List of Union College alumni

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This list of Union College alumni includes graduates of Union College in Schenectady, New York, United States who have achieved some notability or influence in the public or private spheres. Such a list is necessarily selective, and perforce subjective. Union offers a standard liberal arts curriculum across some 21 academic departments, as well as opportunities for interdepartmental majors and self-designed organizing theme majors. In common with only a few other liberal arts colleges, Union also offers ABET-accredited undergraduate degrees in computer engineering, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering. Approximately 25% of students major in the social sciences; 9% in history; 10% in psychology; 11% in engineering; 10% in biology; 10% in the liberal arts; while some 5% design their own majors. By the time they graduate, about 60% of Union students will have engaged in some form of international study or study abroad.[1]

Since 1797, the year of the first graduation, Union alumni have transferred the knowledge and skills they acquired in the academic world to the larger world beyond Union. Many alumni have distinguished themselves in fields such as law, medicine, ministry, botany, geology, engineering, local, state, and federal government, literature and poetry, photography, military service, education, journalism, and architecture.

Among Union’s 19th-century graduates were important figures in American secondary and post-secondary education. These included Gideon Hawley[2] (1809), the first superintendent of public instruction in New York State; Francis Wayland[3] (1813), president of Brown University; Henry Philip Tappan[4] (1825), president of the University of Michigan; and Sheldon Jackson[5] (1855), who was the first superintendent of public instruction in Alaska and introduced the idea of domesticating reindeer as a food source for the native population.

Union has produced many graduates who had (and continue to have) distinguished careers in government and public service. These include John C. Spencer[6] (1806), Secretary of War and Secretary of the Treasury; William H. Seward[7] (1820), Secretary of State under Abraham Lincoln, Governor of New York, and architect of the Alaska Purchase; Chester A. Arthur[8] (1848), 21st President of the United States; and Neil Abercrombie (1959), former Governor of Hawaii.

In 1845 Union established a course in civil engineering. Many of the graduates in this course went on to work on significant construction projects. In fact, it has been claimed that, for a time, the “designers and builders of the country’s canals and railroads were overwhelmingly graduates of the military academy at West Point, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and Union College...”.[9] Among these early engineering graduates were James Chatham Duane, who was head of the Army Corps of Engineers[10] (1844) and Jacob Hays Linville[11] (1848). Solomon Deyo (1870) was the engineer in charge of constructing the first New York City subway system.[12]

A number of alumni have made meaningful contributions to arts and letters: Joel T. Headley[13] (1839), author of numerous books about the Adirondack Mountains and early American history; William James Stillman[14] (1848), photographer and author; Fitz Hugh Ludlow[15] (1856), author of The Hasheesh Eater; Andrea Barrett (1974), winner of the National Book Award (for Ship Fever) and the Pulitzer Prize for works of fiction; and David Markson (1950), author of titles such as The Ballad of Dingus Magee.

Other notable Union alumni include: Dr. Baruch Samuel Blumberg (1946), winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine; Henry Wager Halleck[16] (1837), chief of staff for the Union Armies during the Civil War; Howard Simons (1951), managing editor of The Washington Post during the Watergate era; Nikki Stone (1995), winner of a gold medal in the 1998 Winter Olympics for aerial skiing; Armand V. Feigenbaum (1942), businessman and developer of the concept of Total Quality Management; and Robert "Bob" Moffat (1978), senior executive at IBM arrested in 2009 for securities fraud and conspiracy.

