List of Auburn University people

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The list of Auburn University people includes notable alumni, faculty, and former students of Auburn University.


Notable People[edit]

  • The following alumni, faculty, and former students of Auburn University are presumed to be notable as he or she has received significant coverage in multiple published, secondary sources which are reliable, intellectually independent of each other and independent of the subject. Notability on Wikipedia

Academia[edit]

Architecture, Design & Construction[edit]

Arts and Humanities[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Business and economics[edit]

Coaches[edit]

  • Ralph "Shug" Jordan (1932); Coach of Auburn Tigers Football Team 1951-1975. Most wins in Auburn history, including 1957 perfect 10-0 season and 1957 National Championship.
  • Vince Dooley (1954 M. His 1963); University of Georgia Head Football Coach 1964-1988, Athletic Director 1979-2004
  • Tim Beckman (1989 M.A.) Head Football Coach at University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign
  • Erk Russell (1946 B.A.) (1949 M.A) Football Coach at Georgia Southern 1981-1989 1989 Georgia Southern 15-0 one of only two teams since 1900 to have a 15-0 record in D-IA/FBS D-IAA/FCS
  • Tim Stowers (1980 B.S. 1982 M.E.) Football Coach at Georgia Southern 1990-1995 1990 I-AA/FCS National Champions Kodak National Coach of the Year 1993 Southern Conference Champions & Southern Conference Coach of the Year & University of Rhode Island 2000-2007 2001 A-10/CAA Co-Coach of the Year
  • Beverly Kearney (1981) head women's track and field Coach University of Texas

Government and Politics[edit]

Science and engineering[edit]

Other notable alumni[edit]

Notable students who attended but did not graduate[edit]

Faculty[edit]

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