Many University of Melbourne office bearers were influential members of society within the fields of jurisprudence, medical science or business, and are therefore of interest to both historians of the University and to more general researchers.
The University of Melbourne Archives (UMA) hold the papers of seven chancellors, five deputy chancellors, eleven vice-chancellors and three deputy vice-chancellors.
Lists of Chancellors and Vice-Chancellors can be found in the University of Melbourne Office of the Chancellor Collection and University of Melbourne Office of the Vice-Chancellor Collection.
Full list of all senior University of Melbourne office bearers.
NB. The original subject guide for UM Chancellors was made possible through a generous donation by the Baillieu family and has been included within this guide.
|The Right Hon Hugh Culling Eardley Childers||First Vice-Chancellor (1853-1857)|
|Sir Anthony Colling Brownless||Vice-Chancellor (1858-1887), Chancellor (1887-1897)|
|The Hon. Dr William Edward Hearn Chancellor (1886)||Chancellor (1886)|
|Sir James William Barrett,||Vice-Chancellor (1931-1934), first Deputy Chancellor (1934-1935) and Chancellor (1935-1939) Biography of Sir William Barrett|
|Sir Raymond Edward Priestly||First salaried Vice-Chancellor, (1935-1938) Biography of Sir Raymond Priestly|
|Sir John Dudley Gibbs Medley||Vice-Chancellor (1938-1951)|
|Sir George Whitecross Paton||Vice-Chancellor (1951-1968)|
|Sir David Plumley Derham||Vice-Chancellor (1968-1982)|
|Dame Margaret Blackwood||Deputy Chancellor (1980-1983) Biography of Dame Margaret Blackwood|
|Sir Roy Douglas Wright||Deputy Chancellor (1972-1980), Chancellor (1980-1989) Biography of Sir Roy Douglas Wright|
|The Hon. Sir. (Albert) Edward Woodward|