Alumni list[edit]

Name Year Notability Reference
Morris S. Miller 1798 Member of the United States House of Representatives [17]
John Van Buren 1818 Member of the United States House of Representatives [18]
Sarah Rios Arnold 1843 Pioneering dairy woman [19]
Joshua Forman 1798 Founder of Syracuse, New York [20]
Alexander McLeod 1798 Clergyman and abolitionist [21]
Walter Case 1799 Member of the United States House of Representatives [22]
John Savage 1799 Member of the United States House of Representatives [23]
John Cramer 1801 Member of the United States House of Representatives [24]
John B. Yates 1802 Member of the United States House of Representatives [25]
Abraham Bockee 1803 Member of the United States House of Representatives [26]
James M. Matthews 1803 First Chancellor of New York University [27]
John W. Taylor 1803 Speaker of the United States House of Representatives (two terms) [28]
Thomas Church Brownell 1804 President of Washington College (Trinity College) [29]
Harmanus Peek 1804 Member of the United States House of Representatives [30]
Thomas Macauley 1804 First president of Union Theological Seminary [27]
John C. Spencer 1806 Member of the United States House of Representatives; United States Secretary of War; United States Secretary of the Treasury [6]
Theodric Romeyn Beck 1807 Author of pioneering Elements of Medical Jurisprudence (1823) [31]
Adam Empie 1807 President of The College of William & Mary [32]
John Watts Cady 1808 Member of the United States House of Representatives [33]
Gideon Hawley 1809 First New York State Superintendent of Common Schools; Regent of the State University of New York; "Father of the New York State Common School System" [34]
John F. Schermerhorn 1809 Missionary; appointed Indian Commissioner by Andrew Jackson [35]
Alfred Conkling 1810 Member of the United States House of Representatives; Federal judge; United States Minister to Mexico [36]
William Kendall Fuller 1810 Member of the United States House of Representatives [37]
John Maynard 1810 Member of the United States House of Representatives [38]
Abraham Maus Schermerhorn 1810 Member of the United States House of Representatives [39]
Charles Borland, Jr. 1811 Member of the United States House of Representatives [40]
Eliphalet W. Gilbert 1813 Founding president of Delaware College [41]
Benjamin P. Johnson 1813 Agriculturist; president and corresponding secretary of the New York State Agricultural Society [42]
Francis Wayland 1813 President of Brown University (1827-1855) [3]
George Washington Gale 1814 Founder of the Oneida Institute and Knox College (Illinois) [43]
John Ludlow 1814 Provost of the University of Pennsylvania (1834-1852) [44]
Richard M. Blatchford 1815 Secretary to William H. Seward; New York Central Park Commissioner [45]
Gilbert Morgan 1815 President of Western University of Pennsylvania, Edgeworth Female Seminary, Harmony Female College [46]
Dudley Selden 1815 Member of the United States House of Representatives [47]
Nathaniel Pitcher Tallmadge 1815 Member of the United States Senate [48]
Henry Booth Cowles 1816 Member of the United States House of Representatives [49]
John W. Edmonds 1816 Prison reformer; Justice of the New York Supreme Court [50]
Lewis C. Beck 1817 Geologist, botanist, mineralogist [31]
Adiel Sherwood 1817 President of Shurtleff College, Masonic College, Marshall College [51]
Richard M. Blatchford (attorney) 1818 Attorney, Member of the New York State Assembly, U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican [52]
Sidney Breese 1818 Member of the United States Senate; author of landmark judicial decisions on state and national economic regulation [53]
James G. Brooks 1818 Editor, poet (Florio) [54]
George Washington Doane 1818 Episcopal Bishop of New Jersey [55]
Augustus Seymour Porter 1818 Member of the United States Senate [56]
Alonzo Potter 1818 Episcopal Bishop of Pennsylvania [57]
Charles Rogers 1818 Member of the United States House of Representatives [58]
Robert J. Breckinridge 1819 President of Jefferson College; Superintendent of Public Instruction for Kentucky [59]
Joseph William Chinn 1819 Member of the United States House of Representatives [60]
James Irvine 1819 (1821?) President of Ohio University [61]
Andrew W. Loomis 1819 Member of the United States House of Representatives [62]
David Stewart 1819 Member of the United States Senate [63]
John Blatchford 1820 President of Marion College [64]
Baynard R. Hall 1820 Author, educator [65]
Laurens Perseus Hickok 1820 Educator; author; President of Union College (New York) [66]
Archibald L. Linn 1820 Member of the United States House of Representatives [67]
William H. Seward 1820 Governor of New York; member of the United States Senate; United States Secretary of State [7]
George A. Starkweather 1819 Member of the United States House of Representatives [68]
