 2001. d.2007.

1945-1984
Sir ARTHUR LLEWELLYN ARMITAGE, M.A., LL.B., J.P., LL.D. h.c.(Manchester), LL.D. h.c.(Queen's, Belfast), LL.D. h.c.(Liverpool), LL.D. h.c.(Birmingham), Kt. Tutor, Director of Studies in Law, Senior Tutor. University Lecturer in Law. PRESIDENT 1958-70. Vice-Chancellor. Life Fellow from 1970. Professor of Law and Vice-Chancellor, University of Manchester. Chairman of the Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals. Member of the University Grants Committee. Hon. Master of the Bench of the Inner Temple. Hon. Fellow 1970-84. d.1984.

1945-1953
John Wilson Findlay, M.A., Ph.D., M.B.E., F.I.E.E.E., F.A.A.A.S. Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies in Natural Sciences, Junior Bursar. University Demonstrator in Physics.Scientific Adviser to the R.A.F. (Squadron Leader). Assistant Director of Electronics Research, Ministry of Supply. Chairman, Research Equipment Development Department, U.S. National Radio-Astronomy Observatory; Assistant Director and Deputy Director of the Observatory. Chairman, Lunar and Planetary Missions Board of N.A.S.A. d.1994.

1945-1948
Robert Latham, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. University Demonstrator in Physics. Lecturer in Physics at Imperial College, London. d.1994.

1946-1959
The Very Revd Henry Chadwick, M.A., Mus.B., D.D., D.D.h.c.(Glasgow), Hon Teol.Dr.(Uppsala), D.D.h.c.(Yale), D.D.h.c.(Leeds), D.D.h.c.(Manchester), D.D.h.c.(Surrey), D.D.h.c.(Augustinian University of Rome), D.Hum.Lett.h.c.(Chicago), D.D.h.c.(Harvard), D.D.h.c.(Jena), F.B.A., K.B.E., M.R.I.A., Hon.F.A.A.A.S. Research Fellow, Chaplain, Dean, Director of Studies in Divinity and in Music. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in Divinity. Proctor, Hulsean Lecturer. Hon. Fellow 1959-2008. Regius Professor of Divinity at Oxford University, 1959-69, Canon of Christchurch, Dean of Christchurch, Oxford, 1969-79, Pro-Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University. Fellow and Hon. Fellow of Magdalene, Hon. Fellow of St Anne's, Oxford and of Trinity Colege. Fellow of Eton. Regius Professor of Divinity, 1979-83. Master of Peterhouse, 1987-93. Hon. Canon Emeritus of Ely; Member of the Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission. Brother of Professor Owen Chadwick, the historian, Master of Selwyn College.  d.2008

1947-2008
Douglas Parmee, M.A. Tutor for Graduate Students, Steward, Fellows' Steward, Director of Studies in Modern Languages. University Lecturer in French. Life Fellow from 1981. d.2008 (aged 94).

1948-1957
John Reginald Trevaskis, M.A. Assistant Tutor and Director of Studies in Classics. University Lecturer in Classics. Professor of Classics and Comparative Philology, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Adelaide University.  d.2002.

1950-1970
Charles Sidney Deakin, M.A. Junior Bursar, Assistant Director of Studies and Director of Studies in Mechanical Sciences. University Lecturer in Engineering. Life Fellow from 1963. d.1970.

1951-1964
Walter Hagenbuch, M.A. Assistant Tutor, Tutor, Financial Tutor, Senior Tutor, Director of Studies in Economics. Proctor, University Lecturer in Economics and Politics. Professor of Economics and Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at Kent University. d.1980.

1952-1954
William Alan Barker, M.A., M.A.(Yale). Director of Studies in History. Lieutenant, Royal Artillery. Master at Eton. Headmaster of the Leys School, Cambridge. Cambridgeshire County Councillor and Alderman. Headmaster of University College School, Hampstead. Husband of Jean, later Baroness Trumpington. d.1988.

1953-1967
Geoffrey Philip Wilson, M.A., LL.B. Research Fellow, Tutor, Praelector, Assistant Director and Director of Studies in Law. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in Law. Professor of Law at Warwick University. Emeritus Professor since 1997.

1953-1956
Sir Martin Wyatt Holdgate, M.A., Ph.D., C.B., F.I.Biol., D.Sc. h.c.(Durham), D.Sc. h.c. (Sussex), D.Sc. h.c. (Lancaster), D.Sc. h.c. (Queen Mary, London), Commander of the Order of the Golden Ark (Netherlands), Hon. Fellow of the Zoological Society of London, Kt. Research Fellow. Assistant Director of Research in Polar Research. Lecturer in Zoology, Manchester University, Lecturer in Zoology, Durham University. Deputy Director (Research), The Nature Conservancy, Chief Biologist of the British Antarctic Survey, Hon. Professor and Fellow of University College, Cardiff. Chief Scientist, Deputy Secretary (Environmental Protection) and Director-General of Research at the Department of the Environment. Chief Scientist for the Ministry of Transport. Director-General of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (World Conservation Union). Director of the World Resources Unit, Washington, D.C., President of the Governing Council of the United Nations Environment Programme. Chairman, Review of the Scientific Civil Service, the British Schools Exploring Society, the Young Explorers Trust, the Energy Advisory Panel, the International Institute for Environment and Development, Cumbria Renewables Panel, the Government’s Renewable Energy Panel. Member of the Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution. President of the Zoological Society of London 1994-2004. Autobiography: “Penguins and Mandarins”. Honorary Fellow, Royal Holloway College, London.

1954-1957
Robert Neville Haszeldine, M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D., D.Sc.(Birmingham), C.Chem., F.R.S.C., F.R.S. Assistant Director of Studies in Natural Sciences. Assistant in Research, University Demonstrator and Assistant Director of Research in Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. Professor of Chemistry and Principal of the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology. Gardener.  Hon. Fellow 1976-

1954-1957
Edward Dennis Goy, M.A., Ph.D., T.D. Research Fellow. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in Slavonic Studies. Member of the Academies of Sciences and Arts of Serbia and of Croatia. d.2000.

1955-1999
John Holloway, M.A., Litt.D., D.Phil.(Oxon.), D.Litt.(Aberdeen), F.R.S.L. Lecturer, Assistant Director and Director of Studies in English, Tutor. Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. Lecturer in English, Aberdeen University. Byron Professor of Poetry, National University of Athens. University Lecturer in English, Reader in and Professor of Modern English. Seatonian Prizewinner for Poetry. Life Fellow from 1982. d.1999.

1955-1968
Peter Mathias, M.A., Litt.D., D.Litt.(Oxon.), D.Litt.h.c.(Buckingham) D.Litt. h.c.(Birmingham), D.Litt. h.c.(Hull), D.Litt. h.c. (Warwick), D.Litt. h.c. (De Montfort), D.Litt. h.c.(East Anglia),D.Econ. h.c. (Keio Univ.),Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Keys with Neck Ribbon (Japan),  C.B.E., F.B.A., F.R.H.S. Research Fellow of Jesus College. Assistant Tutor, Tutor, Tutor for Graduate Students, Director of Studies in History. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in History. Proctor. Chichele Professor of Economic History, Oxford University, Curator of the Bodleian Library, Fellow of All Souls. Master of Downing College, Cambridge, 1987-95. Syndic of the Fitzwilliam Museum. Honorary President of the International Economic History Association, Vice-President of the Economic History Society (U.K.). Hon. Fellow 1987-

1956-1974 &
1989-
John Evan Baldwin, M.A., Ph.D., F.R.S. Research Fellow, Assistant Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Physics), Bye-Fellow, Garden Steward. University Demonstrator and Assistant Director of Research in Physics; Reader in and Professor of Radioastronomy. Institute of Physics Guthrie Medal and Prizewinner. Life Fellow from 1999.

1956-1984
Maxwell Marsden Bull, M.A., M.B., B.Ch., M.D. Assistant Tutor, Tutor, Senior Tutor. Director of Studies in Medicine. University Demonstrator and Lecturer in Anatomy. Life Fellow from 1981. d.1984.

1957-1963
Sir Theodore Maurice Sugden, M.A., Ph.D, Sc.D., F.R.S., Kt. Tutor for Research Students, Assistant Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Chemistry). University Lecturer in Physical Chemistry, Reader in Physical Chemistry. Research Director and Chief Executive of Shell Research Ltd. President of the Chemical Society. Physical Secretary of the Royal Society. Master of Trinity Hall, Cambridge,  1976-83. Chairman of the Syndics of the University Press. Hon. Fellow 1976-84. d.1984.

