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.
Notable alumni [ edit ]
Art and architecture [ edit ]
Micha Cárdenas, MFA (Visual Arts), 2009. Contemporary artist. 
Moyra Davey, MFA (Photography), 1988. Contemporary artist. 
Micol Hebron, did not graduate. Contemporary artist. 
Hung Liu, MFA (Visual Arts), 1986. Contemporary artist. 
Elle Mehrmand, MFA (Visual Arts), 2011. Contemporary artist. 
Dan Santat, BS (Microbiology), 1998. Author and illustrator, winner of 2015 Caldecott Medal. 
Athletics [ edit ]
Geoff Abrams, MD (Medicine), 2006. Tennis player. 
Mark Allen, BS (Biology), 1980. Six-time Ironman Triathlon World Champion, inducted into the Ironman Hall of Fame; named the world’s fittest man by magazine. Outside 
Billy Beane, BA (Economics), 1985. General Manager of the Oakland Athletics. 
Randy Bennett, BS (Biology), 1986. Saint Mary's College of California men's basketball head coach. 
Alon Leichman, BS (History), 2016. Member of the Israel national baseball team and pitching coach for Yarmouth–Dennis Red Sox. 
Jie Li, BA (Political Science), 2006. Winner of the US ING Cup, Open, Costen, Texas Open and many other championships. 
Shlomo Lipetz, BA (International Relations), 2005. Israeli baseball player. 
Bob Natal, BS (Computer Science), 1987. MLB Catcher, Montreal Expos, Florida Marlins National League. 
Julie Swail, BA (Economics), 1995. Olympian (women’s water polo); UC Irvine head coach. 
Business [ edit ]
Garrett Gruener, BA (Computer Science), 1976. Co-founder of Ask Jeeves. 
Gary E. Jacobs, BA (Management Science), 1979. Businessman and minority owner of the Sacramento Kings. 
Jasper Kim, BA (Economics and Third World Studies), 1994. CEO of Asia-Pacific Global Research Group. 
Greg Papadopoulos, BA (Systems Science), 1979. Executive VP and CTA of Sun Microsystems. 
Robert J. Pera, MS (Electrical Engineering), 2002. Founder of Ubiquiti Networks Owner of the Memphis Grizzlies. 
Michael Robertson, BS (Cognitive Science), 1989. Founder of MP3.com, Lindows.com, and SIPphone. 
Philip Rosedale, BS (Physics), 1992. Founder and CEO of Linden Lab. Creator of virtual 3D world Second Life. 
Jason Snell, BA (Communications), 1992. Editorial director of and editor of Mac Publishing . Macworld 
Nick Woodman, BA (Visual Arts), 1997. Founder and CEO of GoPro. 
Computer science [ edit ]
Film, theatre, and television [ edit ]
Yareli Arizmendi, MFA (Acting), 1992. Actor in . Like Water for Chocolate 
James Avery, BA (Theatre), 1976. Stage, screen and television actor who co-starred with Will Smith on the TV show . Fresh Prince of Bel Air 
Rachel Axler, MFA (Playwriting), 2004. Emmy Award-winning writer for and The Daily Show . Parks and Recreation 
David Barrera, MFA (Acting), 1994. ALMA Award-nominated actor for . 24 
Hart Bochner, BA (Theatre), 1979. Film actor notably of . Breaking Away 
Robert Buckley, BS (Economics), 2003. Actor, best known for . One Tree Hill 
Danny Burstein, MFA (Acting), 1990. Six-time Tony Award-nominated actor, Grammy Award nominee for . Follies 
Zoë Chao, MFA (Acting), 2011. Actress and star of the television show The God Particles and the Facebook Watch drama Strangers.
Ricardo Chavira, MFA (Acting), 2000. Actor, notably of . Desperate Housewives 
Charlet Chung, BA (Communications), 2006. Voice Actor, notably of . Overwatch 
Steve Cosson, MFA (Directing), 2001. Obie Award-winning artistic director of The Civilians. 
