List of Dartmouth College alumni

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The Dartmouth College class of 1920, posing in the "Bema". Sherman Adams, Gus Sonnenberg, and Edwin Myers were members of this class.

This list of alumni of Dartmouth College includes alumni and current students of Dartmouth College and its graduate schools. In addition to its undergraduate program, Dartmouth offers graduate degrees in nineteen departments and includes three graduate schools: the Tuck School of Business, the Thayer School of Engineering, and Dartmouth Medical School.[1] Since its founding in 1769, Dartmouth has graduated 238 classes of students and today has approximately 66,500 living alumni.[2]

This list uses the following notation:

Academia and research[edit]

Educators[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Benjamin Abbot 1811 President of Phillips Exeter Academy 1788–1838 [5]
Charles Augustus Aiken 1846 President of Union College 1869–1871 [6]
Jesse Appleton 1792 President of Bowdoin College 1807–1819 [7]
Rufus William Bailey 1812 President of Austin College 1862–1863 [8]
Louis T. Benezet 1936 President of Allegheny College 1948–1955, president of Colorado College 1955–1963, president of Claremont Graduate University 1963–1970, president of the University at Albany 1970–1975 [9]
Samuel Colcord Bartlett 1836 President of Dartmouth College 1877–1892 [10]
Cecil Bancroft 1860 Principal of Phillips Academy 1873–1901 [11]
Nathan Brackett 1864 Founder of Storer College and Bluefield State College [12]
Francis Brown 1805 President of Dartmouth College 1815–1820 [10]
Isaac Newton Carleton 1859 Founder of Carleton School for Boys [13]
Philander Chase 1795 Founder and first president of Kenyon College 1824–1831, president of Jubilee College 1831–1852 [14]
Oren B. Cheney 1839 Founder and first president of Bates College 1855–1894 [15]
Alpheus Crosby President of what is now Salem State University 1857–1865 [16]
Daniel Dana 1788 President of Dartmouth College 1820–1821 [10]
Edmund Ezra Day 1905, M.A. 1905 President of Cornell University 1937–1949 [17][18]
John Sloan Dickey 1929 President of Dartmouth College 1945–1970 [10]
Marye Anne Fox Ph.D 1974 Chancellor of University of California at San Diego 2004–present, chancellor of North Carolina State University 1998–2004 [19]
Jeffrey Garten 1968 Dean of the Yale School of Management 1995–2005 [20]
George Augustus Gates 1873 President of Grinnell College (1887–1900); president of Pomona College (1902–1909); president of Fisk University (1909–1912) [21]
Philip J. Hanlon 1977 President of Dartmouth College 2013–present [10]
Ernest Martin Hopkins 1901 President of Dartmouth College 1916–1945 [22]
Milo Parker Jewett 1828 President of Vassar College 1862–1864, founder and first president of Judson College 1838–1855 [23]
Amos Kendall 1812 Founder of Gallaudet College for the deaf [24]
William C. Kirby 1972 Dean of the Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences 2002–2006 [25]
Benjamin Labaree 1828 President of Middlebury College 1840–1866 [26]
Edward Luck 1971 Vice President of the International Peace Institute 2001–present, director of the Center on International Organization at the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University [27]
Joseph McKeen 1774 President of Bowdoin College 1802–1807 [28]
David T. McLaughlin 1954, T'1955 President of Dartmouth College 1981–1987 [29]
Caleb Mills 1833 First professor of Wabash College 1833–1880, Indiana State Superintendent of Public Instructions [30]
Zephaniah Swift Moore 1793 President of Williams College 1815–1821, president of Amherst College 1821–1823 [31]
Charles S. Murkland Ph.D 1903 First elected president of New Hampshire College 1893–1903 [32]
Daniel S. Papp 1969 President of Kennesaw State University 2006–present [33]
Alden Partridge 1806 Founder of Norwich University [34]
Albert C. Perkins 1859 President of Phillips Exeter Academy 1873–1889 [5]
Martha E. Pollack 1979 President of Cornell University April 2017–
Steve Salbu MA Dean emeritus of the Scheller College of Business at the Georgia Institute of Technology (2006–2014) [35]
Artemas Wyman Sawyer 1847 President of Acadia College 1869–1896 [36]
Asa Dodge Smith 1830 President of Dartmouth College 1863–1877 [10]
Sylvanus Thayer 1807 Superintendent of the United States Military Academy 1817–1833, financier and namesake of the Thayer School of Engineering [37]
Elisha Ticknor 1783 Originator of system of free primary schools in Boston; founder of first insurance company and savings bank in that town [38]
William Jewett Tucker 1861 President of Dartmouth College 1893–1909 [39]
John Wheelock 1771 President of Dartmouth College 1779–1815, son of Dartmouth College's founder Eleazar Wheelock [10]
Robert Witt T'1965 Chancellor of the University of Alabama System 2012–present; president of the University of Alabama 2003–2012 [40]

Professors and researchers[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Ebenezer Adams 1791 Professor of mathematics and natural philosophy at Phillips Exeter Academy and professor of languages at Dartmouth [41]
Walter Sydney Adams 1898 Astronomer [42]
Kwan-Ichi Asakawa 1899 First Japanese professor at a major university in the United States [43]
Richard W. Bailey 1961 Linguist and scholar of the English language [44]
Carlos Baker 1932 Professor of literature at Princeton University [45]
Harold J. Berman 1938 Professor of law at Harvard Law School and Emory University [46]
Carl Bridenbaugh 1925 Historian of Colonial America [47]
H. Allen Brooks 1950 Architectural historian and professor at the University of Toronto [48]
Francis Brown 1870 Semitic scholar [49]
Manuel Buchwald 1962 Canadian geneticist and researcher [50]
George Bush 1818 Biblical scholar [51]
Ruth Chang 1985 Professor and Chair of Jurisprudence at Oxford University [52]
Stanwood Cobb 1903 Professor of Latin and English, prominent early member of the Bahá'í Faith [53]
Joshua Coffin 1817 Schoolteacher and prominent abolitionists [54]
Levi L. Conant 1879 Mathematician specializing in trigonometry [55]
Isaac Joslin Cox Professor of history [56]
Reuel Denney 1932 Poet and professor of English [57]
William C. Dowling 1966 Professor of English and American literature at Rutgers University [58][59]
John C. Ewers 1931 Ethnologist and first director of the National Museum of American History [60]
Owen M. Fiss 1959 Sterling Professor at the Yale Law School [61]
Michael Gazzaniga 1961 Neuroscientist, director of the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience [62]
Kenneth M. Golden 1980 Applied mathematician, Distinguished Professor at the University of Utah [63]
John Hagelin 1975 Theoretical physicist specializing in superstring theory [64]
Jeffrey Hart 1951 (transferred to Columbia University) Professor of English at Dartmouth College [65][66]
Ira Michael Heyman 1951 Professor of Law at the University of California, Berkeley [67]
H. Wiley Hitchcock 1944 Musicologist [68]
Robert A. Jarrow T'1976 Professor of investment management at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University [69][70]
Roger D. Jones Ph.D 1979 Physicist and entrepreneur [71]
Ernest Everett Just 1907 Biologist, first recipient of the Spingarn Medal in 1915 [72]
Neal Katyal 1991 Georgetown Law School professor, lawyer in Hamdan v. Rumsfeld [73]
Edward Klima 1953 Linguist at University of California, San Diego, researcher of sign languages [74]
David M. Kreps 1972 Economics professor at Stanford, winner of John Bates Clark Medal [75]
John C. Lilly DMS 1938–40 (never graduated) Physician, psychoanalyst, and writer; experimenter into the nature of consciousness [76]
Edward Norton Lorenz 1938 Professor at MIT, founder of chaos theory, winner of Kyoto Prize in 1993 [77]
Dan Milisavljevic Ph.D Astronomer, co-discoverer of three moons of Uranus [78][79]
Kenneth N. Ogle Ph.D 1930 Researcher in human vision, and professor at the Dartmouth Eye Institute [80]
John Ordronaux 1850 Civil War army surgeon, professor of medical jurisprudence at Columbia Law School, pioneering mental health commissioner [81]
Richard Anthony Parker 1930 Egyptologist, made major discoveries in ancient astronomy and chronology [82]
Richard Parker Economist, lecturer at Harvard University, co-founder of Mother Jones [83]
Fred Lewis Pattee 1888 Professor of American Literature at the Pennsylvania State University [84]
Russell Pinkston Professor of composition and director of the Electronic Music Studio at the University of Texas at Austin [85]
John M. Richardson Professor of International Development at American University [86]
Arunas Rudvalis M.A. 1967, Ph.D. 1969 Associate Professor of Mathematics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst [87]
William H. Schlesinger 1972 Biogeochemistry researcher [88]
David Silbersweig Psychiatric and mental illness researcher at Weill Medical College of Cornell University and the Payne Whitney Psychiatric Clinic [89]
John Smith 1773 Professor of Latin, Greek, Hebrew and Oriental languages at Dartmouth College; librarian, minister of the College Church, and member of the board of trustees [90][91]
Justin Harvey Smith 1877 Historian, Professor of Modern History at Dartmouth College [92]
Page Smith 1940 Historian, author, founding provost of Cowell College, University of California at Santa Cruz [93]
Scott Straus 1993 Assistant professor of political science and international studies at the University of Wisconsin–Madison [94]
David Spindler 1989 Independent researcher of the Great Wall of China [95]
John Tallmadge Professor of literature and environmental studies at Union Institute & University [96]
Alan D. Taylor Ph.D 1975 Mathematician, co-discoverer of a solution for envy-free cake-cutting for an arbitrary number of people [97]
George Ticknor 1807 Expert on Spanish literature [98]
Lynne H. Walling Ph.D. 1987 Fellow of the American Mathematical Society [99]
Lloyd L. Weinreb 1957 Professor of Law at the Harvard Law School [100]
Stephen Wizner 1959 Professor of law and supervising attorney at the Yale Law School [101]
Charles Augustus Young 1853 Astronomer, made first observations of the flash spectrum of the sun during solar eclipses of 1869–70 [102]
Todd Zywicki 1988 Professor of Law at the George Mason University School of Law [103]

MacArthur Fellows[edit]

The MacArthur Fellows Program, sponsored by the MacArthur Foundation, is a research award commonly called the "Genius Grant."