Nathaniel Boyden 1821 Member of the United States House of Representatives [69]
Edward Curtis 1821 Member of the United States House of Representatives [70]
Joseph I. Foote 1821 President of Washington College (Tennessee) [71]
Hiram Gray 1821 Member of the United States House of Representatives [72]
Sherlock J. Andrews 1821 Member of the United States House of Representatives [73]
John Williamson Nevin 1821 President of Franklin & Marshall College [74]
Gideon Hard 1822 Member of the United States House of Representatives [75]
Ichabod S. Spencer 1822 Clergyman; founder of Union Theological Seminary [76]
Albert S. White 1822 Member of the United States House of Representatives; member of the United States Senate [77]
James Wood 1822 President of Hanover College [78]
David P. Brewster 1823 Member of the United States House of Representatives [79]
Chesselden Ellis 1823 Member of the United States House of Representatives [80]
Hiram P. Goodrich 1823 President of Marion College [81]
John A. Lott 1823 Member of the New York State Senate and the New York State Assembly; Justice of the New York Superior Court [81]
John S. Stone 1823 President of Hobart College; Dean of the Episcopal Theological School (Cambridge) [82]
Stephen Alexander 1824 Astronomer; original member of the United States National Academy of Sciences [83]
Alonzo Crittenden 1824 Principal of the Albany Female Academy [84]
Charles Goodyear 1824 Member of the United States House of Representatives [85]
Ira Harris 1824 Member of the United States Senate; lawyer, judge, educator [86]
Charles J. Jenkins 1824 Governor of Georgia [87]
Josiah Sutherland 1824 Member of the United States House of Representatives [88]
Bradford Ripley Wood 1824 Member of the United States House of Representatives [89]
Samuel Dickson 1825 Member of the United States House of Representatives [90]
Amasa J. Parker 1825 Member of the United States House of Representatives; Regent of the State University of New York; Justice of the New York State Supreme Court; a founder of Albany Law School [91]
John F. McLaren 1825 President of Western University of Pennsylvania [92]
William W. Reid 1825 Physician, surgeon [93]
Henry Philip Tappan 1825 President of the University of Michigan [4]
William F. Allen 1826 New York State Comptroller; Justice of the New York State Supreme Court; Justice of the New York Court of Appeals [94]
Amos Dean 1826 President of the University of Iowa; a founder of Albany Law School [95]
George Emlen Hare 1826 Dean of the Philadelphia Divinity School [96]
Horatio Potter 1826 Episcopal Bishop in the Diocese of New York; founded the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine, New York [97]
Edmund Grindal Rawson 1826 President of New York College of Veterinary Surgeons [98]
Thomas Fielder Bowie 1827 Member of the United States House of Representatives [99]
M. Lindley Lee 1827 Member of the United States House of Representatives [100]
Samuel W. Beall 1827 Explorer; Indian agent; Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin; one of the founders of Denver [101]
William W. Campbell 1827 Member of the United States House of Representatives; Justice of the Superior Court of New York City; Justice of the New York State Supreme Court; historian [102]
Peter Clark 1827 President of Washington College, Maryland [103]
Levi Hubbell 1827 Wisconsin Supreme Court [104]
Preston King 1827 Member of the United States Senate [105]
Erasmus D. MacMaster 1827 President of Hanover College [106]
Virgil Delphini Parris 1827 Member of the United States House of Representatives [107]
Rufus Wheeler Peckham 1827 Member of the United States House of Representatives [108]
Leonard Woods 1827 President of Bowdoin College (1839-1866) [109]
John B. Adger 1828 Missionary; educator; minister to African Americans in Charleston [110]
Ward Hunt 1828 Mayor of Utica, New York; Justice of the United States Supreme Court [111]
Joseph G. Masten 1828 Mayor of Buffalo, New York; Judge of the New York Superior Court [112]
Robert A. Toombs 1828 Member of the United States Senate; Secretary of State for the Confederate States of America [113]
William Wilson 1828 President of the College of Cincinnati [112]
Joseph Alden 1828 President of the New York State Normal Institute; president of Jefferson College [110]
George W. Eaton 1829 President of Colgate University [114]
Israel T. Hatch 1829 Member of the United States House of Representatives [115]
Nelson Rounds 1829 President of Willamette University [116]
John L. Wilson 1829 African missionary and explorer; author of Western Africa: Its History, Condition, and Prospects (1856) [117]
Leander Babcock 1830 Member of the United States House of Representatives [118]
Frank Hastings Hamilton 1830 Surgeon; president of the New York Society of Medical Jurisprudence; author of important medical texts [119]
