List of University of Notre Dame alumni

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This list of the University of Notre Dame alumni, includes graduates, non-graduate former students, and current students of Notre Dame and its graduate and professional schools. Since the university's founding in 1842,[1] there have been 162 commencement exercises at the university.[2] Although only two degrees were awarded to the first class in 1849,[3] today the living alumni, known collectively as the "Fighting Irish", number near 120,000.[4]


Academia and Research[edit]

Educators[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Warren J. Baker 1960
MS 1962
President of California Polytechnic State University [5]
William Beauchamp M.Div. 1975
JD. 1981
President of the University of Portland and former executive Vice-President of Notre Dame [6]
James Brady 1959 Former president of Jacksonville University [7]
John C. Cavanaugh MA 1977
PhD 1978
President of the University of West Florida [8]
William Conroy 1953 Former president of New Mexico State University [9]
Thomas Day 1952 Former president of San Diego State University [10]
Charles J. Dougherty MA 1973
PhD 1975
President of Duquesne University [11]
Mathias F. Doyle 1968
PhD
Former president of St. Bonaventure University [12]
John H. Garvey 1970 President of The Catholic University of America [13]
Robert E. Glennen 1962
PhD
Former president of Emporia State University [14]
Philip A. Glotzbach 1972 President of Skidmore College [15]
James Gower Unknown Co-founder of the College of the Atlantic; Catholic priest and peace activist [16]
Theodore Hesburgh 1939 15th president of Notre Dame, Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient, and holds the world record for most honorary degrees received [17]
John I. Jenkins 1976
MA 1978
17th president of Notre Dame [18]
Milam Joseph 1959 Former president of the University of Dallas [19]
Stephen J. Kopp 1973 President of Marshall University [20]
Stanley R. Liberty 1965
MS 1968
PhD 1971
President of Kettering University [21]
Edward Malloy 1963
MA 1967
MA 1969
16th president of Notre Dame [22]
Michael McGinniss MA 1978
PhD 1981
President of La Salle University [23]
Joseph McGowan 1966
MA 1968
President of Bellarmine University [24]
William Medland 1968 Former president of Viterbo University [25]
Percy A. Pierre 1961
MS 1963
Former president of Prairie View A&M University [26]
Kevin P. Reilly 1971 President of the University of Wisconsin System [27]
Eugene P. Trani 1961 President of Virginia Commonwealth University [28]
Patrick Wagner 1963
MA 1967
MA 1969
Marist High School [22]
James W. Walker 1964 Former president of Moorpark College [29]
Stephen L. Weber 1969
PhD
President of San Diego State University [30]

Nobel Laureates[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
James E. Muller 1965 Co-founder of the International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War and co-recipient of the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize [31]
Eric F. Wieschaus 1969 Developmental biologist and recipient of the 1995 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine [32]

Professors, Scientists, Inventors and Researchers[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Sergio Bendixen 1970 President of Bendixen & Associates; recognized as the pre-eminent expert in Hispanic public opinion research in the United States and Latin America. [33]
G. Robert Blakey 1957
J.D. 1960
Principal draftsman of RICO, William J. and Dorothy K. O'Neill Professor of Law at the University of Notre Dame, and former chief counsel for the United States House Select Committee on Assassinations. [34]
John R. Cencich 2004
J.S.D. 2008
Former international war crimes investigator with the United Nations at The Hague; Professor and Director of the Institute of Criminological and Forensic Sciences at California University of Pennsylvania, a member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. [35]
Tom Flanagan 1965 Professor of political science at the University of Calgary and former campaign director of Canadian prime minister Stephen Harper [36]
William M. Fowler 1971
PhD
Professor of History at Northeastern University and former director of the Massachusetts Historical Society [37]
John William Goodwine 1988 Associate Professor and Department Chair of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Notre Dame [38]
Jean-Marie Grassin 1960, 1965 MA

