List of University of Connecticut people

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This is a list of notable alumni and faculty from the University of Connecticut

Alumni[edit]

Academics[edit]

Academic administrators[edit]

Scholars and critics of literature, art and ethics[edit]

Scholars of law and political scientists[edit]

Scholars of the natural sciences[edit]

Scholars of the social sciences[edit]

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Authors, journalists and commentators[edit]

Business and industry[edit]

Diplomacy, government, law, and politics[edit]

Elected officials[edit]

Judiciaries and attorneys[edit]

Diplomats, bureaucrats and party leaders[edit]

Foreign officials[edit]

Military[edit]

Sports[edit]

Baseball[edit]

Men's basketball[edit]

Women's basketball[edit]

Football[edit]

Men's hockey[edit]

Men's soccer[edit]

Andre Blake- Goalkeeper for Philadelphia Union and Jamaican national team

Women's soccer[edit]

Other[edit]

Faculty[edit]

Current[edit]

Former[edit]

Note: Years and official titles are given when possible.

Presidents of the University of Connecticut[edit]

  • Solomon Meade, Principal (1881—1882)[31]
  • Benjamin F. Koons, 1st President (1883—1898)
  • George W. Flint, 2nd President (1898—1901)
  • Rufus W. Stimson, 3rd President (1901—1908)
  • Edwin O. Smith, Interim President (acting 1908)
  • Charles L. Beach, 4th President (1908—1928)
  • Charles B. Gentry, Interim President (acting 1928—1929)
  • George A. Works, 5th President (1929—1930)
  • Charles McCracken, 6th President (1930—1935)
  • Albert N. Jorgensen, 7th President (1935—1962)
  • Homer D. Babbidge, Jr., 8th President (1962—1972)
  • Edward V. Gant, Interim President (acting 1969, 1972—73, 1978—79)
  • Glenn W. Ferguson, 9th President (1973—1978)
  • John A. DiBiaggio, 10th President (1979—1985)
  • John T. Casteen III, 11th President (1985—1990)
  • Harry J. Hartley, 12th President (1990—1996; acting 1987, 1990)
  • Philip E. Austin, 13th President (1996—2007; acting 2010—11)
  • Michael J. Hogan, 14th President (2007—2010)
  • Susan Herbst, 15th President (2011—Present)

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