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Terry Plank 1985 Professor of Earth science and Environmental Sciences at Columbia College, Columbia University, and the Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory [104]
Annette Gordon-Reed 1981 Law and History Professor at Harvard University, 2010 MacArthur Fellow [105]
Becca Heller 2005 Human Rights Lawyer, 2018 MacArthur Fellow [106]
Stuart Kauffman 1961 Theoretical biologist, 1987 MacArthur Fellow [107]
John A. Rich 1980 Professor and chair of the Department of Health Management and Policy at Drexel University, 2006 MacArthur Fellow [108]
Anna Schuleit M.A.L.S. 2005 Visual artist; 2006 MacArthur Fellow [109]
Jeffrey Weeks 1978 Mathematician, 1999 MacArthur Fellow [110]

Nobel laureates[edit]

The Nobel Prizes are awarded each year for outstanding research, the invention of ground-breaking techniques or equipment, or outstanding contributions to society.

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Owen Chamberlain 1941 Co-winner of 1959 Nobel Prize in Physics [111]
Karl Barry Sharpless 1963 Winner of 2001 Nobel Prize in Chemistry [112]
George Davis Snell 1926 Co-winner of 1980 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine [113]

Architecture, engineering and building industry[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Michael Arad 1991 Designer of the World Trade Center Memorial [114]
William McDonough 1973 Noted "green" designer, Dean of the University of Virginia School of Architecture, 1994–1999 [115]
James Pulliam California Modernist architect and educator [116]
David Todd 1934 Designer of Manhattan Plaza, chairman of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission 1989–1990 [117]
Robert K. Watson 1984 Market transformation expert and founder of the LEED Green Building Rating System [118]
Fred Wesley Wentworth 1889 Architect of many buildings in Downtown Paterson, New Jersey, and the Psi Upsilon Fraternity House at Dartmouth; Fellow of the American Institute of Architects [119][120]

Arts[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
David R. Brown 1967, T (Executive Education Program) Graphic designer and academic administrator [121]
Abner Dean 1931 Cartoonist [122]
Dan Gilroy 1981 Director and screenwriter [123]
Andrea Higgins 1992 Painter [124]
Erich Kunzel 1957 Conductor of the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, conductor of the National Symphony Orchestra for its Memorial Day and Independence Day concerts [125]
Mike Melvoin 1959 Jazz pianist [126]
Mateo Romero Native American painter [127]
Augustus Washington (never graduated) Photographer and daguerreotypist [128]
Paul Weston 1933 Pianist, composer, and conductor [129]
Jonathan Wolken 1971 Founder of the Pilobolus dance company [130]

Business and finance[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Sandy Alderson 1969 General Manager of New York Mets baseball team [131]
Elyse Allan 1979, T'1984 President and CEO of GE Canada; vice president of General Electric [132]
C. Michael Armstrong T'1976 (Advanced Management Program) CEO and chairman of AT&T [133]
Donald D. Belcher 1960 CEO of Banta Corporation [134]
John Bello T'1974 Founder and former CEO of SoBe [135]
George Bissell 1845 Industrialist, American oil industry pioneer [136]
Leon Black 1973 CEO and co-founder of private equity firm Apollo Global Management; investment banker and one of Forbes' "400 Richest People" [137]
Gail Koziara Boudreaux 1982 Chairman and CEO of Anthem, Inc.[138]
Enrique Salem 1987 Former CEO of Symantec; Managing Director at Bain Capital Ventures.
Geoff Ralston 1982 President of Y Combinator; Former Chief Product Officer and SVP at Yahoo!.
Roger McNamee T'1982 Founding partner of private equity firm Silver Lake Partners; Founding partner of venture capital firm Elevation Partners [139]
Henry Paulson 1968 CEO of Goldman Sachs; United States Secretary of the Treasury 2006–2009 [140]
Timothy Geithner 1983 President of private equity firm Warburg Pincus; United States Secretary of the Treasury 2009–2013, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York 2003–2009
Lew Cirne 1993 Founding CEO of Wily Technology and New Relic [141]
William E. Conway Jr. 1971 Co-founder and co-Executive Chairman of The Carlyle Group [142]
Jeff Crowe 1978 Managing Partner of Norwest Venture Partners, Forbes Midas List 5x
James Coulter 1982 Co-CEO and a Founding Partner of TPG, General partner of Private Equity Group Texas Pacific Group [143]
Richard Kimball 1978 Founding General Partner of Technology Crossover Ventures (TCV).
Greg Jensen 1996 Co-CEO and co-CIO of Bridgewater Associates
Louis V. Gerstner, Jr. 1963 Former CEO of IBM; CEO of Carlyle Group [144]
Douglas M. Hodge 1979 CEO of PIMCO; charged with fraud in the 2019 college admissions bribery scandal [145]
John Donahoe 1982 CEO of Nike; former CEO of eBay; former CEO and president of Bain & Company [146][147]
Greg Maffei 1982 Former CFO at Microsoft, Co-President of Oracle, Chairman and CEO of 360networks; Current CEO at Liberty Media.
Steve Hafner 1991 Co-Founder and CEO of Kayak.
Jeffrey Blackburn 1991 SVP of Business Development and Digital Entertainment at Amazon.
Jonathan Auerbach 1985 Chief Data, Strategy, and Growth Officer and Executive Vice President at PayPal; Former Director Emeritus at McKinsey & Company.
Christopher Payne 1990 COO at Doordash; Former CEO at Tinder; Former SVP at eBay.
Brooks Entwistle 1989 Chief Business Officer at Uber.
Adam DeWitt 1994 President and CFO at Grubhub.
Walter Tenney Carleton 1891 Founding director of NEC [148]
Matt Calkins 1994 Founder and CEO of Appian.
Tracy Sun T'2005 Co-Founder of Poshmark.
Peter R. Dolan T'1980 Chairman and CEO of Bristol-Myers Squibb [149]
Bob DuPuy 1968 Former president and chief operating officer of Major League Baseball [150]
Peter W. Eccles 1958 Investment banker; developed "credit swap" [151]
Howard Gilman 1943 Head of the Gilman Paper Company, philanthropist [152]
Brian Goldner 1985 CEO of Hasbro [153]
Ronald Grant Chief Operating Officer of AOL LLC [154]
Reyn Guyer 1957 Toy inventor [155]
Charles E. Haldeman 1970 President and CEO of Freddie Mac [156]
Donald J. Hall, Sr. 1952 Chairman of the board and former president and CEO of Hallmark Cards [157]
Broughton Harris 1845 Partner in Harris & Brothers Company railroad construction firm, president of Brattleboro Savings Bank [158]
Fred A. Howland 1887 Secretary of State of Vermont, president and chairman of the board of the National Life Insurance Company [159]
Gardiner Greene Hubbard 1841 Lawyer, financier, and philanthropist; developed Bell Telephone Company; founder and first president of the National Geographic Society [160]
Jeffrey R. Immelt 1978 CEO of General Electric [161]
Sarah Irving 2010, T'2014 Executive Vice President and Chief Brand Officer of Irving Oil [162]
Brian Kim 1997 Former hedge fund manager; criminal [163][164]
Bud Konheim 1957 CEO of Nicole Miller [165]
Herbert Levine 1937 Fashion executive and manufacturer [166]
Dick Levy 1960 Chairman, president, and former CEO of Varian Medical Systems [167][168]
John Lord 1833 Historian and lecturer [169]
Roger Lynch T'1995 CEO of Pandora Radio, former CEO of Sling TV [170]
Harvey Manger-Weil 1980 Founder of the College Wizard [171]
Morton D. May 1936 CEO of May Department Stores Company, philanthropist, and art collector [172]
Kevin McGrath T'1977 CEO of Digital Angel [173]
Ken Novack 1963 Former Vice Chairman of America Online and AOL-Time Warner [174]
Robert Oelman 1931 President of NCR Corporation [175]
Thomas Okarma CEO of Geron Corporation [176]
Charles Alfred Pillsbury 1863 Flour industrialist and founder of the Pillsbury Company [177]
Scott L. Probasco, Jr. Banking heir, former chair of the executive committee of SunTrust Banks in Chattanooga [178]
Naval Ravikant 1995 CEO and cofounder of AngelList [179][180]
Janet L. Robinson T'1996 (Executive Education Program) President and CEO of the New York Times Company [181]
T. J. Rodgers 1970 CEO and founder of Cypress Semiconductor [182]
Steven Rogel T (Executive Education Program) CEO of Weyerhaeuser
Beardsley Ruml 1915 Economist, trust administrator, and business executive [183]
L. William Seidman 1943 Economist and financial commentator [184]
Christopher A. Sinclair T'1973 Chairman of Reckitt Benckiser, former chairman and CEO of Mattel, former chairman and CEO of Pepsi-Cola [185]
Ned Skinner 1942 An original owner of the Space Needle and Seattle Seahawks [186]
Jimmie Lee Solomon 1978 Executive Vice President of Baseball Operations at Major League Baseball [187]
Edward P. Stritter 1968 Engineer and entrepreneur, co-founder of MIPS Computer Systems, founder of Clarity Wireless and NeTPower, chief architect of the Motorola 68000 CPU (used in the original Apple Computer Macintosh) [188][189][190]
Bill Stromberg 1986 President and CEO of T. Rowe Price [191]
Harry Bates Thayer 1879 President of Western Electric Company and vice president of AT&T [192]
Grant Tinker 1949 CEO of NBC 1981–86 [193]
Edward Tuck 1862 Banker and philanthropist; son of Amos Tuck, donated money to found Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth [194]
Frederick H. Waddell Chairman, president, and CEO of Northern Trust [195]
Don M. Wilson III T'1973 Chief Risk Officer of JPMorgan Chase 2003–2006 [196]
John Clark Wood 1922 President of Brooks Brothers 1946–1967 [197]

