List of Drexel University alumni

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The 1916 class of senior chemist students were among the first graduates to earn a bachelor's degree.

Drexel University is a private university located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The 16th largest private university in the nation,[1] Drexel is made up of nine colleges and four schools,[2] most of which serve both undergraduate and graduate students. It offers 96 undergraduate degree programs, 88 master's programs, and 35 doctoral programs.[3] Drexel was founded as a technical school in 1891 for the "improvement of industrial education as a means of opening better and wider avenues of employment to young men and women."[4] Drexel began awarding undergraduate degrees in 1914, starting with the Bachelor of Science in engineering; before that, Drexel granted certificates or diplomas in the field of enrollment. In 1931, Drexel began offering graduate degrees through the School of Home Economics.[5]

Since its founding the university has graduated over 100,000 alumni.[6] Certificate-earning alumni such as artist Violet Oakley and illustrator Frank Schoonover reflect the early emphasis on art as part of the university's curriculum.[7] With World War II, the university's technical programs swelled, and as a result Drexel graduated alumni such as Paul Baran, one of the founding fathers of the Internet and one of the inventors of the packet switching network, and Norman Joseph Woodland the inventor of barcode technology.[8] In addition to its emphasis on technology Drexel has graduated several notable athletes such as National Basketball Association (NBA) basketball players Michael Anderson and Malik Rose, and several notable business people such as Raj Gupta, former President and Chief executive officer (CEO) of Rohm and Haas, and Kenneth C. Dahlberg, former CEO of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC).

Notable alumni[edit]

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Degree abbreviations

Business[edit]

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Steven Snyder, class of 1976
Name Grad year Degree Notability Ref(s)
Ayer, RamaniRamani Ayer
1973
PhD
Former CEO of The Hartford Financial Services [9][10]
Boscov, AlbertAlbert Boscov
1952
CEO of Boscov's [11][12]
Browne, John C.John C. Browne
1965
BS
Former Director of the Los Alamos National Laboratory [13]
Dahlberg, Kenneth C.Kenneth C. Dahlberg
1967
BS
Former CEO of SAIC and previously Executive Vice President of General Dynamics [14]
Dash, RanjanRanjan Dash
2006
MBA
Founder and CEO of Y-Carbon [15][16]
Garzarelli, ElaineElaine Garzarelli
1969
1977
BS
MBA
Financial analyst credited with predicting Black Monday, the stock market crash of 1987 [17]
Gupta, RajRaj Gupta
1972
MBA
Former President and CEO of Rohm and Haas [18]
LeBow, Bennett S.Bennett S. LeBow
1960
BS
Former CEO and Chairman of the Board of Borders Group and Chairman of the Board of Vector Group [19]
Mianheng, JiangJiang Mianheng
1991
PhD
Vice President of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and co-founder of Grace Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation [20]
Dorcas Bates Reilly
1947
BS
Invented the Green bean casserole while working as a staff member in the home economics department of the Campbell Soup Company. [21]
Ross, George M.George M. Ross
1955
BS
Former Goldman Sachs manager, major Jewish philanthropist. [22]
Snyder, StevenSteven Snyder
1976
BS
Former CEO of Net Perceptions [23]

Humanities[edit]

Architects[edit]

Name Grad year Degree Notability Ref(s)
Arellano, Juan M.Juan M. Arellano
1911
Cert
Filipino architect who designed the Manila Metropolitan Theater [24][25]
Ellington, DouglasDouglas Ellington
1912
Cert
American architect known for his work in the Art Deco style and the first American to win the Rougevin prize [25][26]
Weaver, RudolphRudolph Weaver
1905
1919
Cert
BS
American architect, founding dean of three architecture schools and official architect for two universities and one state system of three universities [25]

Arts and entertainment[edit]

