List of University of Chicago Laboratory Schools people
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This is list of notable people who attended, taught at, or were otherwise affiliated with the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools.
|Ray Anderson||1969||Jazz trombonist, composer, bandleader, artist-in-residence at Stony Brook University|||
|Robert Orville Anderson||1935||American businessman and philanthropist who founded Atlantic Richfield Oil Co.|
|W. Kamau Bell||1990||Stand-up comic|
|Rishi Bhat||2002||Former child actor, starred in The Indian in the Cupboard; internet entrepreneur|||
|Charles Bidwell||1946||Professor Emeritus of Sociology, University of Chicago|
|David Bloom||1962||Jazz musician and instructor|
|Chesa Boudin||1999||Rhodes Scholar and progressive writer/lecturer|
|Bill Bradbury||1967||Oregon Secretary of State|
|Torrey C. Brown||1957||Maryland Secretary of Natural Resources|
|Paul Butterfield||1960||Blues musician and bandleader|
|Emile Cambry, Jr.||1998||Filmmaker, social entrepreneur|
|Jonathan Paul Cambry||2000||Classical pianist, teacher, composer, producer and graphic designer|
|Erwin Chemerinsky||1971||Law professor at Duke University, dean of the law school at University of California, Irvine|
|Joyce Chiang||1988||Murder victim, INS attorney|
|Daniel Clowes||1979||Author, screenwriter, and cartoonist of alternative comic books|
|Selma Jeanne Cohen||1939||Dance historian and dance critic for The New York Times|
|Anthony Cordesman||1956||Foreign policy commentator|
|Barbara Flynn Currie||1958||Member of the Illinois House of Representatives|
|Carol Kreeger Davidson||1945||Sculptor|
|Arne Duncan||1982||Chicago Public Schools CEO, US Secretary of Education|
|Elizabeth Fama||1981||Children's author|
|Castle Freeman, Jr.||1962||Author, contributor to The Old Farmer's Almanac|
|David D. Friedman||1961||Economist, physicist, legal scholar and libertarian theorist|
|Andrea Ghez||1983||Astrophysicist, MacArthur Foundation Fellow (2008)|
|Langdon Gilkey||1936||Professor of Theology and comparative religions, University of Chicago|
|Scott Gurvey||1969||New York bureau chief, Nightly Business Report|
|Leslie Hairston||1979||Chicago alderman|
|Matthew Headrick||1990||1990 winner of the Intel/Westinghouse Science Talent Search|
|Hal Higdon||1947||Writer and runner, longtime contributor to Runner's World|
|Valerie Jarrett||(attended)||Senior advisor to United States President Barack Obama|
|Denise Jefferson||1947||Dance educator, former director of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater|
|Margo Jefferson||1964||Pulitzer Prize-winning author, former theater critic at the New York Times, professor at Columbia University and Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts|
|Nancy Johnson||1951||Connecticut congresswoman (1983–2006)|
|Lucy Kaplansky||1978||Folk singer and songwriter|
|Leon Kass||1954||Professor at the Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago|
|Sam Kass||1998||President Barack Obama's Senior Policy Advisor for Nutrition Policy and Let's Move! Executive Director|
|Leo Katz||1974||Law professor at the University of Pennsylvania Law School|
|Robert Keohane||1958||Political scientist|
|Lily Koppel||1999||Journalist and writer|
|Sherry Lansing||1962||Former chief of Paramount Studios and Academy Award winner (2007)|
|David F. Levi||Judge and dean, Duke University Law School|
|Edward H. Levi||1928||Former United States Attorney General|
|John G. Levi||1965||Chairperson of Legal Services Corporation|
|George Lewis||1969||Trombonist, composer, author, Columbia University professor, MacArthur Foundation Fellow (2002), AACM member|
|Wendell Lim||1983||Professor of Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology at University of California, San Francisco|||
|W. Ian Lipkin||1970||Infectious disease epidemiologist at Columbia University|
|Richard A. Loeb||1920||Murderer of Bobby Franks (along with Nathan Leopold)|
|Emily Mann||1970||Playwright; artistic director of McCarter Theater|