Henry James 1830 Philosopher and author; father of Henry James (novelist) and William James (philosopher/psychologist) [120]
Henry S. Randall 1830 Historian; author of The Life of Thomas Jefferson (1858) [121]
Augustus Schell 1830 Lawyer; stock market manipulator; successor of William M. Tweed as Grand Sachem of the Tammany Society [122]
John O. Taylor 1830 Author of The District School [123]
Silas Totten 1830 President of Trinity College; Chancellor of the University of Iowa [124]
Squire Whipple 1830 The "Father of American Metal Bridges"; civil engineer; inventor; bridge designer [125]
John Covert 1831 Established Ohio Female College, Terre Haute Female College, Glendale Female College, Lyons Female College, and Michigan Female College [126]
William Mack 1831 President of Jackson College (Columbia, Tennessee) [127]
Orsamus H. Marshall 1831 Chancellor of the University of Buffalo [127]
Roswell Park 1831 President of Racine College [128]
Don A. J. Upham 1831 Mayor of Milwaukee [129]
Stephen Wickes 1831 Physician; medical historian [130]
Alexander W. Bradford 1832 Lawyer; politician [131]
Thomas Allen 1832 Member of the United States House of Representatives; railroad builder; printer to the Senate and House [132]
Edward Dorr Griffin Prime 1832 Religious journalist [133]
John H. Raymond 1832 Founder of the University of Rochester; president of Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute; president of Vassar College [134]
Charles E. West 1832 Principal of Rutgers Female Seminary; principal of Buffalo Female Seminary [135]
Henry Wikoff 1832 Author; publisher; impresario [136]
William Cassidy 1833 Journalist; essayist; critic [137]
Joseph Mullin 1833 Member of the United States House of Representatives [138]
Daniel Pratt 1835 New York State Supreme Court Justice [139]
Albert T. Chester 1834 Principal of the Buffalo Female Academy [140]
George F. Comstock 1834 Lawyer; Solicitor of the United States Treasury; Chief Judge of the New York State Court of Appeals [141]
Edmund Sears 1834 Clergyman; author; hymn writer ("It Came Upon the Midnight Clear," "Calm on the Listening Ears of Night") [142]
John Bigelow 1835 Consul-General to Paris during the Civil War; Minister to France; founder of the New York Public Library [143]
Villeroy D. Reed 1835 President of Alexander College [144]
Levi Sternberg 1835 President of Hartwick Seminary and Iowa Lutheran College [144]
John Wells 1835 Member of the United States House of Representatives [145]
Matthew Meigs 1836 President of Delaware College [146]
Joshua Phelps 1836 President of Alexander College [147]
Marcius Wilson 1836 Educator; author of school readers and textbooks [148]
Henry W. Halleck 1837 General-in-Chief of the Union Armies [16]
Samuel R. House 1837 Pioneer medical missionary [149]
Levi Augustus Mackey 1837 Member of the United States House of Representatives [150]
Stuart Perry 1837 Inventor [151]
Edward Tuckerman 1837 Botanist; lichenologist; namesake of Tuckerman Ravine [152]
John Newman 1838 President of Ripley Female College [153]
Simmons Stevens 1838 Principal of Young Ladies Seminary, Richmond, Virginia [153]
Maunsell Van Rensselaer 1838 President of Deveaux College and Hobart College [154]
Clarence A. Walworth 1838 Catholic priest; author; historian [155]
Austin Blair 1839 Member of the United States House of Representatives; governor of Michigan [156]
James F. Chamberlain 1839 Superintendent of the Institution for the Blind, New York City [157]
Edward Cooper 1839 President of Asbury Female Academy [157]
George R. Fairbanks 1839 Florida historian; founder of the University of the South [158]
Joel T. Headley 1839 New York Secretary of State; historian and author [13]
James A. McMaster 1839 Journalist; Catholic polemicist [159]
John Upfold Pettit 1839 Member of the United States House of Representatives [160]
George W. Clarke 1840 Founder of the Mount Washington Collegiate Institute [161]
Adam Craig 1840 Principal of Female Academy, Windsor, Connecticut; principal of Female Academy, Milford, Delaware [162]
James Hoyt 1840 President of Talladega Institute [162]
Leonard Jerome 1839 New York City financier and grandfather of Winston Churchill [163]
Lewis Henry Morgan 1840 Anthropologist; ethnologist; the "Father of American Anthropology" [164][165]
Alfred A. Abbott 1841 President of the Peabody Institute [166]
Augustus Cowles 1841 President of Elmira College [167]
Thomas C. Strong 1841 President of Wells College; president of Pennsylvania Female College [168]
George Van Santvoord 1841 Biographer and writer on jurisprudence [169]
John W. Cary 1842 Wisconsin State Senator [170]
Stephen Mattoon 1842 President of Biddle University [171]
Charles C. Parry 1842 Botanist of the United States Department of Agriculture; explorer and botanist of the Rocky Mountains [172]
Clarkson N. Potter 1842 Member of the United States House of Representatives [173]
