List of Oklahoma State University people

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There are more than 190,000 living Oklahoma State University alumni worldwide. Oklahoma State alumni include billionaire T. Boone Pickens, country music recording artist Garth Brooks, computer pioneer Dr. H. Edward Roberts, and South Korea Prime Minister Nam Duck-woo.

Alumni[edit]

Academia*[edit]

* Some OSU alumni who have distinguished themselves in academia are included under other headings.

Arts, letters media and entertainment[edit]

Business[edit]

Science, technology and engineering[edit]

For more Oklahoma State University graduates of distinction in the sciences, see the "Academia" section.

Public Affairs[edit]

Sports[edit]

Faculty and administration[edit]

Presidents past and present[edit]

President Tenure
Burns Hargis[43] March 10, 2008–present
David J. Schmidly November 25, 2002 – March 1, 2007
James E. Halligan 1994–2002
John R. Campbell 1988–1993
Lawrence L. Boger 1977–1988
Robert B. Kamm 1966–1977
Oliver S. Willham 1952–1966
Henry G. Bennett July 1, 1928 – December 22, 1951
Bradford Knapp July 1, 1923 – 1928
George Wilson June 1923 – July 1923
James B. Eskridge 1921–1923
James W. Cantwell 1915–1921
John H. Connell 1908–1914
Angelo C. Scott 1899–1908
George E. Morrow 1895–1899
Edmund D. Murdaugh January 1895 – June 1895
Henry E. Alvord 1894–1895
Robert Barker 1891–1894

Notable former and current faculty[edit]

Former and current athletic staff[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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