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.  Notable alumni Edit
Nobel laureates Edit
Vincent du Vigneaud (Ph.D. 1927), laureate (1955, chemistry) Nobel
Arthur Kornberg (M.D. 1941, D.Sc. 1962), Nobel laureate (1959, physiology or medicine)
Daniel Carleton Gajdusek (B.S. 1943), Nobel laureate (1976, physiology or medicine)
Steven Chu (B.A. math and B.S. physics 1970), Nobel laureate (1997, physics), U.S. Secretary of Energy (2009-2013)
Masatoshi Koshiba (Ph.D. 1955), Nobel laureate (2002, physics)
Richard Thaler (M.A. 1970, Ph.D. 1974), Nobel laureate ( 2017, economics)
Donna Strickland (Ph.D. 1989), Nobel laureate (2018, physics) Harvey J. Alter (B.A. 1956, M.D. 1960), Nobel laureate (2020, physiology or medicine)
Higher education leaders Edit
Myles Brand (PhD 1967) Former President, NCAA
Daniel Diermeier (PhD 1995), Political scientist, Provost of The University of Chicago and former Dean of the Harris School of Public Policy Studies
Robert J. Dolan (Ph.D. 1977), Dean of the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, now the Baker Foundation Professor at Harvard Business School
Bernard T. Ferrari (B.A. 1970, M.D. 1974), Dean of The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
Karen R. Hitchcock (Ph.D. 1969), Biologist, President of the University at Albany, SUNY, Principal and Vice Chancellor of Queen's University at Kingston in Canada
Susan Hockfield (B.A. 1973), Former Dean of the Yale Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and Provost of Yale University, President of MIT
Joseph B. Martin (Ph.D. 1971), Dean of Harvard Medical School and the UCSF School of Medicine, 6th Chancellor of the University of California, San Francisco, now the Edward R. and Anne G. Lefler Professor Emeritus of Neurobiology at Harvard Medical School
Brian C. Mitchell (Ph.D.), President of Bucknell University
Deborah Flemister Mullen (B.A. 1972) Dean of Faculty/Executive Vice President of and Associate Professor of American Christianity and Black Church Studies at Columbia Theological Seminary Philip A. Pizzo (M.D. 1970), David and Susan Heckerman Professor and Professor of Microbiology and Immunology and former Dean of the
Stanford University School of Medicine 
Hugo Sonnenschein (B.A. 1961), President Emeritus and Adam Smith Distinguished Service Professor of Economics at The University of Chicago, Provost of Princeton University, and Dean of the University of Pennsylvania School of Arts and Sciences David C. Sweet (B.A.), President of
Youngstown State University 2000–2010
Gary Schuster (Ph.D. 1971), Former Provost and Vice President of Georgia Institute of Technology 2006 - 2009 Nils Yngve Wessell (Ph.D. 1938), President of Tufts University 1953-1966
Alan Abramowitz (B.A. 1969), Political scientist, Alben W. Barkley Professor of Political Science at Emory University
Charles M. Achilles (B.A. 1959, M.S. 1962, Ed.S 1965, Ed.D. 1967), Professor of Educational Administration at Eastern Michigan University and Seton Hall University. Principal researcher Tennessee STAR (Student-Teacher Achievement Ratio) experiment on Class-size reduction
John Aldrich (political scientist) (M.A. 1971; PhD 1975), Political scientist, Pfizer-Pratt University Professor of Political Science at Duke University, Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Frederick R. Bieber (M.S. 1976), medical geneticist. Harvard University professor
C. Lawrence Evans (Ph.D. 1988), Newton Family Professor of Government at the College of William and Mary
Hany Farid (B.S. 1989), William H. Neukom 1964 Distinguished Professor of Computational Science of Dartmouth College.
Morris Fiorina (Ph.D. 1972), Professor of Political Science at Stanford University and Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution. Author of Divided Government and Culture War? The Myth of a Polarized America.
Kenneth French (M.B.A. 1978, M.S. 1981, Ph.D. 1983), M. Heidt Professor of Finance at Dartmouth College and efficient markets theorist
Barry L. Gan (B.A., M.A., Ph.D.), Professor of Philosophy and director of the Center for Nonviolence at St. Bonaventure University. 
