List of Silliman University people

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Since 1901, Silliman University has produced thousands of graduates from early childhood (pre-elementary) up to the undergraduate and graduate levels. This is a list of notable people affiliated with the university, including current and former faculty members, alumni and people who have been conferred honorary degrees. People affiliated with Silliman University are called Sillimanians.


Alumni[edit]

Name Degree(s) taken in Silliman Notability Reference
Angel Alcala B.S. Biology Marine Scientist; Secretary of the DENR; Ramon Magsaysay Awardee for Public Service; 15th Most Trusted Filipino
[1][2]
Manuel Almagro H.S. 1950 An architect who participated in various restoration projects such as the restoration of the Statue of Liberty
[3]
Merlie Alunan M.A. Creative Writing 1975 Seven-time Palanca Awardee
[4][5]
Juanita Amatong B.S.B.A., 1954 Secretary of Finance; World Bank Executive Director
[6]
Victor Amoroso B.S. Biology 1973 Multi-Awarded Scientist
[7]
Maria Elcon Cabasag B.M. Major in Voice 1973 Multi-Awarded Scientist
[7]
Jose V. Andrada H.S. 1925 Commodore of the Philippine Navy
[8]
César Ruiz Aquino PhD Four-time Palanca Awardee and 2009 Free Press Literary Awardee
[9][10][11]
George Arnaiz A.B. Pol.Sci. 1978, LL.B 1982 Former Governor and current Congressman, 2nd Congressional District, Province of Negros Oriental 3 term Provincial Board Member
[12][13]
Kira Danganan-Azucena Acting Consul General, Philippine Consulate in Hong Kong
[14]
Ibrahim Bahjin Pre-med Sultan of North Borneo and Sulu; Outstanding Medical Doctor
[15][16]
Dilok Balakanich A.A. 1931 Colonel of the Thai Army, and Head of the Academic Division of the Thai Military Academy
[8]
Ricardo Balbido, Jr. B.S.B.A. President and CEO, Philippine Veterans Bank
[17][18]
Petit Baldado LL.B Former Vice-Governor, Province of Negros Oriental
Pedro A. Bandoquillo H.S. 1921 Governor, Province of Negros Oriental
[8]
Robert Barbers A.B. Pol.Sci. Senator of the Philippines
[19]
Kenneth E. Bauzon A.B. Pol.Sci. Professor, Old Dominion University; Visiting Professor, Lafayette University, Wilkes University, and Yeshiva University
[20]
Henry Otley Beyer Doctor of Science honoris causa 1959 American Anthropologist
[21]
Jacinto Borja H.S. 1923, A.A. 1927 Philippine Ambassador to the United Nations
[8]
Leonor Briones B.S.B.A Former Secretary to the Commission on Audit (Philippines), National Treasurer, Presidential Adviser for Social Development, and VP for Finance of the University of the Philippines
[22]
Josue L. Cadiao A.A. 1936, LL.B 1937-39 Governor, Province of Antique
[8]
Marcos M. Calo A.A. 1934, LL.B 1938 Congressman, Agusan (now Agusan del Norte and del Sur)
[8]
Rodolfo Caños Theology 1938-39 Undersecretary, Department of Health
[8]
Rolando del Carmen A.B. 1953, LL.B 1956 Professor, College of Criminal Justice, Sam Houston State University
[23]
Ian R. Casocot B.A. Mass Communication Four-time Palanca Awardee; Correspondent, Philippine Daily Inquirer
[24][25]
Mariano Castañeda H.S. 1915 Chief of Staff, Armed Forces of the Philippines
[8]
Gonzalo O. Catan, Jr. Associate in Agriculture 1957 Founder, MAPECON Philippines
[26]
Jennifer Chan Elem. 1977, H.S. 1982 Olympian and SEA Games Gold Medalist
[27][28][29]
Priscilla L. Chiongbian H.S. 1941 Governor, Province of Saranggani
[30][31]
William L. Chiongbian Elem. and H.S. 1929-35 Congressman, Misamis Occidental
[8]
Bonifacio Comandante, Jr. M.S. Coastal Resource Management, PhD Marine Biology Inventor of Live Fish Transport without Water Technology; Recipient, Best International Business Award from the University of San Francisco; President and Chairman of Buhi International Group
[32][33]
MacArthur F. Corsino B.S. Education 1966; M.A. Philippine Ambassador
[34]
Horacio de la Costa Doctor of Humanities honoris causa 1976 Historian and First Filipino Provincial Superior of the Jesuits (Society of Jesus) in the Philippines
[35]
Frederick Deal Elem. 1960, H.S. 1964, B.S. Chem. 1968 CEO, Isla Communications Co., Inc.
[36][37]
Ernesto Damian A.A. 1935, LL.B 1939 Philippine Vice-Consul at Seattle, Washington
[8]
Roel Degamo B.S.M.E. 1989 Current Governor, Province of Negros Oriental
[38]
Claire Delfin B.A. Mass Communication 1999 Reporter, GMA News Channel; International Awardee, 2007 Global Media Awards
[39][40]
Leoncio P. Deriada Ph.D. in English and Literature Palanca Hall of Famer, won 13 Palanca Awards for Literature
[41][42]