Entertainment[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Harry Ackerman 1935 Television producer [198]
Robert Allen 1929 Actor in Western films [199]
Andy Barrie Host of CBLA-FM's morning drive-time show, Metro Morning, in Toronto, Ontario 1995–2010 [200]
David Benioff 1992 Screenwriter, known for novel and film 25th Hour, Troy; co-creator of Game of Thrones [201]
Walter Bernstein 1940 Writer and screenwriter [202]
Paul Binder 1963 Juggler, co-creator of the Big Apple Circus [203]
David Birney 1961 Actor [201]
Stan Brakhage 1955 (never graduated) Director and experimental filmmaker [204][205]
Jennifer Bransford 1990 Actress on General Hospital [206]
Connie Britton 1989 Actress; best known for Friday Night Lights, Nashville [201]
Jim Butterworth T Technology entrepreneur and documentary filmmaker [207]
Sarah Wayne Callies 1999 Actress; best known for Prison Break [201]
Julie Davis 1990 Screenwriter and film director; best known for Amy's Orgasm, Finding Bliss [201]
Rachel Dratch 1988 Actress, cast member of Saturday Night Live [201]
Alison Fanelli M.S. 2002 Actress on The Adventures of Pete & Pete [208]
Stephen Geller 1962 Screenwriter of Slaughterhouse-Five [209]
Dan Gilroy 1981 Screenwriter and film director; best known for Nightcrawler [209]
John Gilroy Film editor [210]
Dylan Mohan Gray 1991 Film director; best known for Fire in the Blood [201]
David Harbour 1997 Actor; best known for Stranger Things [211]
Buck Henry 1952 Actor, writer, director; shared Oscar nomination for screenplay for The Graduate [212]
Alex Kapp Horner 1991 Actress on The New Adventures of Old Christine [213]
Mindy Kaling 2001 Actress, writer and actress on The Office and The Mindy Project [214]
Ben Koldyke 1991 Actor on Work It and Mr. Robinson [215]
Stephen Macht 1963 Actor, TV and film [201]
Robert L. May 1926 Creator of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
Sam Means 2003 Staff writer for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart [216]
Chris Miller 1963 Writer for the National Lampoon, co-writer of the screenplay for Animal House (based loosely on his experiences at Dartmouth) [217]
Michael Moriarty 1963 Actor, winner of three Emmy Awards, one Tony Award and one Golden Globe Award, known for playing Benjamin Stone on Law & Order [201]
Peter Parnell 1974 Playwright and screenwriter [218]
Kamran Pasha 1993, T'2000 Hollywood screenwriter and director [219][220]
Jean Passanante 1974 Head writer of As the World Turns since May 2005; winner of Writers Guild of America Award in 2007 [221]
Bob Rafelson 1954 Filmmaker, nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture for Five Easy Pieces [222]
Shonda Rhimes 1991 Screenwriter, director, and producer; best known for producing Grey's Anatomy [223]
W. D. Richter 1968 Director of The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension [224][225]
Fred Rogers 1950 Attended 1946–48 before transferring to Rollins College; creator and host of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood [226]
Robert Ryan 1932 Actor, Academy Award and BAFTA Award nominee [227]
Budd Schulberg 1936 Screenwriter, winner of the Academy Award for On the Waterfront (best original screenplay) [228]
Andrew Shue 1989 Actor, best known for Melrose Place [229]
Roger L. Simon 1964 Novelist, screenwriter, nominated for an Academy Award for co-writing the screenplay for Enemies, a Love Story [230]
Ian Smith DMS (never graduated) Author and television personality [231]
Scott Smith 1987 Screenwriter for A Simple Plan (Academy Award nomination, 1998) [232]
Herbert Franklin Solow 1953 Producer, director, studio executive, talent agent, and writer [233]
Safiya Songhai (never graduated) Film director, producer, and writer [234]
Meryl Streep (exchange student) Actress [235]
Seth Swirsky 1982 Pop songwriter and author [236][237]
Josh Taylor Actor on Days of Our Lives [238]
Aisha Tyler 1992 Actress, winner of the NAACP Image Award, portrayed Charlie Wheeler on Friends, Lana Kane on Archer, co-host of The Talk [201]
Bob Varsha 1973 Auto racing commentator, SPEED Channel [239]
Peter Viertel 1941 Author and screenwriter [240]
Stan Waterman 1946 Emmy Award-winning cinematographer and underwater film producer [241]
Pat Weaver 1930 Pioneering television executive, creator of The Today Show and The Tonight Show, Emmy Award winner [242]
Norman Weissman Writer, director, and producer of films [243]
Brian J. White Actor and professional football and lacrosse player [244]
Jerry Zaks 1967 Tony Award-winning Broadway director and actor [245]

Government, law, and public policy[edit]

Note: Individuals who belong in multiple sections appear in the first relevant section.

United States federal and state court judges[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Nicholas Baylies 1794 Associate Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court 1831–1833 [246][247]
Michael L. Bender 1964 Chief Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court 2010–2014
George Hutchins Bingham 1887 Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit 1913–1949 [248]
Harrie B. Chase 1909 Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit 1929–1954, Chief Judge 1953–1954 [249]
Salmon P. Chase 1826 Chief Justice of the United States 1864–1873, Senator from Ohio 1849–1855, Governor of Ohio 1856–1860, United States Secretary of the Treasury 1861–1864 [250]
Robert J. Cordy 1971 Associate Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts 2001–2016
Stephen S. Cushing 1906 Associate Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court 1952–1953 [251]
Charles Donahue 1899 Associate Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts 1932–1944
Jason Downer 1838 Judge on the Wisconsin Supreme Court 1864–1867 [252]
Asa Fowler 1833 Judge on the New Hampshire Supreme Court 1855–1861 [253]
Nathaniel M. Gorton 1960 Judge on the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts 1992–present [254]
Matthew Harvey 1806 Judge on the United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire 1831–1866, Representative from New Hampshire 1821–1825, Governor of New Hampshire 1830–1831 [255]
Arthur D. Healey 1913 Judge on the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts 1942–1948, Representative from Massachusetts 1933–1942 [255]
James Stuart Holden 1935 Judge of the United States District Court for the District of Vermont 1971–1984
Thomas Penfield Jackson 1958 Judge on the United States District Court for the District of Columbia 1982–2004, presiding judge in United States v. Microsoft [256]
Dominic W. Lanza 1998 Judge on the United States District Court for the District of Arizona 2018–present [257]
Steven Menashi 2001 Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit 2019–present [258]
Sherman R. Moulton 1898 Chief Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court 1939–1949
Carl J. Nichols 1992 Judge on the United States District Court for the District of Columbia 2019–present [259]
Clarence V. Opper 1918 Judge of the United States Tax Court [260][261]
Frank Nesmith Parsons 1874 Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court 1902–1924 [262]
Donald C. Pogue 1969 Chief Judge on the United States Court of International Trade 1995–2016 [263]
Stanley Elroy Qua 1901 Associate Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts 1934–1956, Chief Justice 1947–1956
John L. Rand 1883 Judge on the Oregon Supreme Court 1921–1942, Chief Justice 1927–29, 1933–1935, 1939–1941 [264]
Beth Robinson 1986 Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court 2011–
Charles B. Schudson Judge on the Wisconsin Court of Appeals 1992–2004 [265]
John Samuel Sherburne 1776 Judge on the United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire 1804–1830, Representative from New Hampshire 1793–1797 [255]
Laurence H. Silberman 1957 Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit 1985–present, United States Ambassador to Yugoslavia 1975–1977, United States Deputy Attorney General 1974–1975, Under-secretary of Labor 1970–1973 [266]
William H. Taylor 1886 Associate Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court, 1913–1926 [267]
Webster Thayer 1879 Judge on the Superior Court of Massachusetts, presiding judge over the trial of Sacco and Vanzetti [268]
William H. Timbers 1937 Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit 1971–1994 [269]
Abel Underwood 1824 Judge on the Vermont Circuit Court, 1854–1857 [270]
William H. Walls 1954 Judge on the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey 1994–present [271]
Sterry R. Waterman 1922 Judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
Thomas D. Waterman 1981 Justice of the Supreme Court of Iowa
William Wilson 1797 Judge on the Ohio Court of Common Pleas 4th Judicial Circuit 1808–1822, Representative from Ohio 1823–1827 [255]
Michael A. Wolff 1967 Judge on the Supreme Court of Missouri 1998–present, Chief Justice 2002–2005 [272]
Levi Woodbury 1809 Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States 1845–1851, Governor of New Hampshire 1823–1824, Senator from New Hampshire 1825–1831, 1841–1845, United States Secretary of the Navy 1831–1834, United States Secretary of the Treasury 1834–1841 [273]