Greg Gbur, author and physicist who specializes in the study of classical coherence theory in optical physics.
Grove Karl Gilbert (geologist)
Steven Hahn (B.A. 1978), Pulitzer Prize winning historian on faculty at University of Pennsylvania.
N. Katherine Hayles, (Ph.D. 1977), critical literary theorist
Paul M. Healy (Ph.D. 1981), James R. Williston Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School and its second highest paid professor 
Zvi Hercowitz (Ph.D. 1980), macroeconomist at Tel Aviv University
Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham (Ph.D. 1984), Historian, Victor S. Thomas Professor of History and of African and African American Studies at Harvard University, 2014 recipient of the National Humanities Medal
Olivia Hooker (Ph.D. 1961), Professor of Psychology at Fordham University, founder of the Tulsa Race Riot Commission, first black woman to serve in the United States Coast Guard
Peter van Inwagen (Ph.D.), philosopher specializing in metaphysics, John Cardinal O'Hara Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame
Bruce Kingma (Ph.D. 1989), Professor of Entrepreneurship at Syracuse University.
Stephen Kotkin (B.A. 1981), John P. Birkelund '52 Professor in History and International Affairs at Princeton University; Co-Director, Program in History and the Practice of Diplomacy; Director, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies; Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution
Carole LaBonne (B.S. 1989), Erastus O. Haven Professor of Life Sciences and Chair of the Department of Molecular Biosciences at Northwestern University
Joanne Larson, Michael W. Scandling Professorship at the University of Rochester Margaret Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development
Arthur Lupia (B.A.), Political scientist, Hal R. Varian Collegiate Professor at the University of Michigan, Chair of the Board of the Center for Open Science and the National Research Council's Roundtable on the Application of Behavioral and Social Science.
Christopher J. Mayer (B.S.), Economist, Paul Milstein Professor of Real Estate at Columbia Business School, Research Director of the Paul Milstein Center for Real Estate
Richard McKelvey (Ph.D. 1971), political scientist and game theorist
Arthur R. Miller (A.B. 1955) Phi Beta Kappa Graduate, Harvard Law graduate magna cum laude 1958, renowned law professor at Harvard University and since 2007 at NYU
David Nash (physician), Professor of Health Policy at the Jefferson College of Population Health
Patricia Numann, Professor of Surgery at State University of New York Upstate Medical University
Roberta Romano (B.A.), Sterling Professor of Law at Yale Law School, Director of the Yale Law School Center for the Study of Corporate Law, and Professor (by courtesy) at the Yale School of Management
Mark Rosenzweig (B.A. 1943, M.S. 1944), research psychologist whose studies showed that the brain develops into adulthood based on life experiences. 
Ivan Sag (B.A. 1971), Professor of Linguistics at Stanford University
José Scheinkman (Ph.D. 1974), Theodore A. Wells '29 Professor of Economics at Princeton University
Rudolph E. Tanzi (B.A., B.S. 1980), Joseph P. and Rose F. Kennedy Professor of Neurology and Mental Retardation at Harvard University and Director of the Genetics and Aging Research Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital
Richard Thaler (Ph.D. 1974), Nobel Prize winning economist known for pioneering behavioral finance
H. Allen Orr, Evolutionary Biologist
Albion W. Tourgée (1859), lawyer, civil rights activist. Represented Homer Plessy in the trial of Plessy v. Ferguson
Henry Clay Vedder (1873), Professor of church history, Crozer Theological Seminary and author of twenty-seven books
David Sloan Wilson (B.A. 1971), Professor of Biology and Anthropology, Binghamton University and noted author. Steven M. Weinreb (Ph.D. 1967) Russell and Mildred Marker Professor of Natural Products Chemistry Chair, Pennsylvania State University, developer of the Weinreb ketone synthesis.
