List of Carnegie Mellon University people

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This is a list of notable people associated with Carnegie Mellon University in the United States of America.

Notable students and alumni[edit]

Nobel laureates[edit]

Turing Award recipients[edit]

Wolf Prize recipients[edit]

Enrico Fermi Award winners[edit]

Stockholm Prize in Criminology winners[edit]

National Medal of Science recipients[edit]

  • Raoul Bott (Ph.D. 1949), Mathematical, Statistical, and Computer Sciences, 1987
  • Allen Newell (Ph.D 1957, Professor), Mathematical, Statistical, and Computer Sciences, 1992
  • George Pake (B.S., M.S. 1945), Physical Sciences, 1987
  • Frederick Rossini (B.S. 1925, M.S. 1926, DSc (hon.) 1948), Chemistry

National Medal of Technology recipients[edit]

Business[edit]

Science and technology[edit]

Performing arts, film, television and video games[edit]

Visual arts[edit]

Architecture and design[edit]

Government and politics[edit]

Academia[edit]

Educators[edit]

Members of National Academy of Sciences[edit]

Members of National Academy of Engineering[edit]

Other prominent faculty[edit]

Literature[edit]

Sports[edit]

NFL[edit]

Notable faculty[edit]

Nobel laureates[edit]

Turing Award recipients[edit]

Wolf Prize recipients[edit]

Stockholm Prize in Criminology winners[edit]

National Medal of Science recipients[edit]

  • Herbert A. Simon (Professor), Behavior and Social Sciences, 1986
  • Paul Lauterbur (Research Associate, Mellon Institute, 1951–1953), Physical Sciences, 1987
  • Allen Newell (Ph.D 1957, Professor), Mathematical, Statistical, and Computer Sciences, 1992

National Medal of Technology recipients[edit]

  • Paul Lauterbur (Research Associate, Mellon Institute, 1951–1953), magnetic resonance technology, 1988
  • Watts Humphrey (Professor) software engineering, 2003
  • Mary Shaw (Professor) software engineering, 2014

MacArthur Fellows[edit]

  • Luis von Ahn (Ph.D. 2005) assistant professor of computer science, 2006
  • Yoky Matsuoka assistant professor affiliated with the Robotics Institute, the Department of Mechanical Engineering, and the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition (2001-2006), 2007
  • Anna Deavere Smith acting instructor (1970–1971), 1996
  • Dawn Song (M.S. 1999) professor of computer science (2002–2007), 2010
  • Terrance Hayes professor of poetry (2001-2013)

Members of National Academy of Sciences[edit]

Members of National Academy of Engineering[edit]

  • Daniel Berg (Professor 1977-1983), Special Fields & Interdisciplinary Engineering, 1976
  • Gordon Bell (Professor 1966-1972), Computer Science & Engineering, 1977
  • Alan Perlis (B.S. 1943, Professor), Computer Science & Engineering, 1977
  • Allen Newell (Ph.D 1957, Professor), Computer Science & Engineering, 1980
  • Raj Reddy (Professor), Computer Science & Engineering, 1984
  • Joseph F Traub (Professor 1971-1979), Computer Science & Engineering, 1985
  • George Bugliarello (Professor 1959-1969), Civil Engineering, 1987
  • C. D. Mote, Jr. (Professor 1965-1967), Mechanical Engineering, 1988
  • John L. Anderson (Professor), Chemical Engineering, 1992
  • William Wulf (Professor 1968-1981), Computer Science & Engineering, 1993
  • Mark Kryder (Professor), Electronics Engineering, 1994
  • Hubert Aaronson (B.S. 1948, Ph.D. 1954, Professor), Materials Engineering, 1997
  • Alfred Blumstein (Professor), Industrial, Manufacturing & Operational Systems Engineering, 1998
  • Guy L. Steele Jr. (Professor 1980-1994), Computer Science & Engineering, 2001
  • Randal Bryant (Professor), Computer Science & Engineering, 2003
  • Richard Rashid (Professor, 1979–1991), Computer Science & Engineering, 2003
  • Alfred Spector (Professor, 1981–1992), Computer Science & Engineering, 2004
  • Edmund M. Clarke (Professor), Computer Science & Engineering, 2005
  • Egon Balas (Professor), Industrial, Manufacturing & Operational Systems Engineering, 2006
  • Manuel Blum (Professor), Computer Science & Engineering, 2006
  • Krzysztof Matyjaszewski (Professor), Materials Engineering, 2006
  • Bhakta B. Rath (Professor), Materials engineering, 2008

Other prominent faculty[edit]

Presidents of Carnegie Mellon University[edit]

Founders and major benefactors of Carnegie Mellon University[edit]


The Mellon Family of Pittsburgh:

Fictional alumni[edit]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

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