Fellows are senior members of the College’s academic community and provide advice and support about the development of the academic, cultural and spiritual life of the College.
Queen’s College is proud to have a number of highly distinguished members of the academic, professional and spiritual communities as its Fellows.
David L Vaux AO MBBS PhD FAA FAHMS
Deputy Director and Joint Division Head, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research.
Geoffrey N Blainey AC MA FAHA FASSA
Author and Historian. Emeritus Professor of History, University of Melbourne. Former Chancellor of Ballarat University. Former President of Queen’s College Council.
Norman J Young BA BD (Drew) PhD (Drew)
Emeritus Professor of Systematic Theology in the Uniting Church Theological Hall. Fellow of the Melbourne College of Divinity.
Ronald W Farren-Price AM DipMus DMus (Hon Melb)
Principal Fellow and former Dean of the Faculty of Music, University of Melbourne. A concert pianist of international distinction.
John S Castles AM BArch(Hons) LFRAIA RIBA FAICD
Past President of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects. Chairman Standards Australia. Practising architect. Past President of Queen’s College Council.
Brian L Howe AO BA DipCrim (Melb) MA (Chicago)
Professorial Associate, Centre of Public Policy, University of Melbourne. Deputy Prime Minister of Australia 1991-95.
John A Henley BA (Melb) BD (MCD) PhD (Glas) DTheol (Hon MCD)
Sixth Master of Queen’s College (1993-2001).
Wilfrid R Prest BA (Hons) DPhil (Oxon) FRHistS FASSA FAHA
Professor Emeritus in Law and History, University of Adelaide.
Ross A Williams AM BCom MSc (Econ) (Lond) PhD (Lond) FASSA
Professorial Fellow, University of Melbourne and former Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Commerce. Member of the Commonwealth Grants Commission. President of Queen’s College Council.
David J Habersberger BA (Hons) LLB (Hons)
Justice of the Supreme Court of Victoria (2001-2013). President of Queen’s College Council (1996-2002)
Edward W Shann BA(Hons) PhD (Cantab)
Economic consultant, Herald Sun financial contributor and former Director of Prime Value Asset Management and Access Economics.
David T Runia BA (Hons) MA DLitt Dip Ed (Melb) LittD (VU Amsterdam) FAHA. Seventh Master of Queen’s (2002–2016).
Professorial Fellow, School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, University of Melbourne.
David L Copolov AO MB BS PhD FRACP FRANZCP DPM (Melb) MPM (Monash).
Pro Vice-Chancellor, Major Campuses and Student Engagement, Monash University, and Professor of Psychiatry at Monash University and the University of Melbourne.
Jaynie L Anderson OSI FAHA
Herald Professor Emeritus, The University of Melbourne, Herald Chair of Fine Arts 1997-2014, International President of Art History (2008-2012).
John E Harris MBBS (Melb) FRACS
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon: Fellow Royal Australasian College of Surgeons: Life Fellow of Australian Orthopaedic Association.
Ivan W Caple AM BVSci (Hons) PhD (NSW) MACVSc
Professor and former Dean of Veterinary Science, University of Melbourne.
Marcia A Neave AO LLB (Hons) FASSA
Justice of the Court of Appeal, Supreme Court of Victoria. Former Victorian Law Reform Commissioner.
Robert S Osborn BA (Hons) LLB (Hons) LLM
Justice of the Victorian Supreme Court. (Principal Judge of the Common Law Division).
Field W Rickards BSc (Hons) MEd PhD
Dean of Education, The University of Melbourne.
Robert W Gribben OSJ BA (Melb) MA (Cantab) MTheol (MCD) DD (Hon Shenandoah)
Professor Emeritus of Worship and Mission, Uniting Church Theological Faculty; liturgical and ecumenical theologian; 15 years head of ecumenical relations, the World Methodist Council.
Megan S Robertson MB BS FANZCA FFICANZCA FRACP FJFICM
Director of Research, St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne; Senior Intensive Care Consultant at Epworth Richmond and Freemasons; Chair, NHMRC Clinical Trials Ready Development Committee; Tuckwell Scholarship Selection Panel Member, Australian National University; Chair, Health Services Medication Expert Advisory Group — Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care; Director of Professional Affairs, College of Intensive Care Medicine. Megan is also on the Boards of BioMedical Research Victoria, Fearless, the Caroline Chisolm Centre for Health Ethics, and the Biodevices Advisory Board at Swinburne, and is Patron of the Queen’s College Annual Giving Appeal.
Trevor S Bird BApplSc MApplSc PhD FTSE
Principal Antengenuity, Eastwood NSW, Distinguished Visiting Professor University of Technology, Sydney, Adjunct Professor Macquarie University, Sydney.