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Violet Oakley, class of 1948
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Jack Wall, class of 1986
Name Grad year Degree Notability Ref(s)
Barris, ChuckChuck Barris
1953
BS
Entertainer; creator of The Gong Show [27]
Benson, HowardHoward Benson
1980
BS
Grammy Award nominated music producer [28]
Kresh, DavidDavid Kresh
1966
MS
Poet and reference specialist at the Library of Congress [29]
McCracken, ElizabethElizabeth McCracken
1997
MS
Author of Here's Your Hat What's Your Hurry and professor of creative writing at the University of Texas at Austin [30]
McKendry, ChrisChris McKendry
1990
BS
ESPN anchor and journalist [31]
Munday, PatPat Munday
1978
BS
Author, professor, and environmentalist [32][33]
Oakley, VioletViolet Oakley
1948
Artist and the first woman to receive the Gold Medal of Honor from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts [34]
Parrish, MaxfieldMaxfield Parrish
1895
Cert
Early twentieth century artist whose works included illustrating Mother Goose in Prose and Collier's Weekly [35]
Raabe, MeinhardtMeinhardt Raabe
1970
MBA
Actor, known for his role as the Munchkin coroner in The Wizard of Oz [36]
Schoonover, FrankFrank Schoonover
1900
Cert
Illustrator for Hopalong Cassidy stories as well as the book A Princess of Mars [7][37]
Seidelman, SusanSusan Seidelman
1973
BS
Filmmaker whose film Smithereens was the first American independent film invited to compete at the 1982 Cannes Film Festival [38][39]
Snyder, CameronCameron Snyder
1941
Sportswriter, Dick McCann Memorial Award winner [40]
Stolfa, SarahSarah Stolfa
2005
BS
Photographer, won The New York Times Photography Contest for College Students in 2004 [41][42]
Trang, CorinneCorinne Trang
2003
BS
Award-winning author of several Asian themed cookbooks [43]
Wall, JackJack Wall
1986
BS
Video game music composer [44]
Wolownik, Stephen M.Stephen M. Wolownik
1989
MS
Pioneer in the Russian and Eastern European music community in the United States [45]

Education[edit]

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George Campbell Jr., class of 1968
Name Grad year Degree Notability Ref(s)
Behe, MichaelMichael Behe
1974
BS
Biochemist, professor, leading proponent of intelligent design, and a senior fellow of the Discovery Institute's Center for Science and Culture [46]
Campbell Jr., GeorgeGeorge Campbell Jr.
1968
BS
President of the Cooper Union [47]
Carnesale, AlbertAlbert Carnesale
1961
MS
Former Chancellor of the University of California, Los Angeles and former Provost of Harvard University [48]
Croneberger, RobertRobert Croneberger
1962
MS
Librarian, one of American Libraries' "100 of the Most Important Leaders We Had in the 20th Century" [49][50]
Fromm, EliEli Fromm
1962
1964
BS
MS
Gordon Prize winning research professor of engineering at Drexel University [51]
Kam, MosheMoshe Kam
1985
1987
MS
PhD
49th President of IEEE and Dean of the Newark College of Engineering [52]
Lee, Raphael CarlRaphael Carl Lee
1975
MS
Professor at the University of Chicago, surgeon, and 1981 MacArthur Fellow [53]
Liacouras, Peter J.Peter J. Liacouras
1953
BS
Former President and current Chancellor of Temple University [54]
Pennoni, CelestinoCelestino Pennoni
1963
1966
BS
MS
Former interim President of Drexel University from 1994–1995 and 2009–2010 [55]
Sabur, AliaAlia Sabur
2006
MS
Child prodigy and Guinness World Record holder for "Worlds Youngest Professor" [56]
Vining, Elizabeth GrayElizabeth Gray Vining
1925
BS
Former tutor to Emperor Akihito of Japan [57]

Medicine[edit]

The Drexel University College of Medicine retroactively considers graduates from all of the medical institutes that it has acquired to be alumni of the College of Medicine and Drexel University.[58] This includes MCP Hahnemann University (1993–2002), Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania (1850–1993), and Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia (1848–1993).[58]