Performing arts Edit
George Abbott (B.A. 1911), Broadway writer, producer, and director
Ron Carter (B.A. 1959), jazz double-bassist
William Dooley (B.A. 1954), operatic baritone
Doug Besterman (B.A. 1986), orchestrator and arranger
Frederick Fennell (B.A. 1937, M.A. 1939), conductor and promoter of the wind ensemble as a performing group
Renée Fleming (M.M. 1983), soprano opera singer
Robert Forster (B.A. 1964), nominated actor
Emil J. Kang (B.A. 1990), arts administrator, educator, and curator
Michael Kanfer (1980) Academy Award-winning visual effects artist for special effects
Chuck Mangione (B.M. 1963), jazz performer and composer
J. Greg Miller, horn player
Murray Miller, blues singer/musician
Anthony Dean Griffey (M.M. 2001), tenor opera singer
Debra Jo Rupp (B.A. 1974), actress
Tony Levin, bass player
Steve Gadd, drummer
Herve D. Wilkins (B.A.1866, M.A. 1870), organist and composer Lance Reddick (B.M.), Actor and musician
Steven Chu, (B.A. Math and B.S. Physics 1970), former United States Secretary of Energy, recipient of the 1997 "for development of methods to cool and trap atoms with laser light" Nobel Prize in Physics
Robert H. Conn, Assistant Secretary of the Navy (1981–1988)
Jacob Sloat Fassett, graduated in 1875, Member of the United States House of Representatives from New York
Mark Ferrandino, (B.A. 1999; M.A. 2000), Colorado House of Representatives 2007–Present
Vittorio Grilli, (Ph.D. 1986), Italy's Finance and Economy Minister ( Monti Cabinet)
Heather Higginbottom, (B.A. 1999), Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources (2013– 2017)
Mary Ellen Jones, (B.A., 1958, M.A.), former New York State senator
Lewis A. Kaplan, (A.B. 1966), Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
David T. Kearns, (B.A. 1952), former CEO of Xerox Corporation and former U.S. Deputy Secretary of Education
Kenneth Keating, U.S. Representative and Senator from New York
John Knight, (A.B. 1893), Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of New York
Lawrence Kudlow, (B.A. 1969), 12th Director of the National Economic Council, Associate Director of the Office of Management and Budget under President Ronald Reagan, CNBC host
Chris Lee, former Congressman, New York's 26th Congressional district.
Allison M. Macfarlane, (B.S. Geological Sciences 1986), former chair of the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (2012-2014) 
Cathy Minehan, (B.A. 1968), 12th President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Sereno E. Payne, graduated in 1864, Congressman, first House Majority Leader
Jimmie V. Reyna, (B.A. 1975), Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit 
Harlan Rippey, (A.B. 1898), Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of New York
Brian C. Roseboro, (B.A. 1981), Under Secretary of the Treasury for Domestic Finance under President George W. Bush
Dan Rosenthal, (B.A. 1988), Assistant to the President in the White House under Bill Clinton
Linda Rosenthal, (B.A. 1980), New York State Assembly 2006–Present, District 67
Robert D. Sack, (B.A. 1960), Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Josh Shapiro, (B.A. 1995), Attorney General of Pennsylvania 
Hu Sheng-cheng (M.A. 1967; Ph.D. 1970), Economist, Minister of the Council for Economic Planning and Development and Chairperson of the Financial Supervisory Commission (Taiwan)
Samuel S. Stratton (B.A. 1937), Member of the United States House of Representatives, Mayor of Schenectady, New York
Michael Telesca, (A.B. 1952), Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of New York
Albion Tourgee, (A.B. 1862), attorney for the petitioner in Plessy v. Ferguson
Ellsworth Van Graafeiland, (A.B. 1937), Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Tony Vargas (B.A. 2007), member of the Nebraska Legislature, State Senator 2016-Present, District 7
George F. Ward, (B.A.), former United States Ambassador to Namibia  Donald C. Winter, (B.S. 1969), Secretary of the Navy (2006–2009)
Francis Bellamy, (1876), wrote the original Pledge of Allegiance
Robert Leslie Conly, (B.A. English), author
Dudley Doust, sports journalist and author
Bill Kauffman, political journalist and author
Galway Kinnell, (M.A.), poet and Chancellor of the Academy of American Poets
Janet Maslin, (1970), film and music critic for The New York Times
Thomas Perry, (Ph.D Literature, 1974), mystery writer
Thomas Thackeray Swinburne, poet, composed the College's alma mater The Genesee John Kessel, (B.A. Physics & English 1972), author, editor, professor of creative writing
Science and technology Edit
John Clarke Slater (B.S. 1920), known for contributions to the theory of the electronic structure of atoms, molecules and solids, such as, Slater determinant, Slater's rules etc.