William S. Robertson 1842 Pioneer educator of American Indians [174]
Otis H. Waldo 1842 President of Milwaukee Female College [175]
Silas S. Harmon 1843 President of Washington College (California) [176]
William W. Harsha 1843 President of Bellevue College (Nebraska) [177]
Franklin B. Hough 1843 Botanist; mineralogist; forester; historian of New York State; Director of the United States Census; "Father of American Forestry" [178]
Hamilton W. Pierson 1843 President of Cumberland College [179]
Addison B. Atkins 1844 Principal of Baltimore Female Seminary [180]
Charles Lewis Beale 1844 Member of the United States House of Representatives [181]
James C. Duane 1844 Military engineer [10]
William C. Kenyon 1844 President of Alfred University [182]
Philip Phelps, Jr. 1844 President of Hope College [183]
Alexander H. Rice 1844 Member of the United States House of Representatives; governor of Massachusetts and mayor of Boston [184]
Edward B. Walsworth 1844 President of Female College of the Pacific; chancellor of Ingham University [183]
Abram N. Littlejohn 1845 Episcopal Bishop of Long Island [185]
Edward P. Allis 1845 International manufacturer; inventor [186]
Robert Earl 1845 Judge on the New York State Court of Appeals [187]
Daniel Hall 1845 Member and Speaker of the Wisconsin State Assembly [188]
Daniel Bigelow 1846 Regent of the University of Washington; founder of the University of Puget Sound [189]
John Michael Carroll 1846 Member of the United States House of Representatives [190]
John M. Gregory 1846 President of the University of Illinois and Kalamazoo College [191]
John T. Hoffman 1846 Governor of New York [192]
Bradley Phillips 1846 Clergyman and member of the Wisconsin State Assembly [193]
Henry R. Pierson 1846 Chancellor of the University of the State of New York [194]
James Rankine 1846 President of Hobart College [195]
Peter V. Veeder 1846 President of City College of San Francisco [196]
Gabriel Bouck 1847 Member of the United States House of Representatives [197]
James W. Hoyte 1847 Principal of the Female Academy, Nashville, Tennessee [198]
Chester A. Arthur 1848 Twenty-first President of the United States [8]
William James Stillman 1848 Journalist; artist; photographer; diplomat; American Consul to Rome during the Civil War; American Consul at Crete [14]
Hannibal Goodwin 1848 Inventor of roll film [199]
Charles C. Nott 1848 Chief Justice of the United States Court of Claims [200]
Daniel Butterfield 1849 Civil War general; composer of revised "Taps" bugle call; Civil War chief of staff for General Joseph Hooker; Civil War chief of staff for General George Meade [201][202]
Robert Cruikshank 1849 President of Highland University [203]
Alonzo Flack 1849 President of Claverac College [204]
Andrew H. Green 1849 One of the founders of Theta Delta Chi; Judge Advocate of United States Navy Squadron, Pacific Squadron [204]
Frederick W. Seward 1849 Diplomat; journalist; son of William H. Seward; Assistant Secretary of State [205]
Horatio N. Powers 1850 President of Griswold College (Iowa) [206]
Charles F. Preston 1850 Translator of the New Testament into Cantonese; missionary to China [207]
Job B. Ellis 1851 Mycologist [208]
Levi Cooper Lane 1851 President of Cooper Medical College, which became Stanford University School of Medicine [209]
David Murray 1852 Leader in the establishment of the Japanese education system [210]
Allen Wright 1852 Governor, Choctaw Nation; author of English-Choctaw dictionary [211]
John F. Hartranft 1853 Governor of Pennsylvania [212]
Edward Tuckerman Potter 1853 Architect of the Nott Memorial; architect of Mark Twain's residence in Hartford, Connecticut [213]
William Clarke Whitford 1853 President of Milton College [214]
Orlow W. Chapman 1854 Solicitor General of the United States [215]
Edwin W. Rice 1854 Editor and author with the American Sunday School Union [216]
Sheldon Jackson 1855 Presbyterian missionary in the Western United States; first United States Superintendent of Public Instruction in Alaska [5]
Philip S. Post 1855 Member of the United States House of Representatives [217]
Clement Hall Sinnickson 1855 Member of the United States House of Representatives [218]
William G. Donnan 1856 Member of the United States House of Representatives [219]
De Witt Clinton Durgin 1856 President of Hillsdale College [220]
Horace Morrison Hale 1856 President of the University of Colorado [221]
George W. Hough 1856 Astronomer; inventor of meteorological instruments; president of the World Congress on Astronomy and Astrophysics [222]
Seaman A. Knapp 1856 Pioneer in experimental agriculture and practical education; president of Iowa State University [223]
Fitz Hugh Ludlow 1856 Author; drug experimentalist; author of The Hasheesh Eater [15]
Seth L. Milliken 1856 Member of the United States House of Representatives [224]