DUCOM – Drexel University College of Medicine
HMC – Hahnemann Medical College
MCP – Medical College of Pennsylvania
WMCP – Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania
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Matilda Evans, class of 1897
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Kate Campbell Hurd-Mead, class of 1888
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Mary Corinna Putnam Jacobi, class of 1864
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Susan La Flesche Picotte, class of 1889
Name Grad year Degree College Notability Ref(s)
Barber, Isaac AmbroseIsaac Ambrose Barber
1872
MD
HMC
Physician and former Republican member of the United States House of Representatives from Maryland [59]
Bonsack, Rose Mary HatemRose Mary Hatem Bonsack
1960
MD
MCP
Physician, former Maryland delegate for Harford County, Maryland [60]
Canavan, MyrtelleMyrtelle Canavan
1905
MD
WMCP
One of the first female pathologists, Canavan disease was named after her [61]
Carhart, LeRoyLeRoy Carhart
1973
MD
HMC
Physician who participated in the Supreme Court cases Stenberg v. Carhart and Gonzales v. Carhart [62]
Cole, RebeccaRebecca Cole
1867
MD
WMCP
The second African American woman to become a physician in the United States [63]
Evans, MatildaMatilda Evans
1897
MD
WMCP
The first African American woman licensed to practice medicine in South Carolina [64]
Gary, Nancy E.Nancy E. Gary
1962
MD
WMCP
Executive Vice President of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and Dean of its F. Edward Hébert School of Medicine [65]
Griffith, HaroldHarold Griffith
1923
MD
HMC
Canadian anesthesiologist who introduced the use of ethylene and cyclopropane in anesthesiology [66]
Hameroff, StuartStuart Hameroff
1973
MD
HMC
Professor at the University of Arizona known for his study of consciousness [67]
Hill, Lillie Rosa MinokaLillie Rosa Minoka Hill
1899
MD
WMCP
Second female Native American physician [68]
Hornig, MadyMady Hornig
1988
MD
MCP
Psychiatrist and associate professor of epidemiology at Columbia University [69]
Hurd-Mead, Kate CampbellKate Campbell Hurd-Mead
1888
MD
WMCP
Obstetrician and author of A History of Women in Medicine: From the Earliest of Times to the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century [70]
Jacobi, Mary Corinna PutnamMary Corinna Putnam Jacobi
1864
MD
WMCP
First woman to become a member of the Académie Nationale de Médecine [71]
Johnson, Halle Tanner DillonHalle Tanner Dillon Johnson
1891
MD
WMCP
First female African-American physician in Alabama [72]
Joshi, Anandi GopalAnandi Gopal Joshi
1886
MD
WMCP
Second Indian female physician to earn a medical degree through training in Western medicine [73]
Kosik, Kenneth S.Kenneth S. Kosik
1976
MD
MCP
Author and researcher in neuroscience [74]
Michelson, Gary K.Gary K. Michelson
1975
MD
HMC
Spinal surgeon and inventor [75]
Picotte, Susan La FlescheSusan La Flesche Picotte
1889
MD
WMCP
First female Native American physician [76]
Robertson, PatriciaPatricia Robertson
1989
MD
MCP
Physician and astronaut [77]
Romig, Joseph H.Joseph H. Romig
1896
MD
HMC
Physician and one-term mayor of Anchorage, Alaska in 1937 [78][79]
Shipp, Ellis ReynoldsEllis Reynolds Shipp
1883
MD
WMCP
One of the first female physicians in Utah [80]
Swick, J. HowardJ. Howard Swick
1906
MD
HMC
Physician and former Republican member of the United States House of Representatives from Pennsylvania [81]
Thompson, AugustinAugustin Thompson
1867
MD
HMC
Physician and creator of Moxie [82]
Wicks, Robert J.Robert J. Wicks
1977
PhD
HMC
Clinical psychologist and author [83]
Zdrok, VictoriaVictoria Zdrok
1997
2003
MA
PhD
DUCOM
Model and sex columnist [84]

Politics and public service[edit]

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Ruth Hale, class of 1916
Name Grad year Degree Notability Ref(s)
Chiusano, Gary R.Gary R. Chiusano
1973
BS
New Jersey General Assembly assemblyman for the 24th legislative district [85]
Hale, RuthRuth Hale
1916
Found for women's rights in 1920s; member of the Algonquin Round Table [86][87]
Mack, Earle I.Earle I. Mack
1959
BS
Former United States ambassador to Finland, partner of The Mack Company, and award-winning film producer [88]
Maris, Albert BransonAlbert Branson Maris
1926
BS
Federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit [89]
Milliken, Jr., William H.William H. Milliken, Jr.
Former United States Congressman from Pennsylvania [90]
Musonge, Peter MafanyPeter Mafany Musonge
1967
BS
Former Prime Minister of Cameroon [8][91]
Ouattara, AlassaneAlassane Ouattara
1965
BS
Current President of Côte d'Ivoire [92][93]
Randolph, Arthur RaymondArthur Raymond Randolph
1966
BS
Federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit [94]
Riley, CelesteCeleste Riley
2002
MS
New Jersey General Assembly assemblywoman for the 3rd legislative district [95]
Sidhu, HarryHarry Sidhu
1978
BS
Deputy Chairman for the City Council of Anaheim, California [96]