1958-1988
Henry Cohen, M.A., Ph.D.(Dunelm). Tutor for Research Students, Assistant Director and Director of Studies in Mechanical Sciences, Junior Bursar, Garden Steward. University Lecturer in Engineering. Life Fellow from 1984. d.1988.

1959-1962
John Antony Bossy, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Lecturer in History at Goldsmith's College, London. Professor of History, University of York.

1959-1962
Charles Hugh Fraser Rowell, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Lecturer in Zoology at Makerere University College, Uganda. Professor of Zoology at the University of California, Berkeley. Professor at the Zoological Institute, Basel University. Emeritus Professor from 1998.

1960-1963
Donald Edwin Radley, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. University Demonstrator in Engineering. Lecturer in Engineering, Sheffield University.

1960-1966
Francis Richard David Goodyear, M.A., Ph.D. Librarian, Director of Studies in Classics. Mildred Carlisle Professor of Latin at Bedford College, London. d.1987.

1960- 2009
Sir DEREK WILLIAM BOWETT, M.A., LL.B., LL.D., Ph.D.(Manchester), C.B.E., Q.C., F.B.A., Kt. Tutor, Tutor for Graduate Students, Assistant Director and Director of Studies in Law. PRESIDENT 1970-82. Lecturer in Law, University of Manchester. Legal Officer, United Nations. University Lecturer in Law, Reader in and Whewell Professor of International Law. General Counsel to UNRWA for Palestinian refugees. Member of the International Law Commission of the General Assembly of the U.N. Life Fellow from 1991. Hon. Fellow 1992-2009. Hon. Fellow of Downing College. Hon. Bencher, Middle Temple. d.2009

1960-
Anthony Colin Spearing, M.A. Research Fellow of Gonville and Caius College. Librarian, Lecturer, Assistant Director and Director of Studies in English. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in English, Reader in Medieval English. Professor of English at the Center for Advanced Studies in the University of Virginia. William R. Keenan Professor of English, University of Virginia. Life Fellow from 1987.

1961-2005
Sir James William Longman Beament, M.A., Ph.D(London), Sc.D., F.R.S., F.R.S.A., Kt. Tutor for Research and for Graduate Students, Lecturer in Natural Sciences, Vice-President, Safety Officer. Research Officer, A.R.C. University Lecturer in Zoology, Administrative Officer of the Department of Zoology, Reader in Insect Physiology, Draper's Professor of Agriculture and Head of the Department of Applied Biology. Chairman of the Natural Environmental Research Council. Member of the Composers Guild of Great Britain. Life Fellow from 1989. d.2005.

1961-1965
James Alan Calvert Brown, M.A., F.R.S.A. Assistant Director and Director of Studies in Economics. University Senior Research Officer in Applied Economics. Professor of Econometrics, Bristol University. Professor of Applied Economics, Oxford University. d.1984.

1962- 2006
James Martin Prentis, M.A., M.Sc.Eng.(London), Ph.D.(London). Assistant Engineer, Messrs Holloway Brothers (London) Ltd. Research Assistant, Imperial College, London. Lecturer in Engineering, University of Aberdeen. Tutor, Tutor for Graduate Students, Financial and Rooms Tutor, Senior Bursar, Vice-President, Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies in Mechanical Sciences. University Lecturer in Engineering. Life Fellow from 1988. d.2006.

1962-1965
Alan Henry Roper, M.A., M.A.(Dalhousie, Nova Scotia), Ph.D.(Johns Hopkins). Research Fellow. Professor of English, University of California at Los Angeles. Emeritus Professor.

1962-1965
Christopher James Nicholas Alty, M.A. Research Fellow. Lecturer in Engineering, Warwick University. d.1979.

1962-1965
David George Ian Kingston, M.A., Ph.D., Dip.T.H. Research Fellow, Assistant Director of Studies in Natural Sciences. Assistant Professor of Chemistry, State University of New York at Albany. Associate Professor, Professor, University Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg.

1962-1994
Norman Francis Hughes, M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D., T.D. Lecturer in Geology at Bedford College, London. Steward, Keeper of the Records, Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Earth Sciences). University Lecturer in Geology. Colonel in the Territorial Army (Royal Engineers). Life Fellow from 1985. d.1994.

1963-1964
John Morton Blum, M.A., M.A., Ph.D.(Harvard). Sterling Professor of History, Yale University. Pitt Professor of American History and Institutions.

1963-1988
Kenneth Ewart Machin, M.A., Ph.D. Tutor, Senior Tutor, Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Physics). Assistant Director of Research and University Lecturer in Zoology. d.1988.

1963-1973
Brian Sebastian Pullan, M.A., Ph.D., F.B.A. Research Fellow, Trinity Hall. Praelector, Tutor, Assistant Director and Director of Studies in History. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in History. Professor of History and Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Manchester University. Corresponding Fellow, Ateneo Veneto.

1963-1974
Lionel Charles Knights, M.A., Ph.D., Hon.D.es L.(Bordeaux), Doctor of the Univ.h.c(York), D.Litt.h.c.(Manchester), D.Litt.h.c.(Sheffield), D.Litt.h.c.(Warwick), D.Litt. h.c.(Bristol). Fellow of Christ's College; Lecturer in English Literature, Manchester University; Professor of English Literature, Sheffield University; Winterstoke Professor of English, Bristol University. King Edward VII Professor of English Literature. Hon. Fellow of Selwyn College. Hon. Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. d.1997, aged 90.

1964-1968
Ludwig Edward Fraenkel, M.A., M.A.Sc.(Toronto), F.R.S. Lecturer in Mathematics. University Lecturer in Mathematics. Professor of Mathematics, Bath University.

1964-1969
Basil Fullelove Mogridge, M.A., Ph.D. Assistant Director of Studies in Modern Languages. University Assistant Lecturer in German.  Professor of German at Carleton University, Ottawa. d.2003.

1964-1971
Richard Timothy Francis King, M.A., M.S.(California), Ph.D.(California). Assistant Director and Director of Studies in Economics. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in Economics. Senior Economist at the World Bank.

1964-1972 &
1979-
Allan Nuttall Hayhurst, M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D. Research Fellow. Tutor, Assistant Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Chemistry). Lecturer in Chemistry, Sheffield University. Financial and Rooms Tutor, Assistant Bursar, Director of Studies in Natural Sciences and in Chemical Engineering. University Lecturer and Reader in Chemical Engineering. Professor of Combustion Science. Life Fellow since 2004.

1964-1968
The Revd Christopher Michael Lawson, M.A.(Oxon.), B.Litt.(Oxon.). Bye-Fellow and Chaplain. d.1981.

1965-1974
Cyril Sofer, B.A.(Cape Town), M.A., Ph.D.(London). Director of Studies in Social Sciences. University Reader in Industrial Management. d.1974.

1965-
Ajit Singh, B.A.(Punjab), M.A.(Howard, Washington), Ph.D.(Berkeley, California). Lecturer, Assistant Director and Director of Studies in Economics and Politics. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in Economics and Politics, Reader in Economics, Professor of Economics.  Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Financial Analysis and Policy, Judge Business School. Academician of the Academy of Social Sciences U.K. Life Fellow from 2007.

1965-1968
Robert Anthony Beddard, B.A. (London), M.A., D.Phil.(Oxon.), F.R.H.S. Research Fellow. Cowen Fellow and Tutor in Modern History, Oriel College, Oxford, and Lecturer in History, University of Oxford.

1965-1966
Peter Meredith Hazzledine, M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D. Research Fellow. Lecturer in the Department of Metallurgy, University of Oxford. Fellow and Senior Tutor, Trinity College, Oxford. Principal Scientist, UES Inc., Materials Laboratory, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and Adjunct Professor, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. d.2005.

1965-1966
Terence Michael Sporton, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Lecturer in Electrical Engineering, Department of Natural Philosophy, Aberdeen University.

1965-
Brian Albert Callingham, M.A., B.Pharm.(London), Ph.D.(London), F.R.Pharm.S., F.I.Biol., C.Biol., F.Br.Pharmacol. S. h.c. Tutor, Admissions Tutor (Sciences), Librarian, Assistant Director and Director of Studies in Medical and Veterinary Sciences, Safety Officer. University Demonstrator, Lecturer and Senior Lecturer in Pharmacology. Yeoman and Liveryman of the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries. Vice-President of the Institute of Biology; Honorary Treasurer of the British Pharmacological Society and the Biological Council. Life Fellow from 2001.