Bryce Bayer (M.S. 1960 Industrial Statistics), made contributions to the field of digital imaging and invented the Bayer filter
George Sudarshan (Ph.D. 1958 Physics), made contributions to the field of quantum optics and advanced the idea of the theoretical tachyon
Robert Dicke (Ph.D. 1939), inventor of lock-in amplifier, and who made contributions to the fields of astrophysics, atomic physics, cosmology and gravity
Lloyd Conover (Ph.D. 1950), inventor of tetracycline and the first to make an antibiotic by chemically modifying a naturally produced drug
Stan Frankel (Ph.D. 1942), Manhattan Project scientist and computer designer
Amit Goyal (Ph.D. 1991), Corporate Fellow & Distinguished Scientist and Distinguished Inventor, Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Rochester Distinguished Scholar Medal recipient
Elon Howard Eton (B.A. 1890), Ornithologist
Edward Gibson (B.S. 1959), former NASA astronaut who set an American record for space travel with 84 days in orbit
Shawn Domagal-Goldman (M.S.), Astrobiologist at NASA
G.K. Gilbert (1862), geologist and Wollaston Medal recipient
Donald Henderson (M.D. 1954), physician and epidemiologist
Jeannette Klute (B.S.) - Kodak research photographer who helped develop the Dye-transfer process and demonstrated color photography as an art form
Jay Last (B.S. 1951), member of the Traitorous eight that founded Silicon Valley
J.C.R. Licklider (Ph.D. 1942), psychologist and computer science visionary, father of the concept of a worldwide computer network or what came to be the Internet. Computing's Johnny Appleseed
Richard Locksley, (M.D. 1976), medical doctor, professor and researcher of infectious diseases at the University of California, San Francisco
William F. May (B.S. 1937), chemical engineer who co-founded the Film Society of Lincoln Center in 1969 
Kenneth Ouriel (M.D. 1977), medical researcher and prominent vascular surgeon who operated on Bob Dole   
Park Jong-sei (Ph.D.), head of South Korea's Food and Drug Administration from 1998 to 1999 
James A. Pawelczyk (B.S. 1982), NASA astronaut
Richard Rashid (M.S. 1977, Ph.D. 1980 Computer Science), invented the Mach operating system, currently head of Microsoft Research
Bruce Schneier (B.S. Physics 1985), computer security expert
Gary Starkweather (M.S. Optics 1966), inventor of the laser printer
Eric Topol (M.D. 1979), Scripps Health Chief Academic Officer, pioneer in cardiovascular medicine
Avie Tevanian (B.A. Math 1983), figure in the development of the NeXT Computer and its successor, Mac OS X at Apple
Joseph C. Wilson (B.A. 1931), Xerox founder who brought xerography to the world
Herbert York (B.S. and M.S.), Manhattan Project physicist
Corinna Cortes (Ph.D.), Danish computer scientist known for her contributions to machine learning. Head of Google Research, New York. Paris Kanellakis Award in 2008 for her work on support vector machines.
Haim Bodek (B.A. 1995 Math and Cognitive Science), developer of trading software Esther M. Conwell (M.S. 1945, Physics), chemist and physicist. Developed the Conwell-Weisskopf theory, which elucidates how electrons travel through semiconductors. Credited with revolutionizing modern computing.
Gerald Gitner (1968), former CEO of Trans World Airlines
Robert Goergen (1960), CEO of Blyth, Inc.
Richard Handler Chairman, CEO & President of Jefferies, Inc.
Dawne Hickton graduated 1979, Vice Chair, President, CEO of RTI International Metals 
Barry Meyer (1964), Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of Warner Bros. 
Paul Singer, founder and CEO of hedge fund Elliott Management Corporation and founder of the Paul E. Singer Family Foundation
Robert L. Stark (born 1951), American real estate developer and CEO of Stark Enterprises.