as a Fulbright Scholar

Professor emeritus and former vice-president for international relations at the University of Limoges, France ; "doctorat d'État" from the Sorbonne (Paris IV) ; former president of the SFLGC (French Society of General and Comparative Literature) ; specialist of the theory of emergence in human sciences ; founder of the organization "Université de la Francophonie" ; coordinator of the French Doctoral School in Brazil ; commander (res.) in the French navy; general editor of the International Dictionary of Literary Terms (DITL). Commandeur, Ordre des Palmes académiques (France). [39]
G. Simon Harak MA
PhD 1986
Professor of theology at Marquette University and peace activist [40]
James Massey 1956 Former professor of digital technology, information theorist, and cryptographer [41]
Charles W. Misner 1952 Theoretical physicist, author of "Gravitation" [42]
William J. Mitsch 1969 Distinguished Professor of Environment and Natural Resources, The Ohio State University; 2004 Stockholm Water Prize laureate; Wetland scientist; author of "Wetlands"; pioneer of ecological engineering; founder and director, Olentangy River Wetland Research Park [43]
John Murphy 1969 Inventor of ARCnet, the first LAN
Julius Nieuwland 1899 Inventor of neoprene [44]
James Otteson 1990 Director of the Honors Program and professor of philosophy at Yeshiva University, winner of 2007 Templeton Enterprise Award [45]
Charles Pell MFA 1987 Co-Founder, Chief Science Officer at Physcient, Inc.; Speaker TEDMED 2011; Co-Founder, Dir. of S&T at Nekton Research (sold to iRobot); Dir., BioDesign Studio at Duke University; Inventor of robotic technology for surgical, maritime defense and pharmaceutical fields [46]
Chet Raymo 1958
PhD 1964
Professor of physics at Stonehill College, author, and naturalist [47]
Tad Schmaltz 1988
PhD
Professor of philosophy at Duke University [48]
Sean B. Seymore PhD 2001, J.D. 2006 Professor of Law and Chemistry at Vanderbilt University [49]
John J. Shea, Jr. 1943 Inventor of several ear surgery techniques [50]
Joseph Skelly 1985 Professor of History at the College of Mount Saint Vincent, Author, Army officer & Iraq War veteran, contributor to National Review [51]
Nancy Snow 1988 Professor of Philosophy at Marquette University
Jeffrey Vitter 1977 Provost at University of Kansas [52]
Lawrence P. Sullivan 1953 Professor Emeritus of Physiology at the University of Kansas School of Medicine, performed research on renal electrolyte transport and polycystic kidney disease; Author of a medical school textbook on renal physiology
Jeffrey Vitter 1977 Provost at University of Kansas [52]
John Augustine Zahm 1871 Biologist and author who worked on reconciling theology and evolution [53]

Art and Architecture[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Thom Browne 1988 Fashion designer [54]
John Burgee 1956 Award-winning architect [55]
Frank Ching 1966 Award-winning architect and author on architecture and design [56]
Marianne Cusato 1997 Architecture critic and theorist [57]
David Hayes 1953 Sculptor [58]
Ricardo Alvarez-Diaz 1996 Award-winning Puerto Rican Architect [59]
Theresa Rebeck 1980 Award-winning Playwright [60]
Jennifer Niederst Robbins 1987 Web designer [61]

Business[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Salem Abraham 1987 Futures trader and hedge fund operator in Canadian, Texas [62]
Jim Andrews 1957 Co-founder of the Universal Press Syndicate [63]
James Berges 1969 Former president of Emerson Electric Company [64]