Science and engineering[edit]

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Samuel P. De Bow, Jr., class of 1976
Name Grad year Degree Notability Ref(s)
Baran, PaulPaul Baran
1949
BS
One of the inventors of packet switching and a founding father of the Internet [97]
De Bow, Jr., Samuel P.Samuel P. De Bow, Jr.
1976
BS
Former rear admiral in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Commissioned Corps [98][99]
Eisenstein, BruceBruce Eisenstein
1965
MS
38th President of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers [100]
Geiger, David H.David H. Geiger
BS
Architect and engineer who invented the air-supported fabric roof system used in domed stadiums [101]
Golaski, WalterWalter Golaski
1946
BS
Developer of the first practical artificial blood vessel replacement [102]
Gold, HarryHarry Gold
1936
Cert
Laboratory chemist who was convicted of being the courier for a number of Soviet spy rings during the Manhattan Project [103][104]
Gruber, JohnJohn Gruber
1996
BS
Creator of the computer markup language Markdown and the website Daring Fireball [105]
Hall, JonJon Hall
1973
BS
Open source developer and advocate [106]
Honavar, VasantVasant Honavar
1984
MS
Director of the Iowa State University Artificial Intelligence Research Laboratory [107]
Kam, MosheMoshe Kam
1985
1987
MS
PhD
49th President of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers [108]
Maryanoff, Bruce E.Bruce E. Maryanoff
1969
1972
BS
PhD
Medicinal and organic chemist responsible for the drug Topiramate [109]
Maryanoff, Cynthia A.Cynthia A. Maryanoff
1972
BS
Organic and biomaterials chemist; winner of two American Chemical Society (ACS) National Awards [110]
Minkiewicz, ArleneArlene Minkiewicz
1988
MS
Chief scientist at PRICE Systems [111]
Nell, James G.James G. Nell
1961
BS
Engineer and systems integrator [112]
Silver, BernardBernard Silver
1947
BS
Early developer of barcode technology with Norman Joseph Woodland [113]
Woodland, Norman JosephNorman Joseph Woodland
1947
BS
Inventor of barcode technology [113]

NASA[edit]

Astronaut James P. Bagian's NASA portrait.
James P. Bagian, class of 1973
Name Grad year Degree Notability Ref(s)
Bagian, James P.James P. Bagian
1973
BS
Astronaut, physician, colonel in the United States Air Force Reserves, and the pararescue flight surgeon for the 939th Air Rescue Wing [114]
Ferguson, ChristopherChristopher Ferguson
1984
BS
American astronaut and pilot [115]
Richards, Paul W.Paul W. Richards
1987
BS
American astronaut and mechanical engineer [116]

Sports[edit]

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Jeff Parke, class of 2003
Name Grad year Degree Notability Ref(s)
Anderson, MichaelMichael Anderson
1988
BS
Former NBA player with the San Antonio Spurs [117]
Casciano, JimJim Casciano
1977
BS
Head men's basketball coach at the New Jersey Institute of Technology [118]
Castle, J. R.J. R. Castle
Former lacrosse player with the Philadelphia Wings [119]
Gerban, MarkMark Gerban
2003
BS
Represented the Palestinian Rowing Federation at the 2005-2007 World Rowing Championships, 16th place finish and highest world championship result of any Palestinian athlete [120]
Makovsky, ZachZach Makovsky
2006
B.S. Biology
wrestler; professional mixed martial arts fighter, currently competing in the Ultimate Fighting Championship [121]
Mărginean, GabrielaGabriela Mărginean
2010
BS
Women's National Basketball Association player formerly with the Minnesota Lynx [122]
Mohr, TravisTravis Mohr
2004
BS
Gold and silver medal winner in swimming events at the 2004 Summer Paralympics, holds one world record [123]
Parke, JeffJeff Parke
2003
Professional soccer player with the Seattle Sounders FC and previously with the Vancouver Whitecaps FC and New York Red Bulls [124][125]
Rose, MalikMalik Rose
1996
BS
Former NBA player with the Charlotte Hornets, the San Antonio Spurs, the New York Knicks, and the Oklahoma City Thunder [126][127]
Szefc, JohnJohn Szefc
1989
BA
College baseball coach at Marist and Maryland [128]

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