Laurenus C. Seelye 1857 First president of Smith College; advocate for women's colleges [225]
Franc B. Wilkie 1857 Chief Civil War correspondent for The New York Times [226]
Thomas B. Brooks 1858 Engineer; surveyor; mapped the Brooks Iron Range [227]
John K. McLean 1858 President of Pacific Theological Seminary [228]
Warring Wilkinson 1858 Principal of the California Institution for the Deaf and the Blind [229]
Charles Horton Peck 1859 Mycologist; New York State Botanist [230]
Elnathan Sweet 1859 New York State Engineer and Surveyor [231]
Weston Flint 1860 United States Consul to China; head of the scientific library of the United States Patent Office; first librarian of the Washington Free Public Library [232][233]
Warner Miller 1860 Member of the United States House of Representatives; member of the United States Senate [234]
Charles E. Patterson 1860 Speaker of the New York State Assembly [235]
Americus Vespucius Rice 1860 Member of the United States House of Representatives [236]
Samuel R. Thayer 1860 United States Minister to the Netherlands [237]
Frederick W. Corliss 1861 Chancellor of Des Moines University [238]
Chester Holcombe 1861 Missionary; diplomat; secretary of the United States Legation to China [239]
Melville D. Landon 1861 Humorist; author (pen name, "Eli Perkins") [240]
Eliphalet Nott Potter 1861 Educator; Episcopal clergyman; president of Union College [241][242]
Charles E. Smith 1861 United States minister to Russia; United States Postmaster General [243]
Ridgley C. Powers 1862 Governor of Mississippi [244]
Edward H. Ripley 1862 Civil War general [245]
George Arnot Beattie 1863 President of Sedalia University [246]
Edward Cary 1863 Editorial writer for The New York Times [247]
Robert M. Fuller 1863 Inventor of tablet triturates [248]
Harrison T. Hickok 1863 Educator; economist; scientist [249]
Amasa J. Parker, Jr. 1863 New York State Senator; Union College trustee; author of Banking Law of New York [250]
Charles Edward Pearce 1863 Member of the United States House of Representatives [251]
William Appleton Potter 1864 Architect; designed many Princeton University buildings; Supervising Architect of the United States Department of the Treasury [252]
Daniel Newton Lockwood 1865 Member of the United States House of Representatives [253]
Richard S. Lyon 1865 President of the Chicago Board of Trade [254]
Cady Staley 1865 President of Case Western Reserve University [255]
Edward Wemple 1866 Member of the United States House of Representatives; New York State Comptroller [256]
Joseph M. Carey 1867? Member of the United States Senate; member of the United States House of Representatives; governor of Wyoming; author of the Carey Arid Lands Act (1894) [257]
James N. Fiero 1867 President of the New York State Bar Association; vice-president of the American Bar Association [258]
Clark L. McCracken 1869 Principal of the Freedmen's Institute, Henderson, North Carolina [259]
Solomon Le Fevre Deyo 1870 Chief Engineer of the New York Rapid Transit Company; Chief Engineer of the Interborough Rapid Transit Company [260]
John F. Genung 1870 Educator; prolific author of books on rhetoric and composition [261]
John Van Rensselaer Hoff 1871 Chief Surgeon of the Department of the Lakes; Chief Surgeon of the Department of the East [262]
Preston King 1827 Member of the United States House of Representatives; member of the United States Senate [263]
George H. Benjamin 1872 Physician; scientist; inventor; lawyer; editor of The National Cyclopedia of Applied Mechanics [264]
Charles H. Leonard 1872 Gynecologist; author of numerous medical textbooks [265]
Frank Tweedy 1875 Topographer with the United States Geological Survey; author of Flora of the Yellowstone National Park (1886) [266]
Franklin H. Giddings 1877 "Father of American Sociology" [267]
William B. Rankine 1877 Pioneer in the development of Niagara Falls power [268]
Frederick W. Cameron 1881 United States Commissioner of Patents [269]
Joseph E. Ransdell 1882 Member of the United States House of Representatives; member of the United States Senate from Louisiana; career ended by Huey Pierce Long, Jr. [270]
Edgar Starr Barney 1884 Principal of the Hebrew Technical Institute [271]
Wallace T. Foote 1885 Member of the United States House of Representatives [272]
Jessie B. Snow 1889 Civil engineer; substantially expanded and improved the New York City subway system [273]
Roger G. Perkins 1893 Bacteriologist; introduced chlorination into Cleveland's water supply [274]
Arthur J. Roy 1893 Chief Astronomer of the Department of Meridian Astronomy, Carnegie Institution of Washington [275]
Henry A. Van Alstyne 1893 New York State Engineer and Surveyor [276]
George L. Streeter 1895 Embryologist; Director of Embryology of the Carnegie Institution of Washington [277]
Archibald Rutledge 1904 Educator, author [278]
Mark Watson 1908 Pulitzer Prize winning reporter on international affairs