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Luis Narvaez 2009 Global Operations Director for Emerson [65]
Paul Charron 1964 Former CEO of Liz Claiborne [65]
Mike Crowley 1985 President of the Oakland Athletics [66]
Edward J. DeBartolo, Jr. 1968 Businessman and former owner of the San Francisco 49ers [67]
Edward J. DeBartolo, Sr. Businessman and shopping mall pioneer [68]
Alfred Decrane, Jr. 1953 Former CEO of Texaco [69]
William J. DeLaney III 1977 CEO of Sysco [70]
Larry Dolan 1955
JD. 1956
President of the Cleveland Indians [71]
Anthony Earley, Jr. 1971
MS 1979
JD. 1979
Former CEO of DTE Energy [72]
Jim Fitzgerald 1947 Former owner of the Milwaukee Bucks and Golden State Warriors [10]
Cyrus F. Freidheim 1957 Former CEO of Chiquita Brands International [73]
Joe Garagiola, Jr. 1972 Vice President of baseball operations for Major League Baseball [74]
Diane Gulyas 1978 Vice-president of DuPont and named one of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Business by Fortune [75]
Dan Hesse 1975 CEO of Sprint Nextel Corporation [76]
Geoffrey P. Hunt 1973 Senior Vice President of Osram Sylvania [77]
Harry G. John 1941 Former president of the Miller Brewing Company and founder of the De Rance Corporation [78]
John McMeel 1957 Co-founder of Universal Press Syndicate [63]
Tom Mendoza 1973 Vice Chairman of NetApp [79]
Matty Moroun 1949 Owner of the Ambassador Bridge border crossing between Detroit and Windsor [80]
Vince Naimoli 1959 Chairman, Tampa Bay Rays baseball team [81]
Steve Odland 1980 Former CEO of Office Depot [82]
William J. O'Neill 1928 CEO Leasway Transportation
Ted Phillips 1979 President and chief executive officer of the Chicago Bears [83]
Philip J. Purcell 1964 Former CEO of Morgan Stanley [84]
Brian Moynihan 1985
JD
Current CEO of Bank of America
Jim Rohr 1970 CEO of PNC Financial Services
John A. Schneider 1948 Former president of CBS [10]
Hubert Schoemaker Co-founder of Centocor [85]
Keith Sherin 1981 Chief Financial Officer at General Electric [86]
Max Siegel 1986
JD 1992
President of global operations of Dale Earnhardt, Inc. [87]
Emerson Spartz 2009 Media mogul and Founder of MuggleNet, GivesMeHope [88]
John York 1971 Co-owner of the San Francisco 49ers [89]

Entertainment[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Brendan Bayliss 1998 Musician, lead singer for Umphrey's McGee [90]
Tony Bill 1962 Actor and Academy Award winning film producer [91]
Patrick Creadon 1989 Documentary filmmaker, director of Wordplay and I.O.U.S.A. [92]
Joel Cummins 1998 Musician, keyboardist for Umphrey's McGee [90]
Anne Heaton 1994 Folk musician [93]
Luigi Jannuzzi 1977 Playwright [94]
Brian Kelly 1953 Actor best known for his role on Flipper [95]
Bernard Lechowick 1969 Television writer and producer [96]
Ted Leo 1993 Punk rock musician [97]
Elliot Matsu 1999 Rock musician and producer [98]
William Mapother 1987 Actor best known for his role on Lost [99]
Mike Mirro 1998 Musician, former drummer of Umphrey's McGee [90]
Kevin O'Connor 1998 Television personality, CBS, Discovery Channel [100]
Don Ohlmeyer 1967 Television producer and former president of NBC West Coast [101]
Regis Philbin 1953 Television personality [102]
Richard Riehle 1970 Film and television actor [103]
Tim Russell 1969 Radio voice actor and announcer, best known for his role on A Prairie Home Companion [104]
Ryan Stasik 1999 Musician, bassist for Umphrey's McGee [90]
John Walker 1978 Film producer at Pixar [105]
George Wendt Did Not Graduate Actor best known as Norm from Cheers [106]
Jason Zimbler 1998 Actor best known as Ferguson Darling on Clarissa Explains It All [107]

Government and law[edit]