Executive branch and United States Cabinet members[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Sherman Adams 1920 White House Chief of Staff 1953–1958, Representative from New Hampshire 1945–1947, Governor of New Hampshire 1949–1953 [255]
Amos T. Akerman 1842 United States Attorney General 1870–1872 [274]
Alex Azar 1988 United States Secretary of Health and Human Services 2018–present
Elaine Chao (exchange student) United States Secretary of Labor 2001–2009

United States Secretary of Transportation 2017–

[275]
James Forrestal 1915 (transferred to Princeton in sophomore year) United States Secretary of the Navy 1944–1947,

first United States Secretary of Defense 1947–1949

[276]
Anthony M. Frank 1953, T'1954 United States Postmaster General 1988–1992 [277]
Timothy Geithner 1983 United States Secretary of the Treasury 2009–2013, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York 2003–2009 [278]
Henry Paulson 1968 United States Secretary of the Treasury 2006–2009; CEO of Goldman Sachs [140]
Rob Portman 1979 Director of the Office of Management and Budget 2006–2007, Representative from Ohio 1993–2005, U.S. Senator from Ohio 2011–present [255]
Redfield Proctor 1851 United States Secretary of War 1889–1891, Senator from Vermont 1891–1908, Governor of Vermont 1878–1880 [255]
Robert Reich 1968 United States Secretary of Labor 1993–1997 [279]
Nelson Rockefeller 1930 Vice President of the United States 1974–1977, Governor of New York 1959–1973 [280]
Daniel Webster 1801 United States Secretary of State 1841–1843, 1850–1852 Representative from Massachusetts 1813–1817, Representative from New Hampshire 1823–1827, Senator from Massachusetts 1827–1841, 1845–1850 [255]
Levi Woodbury 1809 Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States 1845–1851, Governor of New Hampshire 1823–1824, Senator from New Hampshire 1825–1831, 1841–1845, United States Secretary of the Navy 1831–1834, United States Secretary of the Treasury 1834–1841 [273]

Members of the United States Congress[edit]

Over 164 Dartmouth graduates have served in the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives.[255]

Senators[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Charles H. Bell 1844 Senator from New Hampshire 1879–1879, Governor of New Hampshire 1881–1883 [255]
Samuel Bell 1793 Senator from New Hampshire 1823–1835, Governor of New Hampshire 1819–1823 [255]
Fred H. Brown 1903 Senator from New Hampshire 1933–1939, Governor of New Hampshire 1923–1925 [255]
Henry E. Burnham 1865 Senator from New Hampshire 1901–1913 [255]
Dudley Chase 1791 Senator from Vermont 1813–1817, 1825–1831, anti-Jacksonian, uncle of Salmon P. Chase [255]
Rufus Choate 1819 Senator from Massachusetts 1841–1845, Representative from Massachusetts 1831–1834 [255]
Daniel Clark 1834 Senator from New Hampshire 1857–1866, President pro tempore of the United States Senate 1864–1865 [255]
Judah Dana 1795 Senator from Maine 1836–1837 [255]
Irving W. Drew 1870 Senator from New Hampshire 1918–1918 [255]
Peter Fitzgerald 1982 Senator from Illinois 1999–2005 [255]
George G. Fogg 1839 Senator from New Hampshire 1866–1867 [255]
Theodore Foster 1786 Senator from Rhode Island 1790–1803 [281]
Kirsten Gillibrand 1988 Senator from New York 2009–present; Representative from New York 2007–2009; first female Dartmouth graduate in Congress [282][283]
Slade Gorton 1949 Senator from Washington 1981–1987, 1989–2001 [255]
James W. Grimes 1836 Senator from Iowa 1859–1869, Governor of Iowa 1854–1858 [255]
John Hoeven 1979 Senator from North Dakota 2011–present, Governor of North Dakota 2001–2010 [255]
Henry Hubbard 1803 Senator from New Hampshire 1835–1841, Representative from New Hampshire 1829–1835, Governor of New Hampshire 1842–1844 [255]
Angus King 1966 Senator from Maine 2013–present, Governor of Maine 1995–2003 [284]
Gilman Marston 1837 Senator from New Hampshire 1889–1889, Representative from New Hampshire 1859–1863, 1865–1867 [255]
Thomas J. McIntyre 1937 Senator from New Hampshire 1962–1979 [255]
Hugh Mitchell 1930 Senator from Washington 1945–1946, Representative from Washington 1949–1953 [255]
George H. Moses 1890 Senator from New Hampshire 1918–1933, President pro tempore of the United States Senate 1925–1933, Minister to Greece and Montenegro 1909–1912 [255]
Moses Norris, Jr. 1828 Senator from New Hampshire 1849–1855, Representative from New Hampshire 1843–1847 [255]
Albion K. Parris 1806 Senator from Maine 1827–1828, Representative from Maine 1815–1818, Governor of Maine 1822–1827, Mayor of Portland, Maine, Maine 1852–1852 [255]
James W. Patterson 1848 Senator from New Hampshire 1867–1873, Representative from New Hampshire 1863–1867 [255]
Rob Portman 1979 Senator from Ohio 2011–, Representative from Ohio 1993–2005 [255]
Jonathan Ross 1851 Senator from Vermont 1899–1900 [255]
Ether Shepley 1811 Senator from Maine 1833–1836 [255]
Tina Smith T 1984 Senator from Minnesota 2018–present [255]
Paul Tsongas 1962 Senator from Massachusetts 1979–1985, Representative from Massachusetts 1975–1979 [255]
Leonard Wilcox 1817 Senator from New Hampshire 1842–1843 [255]