1966-1968
Malcolm Philip Dominic Baker-Smith, M.A., Ph.D., O.B.E. Research Fellow. Professor of English Literature, University of Amsterdam.

1966-1969
Roger Stuart Huss, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Lecturer in French, Queen Mary and Westfield College, London.

1966-
James Diggle, M.A., Ph.D., Litt.D., F.B.A. Research Fellow, Praelector, Librarian, Director of Studies in Classics. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in Classics, Reader in Latin and Greek, Professor of Greek and Latin, Public Orator. Hon. Sec., Cambridge Philological Society.

1966-1967
Charles Lund Black, B.A. (Texas), M.A.(Yale), LL.B.(Yale). Bye-Fellow. Luce Professor of Jurisprudenc, then Sterling Professor of Law at Yale University. Poet. d. 2001.

1966-1968
David John Silk, M.A., Ph.D., C.Eng., F.I.E.E. Research Fellow. Deputy Director of Signals, Ministry of Defence. Director of Studies, Henley Management College. Management Consultant and Tutor.

1967-1997
Peter Jaffrey Wheatley, M.A., D.Phil.(Oxon.). Served in the Royal Artillery; Prisoner-of-War in Japan. Research Fellow of Merton College, Oxford. Lecturer in Chemistry, Leeds University. Chemist at Monsanto, Zurich. Junior Bursar, Senior Bursar, Assistant Director (Chemistry) and Director of Studies in Natural Sciences. University Lecturer in Physical Chemistry. Life Fellow from 1988. d. 1997.

1967-
John Tiley, M.A., Q.C. h.c., B.C.L.(Oxon.), M.A., LL.D, Hon. F.C.I.T., C.B.E., F.B.A. Lecturer in Law, Lincoln College, Oxford, then at Birmingham University. Praelector, Tutor, Admissions Tutor (Arts), Assistant Director and Director of Studies in Law, Vice-President. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in Law, Reader in and Professor of the Law of Taxation. Director of the Centre for Tax Law. Assistant Recorder on the South-Eastern Circuit, Recorder of the Crown Court. Council Member of the Institute for Fiscal Studies.  Life Fellow from 2008.

1967-1975
Michael John Morgan, M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D., F.R.S. Research Fellow, Tutor, Lecturer in Natural Sciences. Assistant in Research and University Lecturer in Experimental Psychology. Assistant Professor at McGill University; Professor of Psychology, University of Durham; Professor of Psychology, University College, London;  Professorial Darwin Fellow in Pharmacology (Centre for Neuroscience), Edinburgh University; Professor of Visual Psychophysics, Univerfsity College London, Professor of Psychophysics, The City University.

1967-1969
His Honour Judge David Stephen Pearl, M.A., LL.B., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Fellow of Fitzwilliam College. Professor of Law and Dean of the School of Law, University of East Anglia. Honorary Professor. President of the Immigration Appeals Tribunal, Member and Commissioner of the Judicial Appointments Commission. Circuit Judge. Deputy High Court Judge, Administrative Court. President and Principal Judge, Care Standards, Health education and Social Care Tribunal. Lead Judge for Independent Safeguarding Authority Appeals. Director of Studies at the Judicial Studies Board.

1967-1969
Jonathan Paul Kingsland Tillett, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow (Applied Mathematics). Worked in the City of London, latterly as Staff Director, British Bankers Association, responsible for regulatory and financial affairs. Director of Studies in Mathematics, Newnham College.

1967-
John Edward Carroll, M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D., F.Eng., F.I.E.E. Assistant Director and Director of Studies in Engineering, Director of Studies in Electrical Sciences. University Lecturer in Engineering, Reader in Solid State Electronics, Professor of Engineering, Chairman of the Council of the School of Technology. Life Fellow from 2001.

1967-1975
Bruce Middleton, M.A., Ph.D. Bye-Fellow, Assistant Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Biochemistry). University Demonstrator and Assistant in Research in Biochemistry. Lecturer in Biochemistry, Nottingham University.

1968-1977
Percy Wragg Brian, M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D., D.Sc. h.c. (Hull), C.B.E., F.R.S. Mycologist and Head of the Department of Microbilogy, Associate Research Manager in the Pharmaceuticals Division, Imperial Chemical Industries. Regius Professor of Botany, Glasgow University. Professor of Botany. Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Association of Scientific Workers. President of the Mycological Society.  Member of the Agricultural Research Council. d.1979.

1968-
Peter Gonville Stein, M.A., LL.B., Ph.D.(Aberdeen), Hon.Dr.iuris (Gottingen), Hon.Dr. iuris (Ferrara), Hon. Dr Iuris (Perugia), LL.D. h.c. (Aberdeen), Doct. De l’Univ. h.c. (Pantheon-Assas, Paris II), Q.C.(h.c.), J.P., F.B.A. Sub-Lieutenant (R.N.V.R). Assistant Lecturer in Law, Nottingham University; Lecturer in Law, Professor of Jurisprudence, and Dean of Law, Aberdeen University. Vice-President. Regius Professor of Civil Law. Member of the Fulbright Commission. Foreign Fellow of the Italian Academia Nazionale dei Lincei and of the Academia di Scienze e morale e edifiche, Naples. Member of the U.G.C. and of the Council of the British Academy. Life Fellow from 1993.

1968-
The Revd Brian Leslie Hebblethwaite, M.A.(Oxon.), M.A., B.D., D.D. Chaplain, Tutor, Dean of Chapel, Director of Studies in Theology and Religious Studies and in Philosophy. Canon Theologian of Leicester Cathedral. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in Divinity. Life Fellow from1994. Proctor.

1968-1970 &
1973-
William Andrew Phillips, M.A., Ph.D. Researech Fellow. Tutor, Admissions Tutor, Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Physics). University Demonstrator and Lecturer in Physics. Life Fellow from 1991. Scientist with G.E.C.

1968-1971
Paul Anthony Ginsborg, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Fellow of Churchill College. University Reader in European Politics. Professor of Contemporary European History, University of Florence.

1968-1972
Desmond Christopher St Martin Platt, M.A., D.Phil.(Oxon.). Assistant Director of Studies in History. University Lecturer in Latin American History and Director of the Centre for Latin American Studies. Professor of the History of Latin America and Fellow of St Anthony's College, Oxford University. d.1989.

1969- 2006
Iain Richard Wright, M.A. Research Fellow. Tutor, Librarian, Archivist, Keeper of the Records, Keeper of the Old Library, Assistant Director and Director of Studies in English. University Assistant Lecturer in English. Professor and Head of the Department of English, Head of the School of Humanities, Deputy Dean of Arts at the Australian National University, Canberra. Life Fellow from 1991. d.2006.

1969-1970 &
1997-
JOHN LEONARD EATWELL, Lord Eatwell of Stratton St Margaret, M.A., M.A., Ph.D.(Harvard). Research Fellow. Fellow of Trinity, 1970-96. University Lecturer in Economics and Politics, Professor of Financial Policy and Director of the Cambridge Endowment for Research and Finance. Economics Adviser to the Labour Party. Chairman, Extemporary Dance Theatre; Director of the Arts Theatre Trust; Chairman of Crusaid. Labour Party Spokesman for Treasury and Economic Affairs in the House of Lords. Research Associate of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and Chairman, Center for Economic Policy Analysis, New York. Chairman of the Royal Ballet, Member of the Board of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. Advisor to M.A.F.F. Member of the Board of the Securities and Futures Authority. Founder and Trustee of the Institute for Public Policy Research. PRESIDENT 1997-. Chairman of the Board of the British Library. Chairman of Commercial Radio Companies Assoc. Chief Economic Adviser to the Chartered Management Institute. Labour Party Spokesman on Treasury Affairs in the House of Lords. Visiting Parliamentary Fellow, St Antony’s College, Oxford.

1969-
John Timothy Green, M.A., Ph.D. Bye-Fellow, Dean of College, Tutor, Admissions Tutor, Senior Tutor, Lecturer, Assistant Director and Director of Studies in Mathematics. Chief Executive of the Royal Society of Medicine. Executive of English Heritage. Secretary of the Imperial College Medical Schools, Chief Co-ordinating Officer, Imperial College, London. Deputy Chairman, North West London Hospitals NHS Trust. Life Fellow from 1993.