Isaias P. Dicdican B.A. 1966 Associate Justice, Court of Appeals; Awardee, Certificate of Recognition by the Philippine Judges Association
[43][44]
Jesus Elbinias A.A., LL.B Presiding Justice of the Philippine Court of Appeals and first Chancellor of the Department of Justice Academy.
[45][46]
Manuel E. Escudero A.A. 1936 Consultant in Psychology, World Health Organization
[8]
Marjorie Evasco-Pernia M.A. English Creative Writing 1982 2009 Free Press Literary Awardee
[10][47]
William P. Fenn Doctor of Education 1969 General Secretary, United Board for Christian Higher Education in Asia
[48]
Felicisimo Feria Elem. (one of the original 15 students) Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court
[8]
Inocencio V. Ferrer A.A. 1934 Congressman, 2nd Congressional District, Negros Occidental
[8]
Mylene Freires B.S. Nursing 1992 First Filipino to receive the Mary Seacole Development Award
[49][50][51]
Carlos P. Garcia Pre-Law 1916-18 President of the Philippines
[52]
Romulo Garovillo H.S. 1931, A.A. 1933, LL.B 1940 Governor, Province of Zamboanga del Norte, 1956-60
[8]
John Gokongwei, Sr. H.S. 1913 Philippine business magnate
[53]
Beauty Gonzalez A.B. Actress and ex-PBB teen contestant
[54]
Kathleen Heceta LL.B 1962 Former Commissioner, National Telecommunications Commission
[55]
Hall Hibbard Elem. 1917 Former executive of the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation
[8]
Mariano M. Ilano A.B. 1912 First Filipino allowed to practice law in the State of California
[8]
Junix Inocian Theater Arts 1975 International stage and movie actor
[56]
Bret Jackson H.S. 2008, Medical Technology Participant, PBB International 2010
[57][58]
Cesar Jalosjos B.S.C.E. 1977 Congressman, 3rd District, Zamboanga del Norte
[59]
Emilio Javier A.B. 1915 Author of law books, Founder of the Silliman University College of Law
[8]
Mark Javier B.S. Info.Tech. Archer, 2008 Beijing Olympics
Ray Jimenez B.S. Psych. 1974 Chief Learning Architect and Founder of Vignettes Learning and Vignettes for Training, Inc.
[60]
Gilopez Kabayao Elem. 1938-39 2nd Prize, International Violin Competition, Academia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Rome (1952); Ramon Magsaysay Awardee for Public Service (1972); Presidential Award of Merit (1969)
[61][62]
Eusebio Kho H.S. 1952, Pre-Med 1955 Multi-awarded Filipino medical doctor and researcher
[63]
Arthur D. Lim Pre-law National President, Integrated Bar of the Philippines
[64][65]
Roseller T. Lim A.A. 1935, LL.B 1939 Senator of the Philippines
[8][66][67]
Jocelyn Limkaichong H.S. Congresswoman, 1st Congressional District, Negros Oriental
[68]
Don Eugenio Lopez,Sr. LL.D honoris causa 1971 Founder, Lopez Group of Companies
[69][70]
Lamberto L. Macias H.S. 1921, A.A. 1923 Congressman, 1st Congressional District, Negros Oriental
[8]
Emilio Macias II H.S. 1950; A.A. 1952 Governor, Province of Negros Oriental
[71][72]
Jojo Magbanua H.S. One of twenty four Filipino Boy Scouts who perished in an airplane crash on their way to the 11th World Jamboree in Marathon, Greece
[73]
Reuel Norman O. Marigza Master of Theology General Secretary, United Church of Christ in the Philippines
[74]
Winston Maxino H.S., A.B.Pol.Sci Happiest Pinoy Awardee; Chief Operating Officer, Hooven Philippines
[75][76]
Wilson Mendoza BS Chemistry 1999 The only Filipino in the science team that took part in the largest and longest US expedition to Antarctica through the Southern Ocean Oceanographic Expedition
[77]
Paula Obañana Elem., H.S. Winner of several gold medals in the Palarong Pambansa (National Games) in 1995-1997, and the Arafura Games held in Darwin, Australia in 2000
[78][79]
Eulogio C. Omictin BSE 1948 Lieutenant-Governor, Sub-Province of Siquijor
[8]
Philip Pichay Congressman, 1st District, Surigao del Sur
[80][81]
Paul Pfeiffer Elem. 1978, H.S. 1982 Multi-awarded American video artist
[82][83]
Marcial R. Pimentel LL.B 1949 Congressman, Camarines Norte
[8]
Luz Sobong Porter B.S. Nursing Professor Emerita, Florida University
[84]
Prakit Pradipasen B.S.B.A. Thai Banker (Senior Executive Vice-President of the Siam Commercial Bank)
[85][86][87]
Aurelio Ramos B.S. Mathematics President, Berea Arts and Sciences High School; Director, Loyola Student Center
[88][89]
Fidel Ramos Doctor of Humanities honoris causa 1993 President of the Philippines
[90]
Jose A. Ravello Olympian
[91]
Edilberto D. Redoña B.S. in Agriculture Senior Scientist, International Rice Research Institute (IRRI); Deputy Executive Director, Philippine Rice Research Institute
[92][93]
