The US Studies Centre hosts visitors from the highest levels of government, media, think tanks and universities. Visitors to the Centre have included former Australian Prime Ministers, senior American government officials and numerous academics from universities including Columbia, Harvard, Princeton, Stanford and Yale universities and the University of California Berkeley.

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Centre visitors in 2016:






Richard Fontaine

President of the Center for a New American Security

Richard Fontaine is the Alliance 21 Fellow at the US Studies Centre from July to August 2016.… more

Stephen Heintz

President of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund

Stephen Heintz is president of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. He visited the US Studies Centre in April 2016.… more

Bradford Smith

President of the Foundation Center

Bradford K. Smith visited the US Studies Centre in September 2014 and April 2016.… more

The Honourable Jeffrey Bleich

Visiting Professor & former US Ambassador to Australia

Jeffrey Bleich is the former US Ambassador to Australia. He is a Visiting Professor and a member of the Council of Advisors at the US Studies Centre.… more

Professor Anne-Marie Slaughter

President and CEO of New America Foundation

Dr Anne-Marie Slaughter visited the US Studies Centre in March 2016.… more

Associate Professor Betsey Stevenson

Associate professor of public policy and economics at the University of Michigan

Betsey Stevenson visited the US Studies Centre in April 2016.… more

Dr David Kilcullen

Former Senior Advisor to General David Petraeus

Dr David Kilcullen visited the US Studies Centre in February 2016.… more


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