List of University of California, San Diego people

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The list of University of California, San Diego people includes notable graduates, professors and administrators affiliated with the University of California, San Diego in the United States.

Google's list of UC San Diego notable alumni[edit]

Through July 25th, 2018, Google recorded the most notable alumni at the University of California, San Diego.[1] The sources and biographies of each person can be found through their respective hyperlink, if applicable. The overview of applicable top 10 living graduates can be found in the University of California, San Diego article

  • Note: Top 25 only


1. Benicio del Toro – Dropped out

2. Angela Davis – Earned MA in Philosophy

3. Kuan Chung-ming – Earned PhD in Economics

4. Arika Sato – No reputable sources available on her degrees

5. Mike Judge – Earned BS in Physics

6. Billy Beane – Earned BA in Economics

7. Robert Buckley – Earned BA in Economics

8. Aria Giovanni – Dropped out

9. Lindsay Ellingson – Dropped out

10. Silas Weir Mitchell – Earned MFA in Acting

11. Craig Venter – Earned BS and PhD in Biomedical Sciences

12. Khaled Hosseini – Earned MD in Medicine

13. Diana Deutsch – Earned PhD in Psychology, no picture available

14. Edwin Hutchins – No sources on degrees, although emeritus professor of Cognitive Science at UC San Diego

15. Carol Padden – Earned PhD in Linguistics, no picture available

16. James Avery – Deceased (Alumnus)

17. Nick Woodman – Earned BFA in Visual Arts

18. Lawrence S.B. Goldstein – Earned BA in Biology, no picture available

19. Tim Bollerslev – Earned PhD in Economics, no picture available

20. Susumu Tonegawa – Earned PhD in Biology

21. Maurizio Seracini – Earned BS in Bioengineering

22. Mark Dresser – Earned BA and MA in Music, no picture available

23. Ricardo Antonio Chavira – Earned MFA in Acting

24. Evelyn Lin – No known information as there is no Wikipedia article available

25. Andrew Cunanan – Deceased (Dropped out)

Notable alumni[edit]

Art and architecture[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Business[edit]

Computer science[edit]

Film, theatre, and television[edit]

Journalism[edit]

Law and politics[edit]

Literature[edit]

Music and entertainment[edit]

Public service[edit]

Science, technology, medicine, and mathematics[edit]

Distinguished faculty[edit]

References[edit]

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