Members of the United States Congress[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Edward P. Carville 1909 Senator from Nevada [108]
Joe Donnelly 1977
JD. 1981
Senator from Indiana [109]
Mike Ferguson 1992 Representative from New Jersey [110]
Joseph M. Gaydos 1951
LL.B
Representative from Pennsylvania [111]
William J. Granfield 1913
JD
Representative from Massachusetts [112]
John Hall Did not graduate Representative from New York and former musician in Orleans [113]
Greg J. Holbrock Representative from Ohio and lawyer [114]
Mike Kelly 1970 Representative from Pennsylvania [115]
Peter T. King 1968
JD.
Representative from New York [116]
Dan Lungren 1968 Representative from California and former attorney general of California [117]
David O'Brien Martin 1966 Representative from New York [118]
Washington J. McCormick Did not graduate Representative from Montana [119]
Joseph M. McDade 1953 Representative from Pennsylvania [120]
William E. Miller 1935 Representative from New York and nominee for Vice President in the 1964 U.S. presidential election [121]
Timothy J. Roemer 1979
PhD 1982
Representative from Indiana, member of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States,
past president of the Center for National Policy, and currently serving as U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of India.
[122]
Nicholas J. Sinnott 1892 Representative from Oregon [123]
Mark Souder 1974
MBA
Representative from Indiana [124]
Pete Visclosky 1973
JD.
Representative from Indiana [125]
Jeffrey Chiesa 1987 Senator from New Jersey [126]
Vincente T. Blaz 1951 Delegate from Guam and Marine Corps Brigadier General [127]

United States Governors[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
William A. Allain N/A Former governor of Mississippi [128]
Bruce Babbitt 1960 Former governor of Arizona and United States Secretary of the Interior [129]
Edward P. Carville 1909 Former governor of Nevada [130]
John J. Gilligan 1943 Former governor of Ohio [131]
Thomas Lee Judge 1957 Former governor of Montana [132]
Harry Kelly 1917 Former governor of Michigan [133]
Joe Kernan 1968 Former governor of Indiana [134]
Bob McDonnell 1976 Former governor of Virginia [135]
John S. McKiernan 1934 Former governor of Rhode Island [136]

Ambassadors from the United States[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Douglas M. Griffiths 1986
BA
Ambassador to Mozambique [137]
Robert A. Bradtke 1971 Ambassador to Croatia [138]
Carey Cavanaugh 1978
MA
Former ambassador [139]
Jerome G. Cooper 1958 Former ambassador to Jamaica [140]
James Creagan 1962 Former ambassador to Honduras [141]
Miguel Diaz MA
PhD
Ambassador to Vatican City [142]
Timothy J. Roemer 1979
PhD 1982
U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of India
Former U.S. Representative from Indiana, member of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States, and past president of the Center for National Policy.
[143]

Foreign political figures[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Ernesto Pérez Balladares 1967
MA 1969
Former president of Panama [7]
Elizabeth Azcona Bocock MBA Former Ministry of Industry and Commerce of Honduras [144]
Adolfo Calero 1953 Leader of the rebel Nicaraguan group Contras [145]
José Napoleón Duarte 1948 Former president of El Salvador [146]
Abraham González Governor of the Mexican state of Chihuahua during the Mexican Revolution [147]
Luis Cosenza-Jimenez PhD Former minister of the president of Honduras, Ricardo Maduro, and former representative of Central America in the Inter-American Development Bank [148]
Pedro Rosselló 1966 Former governor of Puerto Rico [7]