Benicio del Toro, did not graduate. Actor, notably of . Traffic 
Emily Donahoe, MFA (Acting), 2004. Obie and Helen Hayes award winning actor. 
Maria Dizzia, MFA (Acting), 2001. Tony Award nominee . In the Next Room (or The Vibrator Play) 
Johnny Ray Gill, MFA (Acting), 2010. Series regular on and Underground . BrainDead 
Michael Greif, MFA (Directing), 1985. Director of and former artistic director of Rent La Jolla Playhouse. Three-time Tony Award nominee. 
Naomi Iizuka, MFA (Playwriting), 1992. Author of over two dozen plays including . Language of Angels 
Chane't Johnson, MFA (Acting), 2001. Television and film actor; coach for Denzel Whitaker. 
Mike Judge, BS (Physics), 1985. Animator/Director best known for , Beavis and Butt-head , Office Space , and King of the Hill . Graduation speaker for the class of 2009. Silicon Valley 
Sagan Lewis, MFA (Acting), 1977. Series regular on . St. Elsewhere 
Melanie Marnich MFA (Playwriting), 1998. Writer for , Jerome Fellowship from Big Love The Playwrights' Center. 
Jefferson Mays, MFA (Acting), 1991. Tony Award winner, . I Am My Own Wife 
Silas Weir Mitchell, MFA (Acting), 1995. Character actor and star of . Grimm 
Toby Onwumere, MFA (Acting), 2015. Star of . Sense8 
Joy Osmanski, MFA (Acting), 2003. Most notable credits include and The Loop . Santa Clarita Diet 
Neil Patel, MFA (Scenic Design), 1991. Broadway designer of , winner of Side Man Obie and Helen Hayes awards. 
Jeanne Paulson, MFA (Acting), 1978. Tony Award nominee, . The Kentucky Cycle 
Dileep Rao, BA (Theatre), 1995. Film actor in , Avatar . Inception
Caridad Svich, MFA (Playwriting), 1988. Obie Award for Lifetime Achievement. 
Milana Vayntrub, BA (Communication), 2008. Actress, comedian, and writer. 
Kellie Waymire, MFA (Acting), 1993. Best known for and roles on Star Trek: Enterprise , and Six Feet Under . One Life to Live 
Wong Fu Productions filmmaking trio: Wesley Chan, Ted Fu and Philip Wang, BA (Cinematography), 2006. 
Jimmy O. Yang, BS (Management Science), 2009. Actor and stand-up comedian, best known for and Silicon Valley . Patriots Day
Paloma Young, MFA (Costume Design), 2006. Tony Award winner, . Peter and the Starcatcher 
Journalism [ edit ]
Law and politics [ edit ]
Literature [ edit ]
Debito Arudou, MPIA (International Affairs), 1990. Author and activist.
Greg Benford, Ph.D (Astrophysics), 1967. Nebula Award winner. 
David Brin, MS (Applied Physics), 1978; Ph.D (Space Science), 1981. Nebula and Hugo Award Winner; science fiction author, notably of ; physicist. Uplift 
Robert Todd Carroll, Ph.D (Philosophy), 1974. Publisher of The Skeptic's Dictionary and fellow for Committee for Skeptical Inquiry. 
Angela Davis, MA (Philosophy), 1969. Radical activist and philosopher. 
Raymond E. Feist, BA (Communications), 1997. Author. 
Nancy Holder, BA (Communications), 1976. Bram Stoker Award winner. 
Khaled Hosseini, MD (Medicine), 1993. Afghan-American novelist and physician; his 2003 debut novel, , was a #1 The Kite Runner New York Times bestseller. 
Aaron Krach, BA (Visual Arts), 1994. Writer.
Virgil Nemoianu, Ph.D (Literature), 1971. Essayist, literary critic, philosopher of culture. 
Rex Pickett, BA (Literature and Visual Arts), 1976. Author of . Sideways 
Kim Stanley Robinson, BA (Literature), 1974; Ph.D (Literature), 1982. Two-time Nebula and Hugo Award winner. 