Gerald B. Zornow former Chairman of the Board of Eastman Kodak Company Chang Dae Hwan president of the Maeil Business Newspaper, South Korea's main business daily 
Suzanne Arms, author, photo-journalist, speaker, and activist on birthing issues
David Buckel, lawyer and environmental activist
Mariann Budde, diocesan bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington
Arunas A. Chesonis, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of PAETEC Holding Corp. 
Walter Cooper (scientist), research scientist, education reformer and civil rights activist
Paul Frommer (B.S. 1965), creator of Na'vi, the native language of the humanoid heroes in the film Avatar (film)
Jeremy Glick, passenger on United Airlines Flight 93
Harold Hodge, toxicologist
Naomie Kremer, Israeli-born American painter and video artist
Ris Lacoste, award-winning chef
Jennifer Roback Morse (PhD), founder of the Ruth Institute 
Nasser Saidi (Ph.D.), Lebanese cabinet minister and economist Mabel Sine Wadsworth, birth control activist Notable faculty Edit
Nobel laureates Edit
George Hoyt Whipple (Prof. 1914-1976), laureate (1934, physiology or medicine) Nobel
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)
Janet Catherine Berlo, art historian, Professor of Art History / Visual and Cultural Studies. 
Robert W. Boyd, optical physicist.
Douglas Crimp, art historian, Fanny Knapp Alexander Professor of Art History / Visual and Cultural Studies.
Stanley Engerman, economist/ historian, served as President of the Social Science History Association as well as President of the Economic History Association.
Richard Fenno, political scientist and former President of the American Political Science Association.
C. R. Hagen, Professor of theoretical physics, co-theorist of Higgs boson and Higgs mechanism. Recipient of 2010 Sakurai for Theoretical Particle Physics. Prize
Robert L. Holmes, Secular pacifist and expert on nonviolent action.
Th. Emil Homerin, Arabic Literature/Islamic Studies scholar, Professor of Religion, and former Chair of the Department of Religion and Classics. 
Steven Landsburg, economist, magazine columnist and popular author on microeconomics. Slate
Joseph Neisendorfer, mathematician.
Stephen Roessner, Grammy-Award winning audio engineer.
Walter Oi, Labor economist, member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
H. Allen Orr, University Professor of Biology, winner of the Darwin–Wallace Medal awarded every 50 years for outstanding contributions in evolutionary biology.
Michael L. Scott, computer scientist and winner of the Edsger W. Dijkstra . Prize in Distributed Computing
Carlos Stroud, Professor of Optics and of Physics and Astronomy, pioneer in the field of quantum optics.
Emil Wolf, physicist and co-author, along with Max Born, of one of the standard textbooks of optics, . Also predicted Principles of Optics Wolf effect.
Ching W. Tang, chemist, inventor of Organic light-emitting diode and heterojunction organic solar cells, member of  National Academy of Engineering, recipient of 2011 Wolf . Prize in Chemistry
Lionel W. McKenzie, economist, general equilibrium, co-creator of the Arrow–Debreu–McKenzie model.
Stephen Burns, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, original architect of NASTRAN structural analysis software 
Joseph H. Eberly, Andrew Carnegie Professor of Physics and Optics. Past president of Optics Society of America, and winner of Townes Award.
Daven Presgraves, Associate Professor of Biology. Winner of Dobzhansky Prize in Evolutionary Biology.
Edward L. Deci, Professor of Psychology, Gowen Professor in the Social Sciences. Co-founder of self-determination theory (SDT) with Richard Ryan.
Esther Conwell, Professor of Chemistry and Physics. Winner of the National Medal of Science and member of both the National Academy of Science and National Academy of Engineering. 
Henry Kautz, Professor of Computer Science, former AAAI President and member of their editorial board.
Lynne E. Maquat, J. Lowell Orbison Endowed Chair and Professor of Biochemistry & Biophysics and of Oncology. Winner of the 2015 Canada Gairdner International Award, the 2017 Vanderbilt Prize in Biomedical Science, the 2018 Wiley , and member of the National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Medicine. Prize in Biomedical Sciences Wolf V. Vishniac, microbiologist, developer of the "Wolf Trap" designed to search for life on Mars. Heads of the University of Rochester  Edit References Edit
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