Other U.S. political and legal figures[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Alfonso Aguilar 1991 Chief of the Office of Citizenship in the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services [149]
Richard V. Allen 1957
MA 1958
Former United States National Security Advisor [150]
James A. Baker Staff attorney in the United States Department of Justice [151]
Taylor Benson 1955 Wisconsin state senator [152]
Brendan F. Boyle 1999 State Representative, Pennsylvania (2009-present) [153]
Jerry Brady 1958 Former Democratic candidate for governor of Idaho and newspaper owner [154]
B. Patrick Bauer 1966 State Representative (1970-present), former Speaker [155]
Joseph Cari Jr. 1974
JD 1978
Lawyer, businessman, and public policy expert [156]
John R. Cencich 2004
J.S.D. 2008
Former senior international war crimes investigator with the United Nations at The Hague, Netherlands [157]
Jeffrey S. Chiesa 1987
BA 1987
New Jersey Attorney General (2012-2013) [158]
Quin Denvir 1962 Public defense attorney best known for representing Theodore Kaczynski [159]
William J. Hochul, Jr. 1981 United States Attorney for the Western District of New York (2010-present)
Jenny Durkan 1980 United States Attorney for the Western District of Washington (2009-present) [160]
Ryan Dvorak 1996 Indiana State Representative (2002-present) [161]
Sean Faircloth 1982 Maine State Representative (1992-1994; 2002-2008), Maine State Senator (1994-1996), Executive Director Secular Coalition for America [162]
Pat Fallon c. 1990 Member of the Texas House of Representatives from Denton County, Texas, since 2013; Notre Dame football player on 1988 championship team [163]
Charles H. Fahy 1911 Former Solicitor General of the United States [164]
Peter F. Flaherty 1951
JD
Former mayor of Pittsburgh and deputy United States Attorney General [165]
Emilio M. Garza 1969
MA 1970
Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit [7]
Camille Gravel Louisiana defense attorney and gubernatorial advisor [166]
Leo Richard Hamilton 1949 Wisconsin State Assemblyman (1987-1993) [167]
Kevin Hasson MA
JD 1985
Lawyer and founder of religious law firm [168]
Walter J. Kavanaugh 1955 former New Jersey state Senator (1997-2007), New Jersey state Representative (1976-1997) [169]
Matthew F. Kennelly 1978
Bachelor of Arts
District Judge, United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois (1999-present) [170]
John Kilkenny 1925
LL.B.
Federal Judge: 9th Cir. (1969-1971); D. Or. (1959-1969) [171]
Frank LaGrotta 1980
MA 1981
Pennsylvania state representative (1987-2006) [172]
Edward Leavy 1953
LL.B.
Federal Judge: 9th Cir. (1987-1997); D. Or. (1984-1987) [173]
Robert E. Lynch Wisconsin State Assemblyman (1933-1936; 1943-1958) [174]
Michael Madigan Illinois State Representative (1971-present), Speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives (1983-1995; 1997-present) and chairman of the Democratic Party of Illinois [175]
Eduardo Malapit 1962
JD
Former Mayor of Kauai, Hawaii, first Filipino American mayor in the United States [176]
Jennifer Mason McAward 1994
BA
Former clerk to Associate Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and current Associate Professor of Law at Notre Dame Law School [177]
Ralph McGehee 1949 Former officer for the Central Intelligence Agency who went on to be an outspoken critic of the Agency as the author of Deadly Deceits: My 25 Years in the CIA [178]
William McGurn 1980 President George W. Bush's chief speechwriter and chief editorial writer and member of The Wall Street Journal's editorial board [179]
Federico A. Moreno 1974 Chief Federal Judge of the Southern District of Florida [180]
Jerry Meek Lawyer and chairman of the North Carolina Democratic Party [181]
Robert Meza 1986 Arizona state Senator (2011-present), Arizona State Representative (2003-2011) [182]
Michael Murphy 1979 Indiana state representative (1994-2010) [183]
Ralph Neas 1968 Politician and former president of the People For the American Way [184]
Paul V. Niemeyer 1966
JD
Federal Judge: 4th Cir. (1990-present), D. Md. (1988-1990) [185]
Kevin J. O'Connor 1989 United States Attorney from Connecticut [186]
Alan Page 1967 Associate Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court; member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame [187]
Condoleezza Rice 1975
MA
United States Secretary of State and former National Security Advisor [188]
John Sears 1961 Campaign manager for Ronald Reagan [189]
Matthew J. Slaughter 1990 Economist and former member of the Council of Economic Advisers [190]
Thomas W. Sneddon Jr. 1963 District Attorney of Santa Barbara County, California [191]
George William Strake, Jr. Bachelor of Arts 1957 Secretary of State of Texas (1979–1981); Texas Republican state chairman, 1983–1988; Houston businessman and philanthropist [192]
Casper R. Taylor, Jr. 1956 Former House Speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates [193]
Mike Turzai 1981 Nominee for Speaker of the Pennsylvania House Representatives, Former Republican Caucus (Majority) Leader [194]
Martha Vázquez 1975 United States federal judge for the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico [195]
Clair H. Voss Presiding Judge of the Wisconsin Court of Appeals [196]
Steven T. Walther 1965 Vice-Chairman of the Federal Election Commission [197]
Charles R. Wilson 1976
JD 1979
Judge in the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit [198]