Representatives[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Heman Allen 1795 Representative from Vermont 1817–1818, Minister Plenipotentiary to Chile 1824–1827 [255]
Samuel Clesson Allen 1794 Representative from Massachusetts 1817–1829 [255]
James C. Alvord 1827 Representative from Massachusetts 1839–1839 [255]
Nathan Appleton Representative from Massachusetts 1831–1833, 1842–1842 [285]
Lemuel H. Arnold 1811 Representative from Rhode Island 1845–1847, Governor of Rhode Island 1831–1833 [255]
Henry Moore Baker 1863 Representative from New Hampshire 1893–1897 [255]
William Emerson Barrett 1880 Representative from Massachusetts 1895–1899 [255]
Ichabod Bartlett 1808 Representative from New Hampshire 1823–1829 [255]
Charles Bass 1974 Representative from New Hampshire 1995–2007, 2011–2013 [255]
Perkins Bass 1934 Representative from New Hampshire 1955–1963 [255]
Samuel Newell Bell 1847 Representative from New Hampshire 1871–1873, 1875–1877 [255]
Silas Betton 1787 Representative from New Hampshire 1803–1807 [255]
Abijah Bigelow 1795 Representative from Massachusetts 1810–1815 [255]
Frank S. Black 1875 Representative from New York 1895–1897, Governor of New York 1897–1898 [255]
John Blanchard 1812 Representative from Pennsylvania 1845–1849 [255]
Daniel Breck 1812 Representative from Kentucky 1849–1851 [255]
Francis B. Brewer 1843 Representative from New York 1883–1885 [255]
Elijah Brigham 1778 Representative from Massachusetts 1811–1816 [255]
David Bronson 1819 Representative from Maine 1841–1843 [255]
Daniel Azro Ashley Buck 1823 Representative from Vermont 1823–1825 1827–1829 (two different districts) [286]
Ellsworth B. Buck 1914 Representative from New York 1944–1945, 1945–1949 (two different districts) [255]
Joseph Buffum, Jr. 1807 Representative from New Hampshire 1819–1821 [255]
Robert Burns DMS 1811 Representative from New Hampshire 1833–1837 [255]
Sherman Everett Burroughs 1894 Representative from New Hampshire 1917–1923 [255]
Mike Capuano 1973 Representative from Massachusetts 1999–2019 [287]
John Carney 1978 Representative from Delaware 2011–2017, Governor of Delaware 2017–present, Lieutenant Governor of Delaware 2001–2009 [288]
Daniel Chipman 1788 Representative from Vermont 1815–1816 [255]
Martin Chittenden 1789 Representative from Vermont 1803–1813, Governor of Vermont 1813–1815 [255]
Frank Gay Clarke 1873 Representative from New Hampshire 1897–1901 [255]
James Hodge Codding 1871 Representative from Pennsylvania 1895–1899 [255]
William Cogswell 1859 Representative from Massachusetts 1887–1895 [255]
Thomas B. Curtis 1932 Representative from Missouri 1951–1953, 1953–1969 (two different districts) [255]
Benjamin Dean 1845 Representative from Massachusetts 1878–1879 [255]
Nelson Dingley, Jr. 1855 Representative from Maine 1881–1899, Governor of Maine 1874–1876 [255]
Samuel Dinsmoor 1789 Representative from New Hampshire 1811–1813, Governor of New Hampshire 1831–1834 [255]
Edwin B. Dooley 1926 Representative from New York 1957–1963 [255]
Fred J. Douglas 1895 Representative from New York 1937–1945 [255]
Daniel Meserve Durell 1794 Representative from New Hampshire 1807–1809 [255]
Ira Allen Eastman 1829 Representative from New Hampshire 1839–1843 [255]
Thomas M. Edwards 1813 Representative from New Hampshire 1859–1863 [255]
Allen E. Ertel Th'1958, T'1959 Representative from Pennsylvania 1977–1983 [255][289]
Evarts Worcester Farr 1863 Representative from New Hampshire 1879–1880 [255]
T. A. D. Fessenden 1845 Representative from Maine 1862–1863 [255]
Walbridge A. Field 1855 Representative from Massachusetts 1877–1878, 1879–1881 [255]
Benjamin Flanders 1842 Representative from Louisiana 1863–1864, Governor of Louisiana 1867–1868, Mayor of New Orleans 1870–1872 [255]
Isaac Fletcher 1808 Representative from Vermont 1837–1841 [255]
Richard Fletcher 1806 Representative from Massachusetts 1837–1839 [255]
David J. Foster 1880 Representative from Vermont 1901–1912 [255]
Bill Frenzel 1950 Representative from Minnesota 1971–1991 [255]
Sylvester Gilbert 1775 Representative from New Hampshire 1818–1819 [255]
Calvin Goddard 1786 Representative from Connecticut 1801–1805 [255]
Daniel W. Gooch 1843 Representative from Massachusetts 1858–1863, 1863–1865, 1873–1875 (three different districts) [255]
John Noble Goodwin 1844 Representative from Maine 1861–1863, Governor of the Arizona Territory 1863–1866, delegate from the Arizona Territory 1866–1867 [255]
George Grennell, Jr. 1808 Representative from Massachusetts 1829–1839 [255]
Frank Joseph Guarini 1946 Representative from New Jersey 1979–1993 [255]
Fletcher Hale 1905 Representative from New Hampshire 1925–1931 [255]
Joshua G. Hall 1851 Representative from New Hampshire 1879–1883 [255]
Winfield Scott Hammond 1884 Representative from Minnesota 1907–1915, Governor of Minnesota 1915–1915 [255]
Harry Hibbard 1835 Representative from New Hampshire 1849–1855 [255]
Edgar W. Hiestand 1910 Representative from California 1953–1963 [255]
Paul Hodes 1972 Representative from New Hampshire 2007–2011 [290]
Jonathan Hunt 1807 Representative from Vermont 1827–1832 [255]
Luther Jewett 1795 Representative from Vermont 1815–1817 [255]
Thomas B. Kyle 1881 Representative from Ohio 1901–1905 [255]
Jay Le Fevre 1918 Representative from New York 1943–1945, 1945–1951 (different districts) [255]
Robert M. Leach 1902 Representative from Massachusetts 1924–1925 [255]
John Locke 1792 (never graduated) Representative from Massachusetts 1823–1829 [255]
Joseph S. Lyman 1805 Representative from New York 1819–1821 [255]
Asa Lyon 1790 Representative from Vermont 1815–1817 [255]
Clark MacGregor 1944 Representative from Minnesota 1961–1971 [255]
Richard W. Mallary 1949 Representative from Vermont 1972–1975 [255]
Charles Marsh 1786 Representative from Vermont 1815–1817 [255]
George Perkins Marsh 1820 Representative from Vermont 1843–1849, Minister Resident in Turkey 1849–1853, Envoy to Italy 1861–1882 [255]
David Thomas Martin 1929 Representative from Nebraska 1959–1961, 1961–1974 (two different districts) [255]
Ebenezer Mattoon 1776 Representative from Massachusetts 1801–1803 [255]
Samuel W. McCall 1874 Representative from Massachusetts 1893–1913, Governor of Massachusetts 1916–1919 [255]
Robert McClory 1930 Representative from Illinois 1963–1983 [255]
John A. McGuire 1928 Representative from Connecticut 1949–1953 [255]
Rufus McIntire 1809 Representative from Maine 1827–1835 [255]
Richard S. Molony DMS 1832 Representative from Illinois 1851–1853 [255]
John S. Monagan 1933 Representative from Connecticut 1959–1973 [255]
Harold G. Mosier 1912 Representative from Ohio 1937–1939 [255]
Jeremiah Nelson 1790 Representative from Massachusetts 1805–1807, 1815–1825, 1831–1833 [255]
John Noyes 1795 Representative from Vermont 1815–1815 [255]
Benjamin Orr 1798 Representative from Massachusetts 1817–1819 [255]
Charles H. Peaslee 1824 Representative from New Hampshire 1847–1853 [255]
Henry Moses Pollard 1857 Representative from Missouri 1877–1879 [255]
Samuel L. Powers 1874 Representative from Massachusetts 1901–1903, 1903–1905 (two different districts) [255]
Ambrose Ranney 1844 Representative from Massachusetts 1881–1887 [255]
Edward C. Reed 1812 Representative from New York 1831–1833 [255]
Joseph Richardson 1802 Representative from Massachusetts 1827–1831 [255]
Eleazer Wheelock Ripley 1800 Representative from Louisiana 1835–1839 [255]
William Nathaniel Rogers 1915 Representative from New Hampshire 1923–1925 [255]
Erastus Root 1793 Representative from New York 1803–1805, 1809–1811, 1815–1817 [255]
Samuel Locke Sawyer 1833 Representative from Missouri 1879–1881 [255]
Herman T. Schneebeli 1930 T'1931 Representative from Pennsylvania 1960–1977 [291]
John Samuel Sherburne 1776 Representative from New Hampshire 1793–1797 [292]
Don Sherwood 1963 Representative from Pennsylvania 1999–2007 [255]
George A. Simmons 1816 Representative from New York 1853–1857 [255]
Henry P. Smith III 1933 Representative from New York 1965–1975 [255]
Peleg Sprague 1783 Representative from New Hampshire 1797–1799 [255]
Bradford N. Stevens 1835 Representative from Illinois 1871–1873 [255]
Moses T. Stevens 1846 Representative from Massachusetts 1891–1893, 1893–1895 (two different districts) [255]
Thaddeus Stevens 1814 Representative from Pennsylvania 1849–1853, 1859–1868 (two different districts), drafter of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, leader of the Radical Republicans during Reconstruction [255]
Samuel Taggart 1774 Representative from New Hampshire 1803–1817 [255]
Joseph E. Talbot 1922 Representative from Connecticut 1942–1947 [255]
Nathaniel Terry 1786 Representative from Connecticut 1817–1819 [255]
Samuel Thurston 1843 Delegate from the Oregon Territory to the United States Congress 1849–1851 [255]
Charles Q. Tirrell 1866 Representative from Massachusetts 1901–1910 [255]
Andrew Tracy 1821 Representative from Vermont 1853–1855 [255]
Amos Tuck 1835 Representative from New Hampshire 1847–1853, co-founder of the Republican Party [255]
Doug Walgren 1962 Representative from Massachusetts 1977–1991 [255]
John Wentworth 1836 Representative from Illinois 1843–1851, 1853–1855, 1865–1867, Mayor of Chicago 1857–1858, 1860–1861 (three different districts), editor of the Chicago Democrat, a two-term mayor of Chicago [255]
Thomas Whipple, Jr. 1814 Representative from New Hampshire 1821–1829 [255]
Charles W. Willard 1851 Representative from Vermont 1869–1875 [255]
George F. Williams 1872 Representative from Massachusetts 1891–1893, Minister to Greece 1913–1914 [255]
Hezekiah Williams 1820 Representative from Maine 1845–1849 [255]
Phineas White 1797 Representative from Vermont 1821–1823 [255]
Rick White 1975 Representative from Washington 1995–1999 [255]

United States governors[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
John H. Bartlett 1894 Governor of New Hampshire 1919–1921 [293]
Robert O. Blood DMS 1913 Governor of New Hampshire 1941–1945 [294]
Albert O. Brown 1878 Governor of New Hampshire 1921–1923 [295]
John Carney 1978 Governor of Delaware 2017–present, Lieutenant Governor of Delaware 2001–2009, Representative from Delaware 2011–2017 [288]
Channing H. Cox 1901 Governor of Massachusetts 1921–1925 [296]
Moody Currier 1834 Governor of New Hampshire 1885–1887 [297]
Nathan Cutler 1798 Governor of Maine 1829–1830 [298]
Samuel Dinsmoor 1789 Governor of New Hampshire 1831–1834 [299]
Lane Dwinell 1928 Governor of New Hampshire 1955–1959 [300]
Arthur Emerson 1914 Governor of American Samoa 1931 [301]
John Hoeven 1979 Governor of North Dakota 2000–2010, U.S. Senator from North Dakota 2011–present [302]
Angus King 1966 Governor of Maine 1995–2003, U.S. Senator from Maine 2013–present [284]
John Kitzhaber 1969 Governor of Oregon 1995–2003, 2011–2015 [303]
Noah Martin DMS 1824 Governor of New Hampshire 1852–1854 [304]
James L. McConaughy M.A. 1915 Governor of Connecticut 1947–1948 [305]
John R. McKernan, Jr. 1970 Governor of Maine 1987–1995 [306]
Ralph Metcalf 1823 Governor of New Hampshire 1855–1857 [307]
Walter R. Peterson, Jr. 1947 Governor of New Hampshire 1969–1973 [308]
Samuel E. Pingree B.A. 1857
M.A. 1867
Governor of Vermont 1884–1886 [309]
Benjamin F. Prescott 1856 Governor of New Hampshire 1877–1879 [310]
Bruce Rauner 1978 Governor of Illinois 2015–present [311]
Moses Robinson M.A. (hon.) 1790 Governor of Vermont 1789–1790 [312]
Robert W. Straub 1943 Governor of Oregon 1975–1979 [313]
Thomas W. Wolf 1972 Governor of Pennsylvania 2015–present [314]