Samuel M. Cavert 1910 Founder of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America and of the World Council of Churches [279]
Robert P. Patterson 1912 United States Secretary of War [280]
George Stibitz 1927 One of the fathers of the modern digital computer [281]
Albert H. Stevenson 1936 Chief engineer of the United States Public Health Service [282]
John Schiller Wold 1938 Member of the United States House of Representatives [283]
Clare W. Graves 1940 Psychologist; developed theory of human development known as "emergent cyclical levels of existence theory" [284]
Edward R. Kane 1940 Physical chemist and president of DuPont Company [285]
Gordon Gould 1941 Widely, but not universally, credited with the invention of the laser [286]
Armand V. Feigenbaum 1942 Businessman; developer of the concept of Total Quality Management/Control [287]
Robert Bishop 1943 Senior Vice President of the New York Stock Exchange [288]
Roland Fitzroy 1943 Manhattan Project engineer
John L. Clowe 1944 President of the American Medical Association [289]
Marshall C. Yovits 1944 IEEE Computer Society Computer Pioneer Award winner; ACM Fellow [290]
Gordon F. Newell 1945 Scientist in the field of applied mathematics; Gordon–Newell theorem named for him and colleague William J. Gordon [291]
Baruch S. Blumberg 1946 Nobel Prize in Medicine (1976) [292]
Donald Feigenbaum 1946 Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, General Systems [287]
John P. Balio 1947 Associate Justice for the Appellate Division for the 4th Department, State of New York [293]
Herbert Freeman 1947 Computer Pioneer Award winner from the IEEE Computer Society; designer of the Sperry Corporation's first digital computer, the SPEEDAC [294]
Harry Mazer 1948 Author of books for children and young adults [295]
Eric Schmertz 1948 Law professor and labor arbitrator [296]
Richard Selzer 1948 Surgeon and author [297]
Hermann A. Haus 1949 Frederic Ives Medal; National Medal of Science [298]
David Markson 1950 Author of works such as Wittgenstein's Mistress and The Ballad of Dingus Magee [299]
Herman W. Nickel 1951 Ambassador to South Africa [300]
John H. Ostrom 1951 Paleontologist [301]
Howard Simons 1951 Managing editor of The Washington Post [302]
Ivan P. Kaminow 1952 Head of the Photonic Networks and Components Research Department at Bell Labs;recipient of the John Tyndall Award [303]
Don Loughry 1952 Standards manager at Hewlett-Packard [304]
Herbert Schmertz 1952 Vice President of Public Affairs for the Mobil Corporation [305]
Robert Chartoff 1955 Producer [306]
David Anderson 1958 Ambassador to Yugoslavia [307]
Charles Baltay 1958 Eugene Higgins Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Yale University [308]
Neil Abercrombie 1959 Politician in Hawaii; member of the US House of Representatives (1986–87, 1991-2010) and 7th Governor of Hawaii (2010-2014) [309]
George DiCenzo 1962 Character actor and acting teacher [310]
Raymond Gilmartin 1963 President, Chairman, and CEO of Merck & Co. [311]
Alfred Sommer 1963 Ophthalmologist; discovered the benefits of Vitamin A for children deficient in this vitamin [312]
Alan Horn 1964 President and COO of Warner Bros. Entertainment [313]
John Dooley 1965 Associate Justice, Vermont Supreme Court [314]
Victor H. Fazio 1965 Member of the United States House of Representatives [315]
Michael Goldberg 1965 Executive Director, American Society for Microbiology [316]
Douglas LaBier 1965 Psychologist; psychotherapist; writer; director of the Center for Adult Development [317]
Martin Jay 1965 Historian; critic [318]
Robert Borofsky 1966 Director of the Center for a Public Anthropology [319]
Richard Fateman 1966 One of the developers of the Macsyma computer algebra system and the Franz Lisp system [320]
David Duchscherer 1967 President of Wendel Duchscherer Architects and Engineers (public transport facility design and planning) [321]
Michael Fuchs 1967 Executive producer for HBO [322]
Neil A. Lewis 1968 New York Times reporter [323]
Kenneth Merchant 1968 Chair of Accountancy at the Leventhal School of Accounting, University of Southern California [324]
Jeffrey DeMunn 1969 Film and television actor [325]
D. Peter Drotman 1969 Editor in Chief, Emerging Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [326]
Joseph James 1969 Economic development expert and leader of The Greening of Black America; winner of 2008 Purpose Prize [327]
Stephen Herrick 1969 Judge, Albany County Court, Albany, New York "|[328]
Anderson Mazoka 1969 Zambian politician and president of the United Party for National Development (UPND), a leading opposition party
Scott Siegler 1969 Motion picture producer [329]
Wilson Colucci 1971 Chief, Cardiovascular Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine [330]
Philip G. DiSorbo 1971 Pioneer in the Community Hospice movement and in bringing hospice services to sub-Saharan Africa