Ina Reformina H.S. Reporter, ABS-CBN News and Current Affairs; Awardee, Best Female Reporter
[94]
Felipe Antonio Remollo H.S. 1977, A.B. Pol.Sci 1981 CEO, Clark Development Corporation; Senior Vice-President, Prudential Guarantee & Assurance, Inc. and former City Mayor of Dumaguete City
[95][96][97][98]
Francisco E.F. Remotigue H.S. 1927-28 Governor, Province of Cebu
[8]
Ben Rodriguez B.A. Journalism Former Editor-in-Chief, Manila Bulletin
[99]
Miguel Romero H.S. 1956, College 1958 Director, Development Bank of the Philippines; Congressman, 2nd Congressional District, Negros Oriental
[100][101]
Eddie Romero Elem. 1936, H.S. 1940 National Artist for Cinema and Broadcast Arts (2003)
[102][103][104]
Rachael Marie B. Rosario B.S.M.T. Executive Director and Corporate Secretary, Philippine Cancer Society
[105]
Leopoldo Ruiz A.B. 1916 Philippine Consul-General at Chicago, U.S.A.
[8]
Vincenzo A. Sagun H.S. 1947, A.A. 1949, LL.B 1953 Congressman, Zamboanga del Sur
[8]
Vicente Sinco A.B. 1917, LL.D honoris causa President of the University of the Philippines, Philippine Signatory of the U.N. Charter, and Founder of Foundation University
[106]
Lakambini Sitoy B.S., M.A. Nine-time Palanca Award winner,[107] 2009 Free Press Literary Awardee
[10][108]
Gerrit Siwabessy L.H.D. honoris causa 1974 Health Minister, Indonesia
[109]
Enrique Sobrepeña, Jr. A.B. 1949 President and CEO, College Assurance Plan (CAP)
[110][111]
Francisco D. Somera B.S. Agriculture 1961, Divinity 1967 U.S. Army Chaplain (Colonel) and recipient of various U.S. Military awards
[20]
Julio Sy H.S. 1950 Philippine business magnate
[112][113]
Benjamin N. Tabios H.S. 1938, A.A. 1940 Undersecretary, Department of Industry
[8]
Alfredo Flores Tadiar A.A., A.B., LL.B Father of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in the Philippines
[114][115]
Rafael Cresencio Tan, Jr. LL.B 1988 Trial court judge and national awardee of the 7th Dr. Jose Rizal Awards for Excellence for Outstanding Chinese-Filipinos
[116]
Edmund C. Tan B.S.B.A. Commodore (Rear Admiral), Philippine Coast Guard
[117]
Kitty Taniguchi College 1978 Renowned international artist
[118]
Maria Taniguchi H.S. A multi-awarded Artist.
[119]
Lorenzo G. Teves A.A. 1938, LL.B 1946 Senator of the Philippines (1966–1972); Representative, 1st District of Negros Oriental (1954–1966); Governor, Province of Negros Oriental (1978–1987)
[120][121]
[122]
Julian L. Teves Elem. 1911 Governor, Province of Negros Oriental
[8] Mayor Bais City
Serafin L. Teves Elem and H.S. 1908-18 Governor, Province of Negros Oriental
[61][123]
Mayor Bais City
Edith Tiempo BSE Education 1947 National Artist for Literature (1999); Founder, Silliman National Writers Workshop
[72][124]
Simeon Toribio A.B. Filipino Olympian and Congressman
[8]
William Torres College 1951-53 "Father of Philippine Internet" and co-founder of Mozaic Corporation
[125][126]
Rene Tuballa College Founder of Insular Technologies Inc., a company that introduced the first electric car in the Philippines
[127][128]
Alberto Q. Ubay H.S. 1929, A.A. 1931 Congressman, Zamboanga del Norte
[8]
Wilfred Steven Uytengsu, Sr. H.S. 1946, Doctor of Humanities honoris causa 2007 Founder and Chairman, Alaska Milk Corporation
[129][130]
Gonzalo T. Vales A.B. 1913 Co-founder and former Dean, Mapua Institute of Technology; Founder, Polytechnic Colleges of the Philippines
[8][131]
Ismael L. Veloso Pre-Law 1929-30 Congressman, Davao
[8]
Antonio Villamor A.A. 1953 Philippine Ambassador
[132]
Hector Villanueva H.S. 1962 Mayor, Bais City, Negros Oriental
[133]
Raymundo Villanueva H.S. 1922, A.A. 1924 Philippine Consular Attache at London, England
[8]
Guillermo Z. Villanueva A.B. 1912 Governor, Province of Negros Oriental
[8]
Cornelio Villareal A.B. 1924, LL.D honoris causa 1964 Speaker of the House, Congress of the Philippines; President of the Liberal Party
[134]
Jean S. Yan H.S. 1963, B.S.N. 1970 Chief Scientist, World Health Organization (Nursing and Midwifery)
[135][136]
Roman T. Yap H.S. 1948 Served as President or Chairperson of the Alaska Trading Company, Central Marketing Corporation, and the Makati Agro Trading in Manila
[137][138]
Lisa Ygnalaga Archer, 1988 Seoul Olympics
[139][140]
Pedro Ylagan A.B. 1913 Member of the Code Commission that drafted the Civil Code of the Philippines
[8][141]
Nicanor Yñiguez A.A. 1935 Congressman, Southern Leyte
[8]
Priscilla Magdamo Abraham HS '1949, Biology 1956, Music 1953 Singer, Columbia and Vox(Gregg Smith-Grammy winner), author arranger, collection Philippine folk song
[8]