Ambassadors and other diplomats from the United States[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Joel Barlow 1778 United States Consul to the City of Algiers 1795–1797, United States Ambassador to France 1811–1812 [315]
Robert L. Barry 1956 United States Ambassador to Bulgaria 1981–1984 and United States Ambassador to Indonesia 1992–1995 [266][316]
Stephen W. Bosworth 1961 United States Ambassador to Tunisia 1979–1981, United States Ambassador to the Republic of the Philippines 1984–1987, United States Ambassador to Korea 1997–2000 [317]
Everett Ellis Briggs 1956 United States Ambassador to Panama 1982–1986, United States Ambassador to Honduras 1986–1989, United States Ambassador to Portugal 1990–1993 [266]
James Cason 1966 United States Ambassador to Paraguay 2005–present [266][318]
Henry Lee Clarke 1962 United States Ambassador to Uzbekistan 1992–1995 [319]
William Eaton 1790 United States Consul General to the City of Tunis 1797–1803 [320]
Robert C. Hill 1942 United States Ambassador to Costa Rica 1953–1954, United States Ambassador to El Salvador 1954–1955, United States Ambassador to Mexico 1957–1960, United States Ambassador to Spain 1969–1972, United States Ambassador to Argentina 1974–1977 [266][321]
James F. Moriarty United States Ambassador to Nepal 2004–2007, United States Ambassador to Bangladesh 2008–present [322]
Alfred H. Moses 1951 United States Ambassador to Romania 1994–1997 [266]
Francis J. Ricciardone, Jr. 1973 United States Ambassador to the Republic of the Philippines 2002–2005, United States Ambassador to Egypt 2005–present [323]
Gregory W. Slayton 1981 United States Consul General to Bermuda 2005–present [324][325]
Ronald I. Spiers 1950 United States Ambassador to the Bahamas 1973–1974, United States Ambassador to Turkey 1977–1980, United States Ambassador to Pakistan 1981–1983 [266]

Government officials outside the U.S.[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Ebenezer Allen 1826 Attorney General of the Republic of Texas, railroad promoter, namesake of the city of Allen, Texas [326]
Gordon Campbell 1970 Premier of British Columbia 2001–2011 [327]
Howard Hampton Member of Provincial Parliament 1987–1999, 1999–present (two different districts), leader of the Ontario New Democratic Party 1996–2009 [328]
Colin Kenny T1968 Special Assistant to the Prime Minister of Canada 1969–1972 Director of Operations PMO 1972–1976 Policy Advisor the Prime Minister of Canada 1976 Assistant Principal to the Prime Minister of Canada 1976–1979; member of the Senate (Ontario) 1984–present
Paavo Lipponen Prime Minister of Finland 1995–2003, member of the Parliament of Finland 1991–2007 [329]
Juan Carlos Navarro 1983 Mayor of Panama City 1999–2009 [330]
Nit Phibunsongkhram 1962 Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the United States from Thailand 1996–present [266]
William Remington 1939 Alleged Soviet spy [331]
Wes Sheridan 1982 Member of the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island from Kensington-Malpeque, Canada 2007–present [332]
Tiffany George Sylvester c. 1830 Mayor of Hamilton, Ontario

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

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Charles C. Adams, Jr. 1968 Fundraiser, lawyer, human rights activist [333]
Daniel Adams 1779 New Hampshire State Senator 1838–1840 [334]
Harry Amey 1894 United States Attorney for the District of Vermont 1923–1933 [335]
Alex Azar 1988 Deputy Secretary of the United States Department of Health and Human Services 2006–2007 [336]
Norman Bay 1982 United States Attorney for the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico 2000–2002 [337]
Rand Beers 1964 National Security Council counterterrorism adviser c. 1980–2003 [338]
Mark Brzezinski 1987 Lawyer and foreign policy expert, advisor to Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign [339]
Enoch Chase 1831 Wisconsin State Senator 1882–1884 [340]
Ronald Chen 1980 New Jersey Public Advocate 2006–present [341]
Ed Clark 1952 Libertarian candidate for President of the United States in 1980 [342]
Robert Clark Corrente 1978 United States Attorney for the United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island 2004–2009 [343]
Leah D. Daughtry 1984 CEO of the 2008 Democratic National Convention [344]
Benjamin W. Dean 1848 Secretary of State of Vermont [345]
Josiah Dunham 1789 Secretary of State of Vermont [346]
Asahel Farr 1846 Wisconsin State Senator 1876–1877 [347]
Gregory G. Garre 1987 United States Solicitor General 2008–2009 [348]
Roger Goodman 1983 Washington State Representative 2006–present [349]
Kenneth Hecht 1956 Public interest attorney [350]
Hugh H. Henry 1833 Member Vermont House of Representatives and Vermont Senate, United States Marshal for Vermont [351]
Peter Hutchinson 1971 Minnesota politician, unsuccessful independent candidate for Governor of Minnesota in 2006 [352][353]
Joel Hyatt 1972 Unsuccessful Democratic candidate for Senator from Ohio in 1994, founder of Hyatt Legal Services [354]
Abdul Kallon 1990 Alabama lawyer and current federal judicial nominee to the United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama [355]
Thomas Kean, Jr. 1990 New Jersey State Senator 2003–present, unsuccessful Republican candidate for Senator from New Jersey in 2006 [356]
C. Everett Koop 1937 Surgeon General of the United States 1982–1989 [357]
Quentin L. Kopp 1949 California State Senator 1986–1998 [358]
Timothy Kraft 1963 Political consultant and campaign manager in 1980 for the unsuccessful Jimmy Carter reelection bid [359]
Edward Lamb 1924 Labor attorney during the 1934 Toledo Auto-Lite strike [360]
Karen Loeffler United States Attorney for the District of Alaska [361]
Wendy E. Long Law clerk for US Court of Appeals judge Ralph Winter and Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas [362]
William J. Lynn III 1976 Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) 1997–2001, current nominee for United States Deputy Secretary of Defense [363]
Frank G. Mahady 1961 Judge of the Vermont District Court; Associate Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court [364]
Carl McCall 1958 New York State Senator 1975–1979, New York State Comptroller 1993–2002, unsuccessful Democratic candidate for Governor of New York in 2002 [365]
Sherman R. Moulton 1898 Chief Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court, 1938–1949 [366][367]
Peter Robinson 1979 Speechwriter for Ronald Reagan, writer of famous "Tear down this wall!" speech [368]
Daniel Runde 1994 International Development and International Studies, former political appointee in the Bush Administration, William A. Schreyer endowed chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies [369]
Jack Ryan 1981 Unsuccessful Republican candidate for Senator from Illinois in 2004 [370]
Kevin V. Ryan 1980 United States Attorney for the Northern District of California 2002–2007, one of nine U.S. Attorneys at the center of the ongoing dismissal of U.S. attorneys controversy [371]
Edmund Sim 1988 International trade attorney [372]
Stuart O. Simms 1972 Unsuccessful candidate for Attorney General of Maryland in 2006 [373]
Benjamin H. Steele 1857 Associate Justice of the Vermont Supreme Court [374]
Todd Stern 1973 U.S. special envoy for climate change 2009–present [375]
Diana Taylor 1977 New York Superintendent of Banks 2003–2007, companion of New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg [376]
Charles H. Treat 1863 Treasurer of the United States 1905–1909 [377]
Benjamin Wagner United States Attorney for the Eastern District of California 2009–present [378]
Dave Winters 1974 Illinois State Representative 1995–present [379]
Bill Yellowtail 1971 Montana State Senator 1985–1993, unsuccessful Democratic candidate for Senator from Montana in 1996 [380]

