List of University of Rochester people - Wikipedia

List of University of Rochester people

Here follows a list of notable alumni and faculty of the University of Rochester. University of Rochester has more than 103,000 alumni as of 2011.[1]

Notable alumniEdit

Nobel laureatesEdit

Higher education leadersEdit

AcademiaEdit

Performing artsEdit

GovernmentEdit

LiteratureEdit

Science and technologyEdit

BusinessEdit

SportsEdit

OtherEdit

Notable facultyEdit

Nobel laureatesEdit

  • George Hoyt Whipple (Prof. 1914-1976), Nobel laureate (1934, physiology or medicine)
  • Henrik Dam (Prof. 1942-1945), Nobel laureate (1943, physiology or medicine)
  • Robert Fogel (Prof. 1960-1965, 1968-1975), Nobel laureate (1993, economics)
  • Gérard Mourou (Professor), Nobel Laureate (2018, physics)
  • Paul Romer (Asst. Prof, 1986-1990), Nobel Laureate (2018, economics)

CurrentEdit

Heads of the University of Rochester[26]Edit

Presidents of the University of Rochester Birth-Death Years as President
1 Rev. Martin Brewer Anderson (1815-1890) (1853-1888)
2 Rev. David Jayne Hill (1850-1932) (1889-1896)
3 Rev. Benjamin Rush Rhees (1860-1939) (1900-1935)
4 Alan Chester Valentine (1901-1980) (1935-1950)
5 Cornelis Willem de Kiewiet (1902-1986) (1951-1961)
6 Wilson Allen Wallis (1912-1998) (1962-1970)
7 Robert Lamb Sproull (1918-2014) (1970-1984)
8 George Dennis O'Brien (1931-) (1984-1994)
9 Thomas H. Jackson (1950-) (1994-2005)
10 Joel Seligman (1950-) (2005-2018)
11 Richard Feldman (1948-) (2018–2019)
11 Sarah C. Mangelsdorf[27] (1958-) (2019–Present)

ReferencesEdit

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