Women have been Rhodes Scholars since 1977. They are selected worldwide from Australia, Bermuda, Canada, the Commonwealth Caribbean and Jamaica, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Kenya, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, the United States, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. More than 1,100 women have now taken up the scholarship. The credential it represents—its validation of academic attainment and leadership capacity, and the legacy established by the prominence of earlier Rhodes Scholars—makes it a potent passport for career success. How have women Rhodes Scholars made use of that passport? Do Rhodes Scholar women follow the patterns of other women? Or does the power of the Rhodes “brand” allow them to achieve more? Do they have, want, or need... Read more.