Journalism and media[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Seth Abramson 1998 Newsweek columnist, BBC and CNN TV analyst, curatorial journalist and New York Times best-selling author [381][382]
Bill Beutel 1953 First anchor of what became Good Morning America [383]
Rudi Blesh Jazz critic and reviewer [384]
Keith Boykin 1987 Co-host of the BET TV talk show My Two Cents [385]
Thomas Braden 1940 Journalist and author [386][387]
Ty Burr 1980 Film critic for The Boston Globe [388]
Vincent Canby Critic for The New York Times [389]
Nicholas Carr 1981 Writer on technology, economics, and culture [390]
Robert Christgau 1962 Rock music critic, formerly of the Village Voice [391]
Dinesh D'Souza 1983 Political analyst, fellow at the Hoover Institution [392]
Orvil Dryfoos 1934 Publisher of The New York Times [393]
Nathaniel Fick 1999 Author of One Bullet Away and officer in the United States Marine Corps [394]
Gregory Fossedal 1981 Conservative activist and author, co-founder of The Dartmouth Review [395]
Paul Gambaccini 1970 Radio and television presenter in the United Kingdom [396]
Brett Haber 1991 Sportscaster formerly of ESPN's SportsCenter [187]
Robert Hager 1960 NBC news analyst and correspondent [397]
George Herman 1941 Journalist for CBS, moderator for Face the Nation [398]
Evan X Hyde 1969 Publisher of Belize's newspaper Amandala [399]
Laura Ingraham 1985 Political analyst, host of radio show The Laura Ingraham Show [400]
Steve Kelley 1981 Political cartoonist for the New Orleans Times-Picayune [401][402][403]
Jason E. Klein 1982 CEO of Times Mirror Magazines and CEO of Newspaper National Network LP [404]
Mort Kondracke 1960 Executive editor of Roll Call; political commentator and journalist, author of Saving Millie: Love, Politics, and Parkinson's Disease, which was made into a movie for CBS [405]
A. J. Liebling 1924 Journalist, long-time contributor to The New Yorker [406]
James Nachtwey 1970 Photojournalist [407]
James Panero 1998 Managing Editor of The New Criterion [408]
Spencer Reiss 1974 Journalist for Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, and Wired [409][410]
Mel Robbins 1990 Journalist for CNN, television show host, and author [411]
David Rosenbaum 1963 Journalist for The New York Times, winner of the 1991 Polk Award [412]
Thomas N. Schroth 1942 Editor of Congressional Quarterly and founder of The National Journal [413]
Maggie Shnayerson 2003 Journalist for TIME, The New York Sun, and the New York Post [414]
Michael Shnayerson Contributor to Vanity Fair [415]
Jacques Steinberg 1988 Journalist for The New York Times [187]
Jake Tapper 1991 Journalist for CNN [416]
George Ticknor 1847 Editor of The Keene Sentinel, c. 1860–1866 [417]
Robert Uhlmann 1971 Founder of Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems [418]
David Viscott 1959 Psychiatrist, professor, author, and media personality [419]
Michael Weiss 2002 Journalist, security analyst and author [420]

Bloggers[edit]

Name Year/degree Blog Reference
John H. Hinderaker 1971 Power Line [421]
Scott W. Johnson 1971 Power Line [421]
Melissa Lafsky 2000 Opinionistas [422]
Paul Mirengoff 1971 Power Line [421]
Andrew "McLovin" Perloff 1993 The Dan Patrick Show [423]
Samuel I. Stein 2004 Huffington Post [424]
Collin Tiegs 2007 Goodosphere [425]

Literature, writing, and translation[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Philip Booth 1947 Poet, winner of Guggenheim grant [426]
William Bronk 1938 Poet, winner of National Book Award [427]
Brock Brower 1953 Novelist, nominated for the National Book Award
Joseph Campbell 1926 (never graduated) Author of The Hero with a Thousand Faces, which inspired Star Wars and The Matrix [428]
Eric Dezenhall 1984 Author of fiction and nonfiction; books include Glass Jaw, A Manifesto for Defending Fragile Reputations in an Age of Instant Scandal, Money Wanders and The Devil Himself [429][430]
Bruce Ducker 1960 Novelist [431]
Louise Erdrich 1976 Novelist, poet, winner of the O. Henry Award in 1987, Guggenheim Fellow, National Book Critics Circle Award [432]
Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss) 1925 Children's author and illustrator
Philip Babcock Gove 1922 Lexicographer and editor-in-chief of Webster's Third New International [433]
Richard Hovey 1885 Poet [434]
Bruce Judson 1976 Author of business and public policy books [435]
Eric P. Kelly 1906 Journalist and writer, author of The Trumpeter of Krakow and recipient of the 1929 Newbery Medal [436]
Phil Klay 2005 US Marine officer, author of Redeployment and winner of the 2014 National Book Award for Fiction [437]
Richmond Lattimore 1926 Translator of the Iliad and other classics [438]
Norman Maclean 1924 Author of A River Runs Through It and Young Men and Fire, winner of the National Book Award [439]
Warren E. Preece 1943 General editor of the Encyclopædia Britannica [440]
Gregory Rabassa 1944 Acclaimed translator of Gabriel García Márquez's One Hundred Years of Solitude, Julio Cortázar's Hopscotch, and other major works of Latin American literature [441]
Juliette Rossant Author, journalist, and poet [442]
Howard Roughan Novelist [443]
Alexander O. Smith 1995 Japanese/English translator and author [444]
Tara Bray Smith 1992 Writer, memoirist [445]
Thorne Smith Science fiction author [446]
Ed Victor Literary agent [447]

Pulitzer Prize winners[edit]

The Pulitzer Prize is an American award regarded as the highest national honor in print journalism, literary achievements, and musical compositions.

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Thomas M. Burton 1971 Reporter for the Chicago bureau of The Wall Street Journal, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Explanatory Reporting in 2004 [448]
Richard Eberhart 1926 U.S. poet laureate, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1966 and the National Book Award in 1977 [449]
Dan Fagin 1985 Journalist, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction in 2014 for Toms River [450]
Robert Frost 1896 (never graduated) U.S. poet laureate, winner of four Pulitzer Prizes [451]
Paul Gigot 1977 The Wall Street Journal editorial page editor, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary in 2000 [452]
Frank Gilroy 1950 Playwright, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1965 for The Subject Was Roses [453]
Jake Hooker 1995 Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting in 2008 [454]
Nigel Jaquiss 1984 Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting in 2005 [455]
Nick Kotz 1955 Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting in 1968 [456]
Joseph Rago 2005 Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing in 2011 [457]
Martin J. Sherwin 1959 Historian regarding nuclear proliferation; shared the Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography with Kai Bird in 2006 [458]
David K. Shipler 1964 Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction in 1987 [459]

Medicine[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Frederick W. Adams 1822 Physician, author, and violin maker [460]
Lori Arviso Alvord 1976 Became the first board-certified female Diné surgeon in 1994; author of The Scalpel and the Silver Bear; nominated for U.S. Surgeon General in 2013 [461]
John Francis Eisold DMS 1976 Current attending physician at the United States Capitol [462]
George L. Engel 1934 Psychiatrist, formulator of the biopsychosocial model [463]
Irwin Freedberg Dermatologist [464]
John Gunderson DMS 1965 Director of McLean Hospital's Borderline Center; Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School; pioneer of research on the treatment of borderline personality disorder [465]
Charles Knowlton DMS 1824 Physician, author of a noted pamphlet on birth control [466]
Calvin C.J. Sia 1950 Developer of both the medical home concept for primary care and the federal Emergency Medical Services for Children program [467]
Bob Smith 1902 Co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous [468]
Paul Zamecnik 1934 Professor of medicine emeritus at the Harvard Medical School and Senior Scientist at Massachusetts General Hospital [469]
David Zarling M.A. Oncology drug development scientist and entrepreneur [470]
Elad Levy B.S. Leader, researcher, innovator in the field of Neurosurgery for the treatment of stroke [471]

Military[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Dean C. Allard 1955 Director of the United States Navy's Naval Historical Center [472]
Robert J. Dixon 1941 Four-star general in the United States Air Force [473]
George P. Estey (never graduated) Union Army Brigadier General, lawyer [474]
Jack K. Farris 1981 U.S. Air Force Major General [475]
Joshua James Guppey 1843 Union Army Brigadier General [476]
Frank A. Haskell 1854 Union Army colonel during the American Civil War [477]
John C. Meyer U.S. Air Force General, World War II flying ace, commander-in-chief of the Strategic Air Command [478]
Arnold Resnicoff 1968 Navy chaplain; Command Chaplain, United States European Command; Special Assistant for Values and Vision to the Secretary and Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force
William W. Stickney 1926 U.S. Marine Corps major general, director of Marine Corps Marine Corps Reserve [479]
John L. Sullivan 1921 United States Secretary of the Navy 1947–1949 [480]
Eri D. Woodbury 1863 American Civil War Medal of Honor recipient

Religion[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Jonathan Clarkson Gibbs 1852 Presbyterian minister [481]
Caleb Sprague Henry 1825 Episcopal clergyman and author
Arthur Whipple Jenks 1884, D.D. 1911 Episcopal theologian [482]
William Palmer Ladd Episcopal priest and seminary dean
Arnold Resnicoff 1968 Rabbi and retired U.S. Navy chaplain, national director of interreligious affairs for the American Jewish Committee, and special assistant for values and vision to the Secretary and Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force
Solomon Spalding 1785 Calvinist clergyman, possibly the author of a predecessor work of the Book of Mormon [483]
David E. Stern 1983 Senior rabbi, Temple Emanu-El, Dallas, Texas [484]
Joseph Tracy M.A. 1814 Protestant minister, author, and historian [485]

Social reform[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Charles Eastman 1887 Santee Sioux author, physician, and reformer [486]
Lester Granger 1918 African-American civil rights activist [487]
John Humphrey Noyes 1830 Founder of the Utopian Oneida Society [488]

Sports[edit]

Baseball[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Brad Ausmus 1991 Catcher, 1999 All-Star, three-time Gold Glove winner, manager of the Detroit Tigers, San Diego Padres, and Israel national baseball team [489]
Jim Beattie 1976 Pitcher for the New York Yankees and the Seattle Mariners [490]
Pete Burnside 1952 Pitcher for the New York Giants, San Francisco Giants, Washington Senators, Detroit Tigers, and Baltimore Orioles
Ralph Glaze 1906 Pitcher for the Boston Red Sox; football All-American; head coach of football, basketball, and track and field for several universities [491]
Kyle Hendricks 2013 Pitcher for the Chicago Cubs
Matt Klentak 2002 MLB executive [492]
Chick Maynard 1920 Shortstop for the Boston Red Sox [493]
Bill Neukom 1964 Managing general partner and chief executive officer of the San Francisco Giants (due to become chairman emeritus January 1, 2012) [494]
Mike Remlinger 1988 Pitcher, 2002 MLB All-Star [495]
Red Rolfe 1931 Third baseman for the New York Yankees [496]
Chuck Seelbach 1970 Pitcher for the Detroit Tigers [497]
Rusty Yarnall 1926 (transferred to University of Vermont[498]) Pitcher for the Philadelphia Phillies [493]

