Fellows of Senate
Air Marshal Sir James Anthony Rowland AC KBE DFC AFC KStJ
Air Marshal Sir James Anthony Rowland AC KBE DFC AFC KStJ was Fellow of Senate and Chancellor of the University of Sydney from 1990 to 1991.
Sir James Rowland with the Chancellor Sir Hermann Black, whom he replaced as Chancellor after Sir Hermann's death in 1990, photo, University Archives.
As Governor of NSW, Sir James Rowland was Visitor of the University from 1981 to 1989, photo, University Archives.
The first holders of the Diploma in Aboriginal Assistants Education pictured below are (back, left to right) Mrs Gwen Hickling (Casino), Ms Helen Archibald (Kempsey), Mr Neville Naden (Dubbo), (front, left to right) Ms Barbara Keeley (Lumeah), Ms Veronica Davison (Taree), Ms Iris Johnson (Lake Cargellio) and Ms Ann Flood (Seven Hills), photo, University Archives:
The Chancellor Sir James Rowland (centre front) in March 1990 with the first holders of the Diploma in Aboriginal Assistants Education pictured after their graduation with Lady Black (centre back), and Professor John Cleverley (back right), Pro Dean of the (then) Faculty of Education.
The Chancellor Sir James Rowland and Esquire Bedell, Neville Webb, 1991, photo, University Archives.
Portrait of Air Marshal Sir James Anthony Rowland AC KBE DFC AFC KStJ, 1992, by Sir William Dargie (1912-2003), oil on canvas , commissioned by the Registrar of the University of Sydney, University Art Collection, reproduced with the kind permission of Roger Dargie and the University of Sydney.
Sir James, Chancellor Emeritus Professor Dame Leonie Kramer and Vice- Chancellor Professor Don McNicol at the unveiling of Sir James' portrait in the Great Hall on 2 March 1992. Professor McNicol praised Sir James for his role in helping to pull the University back together again after 'a turbulenr period', during which the Chancellor and former Vice-Chancellor had died and amalgamations had imposed heavy work burdens, photo, 'The University of Sydney News' 10 March 1992.