Alan Russell, BA (English and American Literature), 1978. Lefty Award winner and bestselling crime fiction author. 
Vernor Vinge, Ph.D (Mathematics), 1971. Hugo Award winner Science fiction author, computer scientist, and mathematician. 
Music and entertainment [ edit ]
Anthony Neely, BS (Psychology and Theatre), 2008. American Mandopop Singer.
Mark Applebaum, Ph.D (Composition), 1996. Composer and Professor of Music at Stanford University. 
Milo Aukerman, Ph.D (Biology), 1992. Lead singer of punk rock band Descendents. 
Chad Butler, BA (History of Science), 1997. Drummer of the rock band Switchfoot. 
Chaya Czernowin, Ph.D (Composition), 1993. Composer and Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music at Harvard University. 
Steven Dehler, BA (Economics), 2010. Model, actor, and dancer.
Paul Dresher, MA (Composition), 1976. Composer, guitarist, and improviser. 
Nathan East, BA (Music), 1978. Bass guitarist. 
David Felder, Ph.D (Composition), 1983. Composer and SUNY Distinguished Professor at the University at Buffalo. 
Jon Foreman, did not graduate. Guitarist of rock band Switchfoot. 
Tim Foreman, did not graduate. Bassist of rock band Switchfoot. 
Trevor Grahl, MA (Composition), 2009. Composer.
Maria Ho, BA (Communications), 2005. Professional poker player. 
David Evan Jones, Ph.D (Composition). Composer, Professor of Music, and Porter College Provost at UC Santa Cruz.
Kelly Kim, BA (Economics), 1998. Professional poker player.
Paul Phillips, BS (Computer Science), 1996. Professional poker player. 
John Warthen Struble, MA (Composition), 1976. Composer, pianist, and author of The History of American Classical Music.
Public service [ edit ]
Science, technology, medicine, and mathematics [ edit ]
Margaret Allen, MD (Medicine), 1974. First female heart transplant surgeon. 
Bruce Beutler, BS (Biology), 1976. Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. 
Chu Ching-wu, Ph.D (Physics), 1990. US News and World Report 's Researcher of the Year. 
Brian Druker, BS (Chemistry), 1977; MD (Medicine), 1981. Oncologist/chief investigator who developed a new drug for leukemia treatment. 
David Goeddel, BS (Chemistry), 1972. First full-time scientist and director of Genentech’s molecular biology department; co-founder, president and CEO of Tularik, Inc. 
Gerald Joyce, Ph.D (Biology) 1984. Scientist, Salk Institute. Inventor of the in vitro evolution technology. Director of the Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation. 
Antony Garrett Lisi, Ph.D (Physics), 1999. Theoretical physicist awarded FQXi grant. 
M. Brian Maple, Ph.D (Physics), 1969. David Adler Lectureship Award in the Field of Materials Physics.
Eleanor Mariano, BS (Biology), 1977. Former director, White House Medical Unit; First Filipino American to reach the rank of Rear Admiral in the U.S. Navy.
Walter Munk, Ph.D (Oceanography), 1947. Oceanographer.
George Perry, Ph.D (Marine Biology), 1979. Leading researcher in Alzheimer's disease. 
Jed E. Rose, Ph.D (Neurosciences), 1978. Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Duke University, Co-Inventor of the nicotine patch, President and CEO of the Rose Research Center.  
Maurizio Seracini, BS (Bioengineering), 1973. Founded the Editech srl, Diagnostic Center for Cultural Heritage in Florence. 
David Swinney (1946 – 2006), psycholinguist
Edward Tobinick, MD (Medicine), 1974. Patented a use of subcutaneous TNF-α to treat intractable back pain.
Susumu Tonegawa, Ph.D, (Molecular Biology), 1968. Nobel Prize recipient for physiology or medicine for his work on antibody diversity. 
Craig Venter, BA (Biochemistry), 1972; PhD (Pharmacology), 1975. President of Celera Genomics, the first private firm to decode the human genome. 