|Lynn Margulis||1952||Biologist, University of Massachusetts Amherst|
|William Hardy McNeill||1934||Professor emeritus, University of Chicago History Department, National Humanities Medal winner|
|Daniel Meltzer||1968||Principal Deputy White House Counsel to the U.S. President; Professor, Harvard Law School|
|Diane E. Meier||1969||Geriatrician, director of the Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC), MacArthur Foundation Fellow (2008)|
|Clark Blanchard Millikan||Aeronautical engineer|
|Elliot Mincberg||1970||Chief Counsel for Oversight and Investigations, U.S. House Judiciary Committee; director and lawyer at People for the American Way|
|Graham Moore||1999||Academy Award-winning screenwriter and author|||
|Bill Morrison||1983||Director and artist|
|Stephanie Neely||1983||Treasurer of the City of Chicago|
|Paul Nitze||1923||Public servant, winner of Presidential Medal of Freedom, namesake of Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University|
|Malia and Sasha Obama||(attended until December 2008)||Daughters of United States President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama|||
|Mark Patinkin||1970||Newspaper columnist and author|
|Kwame Raoul||1982||Illinois State Senator|||
|James M. Redfield||1950||Professor, classics and social thought, University of Chicago|
|Salli Richardson||1985||Film and television actress|
|John Rogers, Jr.||1976||Founding chairman and chief executive officer of Ariel Investments|||
|Ned Rorem||1940||Pulitzer prize-winning composer and author|
|Sarah Rose||1992||Reality TV star, Wall Street Journal contributor, historian, and author|||
|Carlo Rotella||1983||Non-fiction writer, academic, professor at Boston College|
|Ari Roth||1978||Artistic director, playwright, Theater J, Washington, D.C.|
|Janet Rowley||1942||Geneticist, winner of Presidential Medal of Freedom|
|Paul Sagan||1977||Businessman, journalist, three-time Emmy award winner|
|Peter Sahlins||1975||Professor, history department, University of California, Berkeley|
|Robert A. Sengstacke||(attended)||Photojournalist|||
|John Paul Stevens||1937||United States Supreme Court Justice|
|Robert Storr||1967||Curator, critic, painter, dean of Yale School of Art|
|Eleanor Swift||1962||Law professor at the University of California, Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law|
|Garrick Utley||1956||Television journalist|
|Bert Vaux||1987||Professor of phonology and morphology at University of Cambridge|
|Geoffrey Ward||1957||Seven-time Emmy award-winning screenwriter and author|
|David B. Wilkins||1973||Professor, Harvard Law School|
|David O. Meltzer||1982||Professor of Medicine, University of Chicago|
|Eric Posner||1984||Professor of Law, University of Chicago|
|Muffie Meyer||1972||Peabody Award and Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker|
|Amanda Williams||1992||Artist and architect|||
- Blue Balliett, former 3rd grade teacher, author of acclaimed children's books Chasing Vermeer and The Wright 3, among others.
- Barbara T. Bowman, early childhood education expert and advocate.
- Wayne Brasler, former U-High Journalism adviser, awards annual Brasler Prize for outstanding high school journalism.
- Langston Hughes, author.
- Vivian Paley, former teacher and noted child psychologist.
- Craig Robinson, former head basketball coach, former Oregon State University head basketball coach; brother of Michelle Obama.
- "Press Kit Bio" (PDF). Rayanderson.org.
- "Ray Anderson".
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2009-09-26. Retrieved 2009-09-16.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
- "RISING STAR PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD". University of Chicago Laboratory Schools. Archived from the original on November 11, 2014. Retrieved November 11, 2014.
- And the winner is... Sidwell Friends
- "Sarah Rose | LinkedIn". www.linkedin.com. Retrieved 2015-12-27.
- "U Highlights". U Highlights. 1992.
- HistoryMakers - Robert Sengstacke
- "Chicago's most significant cultural export isn't Chance". Crain's Chicago Business. 2018-04-12. Retrieved 2019-04-18.