List of University of Surrey people
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A list of University of Surrey people, those who have worked or studied at the university, including a brief description of their notability.
- Alf Adams - Distinguished physicist, who pioneered the strained quantum-well laser.
- Jim Al-Khalili - Nuclear physicist, author and broadcaster.
- Sara Arber - Sociologist.
- David Blanchflower CBE - Economist and member of the Monetary Policy Committee.
- Dame Glynis Breakwell - Psychologist.
- Marie Breen Smyth - International relations scholar.
- Lewis Elton - Physicist and researcher into higher education.
- Nigel Gilbert - Sociologist pioneer in the use of agent-based models in the social sciences.
- Tim Jackson - Ecological economist and professor of sustainable development, author of Prosperity Without Growth
- Aleks Krotoski - Technology journalist and broadcaster.
- Sir Martin Sweeting - Founder of Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd.
- Allan Wells - Olympic 100m Gold Medalist and engineering lecturer.
- Henryk Zygalski - Mathematician, cryptologist and breaker of the Enigma Machine.
- Obafemi Anibaba, Nigerian Cabinet Minister
- Jim Abbiss, producer of Arctic Monkeys debut album "Whatever People Say I Am That's What I'm Not" and Adele's debut album "19", graduated in 1988.
- Kate Allenby - Modern pentathlete and Olympic bronze medalist.
- Toby Anstis - radio broadcaster 
- Susan Blackmore - Freelance writer, lecturer, and broadcaster on psychology and the paranormal.
- Tanya Byron - Clinical psychologist, television broadcaster and Chancellor of Edge Hill University.
- Dame Linda Dobbs - First non-white judge of the High Court of Justice of England and Wales.
- Felix Dodds - Author and activist in the field of sustainable development.
- Robert Earl - Founder of the Planet Hollywood restaurant chain.
- Alfred Gardyne de Chastelain - British secret agent during World War II.
- Keith Harris - Chairman of investment bank Seymour Pierce and director of Wembley National Stadium Ltd.
- Mansur Hoda, scientist and pioneer of Appropriate Technology in India
- Sir Alec Issigonis - Designer of the Mini.
- Abraham Iyambo - Namibian Education Minister
- Graham Jones, author.
- Shukuru Kawambwa - Tanzanian Education Minister
- Ann Keen MP.
- Jeremy Kyle - Television and radio broadcaster.
- Odaline de la Martinez - composer and conductor who became the first woman to conduct at a BBC Proms concert, received her MMus in composition in 1977.
- Jim O'Neill (economist), the Goldman Sachs economist who coined the word "BRIC" that relates to the group of emerging economies that would compete with top economic powerhouses in Europe and America.
- Wahid Omar - Vice Chancellor of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
- Alan Parker - Chief Executive of Whitbread.
- Rolph Payet - Seychellois Cabinet Minister
- E. F. Schumacher - of Small is Beautiful fame.
- Nabil Shaban - Actor.
- Starsmith - musician
- Dr Kay Swinburne MEP, Conservative Member of the European Parliament for Wales
- David Varney - Former chairman of HM Revenue and Customs.
- John Warburton - Television producer and director.
- Dianne Willcocks - Vice-chancellor of York St John University.
- Sir George Young - Leader of the House of Commons and Conservative MP for North West Hampshire.
- Deborah Turness - Editor of ITV News since 2004.
- "The Independent: A celebration of science in the UK: 10 Britons who shaped our world". London: The Independent. 2006-07-05. Retrieved 2008-08-07.
- "Senior Media Fellow – Jim Al-Khalili". EPSRC. Retrieved 2008-08-08.[dead link]
- "Vice-Chancellor's Office - About Professor Glynis Breakwell". Bath: University of Bath. 2012-01-16. Retrieved 2012-01-16.
- "Professor Lewis Elton". University College London. Retrieved 2008-08-08.
- Debrett's. "Authorized Biography of Prof Nigel Gilbert, FREng". Retrieved 2 December 2009.
- Tim Jackson at the Centre of Environmental Strategy | last visited: 19 Februar 2013
- "Aleks Krotoski". London: The Guardian. 2007-10-01. Retrieved 2008-08-08.
- "Q&A with Surrey athletes. Allan Wells MBE". Go Surrey. Retrieved 2011-08-31.
- "Jim Abiss". University of Surrey. Retrieved 28 February 2012.
- "I got my asthma from Tom and Jerry, says Heart DJ Toby Anstis". thisislondon.co.uk. Retrieved 18 September 2008.[dead link]
- Dr. Susan Blackmore (2007-05-24). "Who am I?". Retrieved 2008-08-07.
- "Dr Tanya Byron warns digital-age children should be left to take risks". London: The Times. 2008-03-30. Retrieved 2008-09-18.
- "Graduate Profiles: The Honourable Mrs Justice Dobbs DBE". Surrey Graduate (16) (Surrey Alumni Society). 2005. p. 14.[dead link]
- Felix Dodds. "CV". Retrieved 2008-08-07.[dead link]
- "The Independent: The School of Management, University of Surrey". London: The Independent. Retrieved 2008-08-07.[dead link]
- "Surrey Centre for Sport". University of Surrey. Archived from the original on 2008-05-27. Retrieved 2008-08-07.
- "Alec Issigonis". Design Museum. Retrieved 2008-08-07.
- Silver, James (2006-05-29). "Call Me Jezza". London: The Guardian. Retrieved 2008-08-08.
- , The Guardian obituary, 5 March 2001.
- "Webby Talents - ScabsNabs's profile". Webby Talents. Retrieved 2008-08-08.
- Lester, Paul. "New band of the day – No 618: Starsmith". The Guardian (London). Retrieved 7 March 2009.
- "Sir David Varney launches his Review of the Competitiveness of Northern Ireland". HM Treasury. Retrieved 2008-08-08.
- "Where Are They Now?". University of Surrey. Retrieved 2008-08-08.
- MacLeod, Donald (2004-01-20). "Dianne Willcocks: devout sceptic". London: The Guardian. Retrieved 2008-09-18.
- "Rt Hon Sir George Young Bt MP - Profile". Conservative Party (UK). Retrieved 2008-08-08.[dead link]
- 'Deborah Turness: 'News is the best drama on television' The Guardian 5 July 2012 Retrieved: 24 April 2012