Basketball[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
James Blackwell 1991 Guard for the Charlotte Hornets and the Boston Celtics [499]
Aud Brindley 1946 Forward for the New York Knicks [499]
Ric Bucher 1983 Basketball analyst for ESPN [500]
Dave Gavitt 1959 Coach at Providence College, first commissioner of the Big East Conference [501]
Russ Granik 1969 Deputy Commissioner and COO of the NBA [502]
Rudy LaRusso 1959 Forward and center for the Minneapolis Lakers, five-time NBA All-Star [503]
Walter Palmer 1990 Center for the Utah Jazz and the Dallas Mavericks [499]

Football[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Murry Bowden 1971 Linebacker, member of College Football Hall of Fame [504]
Mike Brown 1957 Owner of Cincinnati Bengals
Frank Cavanaugh 1898 College football coach [505]
Jim Chasey 1971 Player in Canadian Football League [506]
Casey Cramer 2004 Tight end for Tennessee Titans [507]
Jay Fiedler 1994 Quarterback for Miami Dolphins [508]
Amos Foster 1904 College football coach [509]
Ed Healey 1919 Offensive tackle for Chicago Bears [510]
Jeff Kemp 1981 Quarterback for Los Angeles Rams, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks [511]
Lloyd Lee 1998 Defensive assistant coach of Chicago Bears [512]
Nick Lowery 1978 Placekicker, 3-time NFL Pro Bowler [513]
Bob MacLeod 1939 Halfback, member of College Football Hall of Fame, coach for Army [514]
Brian Mann 2002 Quarterback for Los Angeles Avengers [515]
Bill Morton 1932 Quarterback, member of College Football Hall of Fame [516]
Bill Roberts Halfback for Green Bay Packers [517]
Gordon Rule Defensive back for Green Bay Packers [518]
Kyle Schroeder 2000, T'2007 Defensive tackle for Birmingham Thunderbolts (XFL) [519]
Dave Shula 1981 Wide receiver and coach [520]
Gus Sonnenberg 1920 Halfback in NFL, professional wrestler [521]
Clarence Spears 1917 Dartmouth player and coach, member of College Football Hall of Fame [514]
Buddy Teevens 1979 Quarterback, current head coach for Dartmouth, former head coach at Maine, Stanford [522]
George Tully All-American and NFL player
Zach Walz 1998 Linebacker for Arizona Cardinals [523]
Reggie Williams 1976 Linebacker for Cincinnati Bengals [524][525]
Myron E. Witham 1904 Back, All-American, head coach of University of Colorado [493]
Swede Youngstrom 1919[526] Center and guard [521]

Ice hockey[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Gillian Apps 2006 Left wing, gold medalist for Canada in 2006 Winter Olympics [527]
Walter Bush 1951 Administrator and organizer [528]
Tanner Glass 2007 Center for Pittsburgh Penguins [529]
Hugh Jessiman 2006 Right wing for New York Rangers [530]
David Jones 2008 Right wing for Calgary Flames [531]
Kristin King 2002 Player, bronze medalist in 2006 Winter Olympics [532]
Myles Lane 1928 Defenseman for New York Rangers, Boston Bruins, football coach at Boston University, New York Supreme Court justice [533][534]
Ben Lovejoy 2007 Defenseman for Anaheim Ducks [535]
Sarah Parsons 2010 Player, bronze medalist in 2006 Winter Olympics [532][536]
Cherie Piper 2006 Forward, gold medalist for Canada in 2002 and 2006 Winter Olympics [537]
Lee Stempniak 2005 Right wing for Calgary Flames [538]
Katie Weatherston 2006 Forward, gold medalist for Canada in 2006 Winter Olympics [539]
Carey Wilson 1983 (never graduated) Center for Calgary Flames, Hartford Whalers, New York Rangers [493][540]

Track and field[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Gerry Ashworth 1963 Sprinter, gold medalist in 1964 Summer Olympics [541]
Vilhjálmur Einarsson 1956 Triple jumper, silver medalist in 1956 Summer Olympics [541]
Edwin Myers 1920 Pole vaulter, bronze medalist in 1920 Summer Olympics [541]
Adam Nelson 1997 Shotputter, gold medalist in 2000 Summer Olympics [542]
Arthur Shaw 1908 Hurdler, bronze medalist in 1908 Summer Olympics [541]
Nathaniel Sherman 1910 Sprinter, competitor in 1908 Summer Olympics [541]
Jarrod Shoemaker 2004 Triathlete, competitor in 2008 Summer Olympics [543]
Earl Thomson 1917 Hurdler, gold medalist in 1920 Summer Olympics [493]
Marc Wright 1913 Pole vaulter, silver medalist in 1912 Summer Olympics [541]

Other[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
John H. Caldwell 1950 Cross-country skier, competitor in 1952 Winter Olympics [544]
Sophie Caldwell 2011 Cross-country skier, competitor in 2014 Winter Olympics [545]
Tim Caldwell 1976 Skier, competitor in 1976 Winter Olympics [187]
Dick Durrance 1939 Skier, competitor in 1936 Winter Olympics [546]
Jack Durrance 1936 Mountaineer, founder of Dartmouth Mountaineering Club [547]
Alexander Ghesquiere 1999 Ultimate Frisbee, national and world champion; 2013 gold medal-winning coach of Team USA [548]
Andrew Goldstein 2005 Lacrosse goalie for Long Island Lizards, first professional male team-sport athlete to be openly gay during career [549]
Craig Henderson 2009 Soccer player, competitor for New Zealand in 2008 Summer Olympics [543]
Madison Hughes 2015 U.S. international rugby sevens player [550]
Britton Keeshan M.A. 2006 Adventurer, youngest person to climb Seven Summits [551]
Cammy Myler 1995 Luger, four-time competitor for the U.S. in the Winter Olympics [552]
Dominic Seiterle 1998 Rower, competitor for Canada in 2008 Summer Olympics [543]
Michael Slive 1962 Commissioner of Southeastern Conference [553]
Collin Tiegs 2008 Rower, captain of squad in 2008 Summer Olympics [543]
Carolyn Treacy 2006 Biathlete in 2006 Winter Olympics [532]

Miscellaneous[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
John Ball 1820 Explorer of the Oregon Country with Nathaniel Jarvis Wyeth [554]
Albert S. Bickmore 1860 Naturalist and co-founder of the American Museum of Natural History [555]
Jeffrey Gundlach 1981 Investor and businessperson.;founder of DoubleLine Capital LP, an investment firm; former head of the $9.3 billion TCW Total Return Bond Fund [556]
John Ledyard 1776 (never graduated) Explorer and adventurer; namesake of the Ledyard Canoe Club [557]
Stephen Harriman Long 1809 Explorer, surveyor and military officer [558]
James H. Newman 1978 Astronaut with NASA [559]
Chip Reese 1973 Professional poker player and gambler [560]
Steve Russell 1958 Computer programmer and gaming pioneer, creator of early video game Spacewar! [561]

Fictional people[edit]

Name Year/degree Notability Reference
Gideon Able 1969 Main character, a rabbi, of Heaven Help Us!, by Herbert Tarr
Maggie Eagle Bear 1989 Character from Thunderheart, Native American activist
Natty Bumppo (no year indicated) Main character of James Fenimore Cooper's Leatherstocking Tales; described in the novels and in particular the movie Last of the Mohicans as having attended Eleazar Wheelock's school
Pete Campbell 1956 Character on Mad Men, played by Vincent Kartheiser
Jackie Chiles (no year indicated) Character from Seinfeld, attorney to Cosmo Kramer
Stephen Colbert (character) (no year indicated) Titular character of The Colbert Report (real Colbert did not attend Dartmouth; the fictional biography on colbertnation.com, however, lists Dartmouth as his alma mater) [562]
Michael Corleone 1942 Main character in the Godfather epic [563]
Thomas Crown (no year indicated) Titular character of The Thomas Crown Affair [564]
Evan and Fogell 2011 (pre-freshmen) Main characters in 2007 film Superbad [565]
Meredith Grey (no year indicated) Titular character of Grey's Anatomy [566]
Christopher "C-Note" Hawkins (no year indicated) Character from Who's Your Caddy, played by Big Boi, said to have played lacrosse for the Big Green
Lawrence Kutner (no year indicated) Character from House
Pete Lattimer (no year indicated) Character from Warehouse 13, officer of the U.S. Secret Service
Jack McCoy (no year indicated) Main character in Law and Order
"Trapper" John McIntyre (no year indicated) Character on M*A*S*H novels, film, and television, and Trapper John, M.D.
Katie (no year indicated) Character in The Secret Life of Pets
Dan Rydell (no year indicated) Character from Sports Night, television sports host played by Josh Charles
Jack Trainer 1970 Male lead from Working Girl, played by Harrison Ford [563]
Hamilton Bridge Upton (no year indicated) Character from The Ugly American, member of the U.S. Foreign Service

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