Professors[edit]

Name Positions held / Career / Achievement Relationship to
Silliman University
Reference
George W. Beran Developed a rabies vaccine for dogs that gave three-year immunity instead of the traditional one-year immunity.
The model he developed was later on used by other countries in fighting the rabies virus.
Professor and researcher
(Van Houweling Research Laboratory)
[142][143]
Jonah Lim Professor, film director and Best Foreign Film Awardee. Professor (Mass Communication)
[144][145]
David Padilla American Fulbright professor on International Human Rights Law and former legal counsel
for the Organization of American States (OAS). He previously served as consultant and
Fulbright senior specialist in Asia and Africa
Professor (Law)
[146]
Edilberto Tiempo Filipino writer, professor and founder of the Silliman National Writers Workshop Professor (Literature)
[147][148]

Presidents of Silliman[edit]

Name Tenure Alma Mater Reference
David S. Hibbard, M.A., Ll.D, Ph.D 1901–1930 Princeton University
[149][150]
Roy H. Brown, D.D. 1932–1936 Park University
[151]
Arthur L. Carson, Ph.D. 1939–1953 Cornell University
[152]
Leopoldo T. Ruiz, Ph.D. 1953–1961 Columbia University and Yale University
[153]
Cicero D. Calderon, J.S.D. 1962–1971 Yale University
[154]
Quintin S. Doromal, M.A. 1973–1982 Harvard University
[155][156]
Venancio D. Aldecoa, Jr., Ll.B. 1983–1986 Silliman University
[157]
Pedro V. Flores, Ed.D. 1987–1989 Pennsylvania State University
[158]
Angel C. Alcala, Ph.D. 1991–1992 Stanford University
[159]
Mervyn J. Misajon, Ph.D. 1994–1996 Michigan State University
[160]
Agustin A. Pulido, Ph.D. 1996–2006 Indiana State University
[161]
Ben S. Malayang III, Ph.D. 2006–Present Ohio University and University of California, Berkeley
[162]

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