Business and Society
|Name||Association with RMIT||Notability||References|
|Peter Beilharz||former faculty||sociologist; co-founder and editor of the academic journal Thesis Eleven|
|Andrew Demetriou||former faculty||CEO of the Australian Football League (AFL)|
|Bob Isherwood||Dip Art (Advert), D Comm (honoris causa)||business leader; former Worldwide Creative Director of Saatchi & Saatchi|
|Margaret Gardner, AO||current Vice-Chancellor||economist and community leader|
|Mary Kalantzis||faculty||Adjunct Professor in the RMIT School of Global Studies, Social Science and Planning|
|Bruce Kingsbury, VC||attended||World War II soldier and recipient of the Victoria Cross|
|Tan Le||faculty||business leader and President of Emotiv Systems|
|Jonathan Ling||MBA||CEO and Managing Director of New Zealand's largest listed company, Fletcher Building|
|Paul Little, AO||attended, D Bus (honoris causa)||CEO and Managing Director of Australasia's largest transport company, TOLL Holdings|
|Tom Nairn||former faculty||nationalist, RMIT's Globalism Research Centre Tom Nairn Lecture named in his honour|
|Jacques Nasser, AO||B Bus, D Tech (honoris causa)||Chairman of the World's largest mining company, BHP Billiton, and former CEO of Ford|
|The Hon. Francis Ormond||founder||grazier, politician, philanthropist; Francis Ormond Building at RMIT named in his honour|
|Charles Pearson||key supporter||journalist and politician; Pearson & Murphy's cafe at RMIT named in his honour|
|J. Donald R. de Raadt||FRMIT||Emeritus Professor of Informatics and System Science at Luleå University of Technology|
|Bruce Ruxton, AM, OBE||attended||former President of the Returned and Services League of Australia (Victorian Branch)|
|Leonie Sandercock||former faculty||former Deputy Dean of the RMIT School of Global Studies, Social Science and Planning|
|Dame Margaret Scott, AC, DBE||Dip Ed, Grad Dip Arts, D Ed (honoris causa)||ballet dancer; founder and former Director of the Australian Ballet School|
|Paul Stoddart||attended||former owner of the Minardi (Formula 1) and Minardi Team USA (Indy Car) racing teams|
|Ziggy Switkowski||current Chancellor||business leader and nuclear scientist|
|Robert Thomson||BA (Journ)||CEO of News Corp., former editor-at-large of The Wall Street Journal|
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