1970-1993
David Barry Sattelle, M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D. Research Fellow, Bye-Fellow, Tutorial Bursar, Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Biology). Senior Principal Scientific Officer of the Medical Research Council. Fellow Commoner 1993-99. Professor of Neural Signalling, University of Oxford.

1970-1971
Marcel Roche, B.Sc. (St Joseph’s, Philadelphia), M.D. (Johns Hopkins), M.A., F.A.A.S., M.P.A.S., Order of the Liberator (Gran Cordo). Assistant Professor, Central University of Venezuela, Director of the Institute of Medical Research, Caracas, and of the Venezuelan Institute of Scientific Research.  Simon Bolivar Professor of Latin American Studies. Advisor to UNESCO, WHO. President of the Council of the University of the United Nations, Tokyo; Secretary of the Academy of Sciences of the Third World. d.2003.

1970-1975
Paul Frederick King, M.A., M.Sc.(Econ.)(London), Ph.D.(London). Research Fellow, Fellows' Steward, Assistant Director of Studies in Engineering (Management). University Demonstrator in Engineering.

1970-1975
His Honour Judge John Alexander Ogilvie Shand, M.A., LL.B., D.L. Tutor, Assistant Director of Studies in Law. University Assistant Lecturer in Law. Barrister, Chancellor of the Dioceses of Southwell and of Lichfield. Recorder, Chairman of Industrial Tribunals. Circuit Judge. Deputy Lieutenant of Staffordshire.

1970-1971
Alan Albert Watson, M.A., M.B., B.S.(London), F.R.C.Path., F.R.C.P.(Glasgow), D.M.J., D.T.M.&H.(Antwerp), B.D. (Glasgow), J.P. Assistant Director of Studies in Medicine. Fellow of the Royal Belgian Academy of Medicine. Missionary Doctor in the Belgian Congo, Director of Ntondo Hospital. University Assistant Pathologist. Lecturer in Pathology, Senior Lecturer in Forensic Pathology, Regius Professor of Forensic Medicine, Glasgow University. District Court Judge.  d.2001.

1971-1972 &
1979-
Christopher John Pountain, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow, Tutor, Assistant Director and Director of Studies in Modern Languages, Librarian and Keeper of the Old Library. Lecturer in Spanish, Nottingham University. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in Romance Philology. Professor of Spanish Linguistics, Queen Mary College, London. Life Fellow from 2004.

1971-1975
Brian van Arkadie, M.A., B.Sc.(L.S.E.), Ph.D.(California, Berkeley), M.B.A.(Dartmouth). Assistant Director of Studies in Economics and Politics. University Assistant Director of Development Studies and Director of the Centre for Latin American Studies. Professor of Economic Development, Deputy Rector and Dean of Studies, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague. Acting Director of Research, OECD Development Centre, Paris. Professor of Economics, University of Dar es Salaam. Senior Policy Adviser, African Capacity Building Foundation, Harare. Chief Policy Adviser, Carl Bro International (Copenhagen). Chairman CDP Consultants (Utrecht). Senior Adviser, Economic and Research Foundation, Dar es Salaam.

1972-
Thomas Henry Coaker, B.Sc.(London), M.A., Ph.D. Steward, Garden Steward, Lecturer in Natural Sciences (Biology). Proctor. University Lecturer in Applied Biology. Life Fellow from 1998.

1972-1978
Jonathan Simon Christopher Riley-Smith, K.St J., M.A., Ph.D., Litt.D., F.R.Hist.S. Librarian, Praelector, Director of Studies in History. Lecturer in Medieval History, St Andrew's University. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in History. Professor of Medieval History, Royal Holloway College, London. Dixie Professor of Ecclesiastical History. Fellow of Emmanuel, 1994-2005. President of the Cambridge University Catholic Association. Knight of Grace and Devotion, Sovereign Military Order of Malta; Knight of Justice, Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem.

1972-1981
Christopher John Baker, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow, Tutor, Lecturer, Assistant Director and Director of Studies in History. Technical Director of a research firm, Managing Director of an advertising agency, Marketing Director for Johnnie Walker in Thailand. Writer on the History of Thailand.

1973-1976
Gerald Roland Muff, M.A. Bye-Fellow. Domestic Bursar. d.1981.

1973-1989
Brian William Napier, M.A., LL.B.(Edinburgh), Ph.D., Q.C.(Scotland). Research Fellow, Tutor, Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies in Law. University Advocate. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in Law. Digital Professor of Information Technology, Queen Mary College, London. Head, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, University of London. Barrister, ACAS Arbitrator.

1973-1979
Richard James Overy, M.A., Ph.D., F.R.Hist.S., F.B.A. Fellow of Churchill. Praelector, Lecturer in History. College Lecturer in History at Girton. University Assistant Lecturer in History. Lecturer in History, London University. Professor of Modern History, King's College, London. Professor in History, University of Exeter. Prolific author, especially on the History of World War Two and the Third Reich.

1974-1976
Hugh Alistair Davies, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Lecturer in English, Sussex University.

1975-1981
Kevin John Gray, M.A., Ph.D., F.B.A. Tutor, Admissions Tutor (Arts), Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies in Law. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in Law. Fellow and Dean of College, Trinity College, 1981-. Drapers Professor of Law, Queen Mary College, London. Professor of Law.

1975-
Robin Douglas Howard Walker, M.A., Ph.D. Junior Bursar, Garden Steward, Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Mathematics), Director of Studies in Computer Science. University Demonstrator in the Computer Laboratory.

1975-1988
Roderick Arthur Smith, M.A. (Oxon.), M.A., ., Ph.D., D.Eng., Sc.D., C.Eng., F.R.Eng., F.I.Mech.E., F.I.M. Research Fellow. Lecturer and Director of Studies in Engineering, Director of Studies in Electrical and Information Sciences. University Demonstrator and Lecturer in Engineering. Professor of Mechanical and Process Engineering, Sheffield University. Professor of Engineering and Head of Mechanical Engineering, Imperial College London. Royal Academy of Engineering Research Professor of Railway Engineering, Imperial College. Chair of Future Railway Research Centre. Trustee, National Museum of Science and Industry. Vice-President of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

1975-1976
Miles Douglas Houslay, M.A., Ph.D., F.R.S.E., F.R.S.A., F.I.Biol., F.Med.Sci. Research Fellow. I.C.I. Fellow in the Department of Biochemistry. Reader in Biochemistry, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology. Gardiner Professor of Biochemistry, Glasgow University.

1975-
Andrew Duncan Cosh, B.A., Ph.D. Bye-Fellow, Rooms Fellow, Tutor for Research Students, Senior Bursar, Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies in Economics, Director of Studies in Management Studies and in Manufacturing Engineering. Research Officer in the Department of Applied Economics, University Lecturer in Engineering (Management Studies), Reader in Management Economics, Accounting and Finance. Assistant Director of the ESRC Centre for Business Research.

1975-1985
John Clive Ellory, B.Sc.(Bristol), Ph.D.(Bristol), M.A., Sc.D., D.Sc. (Oxon), F.Med.Sci. Lecturer in Physiology. University Lecturer in Physiology. Reader in Human Physiology, Professor of Cellular Physiology and Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Oxford University.

1976-1979
Stephen Geoffrey Wildman, M.A. Research Fellow, Director of Studies in History of Art. Deputy Keeper of Fine Art, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and Honorary Research Fellow, Birmingham University. Director and Curator of the Ruskin Library, Lancaster University. Professor of the History of Art at the University of Lancaster and Director of the Ruskin Library and Research Centre.

1976-1978
James Charles McKeown, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Fellow and Tutor of Sidney Sussex. University Lecturer in Classics. Professor of Classics, Wisconsin-Madison.

1976-1977
Xavier Blanc-Jouvan, M.A., Agr.des Facultes de Droit, Lic-es-Lettres (Paris). Visiting Goodhart Professor of Legal Science. Professor of Civil Law, University of Paris I Pantheon-Sorbonne. Director of the Centre d’Etudes Juridiques Comparatives. Visiting Professor Chicago Law School, UCLA, Columbia Law School, Cornell Law School, Tulane Law School, Louisiana State University. President of the International Association of Legal Science. Emeritus Professor.

1976-1981
Peter Raynor Macdonald Steele, M.A., Ph.D., M.B., B.Chir. Tutorial Bursar, Lecturer in Pathology. University Demonstrator and Lecturer in Pathology. Consultant Pathologist in Chester.