Journalists and media personalities[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Don Criqui 1962 Sportscaster for CBS [199]
George Dohrmann 1995 2000 Pulitzer Prize winner for beat reporting, Sports Illustrated senior writer and author of Play Their Hearts Out [200][201]
Phil Donahue 1957 Talk show host and creator of The Phil Donahue Show [202]
David Freddoso 1999 Washington Examiner columnist and best-selling author of The Case Against Barack Obama [203]
John W. Gallivan 1937 Salt Lake Tribune publisher, 1960 to 1984 [204]
Jerry Kammer 1971 Journalist and co-Pulitzer Prize winner [205]
Andrew Napolitano 1975
JD
Correspondent for the Fox News Channel and former New Jersey Superior Court judge [206]
Walter O'Keefe 1921 Songwriter, actor, syndicated columnist, Broadway composer, radio host, screenwriter, musical arranger, and TV host [207]
Regis Philbin 1953 Television personality best known for hosting Live with Regis and Kelly and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire [208]
Ted Robinson 1978 Sportscaster best known for Olympics coverage [209]
Mark Shields 1959 Political columnist and commentator for CNN and The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer [210]
Red Smith 1927 Sportswriter for the New York Herald Tribune and New York Times, Pulitzer Prize winner [211]
Terence Smith 1960 Journalist and media correspondent for The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer [212]
Hannah Storm 1983 ESPN sportscaster and co-host of CBS's The Early Show [213]
Kate Sullivan 1998 Television news presenter [214]
Anne Thompson 1979 Correspondent for NBC News [215]
Kenneth L. Woodward 1957 Religion Editor for Newsweek [216]
Mike Golic Radio host of ESPN's Mike and Mike in the Morning [217]
Mike "Monte" Towle 1978 Editor for Nashville Tennessean, former sportswriter The National and author of Walter Payton and Pat Tillman bios [218]

Literature and writing[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
John Bellairs 1959 Gothic novelist best known for work in the horror and mystery genre [219]
John Dearie 1986 Author and Vice President of Policy and Research at the Financial Services Forum [220]
Samuel John Hazo 1949 Author, poet, and first Poet Laureate of Pennsylvania, an annual award in his name for student poetry is presented at Commencement. [221]
Angela Hur 2005 (MFA) Author; Sparks Prize recipient [222]
James Patrick Kelly 1972 Author best known for work in science fiction and two-time winner of the Hugo Award [223]
Barry Lopez 1966
MAT 1968
Essayist, poet, and fiction writer [224]
Edwin O'Connor 1939 Author and Pulitzer Prize winner for the novel The Last Hurrah [225]
Nicholas Sparks 1988 Author best known for novels A Walk to Remember and The Notebook [226]
James Reese Author of gothic novels [227]
Kevin Guilfoile 1990 Author of the novel Cast of Shadows [228]
Evan Kuhlman 1990 Children's author [229]