Phil Alden Robinson 1971 Screenwriter; director [331]
R. Douglas Arnold 1972 William Church Osborn Professor of Public Affairs, Princeton University; author [332]
Theodore Berger 1972 Neural prosthesis researcher [333]
James Casella 1972 Chief, Division of Pediatric Hematology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine [334]
Howard Goldberg 1972 Associate Director for Global Health, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention [316]
Jim Tedisco 1972 New York State Assemblyman [335]
Kate White 1972 Author; editor [336]
Marc Allinson 1973 Vice President for Financial Services, Rolls-Royce North American Inc. [337]
Robert Berhhardt 1973 Music Director and Conductor for the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera [338]
Steven Zaloga 1973 American historian; defense consultant; author [339]
Andrea Barrett 1974 Author; National Book Award winner; MacArthur Fellow [340]
Mark J. Bennett 1976 Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit [341]
Steven Carr 1976 Director of Proteomics, Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard [342]
Judith Dein 1976 Chief Magistrate Judge, United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts [343]
Robert Henkel 1976 Chief Executive Officer, Ascension Health [343]
John Kelly III 1976 Senior Vice President and Director of IBM Research [344]
David Viniar 1976 Chief Financial Officer, Goldman Sachs [345]
Judy Aschner 1977 Julia Carell Stadler Professor of Pediatrics; Director, the Mildred Stahlman Division of Neonatology, Vanderbilt Kennedy Center [346]
Art Fritzson 1977 Senior Vice President, Booz Allen Hamilton [347]
Matthew H. Fronk 1979 Chief Engineer at General Motors [347]
Julie Greifer-Swidler 1979 Sr. Vice President, Business and Legal Affairs, RCA Music Group "|[348]
Renee Garbus 1980 Vice President and Assistant Treasurer, Pepsico [349]
Rich Templeton 1980 Chairman, president and CEO of Texas Instruments [335]
Evanthia Aretakis 1981 CEO of Siemens Communications, Siemens Corporation [350]
Michael Glassner 1982 Director, Center for Reproductive Medicine at Bryn Mawr Hospital [351]
David Stern 1982 Philanthropist; activist; CEO of Equal Justice Works and president of the Stern Family Fund [352]
Ilene Landress 1983 Producer [353]
Judybeth Greene 1984 Attorney for the United States Department of Justice; graphic artist "|[354]
Kimberley Forbes-McKean 1984 Executive Vice President and Chief Scientific Officer, Cutanea Life Sciences [355]
Sue Goldie 1984 MacArthur Fellow [316]
Kathy Magliato 1985 Cardiothoracic surgeon [356]
Charles Persico 1985 Vice president of RF engineering for Entropic Communications; senior vice president of engineering for Qualcomm [357]
Ann Gould 1985 Vice President, IBM Brand Expression and Global Advertising
Suzanne Beitel 1986 Executive Director, J.P. Morgan Chase, Financial Services [358]
Lydia Altman 1987 Vice President, Fifth Third Bank [359]
Robert Bleifer 1987 Executive Chef of Culinary Productions at the Food Network [360]
Julie Breslow 1987 Magistrate Judge, Superior Court of the District of Columbia [361]
Jeffrey Berkowitz 1988 Senior Vice President, Global Market Access at Merck [362]
Devin Wenig 1988 President and CEO at eBay [363]
Chris Sheridan 1989 Writer and television producer noted for his work on Family Guy [364]
Andy Miller 1990 Corporate executive and entrepreneur [365]
Christine Brennan 1991 Collections Manager, Metropolitan Museum of Art [365]
Andria Coletta 1994 Partner, Taylor, Duane, Barton & Gilman, LLP [366]
Peter DeBoer 1993 Managing Director and Head of Strategy and Business Development for Standard and Poor's [367]
Jennifer Einhorn 1994 Senior Coordinator of Special Events for Major League Baseball [366]
Laura Fink 1994 Vice President of Marketing, American Express [368]
Dylan Ratigan 1994 Television journalist; host of MSNBC's Morning Meeting with Dylan Ratigan [369]
Nikki Stone 1995 Olympian; first American to win a gold medal in inverted aerial skiing; motivational speaker [370]
Greg Roth 1996 Vice President, Buddy Media, Inc. [371]
Rawson Marshall Thurber 1997 Screenwriter; director [371]
Lilith Amado 1999 Executive Director, International Fashion and Beauty, Teen Vogue [372]
Christine Bower 1999 Art Director, Hemispheres Magazine/Ink Publishing; Creative Director, Billboard Magazine [373]
Elizabeth Fancher 1999 Policy Advisor, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [374]
Ben Schwartz 2003 Actor and comedian, known for House of Lies and Parks and Recreation
Phillip Chorba 2005 Actor, on cast of Silver Linings and Concussion [375]
Neal Herman 2005 Vice President, Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. (investment bank)
Shayne Gostisbehere 2015 NHL defenseman for the Philadelphia Flyers

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