1977-
The Revd Brendan Ignatius Bradshaw, M.A., Ph.D. Fellow of St John's College. Marist Priest. Tutor, Lecturer, Assistant Director and Director of Studies in History. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in History.  Superior, Mount St Mary’s Marist Fathers, Dublin. Life Fellow from 2002.

1977-
Richard Robert Weber, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Tutor, Tutor for Research Students, Assistant Director and Director of Studies in Mathematics, Director of Studies in Management Studies, in Production Engineering and in Manufacturing Engineering, Vice-President. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in Engineering (Management Studies), Reader in Management Science, Churchill Professor of Mathematics for Operational Research. Director of the Statistical Laboratory.

1977-1980
Raphael Salkie, M.A., Ph.D., F.R.S.A. Bye-Fellow. Assistant Director of Studies in Modern Languages. Principal Lecturer in Language Studies Brighton Polytechnic/University. Professor of English Language Studies, University of Brighton.

1977-1979
The Revd Christopher Mark Tuckett, M.A. Bye-Fellow and Chaplain. Lecturer in New Testament Studies, Rylands Professor of Biblical Criticism, Manchester University. Lecturer in New Testament Studies and Fellow of Wolfson College Oxford. Professor of New Testament Studies and Fellow and Tutor in Theology of Pembroke College, Oxford.

1979-
Peter Spufford, M.A., Ph.D., Litt.D., F.S.A., F.B.A. Research Fellow of Jesus College. Assistant Lecturer and Reader in History, Keele University. Keeper of the Pictures, Lecturer, Assistant Director and Director of Studies in History. University Lecturer in History, Reader in Economic History, Professor of European History. Vice-President of the Society of Genealogists. Life Fellow from 1999.

1979-1987
Vani Kant Borooah, M.A., M.A.(Bombay), D.Phil.(Southampton), M.R.I.A.. Bye-Fellow, Lecturer in Economics. Research Officer in the Department of Applied Economics. Professor of Applied Economics, University of Ulster.

1979-
James Anthony Jackson, M.A., Ph.D., F.R.S. Research Fellow, Bye-Fellow, Assistant Dean of College, Lecturer in Natural Sciences (Earth Sciences). University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in Geology, Reader in Active Tectonics, Professor of Active Tectonics. Head of the Department of Earth Sciences

1979-1983
Peter Thomas Elian Merchant, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Principal Lecturer in English, Christchurch College, Canterbury/Canterbury Christchurch University.

1979-1982
The Revd John Sharp, M.A., M.Th.(London). Bye-Fellow and Chaplain. Converted to Roman Catholicism and re-ordained priest.

1980-1986
Naomi Dinah Segal (Mrs Hamilton), M.A., Ph.D.(London). Research Fellow, St Anne’s College, Oxford; Lecturer in French, Brasenose College, Oxford. First Female Fellow. Tutor, Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies in Modern Languages. Fellow of St John's College 1986-93. Professor of French, Reading University; Director of Research, School of Modern Languages, University of Reading. Director of the Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London.

1980-1983
Colin Fraser Ross, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Fellow of Girton. Managing Director of Ultra Electronics Noise and Vibrations Systems, Cambridge, and of Ultra Electronic Holdings Plc.

1980-1985
George Carl Cormack, M.A., Ch.B.(Edin.), F.R.C.S.(Ed). Tutor, Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies in Medical Sciences. University Demonstrator and Lecturer in Anatomy. Consultant Plastic Surgeon at Addenbrooke’s and Hinchinbrooke Hospitals. Fellow Commoner from 1993.

1980-1997
Philip Anthony Towle, M.A., Ph.D.(London). Worked at Reuters and at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Senior Research Fellow, Australian National University. Tutor for Graduate Students, Lecturer in History. Deputy Director and Director of the Centre for International Studies, Reader in International Relations. Fellow Commoner from 1997.

1981-
Richard Griffith Fentiman, M.A., M.A.(Oxon.), B.C.L.(Oxon.). Tutor, Lecturer and Director of Studies in Law. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in Law, Reader in Private International Law.

1981-1983
Andrew William Goudie, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Fellow of Robinson College. Junior Research Officer in Applied Economics. Director of Cambridge Econometrics Ltd. Economist at theWorld Bank. Principal Economist, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Paris. Chief Economic Officer, ODA/Department for International Development. Chief Economic Advisor and Director-General, Economy, for the Scottish Government.

1981-1984
Roger John Snow, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Researcher, Senior Principal Scientist, Department of Medical Chemistry, for Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Inc, Ridgefield, Connecticut.

1982-
ERNEST RONALD OXBURGH, Lord Oxburgh, of Liverpool. M.A.(Oxon.), Ph.D.(Princeton), D.Sc.h.c.(Paris), D.Sc. h.c.(Leicester), D.Sc.h.c.(Loughborough), D.Sc.h.c.(Edinburgh), D.Sc.h.c.(Birmingham), D.Sc. h.c.(Liverpool), D.Sc. h.c. (Southampton), D.Sc. h.c. (Leeds), Hon.F.I.Mech.E., Hon.F.R.Eng., K.B.E., F.G.S., F.R.S. Demonstrator and Lecturer in Geology, Oxford University and Fellow of St Edmund's Hall. Visiting Professor at Stamford and California Institute of Technology. Professor of Mineralogy and Petrology and Head of the Department of Earth Sciences. Fellow of Trinity Hall. PRESIDENT 1982-88. Member of S.E.R.C. President of the European Union of Geosciences, Fellow of the Geological Society of America. Chief Scientific Adviser to the Ministry of Defence. Rector of Imperial College, London, 1993-2000. Chairman of Shell. Honorary President of the Carbon Capture and Storage association. Chairman of Falck Renewables. Chairman of D1 oils Plc. President of the Geological Society of London.Life Fellow from 1991. Honorary Professor of Geological Processes. Hon. Fellow from 1992, Hon. Fellow of St Edmund's Hall and of University College, Oxford and of Trinity Hall and of Liverpool John Moores University.

1982-1989
Charles Russell Matthews, B.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow of Christ's. Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies in Mathematics. University Demonstrator in Pure Mathematics. Expert on the Board game ‘Go’. Arbitrator on the English Wikipedia and author.

1982-1985
Roger John Davis, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., F.R.S. Research Fellow. Assistant Professor in the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. Professor in Molecular Medicine, University of Massachusetts and at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.

1983-1986
Steven Nicholas Botterill, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Assistant Professor in Italian and Professor of the Program in Medieval Studies, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies, Associate Professor of Italian Studies, University of California at Berkeley.

1983-1986
Jane Margaret Bewick (later Mrs Gordon), M.A.(Aberdeen). Research Fellow.

1983-
The Revd Jonathan Michael Holmes, M.A., Vet.M.B., Ph.D., M.R.C.V.S. Bye-Fellow, Lay Chaplain, Chaplain, Dean of Chapel, Keeper of the Records, College Lecturer in Veterinary Anatomy and Assistant Director of Studies in Veterinary Sciences. University Demonstrator and Lecturer and Affiliated Lecturer in Veterinary Anatomy.

1984-1987
Paula Jane Durlach, B.A.(Swarthmore), M.Sc.(Yale), M.Phil.(Yale), Ph.D.(Yale). Research Fellow. Associate Professor in Psychology, MacMaster University, Ontario. Researcher, U.S.Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, Fort Knox. Researcher at Unilever Research Colworth Laboratory and Honorary Lecturer in Psychology, University of Bangor.

1984-
Peter Howard Haynes, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow, Bye-Fellow, Tutor, Assistant Director and Director of Studies in Mathematics. Royal Geographical Society Research Fellow in the Department of Applied Mathematics. University Lecturer in Applied Mathematics. Professor of Applied Mathematics, Head of Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics.

1984-1985
Peter Alexander Swaab, M.A. Research Fellow. Fellow and Lecturer in English of Corpus Christi College. Departmental Tutor and Senior Lecturer in English, Reader in English, University College, London.

1984- 2002
Malcolm David Macleod, M.A., Ph.D., F.I.E.E. Bye-Fellow, Director of Studies in Electical Sciences. Electrical Engineer and Consultant with Cambridge Consultants, U.K. University Lecturer in Engineering, Director of Research, Department of Engineering. Senior Research Scientist at QinetiQ Ltd, Visiting Professor in the Electronic and Electrical Engineering Department, University of Strathclyde.

