List of Iowa State University people - Wikipedia

List of Iowa State University people

This list includes notable alumni, non-matriculating, faculty, and staff of what is now Iowa State University (ISU).

AlumniEdit

AcademiaEdit

Art and designEdit

DesignEdit

  • Oshoke Pamela Abalu (born 1978), co-founder of The Love and Magic Company and former Chief Architect at MetLife,
  • Jeremy Caniglia (born 1970), Fine Arts B.F.A. 1993, illustrator of book covers for fantasy and horror genres.
  • Michael Mabry (born 1955), attended for only one year, graphic designer and illustrator[16]
  • Conde McCullough (1887–1946), civil engineering graduate in 1910, a noted bridge engineer and architect.[17]

Performing artsEdit

BusinessEdit

Government and politicsEdit

Presidents and vice-presidentsEdit

Executive council membersEdit

LegislatorsEdit

GovernorsEdit

AmbassadorsEdit

ActivistsEdit

Other governmentEdit

JournalismEdit

Pulitzer Prize winning journalistsEdit

Science and technologyEdit

Aerospace engineering and mechanical engineeringEdit

Agriculture sciences, plant sciences, and food scienceEdit

Chemistry and biochemistryEdit

Computer engineeringEdit

MathematicsEdit

Medical sciencesEdit

SportsEdit

BaseballEdit

BasketballEdit

FootballEdit

Mixed martial artsEdit

OlympicsEdit

TrackEdit

Cross CountryEdit

  • Lisa Uhl, four-time NCAA Division One champion, current NCAA record holder in the 10,000 meters

WrestlingEdit

UltramarathonEdit

  • Pete Kostelnick, 2015 1st Place Badwater 135 Ultramarathon, 23hr 27min 10sec

Notable faculty and staffEdit

Nobel laureatesEdit

Pulitzer PrizeEdit

Government and politicsEdit

ArtsEdit

LiteratureEdit

Visual artsEdit

Science and technologyEdit

Agriculture sciences, plant sciences, and food scienceEdit

 
Raymond Arritt in 2017

Chemistry and biochemistryEdit

Computer science and engineeringEdit

Military technologyEdit

MathematicsEdit

MedicineEdit

PhysicsEdit

SportsEdit

BasketballEdit

  • Larry Eustachy, former men's basketball coach, 2000 NCAA National Coach of the Year
  • Tim Floyd, former men's basketball coach with 81–49 record and first coach with three consecutive 20-win seasons.
  • Johnny Orr, the most successful coach in Iowa State and Michigan men's basketball history

FootballEdit

Martial artsEdit

  • Yong Chin Pak, Grandmaster, instructs taekwondo, hapkido, and judo

SociologyEdit

Presidents of Iowa State UniversityEdit

ReferencesEdit

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