Distinguished faculty [ edit ]
Hannes Alfven, Electrical Engineering. Father of modern magnetohydrodynamics, eponym of Alfven waves, Nobel Prize in Physics, 1970. 
David Antin, Visual Arts. Known, poet and performance artist. 
Eleanor Antin, Visual Arts. Feminist artist of The Angel of Mercy. 
Percival Bazeley, Medicine. Member of the Salk Polio vaccine team.
Kenneth Bowles, Computer Science. Known for his work in initiating and directing the UCSD Pascal project. 
Benjamin H. Bratton, Visual Arts. Sociologist, architectural and design theorist. 
Sydney Brenner, Salk Institute. Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, 2002.
Sheldon Brown, Visual Arts. Director of Experimental Game Lab, Co-Director of Center for Research in Computing and the Arts. 
Keith Brueckner, Physics. Theoretical physicist, National Academy of Sciences (Physics) member, and a founder of the UCSD Department of Physics. 
Geoffrey R. Burbidge, Physics. Professor known mostly for his alternative cosmology theory, which contradicts the Big Bang theory. 
Margaret Burbidge, Astronomy. First to study and identify quasars; Carnegie Fellowship winner, 1947. 
Craig Callender, Science Studies. Philosopher of science. 
Micha Cárdenas, Visual Arts and Critical Gender Studies. Artist and theorist, collective member of Lui Velazquez. 
Lin Chao, Biology. Known for his early work on the evolution of bacteriocins, his demonstration of Muller’s ratchet in the RNA Virus Phi-6. 
Jiun-Shyan Chen, engineering professor   
Shu Chien, Bioengineering. Bioengineering pioneer and National Medal of Science laureate. 
Patricia Churchland, Philosophy. Neurophilosopher and MacArthur Fellowship recipient, 1991. 
Paul Churchland, Philosophy. Philosopher of mind and philosopher of science, proponent eliminative materialism. 
Harold Cohen, Visual Arts. English-born artist, creator of AARON. 
Francis Crick, Salk Institute. Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, 1962. 
Paul Crutzen, Chemistry. Notable atmospheric chemist, Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1995. 
Charles Curtis, Music. Avant-garde cellist. 
Chaya Czernowin, Music. Israeli composer, former professor of composition. 
Anthony Davis, Music. Opera composer, jazz pianist. 
Diana Deutsch, Psychology. Known for her research on the psychology of music including the octave illusion. 
Bram Dijkstra, English. Known for his books on the femme fatale icon in popular culture. 
Russell Doolittle, Chemistry. Known for research on molecular evolution. 
Mark Dresser, Music. Double bass player and improviser, winner of the Fullbright Fellowship, 1983. 
Renato Dulbecco, Salk Institute. Helped launch the Human Genome Project, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, 1975. 
Jeffrey Elman, Cognitive Science. Psycholinguist and pioneer in the field of neural networks. 
Robert F. Engle, Economics. Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, 2003. 
Robert Erickson, Music. Composer. His composition Sierra is the state anthem of California. 
Ronald M. Evans, Salk Institute. Discovered steroid and nuclear receptors; Lasker Award winner. 
Manny Farber, Visual Arts. Film critic and painter. 
Gilles Fauconnier, Cognitive Science. Inventor of the modern-day theory of conceptual blending.
George Feher, Physics. Wolf Prize in Chemistry (2006/7), National Academy of Sciences member, biophysicist. 
Brian Ferneyhough, Music. Composer, founder of New Complexity movement. 
David Noel Freedman, Religion. General editor of the Anchor Bible Series. 
Y.C. Fung, Bioengineering. Considered the father of bioengineering. 
Fred Gage, Salk Institute. Neuroscientist and stem cell biologist; discovered human adult neural stem cells. 
Clark Gibson, Political Science. Expert on African politics and electoral fraud. 
Maria Goeppert-Mayer, Physics. Nobel Prize in Physics, 1963. 