1984- 2004
Keith Johnstone, B.Sc.(Leeds), Ph.D. Lecturer in Microbiology, Leeds University. Tutor, Admissions Tutor, Lecturer in Biochemistry. University Demonstrator and Lecturer and Senior Lecturer in Botany/Plant Sciences. Fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge. Academic Leader of the Transkills Project.

1984-
David Cebon, B.E.(Melbourne), Ph.D., F.R.Eng., F.I.Mech.E. Lecturer and Director of Studies and Assistant Director of Studies in Engineering and in Manufacturing Engineering. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in Engineering, Reader in Mechanical Engineering, Professor of Mechanical Engineering. Director of the Cambridge Vehicle Dynamics Consortium, Managing Director of Granta Design Limited.

1985-1988 &
1989-1991
Marissa Virginia McEvoy (Mrs Quie), M.A.(McGill), Ph.D. Research Fellow, Bye-Fellow, Director of Studies in Social and Political Sciences. Samuel Reichman Fellow in Canadian Studies, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences.

1985-1988
Stephen Peter Wade, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Lecturer in Anthropology, Liverpool University. Lecturer in and Professor of Social Anthropology, University of Manchester.

1985-
Hugh John Field, M.A., B.Sc.(London), Ph.D.(Bristol), Sc.D., F.R.C.Path. Tutor, Lecturer, Assistant Director of Studies and Director of Studies in Medical and Veterinary Sciences. Research Assistant, Senior Research Associate, Department of Pathology, Assistant Director of Research in the Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, Reader in Comparative Virology. President of the International Society for Anti-Viral Research.

1986-1989
Stephen Barry Murphy, B.A.(Oxon.), Ph.D.(Kent). Lecturer and Assistant Director of Research in Modern Languages. Lecturer in French, Exeter University. Professor of French Literature, University of Rennes II-Haute Bretagne.

1986- 2004
Nigel James Leask, M.A.(Oxon.), Ph.D., F.E.A., F.R.S.E. Research Fellow, Bye-Fellow. Assistant Director and Director of Studies in English. Lettore in the Department of Linguistics, University of Bologna. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in English, Reader in Romantic Literature. Regius Professor of English Language and Literature, University of Glasgow.

1986-1989
Adrian Stephen Lewis, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Research Fellow of Dalhousie University. Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Waterloo University, Ontario, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia. Professor in the School of Operations Research and Industrial Engineering and Director of Graduate Studies, Cornell University.

1986-2001
Wendy Margaret Bennett (Ayres-Bennett), M.A., D.Phil.(Oxon.)., Officier dans l’Ordre des Palmes Académiques.  Tutor, Lecturer in Modern Languages. Research Fellow, St Hilda's College, Oxford. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in French, Reader in French Philology and Linguistics, Professor of French Philology and Linguistics. Fellow of New Hall/Murray Edwards College, Cambridge. President of the Society for French Studies.

1987-1995
Kevin Charles Lee, B.A.(Sheffield), M.Sc.(Bristol), Ph.D.(London), P.G.C.E., F.R.S.A., Ac.S.S. Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies in Economics. Research Officer in the Department of Applied Economics. Professor of Economics and Dean of the University Graduate School, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research and Enterprise) at Leicester University.

1987-1990
Michael Harvey Hastings, B.Sc.(Liverpool), Ph.D.(Liverpool)., P.G.C.E., F.Med.Sci., F.R.S. Lecturer in Anatomy. University Demonstrator, Lecturer, and Reader in Anatomy.  Staff Scientist, Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge.

1987-1994
2000-
Howard Richard Neil Jones, M.A., Ph.D. Bye-Fellow, Rooms Fellow, Lecturer in Natural Sciences (Chemistry). Research Scientist, British Gas, Plc. British Gas Teaching Fellow in Chemical Engineering. Lecturer in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University. Academic Secretary of the Department of Chemistry. Bye-Fellow . Tutor for Graduate students; Assistant Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Chemistry).

1987-1990
Richard Alan Lewis, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Global Head, Computer-Aided Drug Discovery, Novartis Pharma AG, Basel.

1987- 2006
Stewart Onan Sage, M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D., A.L.C.M. Research Fellow, Tutor for Research Students, Assistant Director of Studies and Director of Studies for Natural Sciences (Biology). Royal Society Research Fellow in the Physiological Laboratory, University Lecturer in Physiology, Reader in Cell Physiology. Fellow of Selwyn College. Vice-Chairman of the English Tiddlywinks Association.

1987-1990
Wuzong Zhou, B.Sc.(Fudan, Shanghai), Ph.D. Research Fellow. Assistant Director of Research in the Department of Chemistry. Lecturer and Reader in Chemistry, University of St Andrews. Overseas Assessor of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

1987-1993
Virginia Higbee Crum-Jones, M.A., B.A.(Cornell). Rooms Fellow, Dean of College, Lecturer in Computer Science. Software Engineer. Research Assistant, Computer Officer, Personal Workstations Support Manager in the University Computing Service. Chief Executive Officer of Persimmon IT, Software Developers, Durham, North Carolina.

1987-1992
Barbara Elizabeth John, A.B.(Berkeley, California), Ph.D.(Santa Barbara). Research Assistant, University of Oregon, Eugene; Teaching Assistant, University of California, Santa Barbara; Geologist, U.S. Geological Survey. Temporary Lecturer in Earth Sciences. Bye-Fellow. Professor of Geology and Geophysics, University of Wyoming.

1988-
Elizabeth (Lisa) Anne Howlett Hall, B.Sc.(London), Ph.D.(London). Tutor, Lecturer in Natural Sciences (Biotechnology). M.R.C. Research Fellow, Imperial College, London, then at Oxford University. University Lecturer in the Institute of Biotechnology. Reader, Professor of Analytical Biotechnology. Tutor, Graduate Tutor, College Lecturer in Natural Sciences (Chemistry).

1988-1989
Blas Bruni Celli, Lic-en-Fil, M.D.(Venezuela). Professor of Anatomy and Pathology, Central University of Venezuela. President of the Latin-American Society of Pathological Anatomy. Venezuelan Minister of Health and Social Assistance. Simon Bolivar Professor of Latin American Studies. Bye-Fellow.

1988-1991
Thomas James Woodchurch Clarke, M.A., Ph.D., Dip.Comp.Sci. Technical Director, Chase Systems. Research Fellow. Lecturer in Computer Science, University College, London. Lecturer, Department of Electical and Electronic Engineering, Imperial College, London. Honorary Professor of Science, Technology and Society, Northeastern University, China.

1988-
Richard William Prager, M.A., Ph.D., F.I.E.T. Research Fellow, Tutor for Research Students, Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies in Engineering. Senior Assistant in Research and University Lecturer in Engineering, Reader in Information Engineering, Deputy Head (Teaching), Department of Engineering, Professor of Engineering.

1988-1989
Emmanuela Maria Cristina Tandello (Mrs Pugh), Dot.Ling.Strad.(Padua), M.Phil., D.Phil.(Oxon.), M.A.. Bye-Fellow. Formerly Fellow of St Cross College, Oxford. University Lector in Italian. Lecturer in Italian, University College, London. Lecturer in Italian, University of Oxford and Student of Christ Church.

1989-
The Revd JOHN CHARLTON POLKINGHORNE, K.B.E., M.A., Ph.D., Sc.D., D.Sc. h.c.(Exeter), D.D.h.c.(Kent), D.Sc.h.c. (Leicester), D.Sc. h.c. (Marquette), D.D. h.c.(Durham),D.Hum. h.c.(Hong Kong Baptist), D.D. h.c. (General Theological Seminary, New York), F.R.S. Fellow of Trinity. Lecturer in Mathematical Physics, Edinburgh University. University Lecturer in Mathematics, Reader in Theoretical Physics. Professor of Mathematical Physics. Member of the Science Research Council, Chairman of the Nuclear Physics Board. Vicar of Blean, Kent. Hon. Professor of Theoretical Physics, University of Kent. Fellow and Dean of Chapel and Hon. Fellow, Trinity Hall. Chairman of the Committee to Review the Research Use of Fetuses and Fetal Material. PRESIDENT 1988-96. Chairman of the Governors of the Perse School. Proctor in Convocation for the University, Member of the Church of England Doctrine Commission, Governor of the S.P.C.K. Canon Theologian of Liverpool. Winner of the Templeton Prize for ‘Progress towards Research or Discoveries about Spiritual Realities’. Life Fellow and Honorary Fellow from 1996.