Stephen R Morton BSc (Hons) PhD DSc (Hon Adel)
Group Executive Manufacturing, Materials & Minerals, CSIRO, Melbourne/Canberra.
Christopher D Cordner BA(Hons) BPhil DPhil (Oxon)
Academic philosopher specializing in ethics.
Rodney G Sims BCom(Hons), MEcon(ANU)
Economist and expert in Public policy. Chairman of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
Merlin Crossley BSc DPhil (Oxon)
Molecular biologist. Dean of Science at the University of New South Wales.
Jane Tovey MB BS (Melb) MPsychMed (Monash) FRANZCP
Consultant psychiatrist specialising in trauma therapy.
Heather Thompson BA Med (Hons) DipEd
Leading educator. Principal, University High School, Parkville.
Sharon Hollis BA (Monash) BD PGDVocEd (MCD)
Church leader and Theologian. Moderator of the Uniting Church Synod of Victoria and Tasmania.
Frank A Shann AM, MB, BS (Melbourne, MedSc (Melbourne)
FRACP, FCICM. Professorial Fellow, Department of Paediatrics, University of Melbourne. Honorary Staff Specialist, Intensive Care Unit, Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne.
Dorothy Ann Lee BA (Hons) (Newcastle), DipEd (Newcastle), BD (Sydney), PhD (Sydney) FAHA
Rev’d Professor, University of Divinity, Professor of New Testament, Trinity College Theological School.
Mustapa Mohamed BA (Melb) MA (Boston) DCom (Melb)
Malaysian Politician, Minister for International Trade and Industry.
Primrose Lady Potter AC DLJ DocUniv (Hon ACU)
Life Governor of Ian Potter Foundation.
Geoffrey C. Harcourt AO BCom (Hons) MCom (Melb) PhD LittD (Cantab) LittD (Hon DeMont) FASSA DCom (Hon Melb) DPolEcon (Hon Fribourg) AcSS
Professor Emeritus, University of Adelaide. Emeritus Reader in the History of Economic Theory, University of Cambridge. Emeritus Fellow and College Lecturer in Economics, Jesus College, Cambridge. Honorary Professor, UNSW Sydney.
W Max Corden AC BCom MCom PhD (Lond) DCom (Hon Melb) FASSA FBA
Emeritus Professor of International Economics of the School of Advanced International Studies of The Johns Hopkins University. Professorial Fellow, Department of Economics, University of Melbourne.
Lawrence D McIntosh BA BD (Hons) (Drew) MSc (Hons) (Columbia) PhD (Drew) STD (Hon-MCD)
Former University and Theological Librarian.
David G Penington AC MA DM BCh FRCP FRACP FRCPA
Former Vice-Chancellor, University of Melbourne and former Professor of Medicine.
Richard G Pestell MB BS (UWA) PhD MD MD (Hon UWA)
Director of Kimmel Cancer Center, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, USA. Internationally renowned authority on the treatment of cancer in the areas of research, administration and policy.
Loane Skene LLB (Hons) LLM (Monash) LL.D
Professor of Law, University of Melbourne
Douglas J. Coster AO MB BS (Melb) FRACS FRCS FRACO FCOphth
Lions Professor of Ophthalmology, Flinders University of South Australia.
Prof. Andrew F Christie BSc LLB LLM (London) PhD (Cantab)
Professor of Intellectual property in the Faculty of Law, the University of Melbourne. Leading expert on intellectual property law.
Prof. Dr Tim Corney BA, MA, PhD (Melb)
Professor in the Faculty of Education at Victoria University and Senior Fellow in the Graduate School of Education, the University of Melbourne. Prof. Corney has published widely in the area of youth studies, with special interest in: the sociology of youth, school to work transitions, youth and community development, and programs for young people at risk. Prof. Corney was the former Dean of Student Wellbeing of the College.
Dr Jane Dyson BSc(Hons) MSC (Edin) PhD (Cantab)
Lecturer in the School of Geography, the University of Melbourne. Social anthropologist specialising in research on Northern India. Maker of the acclaimed film Lifelines.
Prof. Craig Jeffrey BA MA PhD (Cantab)
Social anthropologist specialising in research on Northern India. Director of the Australia India Institute at the University of Melbourne.
Assoc. Prof. Stephen Leslie B.Sc (ANU) DPhil (Oxon)
Statistician working in the field of mathematical genetics in the Faculty of Science, the University of Melbourne.
Prof. David J Manton BDSc MDSc PhD
Eldon Storey Chair of Child Dental Health in the Melbourne Dental School, the University of Melbourne. Leading and very experienced expert in paediatric dentistry.