Joseph Goguen, Computer Science. Helped originate the OBJ family of programming languages. 
Adele Goldberg, Linguistics. 
Marvin Leonard Goldberger, Physics. National Academy of Sciences (Physics) member, former Dean of Natural Sciences, and former president of Caltech. 
Lawrence S.B. Goldstein, Cellular and Molecular Medicine. First to characterize kinesin molecular motors; head of UCSD stem cell research program. 
Jean-Pierre Gorin, Visual Arts. Film director, best known for his work with the French New Wave. 
Fan Chung Graham, Mathematics. Mathematician, Akamai Professor in Internet Mathematics working in the area of spectral graph theory, extremal graph theory and random graphs. 
Ronald Graham, Computer Science and Engineering. Mathematician, one of the principal architects of the rapid development worldwide of discrete mathematics. 
Clive W.J. Granger, Economics. Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, 2003. 
Deborah Hertz, History. Author of Jewish High Society in Old Regime Berlin, Herman Wouk Chair in Modern Jewish Studies. 
Gretchen Hofmann, Ecology. Ecologist whose work on the effects of changing seawater acidity and temperature on marine life has drawn wide attention. 
Edwin Hutchins, Cognitive Science. Developed distributed cognition and cognitive ethnography; MacArthur Grant, 1985. 
Harvey Itano, Pathology. Diochemist known for his work on the molecular basis of sickle cell anemia and other diseases. 
Gabriel Jackson, History. Fulbright scholar, historian, author, and former department chairman. 
Irwin M. Jacobs, Electrical and Computer Engineering. Chairman of Qualcomm. 
Fredric Jameson, Comparative Literature. Literary critic and Marxist political theorist. 
Chalmers Johnson, History. Author as well as president and co-founder of the Japan Policy Research Institute. 
David K Jordan, Anthropology; Provost of Warren College. Alumni Association Distinguished Teaching Award 2008 recipient  
Allan Kaprow, Visual Arts. Painter, assemblagist and a pioneer in establishing the concepts of performance art. 
Harvey Karten, Neuroscience. National Academy of Sciences member, neuroscientist. 
Charles David Keeling, Oceanography. First alerted the world to the anthropogenic contribution to the "greenhouse effect" and global warming; discoverer of the Keeling Curve. 
Walter Kohn, Physics. Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1998. Notable for the Kohn-Sham equations. 
Barbara Kruger, Visual Arts. American conceptual artist and collagist. 
Ronald Langacker, Linguistics. Creator of cognitive grammar. 
William Lerach, Guest Lecturer. Taught securities and corporate law; a leading securities lawyer in the United States. His life was the subject of Circle of Greed: The Spectacular Rise and Fall of the Lawyer Who Brought Corporate America to its Knees. 
George Lewis, Music. Noted jazz trombone player, MacArthur Fellowship winner, 2002. 
Lei Liang, Music. Composer. Winner of the Rome Prize and the Guggenheim Fellowship. 
Arend Lijphart, Political Science. Elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1989; President of the American Political Science Association from 1995 to 1996; recipient of the prestigious Johan Skytte Prize in Political Science, 1997. 
George Mandler, Psychology. Experimental psychologist and founder of UCSD Department of Psychology. 
Jean Matter Mandler, Psychology. Specialist in cognitive development, winner of the Eleanor Maccoby Outstanding Book Award from the APA. 
Babette Mangolte, Visual Arts. French cinematographer. 
Lev Manovich, Visual Arts. New Media theorist, Director of Software Studies Initiative. 
M. Brian Maple, Physics. National Academy of Sciences member, physicist. 
Herbert Marcuse, Philosophy. Mentor to Angela Davis, author of and Eros and Civilization . One-Dimensional Man 
Harry Markowitz, Finance. Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences, 1990. 
Andrew Mattison, Psychiatry. Co-author of The Male Couple, co-founder of the University of California Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research. 
Mathew D. McCubbins, Political Science. Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. 