1989-1993
2001- 2005
Nicholas Francis John Inglis, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow of Churchill College. Bye-Fellow, Assistant Director of Studies in Mathematics. S.E.R.C. Research Fellow in the Department of Pure Mathematics. College Lecturer in Pure Mathematics, Tutor.

1989-1992
Dieter Kotschick, B.A.(Heidelberg), D.Phil.(Oxon.). Research Fellow. Assistant Professor of Mathematics, Princeton University. Professor of Mathematics in the University of Basel. Professor of Differential Geometry, Ludwig-Maximilians University,  Munich.

1989-1992
Ramaswamy Ramana, M.A.(Nehru), M.Phil., Ph.D. Lecturer in Economics, St Stephen's College, Delhi. Research Fellow. Economist at the World Bank. Economist at the International Monetary Fund. Senior Economist and Strategist, Brevan Howard. Hedge Fund Manager at Autonomy Capital Research LLP.

1989-1992
Richard William Eve, B.Sc.(Bristol), Ph.D. Bye-Fellow. Consultant Engineer, Cambridge Consultants, Ltd., Elmjet, Ltd. Director of Technology, Inca Digital Printers, Cambridge.

1989-
Stuart Nigel Bridge, M.A. Lecturer in Law, Leeds University. Tutor, Admissions Tutor, Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies in Law. University Lecturer in Law. Barrister. Bye-Fellow. Law Commissioner for England & Wales 2001-2008. Bencher of the Middle Temple.  Married to Dr Beverley Glover (Fellow 1996)

1990-1993 &
1995-1999
John Stuart Richer, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Software Engineer. Royal Society Research Fellow in Physics. Bye-Fellow. UK Project Scientist for the Atacama Large Millimetre Array. Lecturer in Astrophysics and ALMA UK Project Scientist, Mullard Radio Astronomy Laboratory, University Reader. Fellow and Director of Studies in Physics, Churchill College. Spouse of Jane Osbourn (Queens’ 1984).

1990-1991
Alan Thomas Brooker, B.Sc.(Bristol), Ph.D. Octel Research Fellow in Chemistry.

1990-1994
Philip Scott Marshall, M.A., LL.M.(Harvard), Q.C. Barrister. Bye-Fellow. Member of the Panel in The London Court of Arbitration. Recorder, Deputy High Court Judge.

1990-
Roderic Lewis Jones, M.A.(Oxon.), D.Phil.(Oxon.). Tutor, College Lecturer in Chemistry and Assistant Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Chemistry). University Lecturer in Physical Chemistry. Reader, Professor of Atmospheric Science. Director of the Institute for Aviation and the Environment.  Vice-President.

1991-1994
Warren Vincent Boutcher, B.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow of Trinity Hall. Archivist, Keeper of the Old Library, Lecturer in English. University Assistant Lecturer in English. Lecturer and Reader in English, Queen Mary College, London.

1991-
Anthony Norden Lasenby, M.A., M.Sc.(London), Ph.D.(Manchester).      Fellow of Selwyn College. Assistant Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Physics). University Lecturer in Physics, Reader in Physics. Professor of   Astrophysics and Cosmology.

1991-1992
Robert Samuel Summers, B.S.(Oregon), LL.B.(Harvard). Professor, Oregon University Law School. McRoberts Professor of Research in the Administration of Law, Cornell Law School. Goodhart Visiting Professor of Legal Science.

1991-
Keith Ferrin Priestley, M.S.(Washington), Ph.D.(Nevada). Bye-Fellow. College Lecturer in Mathematics for Natural Sciences. Assistant Director of Research, Department of Earth Sciences, Senior Lecturer in Earth Sciences, Reader in Seismology, Professor of Seismology.

1991-1994 &
1995-
John William Allison, B.A., LL.B.(Stellenbosch), LL.M., M.Phil.(Crim.), Ph.D. Bigelow Fellow and Lecturer in Law, University of Chicago. Lecturer in Law, Queen Mary College, London. Research Fellow. Tutor. Lecturer in Law, University of Cape Town. University Lecturer in Law.

1991-1994
Joan-Pau Rubies i Mirabet, Llic-en-Hist.(Barcelona), Ph.D. Research Fellow. Lecturer in History, Reading University. Senior Lecturer in International History, London School of Economics.

1991-1992
Rosalie Pam Balkin, B.A., LL.B., Ph.D.(Witwatersrand). Bye-Fellow. Temporary Lecturer in the Faculty of Law. Member and Director of the Legal Affairs and External Relations Division, International Maritime Organisation.

1991-
Christos Nicolas Pitelis, B.A.(Pantion, Athens), M.A., Ph.D.(Warwick). Teaching Assistant, Warwick University. Lecturer in Industrial Economics, Nottingham University. Lecturer in Management, St Andrew's University. Lecturer in Economics, Director of Studies in Management Studies. University Lecturer in the Department of Management Studies, Reader in International Business and Competitiveness and Director of the Centre for International Business and Management, Judge Business School. Adviser to the Greek Ministries of Industry and Development and Associate Professor, University of Athens, International Consultant for the EC Netwin Project on European Clusters.

1992-1993
Francis Stephen Mair, B.Sc., Ph.D.(Strathclyde). Octel Research Fellow in Chemistry. Lecturer in Chemistry, Trinity College, Dublin. Lecturer in Chemistry UMIST and the University of Manchester.

1992-1995
Andrew William Michael Reynolds, B.A.(Oxon.). Research Fellow. Fellow and Lecturer in Russian at Selwyn. Assistant Professor, Department of Slavic Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

1992-
Eivind Georg Kahrs, M.A., Magistergrad (Ph.D.)(Oslo). Lecturer in the History of Religions, Bergen University, Assistant Professor in the Institute for the History of Religions, Oslo University. Lecturer and Director of Studies in Oriental Studies, in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies. Tutor. University Lecturer in Sanskrit, Reader in Sanskrit.

1993-2000
Ignatius John Keown, M.A., D.Phil.(Oxon.). Lecturer in Medical Law, Leicester University. Tutor. Lecturer in Law. University Lecturer and Senior Lecturer in the Law and Ethics of Medicine.  Senior Research Fellow, Churchill College. Governor and Vice-Chairman of the Linacre Centre for Healthcare Ethics. Rose F Kennedy Professor of Christian Ethics, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

1993-
Andrew Howard Gee, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow, Rooms Fellow, College Lecturer, Assistant Director of Studies, Director of Studies in Engineering. University Lecturer in Engineering, Reader in Engineering.

1993-1993
Jeremy James Tanner, M.A., M.A. (Pennsylvania), Ph.D. Research Fellow. Lecturer in Classics, Reader in Classical and Comparative Art, Institute of Archaeology, University College, London.

1993-1999
Kareen Jennifer Innes Thorne, M.A., Ph.D. Fellow and Senior Tutor of Trinity Hall. Senior Tutor. Lecturer in Biochemistry. Director of National Mutual Life. Fellow Commoner from 1999. Chairman of Cambridge University Rugby Club.

1993-
David Robert Ward, M.A., Ph.D. Lecturer in Physics. Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Physical). University Lecturer in Physics. Reader, Professor of Particle Physics.

1993-1998
Richard Gilmour Eric Pinch, M.A., D.Phil.(Oxon.). Lecturer in Pure Mathematics. Fellow of Emmanuel and of Trinity Hall. Civil Servant with G.C.H.Q., Cheltenham.

1993-1995
Niall James MacKay, B.A., Ph.D.(Dunelm). Bye-Fellow. Stokes Research Fellow at Pembroke. Lecturer in Mathematics, University of Sheffield. Senior Lecturer, Department of Mathematics, University of York.

1994-1995
Hansjorg Curt Geiges, B.A.(Gottingen), Ph.D. Research Fellow. Assistant Professor of Mathematics at ETH, Zurich. Professor of Mathematics, University of Leiden. Professor of Mathematics, Mathematical Institute, University of Cologne.

1994-1995
Christopher William Hart, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Law Editor for Cambridge University Press. Partner, Head of UK Financial Services, Spencer Stuart.

1994-1997
Keechang Kim, LL.B.(Seoul), LL.M.(Chicago), Ph.D. Research Fellow. Fellow of Selwyn College. Norton Rose Lecturer in Law. Associate Professor, School of Law, Korea University.

