List of Ohio State University people

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This is a list of Ohio State University people. Individuals listed may have only attended the university at one point and not necessarily have graduated. Currently there are nearly 500,000 living Ohio State alumni.[1]

National and international award winners[edit]

Nobel Laureates[edit]

Pulitzer Prize winners[edit]

Academia[edit]

Arts and literature[edit]

Business[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

Journalism[edit]

Law[edit]

Politics, diplomacy and military[edit]

Current United States Senators[edit]

Current United States Congressmen[edit]

Diplomats and international politicians[edit]

State politicians[edit]

Ohio Senate[edit]
Ohio House of Representatives[edit]

Former politicians[edit]

Military[edit]

Science, engineering and architecture[edit]

Ivy L Allen Microsoft computer sciences, Researcher.

Others[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Olympic medalists[edit]

Ohio State has produced over 200 Olympic athletes, including the following medalists.

Basketball[edit]

As of the 2006 season, 16 Ohio State basketball players have been named first-team All-American on 23 occasions, including five two-time and one three-time All-American.[120]

Baseball[edit]

Football[edit]

As of the 2003 season, 121 Ohio State football players have been named first-team All-American on 163 occasions, including 28 two-time and seven three-time All-Americans.[163]

For a more complete list of Ohio State University alumni in the NFL see: Buckeyes in the NFL

Golf[edit]

Hockey[edit]

Rowing[edit]

  • Erden Eruç, first solo human-powered circumnavigator of the Earth with multiple Guinness world records for ocean rowing[239][240][241]

Shooting (pistol)[edit]

  • James Howard Snook, gold medal at the 1920 Summer Olympics at Antwerp; 1908 graduate from OSU College of Veterinary Medicine; also served on faculty; inventor of the "snook hook" surgical instrument; executed in February 1930 for murder[242]

Soccer[edit]

Wrestling[edit]

Notable current faculty[edit]

National Academy of Sciences members[edit]

National Academy of Engineering members[edit]

Institute of Medicine of the National Academies Members[edit]

Arts, humanities, and social sciences[edit]

Math and physical sciences[edit]

Notable former faculty members[edit]

Arts and Humanities

Presidents of the Ohio State University[edit]

The first president of Ohio Agricultural and Mechanical College is Edward Orton, Sr. who served from 1829 to 1899. During Orton's term, the university became Ohio State University, in 1878. Karen A. Holbrook took office in 2002 and was the first female president. E. Gordon Gee is the only president who served two terms after from serving from 1990-1998 and returning in 2007-2013. Michael V. Drake, former chancellor of the University of California, Irvine, assumed the role of university president on June 30, 2014.[251] Drake also serves as the first African American President of the university.

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