Elliot McVeigh, Bioengineering, Medicine, and Radiology. Director of Cardiovascular Imaging Lab, Researcher at Cardiovascular Imaging Lab and Faculty. 
Mario Molina, Chemistry. Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1995. 
Eileen Myles, Literature. Poet, Guggenheim Fellowship winner, and author of Afterglow. 
Donald Norman, Cognitive Science and Psychology. Co-founder and first chair of Cognitive Science; author of User Centered System Design; VP of Apple; National Academy of Engineering. 
Pauline Oliveros, Music. Composer, central figure in the development of post-war electronic art music. 
George Emil Palade, Medicine. Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine, 1974 and winner of the National Medal of Science. 
Linus Pauling, Chemistry. Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1954. 
Richard Popkin, Philosophy. Internationally acclaimed scholar on Jewish and Christian millenarianism and messianism. 
Samuel Popkin, Political Science. Noted pollster who played a role in the development of rational choice theory. 
Miller Puckette, Music. Creator of Puredata Programming Language and co-Director of Center for Research in Computing and the Arts. 
Vilayanur S. Ramachandran, Neuroscience and Psychology. Author of several books including Phantoms in the Brain 
Jef Raskin, Computer Science. Founder of the Apple Macintosh project. 
Roger Revelle (1909–1991), Oceanography. Scholar, namesake of Roger Revelle College, and former president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. 
Roger Reynolds, Music. Pulitzer Prize for Music, 1989. 
Sally Ride, Physics. Former astronaut, the first American woman in space. 
Marshall Rosenbluth Physics. Developer of the Metropolis algorithm, member of the National Academy of Sciences, called Pope of Plasma Physics. 
Rosaura Sánchez, Literature. Author and literary critic
Herbert Schiller, Communication. American media critic, sociologist, and scholar. 
Terry Sejnowski, Biological Sciences. Winner of the Wright Prize and fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. 
Kartik Seshadri, Music. Sitar player, director of the Indian Classical Music Ensemble. 
Lu Jeu Sham, Physics. National Academy of Sciences member, Kohn-Sham equations, Guggenheim Fellowship, 1983. 
Ravi Shankar, Music. Sitar player, collaborated with violinist Yehudi Menuhin and George Harrison. 
Susan Shirk, International Relations and Pacific Studies. Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State during the Clinton administration. 
Nicholas Spitzer, Biology. Founding editor of BrainFacts.org, fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and National Academy of Sciences member. 
Larry Squire, Psychiatry, Neurosciences, and Psychology. Leading investigator of the neurological bases of memory. 
John G. Stoessinger, Political Science. Award winning author, recipient of the Bancroft Prize for The Might of Nations. 
Avrum Stroll, Philosophy. Noted scholar in the fields of epistemology and the philosophy of language. Author of over one dozen books. 
Harry Suhl, Physics. National Academy of Sciences (Physics) member. Guggenheim Fellowship, 1968. 
Leó Szilárd, Salk Institute. Physicist who contributed to the Manhattan Project; founded the Council for a Livable World. 
Roger Tsien, Chemistry. Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 2008. Wolf Prize in Medicine, 2004. Known for discovering green fluorescent protein. 
Chinary Ung, Music. Grawemeyer Award winning composer. 
Harold Urey, Chemistry. Nobel Prize in Chemistry, 1934. 
Benjamin Elazari Volcani, Scripps Institute. Microbiologist; discovered life in the Dead Sea; pioneered biological silicon research.
Joseph Wang, Nanoengineering. ISI's World's Most Cited Engineer, ISI's World's Most Cited Chemist. 
Kenneth Watson, Physics. National Academy of Sciences (Physics) member.
Herbert F. York, Physics; University Chancellor. Enrico Fermi Award, 2000. 
Efim Zelmanov, Mathematics. Fields Medal recipient. Known for his work on combinatorial problems in nonassociative algebra and group theory. 
Bruno H. Zimm, Chemistry and Biochemistry. National Academy of Sciences member, biophysicist, and leading polymer chemist. 
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