Military[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Joseph A. Ahearn 1958 Air Force Major General and former Civil Engineer of the Air Force [230]
Mark W. Balmert Naval rear admiral commander of the joint Navy and Marine Corps Expeditionary Strike Group Three [231]
Vincente T. Blaz 1951 Marine Corps Brigadier General and formerly served as Deputy Chief of Staff for Reserve Affairs [127]
Daniel L. Gard MA 1988
PhD 1992
Naval Rear Admiral and Deputy Chief of Chaplains for Reserve Matters [232]
Francis J. Harvey 1965 Former United States Secretary of the Army [233]
John Henebry 1940 General in the United States Air Force [234]
Donald Rice 1961 Former United States Secretary of the Air Force [235]
Charles E. Tucker, Jr. 1979 Retired Major General in the United States Air Force [236]

NASA astronauts and administrators[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Kevin A. Ford 1982 NASA astronaut [237]
Michael T. Good 1984
MS 1986
NASA astronaut [238]
Annette Hasbrook 1985 Former Flight Director of Johnson Space Center [239]
Jim Wetherbee 1974 Former astronaut and deputy director of Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center [240]

Religion[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
John Francis Cardinal O'Hara 1911 Cardinal, Archbishop of Philadelphia, president of Notre Dame (1943-1945) [241]
William Donald Borders 1947 Former archbishop of Baltimore, Maryland [242]
Joan Chittister 1968
MA
Nun, social activism lecturer, and columnist [221]
Kevin Ranaghan PhD Religious scholar [243]
Kelvin Felix 1969 MA Archbishop emeritus of Castris, cardinal [243]

Sports[edit]

Although Notre Dame is highly ranked academically,[244] it is also strong in athletics, producing a large number of athletes.[245] Over 400 students have gone on to play professional American football in the National Football League, American Football League, or the All-America Football Conference,[246] including recent graduates, like Brady Quinn and Pro Football Hall of Famers like Joe Montana. Additionally, Notre Dame had had 47 former students inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame,[247] including football pioneer Knute Rockne. In addition to football, Notre Dame has had a number of athletes go professional in basketball, like Women's National Basketball Association member Megan Duffy, in baseball, like National Baseball Hall of Famer Carl Yastrzemski, and in other sports. Notre Dame has also produced a number of Olympians, including current student Mariel Zagunis.

Coaches[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Dutch Bergman Football coach for New Mexico A&M, Dayton, Minnesota, Catholic University of America, and the Washington Redskins [248]
Dick Coury 1951 Football coach for Cal State Fullerton Titans, USC Trojans, Denver Broncos, Houston Oilers, Los Angeles Rams, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles, and San Diego Chargers, and Portland Storm [249]
Mike Haywood 1986 Football coach for Miami (OH), Notre Dame, Texas, LSU, Ball State, Ohio, Army, and Minnesota [250]
Charlie Weis 1978 Football coach for the University of Florida, Notre Dame, Kansas City Chiefs, New England Patriots, New York Jets, and New York Giants [251]

Other[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Steve Bartman 1999 Fan who interfered with a foul ball in the 2003 National League Championship Series [252]
Thomas Anthony Dooley III 1944 Physician, humanitarian, and anti-Communism activist [253]
Marc Maurer 1974 [254]
Vincent Meli 1944 Mobster [255]
Hubert Schlafly 1941 Designed and patented the teleprompter [256]

Austen Swift, brother of singer-songwriter Taylor Swift

Fictional[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Josiah Bartlet President of the United States in The West Wing [257]
Danny Concannon Member of the White House press corps on The West Wing [257]
Paul Lassiter Press secretary on Spin City [258]
Edward Montgomery Greg's father on Dharma & Greg [259]
Lt. Walter J. "Touchdown" Schinoski Claims to have played football at Notre Dame in Stanley Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket [260]
John Smith Professional spy, or hitman, in Mr. & Mrs. Smith [261]
William Walden Vice President on Homeland (TV series)

References[edit]

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