1994-
Jacqueline Lillian Scott, B.A.(Sussex), M.A., Ph.D.(Michigan). Director of Studies in Social and Political Sciences. University Lecturer and Assistant Director of Research in Social and Political Sciences, Co-Director of the Interdisciplinary Research Centre on Ageing. Reader in Sociology, Professor of Empirical Sociology. Head of the Department of Sociology.

1994-1999
Georgia Elizabeth Brown, B.A., D.Phil.(Oxon). Lecturer, Lincoln College Oxford. Lecturer, Assistant Director of Studies and Director of Studies in English.

1994-2013
The Revd Fraser Norman Watts, M.A.(Oxon.), M.Sc., Ph.D.(London). Priest-in-Charge of Harston with Hauxton, Cambs. Lecturer in Theology and in Psychology, Director of Studies in Theological and Religious Studies. Starbridge Lecturer in Religion and Natural Science, Reader in Theology and Science. Vicar-Chaplain of St Edward's, Cambridge. Honorary Canon of Ely.

1995-1995
Andrew Charles Collop, B.Eng.(Greenwich), Ph.D., D.Sc. (Nottingham) Bye-Fellow. Research Associate in the Department of Engineering. Lecturer in Engineering, Nottingham University. Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Nottingham, and Director of the Nottingham Transportation Engineering Centre.

1995-1996
Caroline Humfress, B.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Lecturer in History, Oxford University and Fellow of St Catherine's College. Associate Professor, Department of Rhetoric, University of California Berkeley. Lecturer and Reader in Late Antique and Early Medieval History, Birkbeck College, London.

1995-1998
Robert John Neather, B.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Assistant Professor of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics, City University of Hong Kong.

1995-1996
Patrick James Coe, M.A.(Essex). Bye-Fellow. Lecturer in Economics, University of Essex . Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, University of Calgary; Associate Professor, Department of Economics, Carleton University, Ottawa.

1995-2006
Peter Nicholas Benton, M.A., Ph.D., Dip.Comp.Sci. Bye-Fellow. Research Associate in the Computer Laboratory. Researcher, Microsoft Research Corp. Fellow Commoner from 2006.

1995-2013
Lee Anthony Bollom, F.H.C.I.M.A., F.I.H., F.R.S.P.H. Bye-Fellow. Catering and Conference Manager, Manciple. Steward.

1995-1996
Gérard Marcel Tannerie Watts, M.A., Ph.D. Bye-Fellow. Lecturer in Mathematics, King's College, London. Lecturer and Reader in Mathematics, King’s College, London

1996-
Beverley Jane Glover, B.Sc.(St Andrews), Ph.D.(East Anglia). Research Fellow. University Lecturer and Senior Lecturer in Plant Sciences, Reader. Garden Steward, Admissions Tutor, Lecturer in Plant Sciences, Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Biology). Married to Mr Stuart Bridge (Fellow 1989).

1996-1999
Stefan Gregory Llewellyn Smith, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California San Diego.

1996-2000
Rupert John Ernest Thompson, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Lecturer in Classics. University Lecturer in Classical Philology and Linguistics. Fellow and Director of Studies in Classics, Selwyn College. University Orator.

1996- 2004
Alexander Duncan Oliver, M.A., Ph.D., M.A., M.Phil.(Yale). Research Fellow, Gonville & Caius College. Director of Studies in Philosophy. University Assistant Lecturer and Lecturer in Philosophy, Reader in Philosophy, Co-Director of the Forum for Philosophy in Business.  Fellow and Director of Studies in Philosphy, Gonville and Caius College.

1996-1999
Michael Smithson, LL.B.(L.S.E.). Bye-Fellow. Journalist, B.B.C. Radio, Head of B.B.C.Corporate Policy Unit; Director of Publicity Appeals, R.S.P.C.A.; Director of Fundraising, London School of Economics. Bedfordshire County Councillor, Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Candidate for Mid-Beds. University Development Director. Development Director, University of Oxford. Founder of politicalbetting.com

1996-
Murray Jack Milgate, M.Ec.(Sydney), M.A.(Essex), Ph.D. University Lecturer in Economics and Fellow of St Catharine's; Lecturer in Economics, University of Sydney; Associate Professor of Economics and Social Studies, John L Loeb Professor of Social Sciences, University of Harvard; Professor of Economics, Bradford University. College Lecturer and Director of Studies in Economics. Tutor and Keeper of the Pictures. Senior Tutor.

1997-1999
Stephen Fletcher Hewson, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow. Investment Banker, Credit Suisse First Boston, City of London. Mathematics teacher, St Neots Community College. Director of Mathematical Bridge Ltd (software consultancy and supply). Writer and Mathematics Communicator. Spouse of Dr Maria Woodfield (Queens’ 1990).

1997-2000
Pamela Thurschwell, (Mrs Endersby) B.A., B.A.(Yale), M.A.(Sussex), Ph.D.(Cornell). Research Fellow. Senior Lecturer in English, University College, London.

1997-
Richard Andrew William Rex, M.A., Ph.D. Research Fellow of St John's College. Assistant Under-Librarian, Cambridge University Library. University Lecturer in Divinity, Reader in Reformation History. Lecturer and Director of Studies in History. Archivist. Tutor.

1997- 2006
Tianjian Lu, B.Sc., M.Eng.(Xian), D.Phil.(Hong Kong), Ph.D.(Harvard). Lecturer Southern Illinois University. Teaching Fellow, Research Associate, University of Harvard. University Lecturer in Engineering, Professor of Materials Engineering. Lecturer and Assistant Director of Studies  in Engineering. Vice-Chancellor and Professor in the School of Aeronautics and Aerospace, Xi’an Jiaotong University.

1997- 2003
Christophe Gagne, M.Litt.(St Etienne). Bye-Fellow. French Lector. University Senior Language Teaching Officer. Fellow of Churchill College.

1997-1998
Oliver Bühler, Dipl-Ing.(Berlin), M.S.E.(Michigan), Ph.D. Bye-Fellow. Lecturer in Applied Mathematics, University of St Andrews. Associate Professor and Professor in Atmosphere Ocean Science and Mathematics, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University.

1997-1998
Peter Edward Spence, B.A.(Alberta), M.A.(Western Ontario), Ph.D. Tutor and Temporary Lecturer in History, University of Wales Swansea. Lecturer in History, University of Auckland. Research Bye-Fellow, Churchill College. Temporary Lecturer in History. Bye-Fellow. Development Director, University of Hull. Director of Development, Clifton College, Bristol; Director of External Relations Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys School.

1998-
Anthony David Challinor, M.A.,Ph.D. Research Fellow. Bye-Fellow. Royal Society Research Fellow in Astrophysics, University Lecturer in Departments of Astronomy and Applied Mathematics.

1998-
Andrew Martin William Glass, M.A., Ph.D.(Wisconsin). Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor, Emeritus Professor in Mathematics, Bowling Green State University, Ohio. Bye-Fellow. Tutor. Lecturer in Pure Mathematics and Director of Studies in Mathematics.

1999-2000
Dan Ovidiu Crisan, B.Sc.(Bucharest), Ph.D.(Edinburgh). Research Associate in Mathematics, Imperial College. University Assistant Lecturer in Statistics, Bye-Fellow. Senior Lecturer in Mathematics and Reader in Pure Mathematics, Imperial College, London.

1999- 2003
Martin Alexander Ruehl, M.A., M.A.(Princeton), Ph.D. Research Fellow. Lecturer in History. Temporary Lecturer in History. Fellow of Sidney Sussex College. University Lecturer in German and Dutch. Fellow of Trinity Hall.

1999- 2001
Dena Gail Freeman, M.A., Ph.D.(London). Research Fellow. Corporate Social Responsibility Consultant. Consultant Editor. Researcher, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

1999-
Ian Kenneth Patterson, M.A., Ph.D. Cambridge Book Seller. Research Fellow, King’s College. Director of Studies in English. Librarian. Keeper of the Old Library. Tutor. Poet.

1999-
Clare Elizabeth Bryant, B.Sc.(Southampton), B.Vet.Med., Ph.D.(London), Cert.V.A., Dip. IECVPT, M.R.C.V.S. Bye-Fellow. Tutor for Graduate Students.  Lecturer in Pharmacology.  Lecturer and Senior Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacology, Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, Reader in Immunopharmacology.